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22/06/18: Letter to the Author of the Letter to the Father

Letter to the Author of the Letter to the Father

Letter to the Author of the Letter to the Father, the debut short fiction collection by 3:AM Magazine co-editor-in-chief Tristan Foster, is forthcoming from Melbourne-based publisher Transmission Press.

From the publisher:

Eels, snakes, artists, photos, writers, sprinters, dead men, thieves, possums, sphinxes, whales, fathers, mothers, children, neighbours, lovers, churches, rivers, oceans, devils, heroes, stones, fur, fish, skin, blood.

Astrologers and mandarins. Delhi and Parramatta, Byzantium and Cappadocia.

The texts in this collection hunt down the lost and the dead, tracing their paths from small apartments in the suburbs of Sydney to Malpensa Airport in Milan, bearing witness to what they get up to when our backs are turned.

By turns strange, beautiful and beguiling, Letter To The Author of the Letter to the Father is an outstanding collection of short fictions from one of Australia’s most exciting new voices.

See Daniel Davis Wood’s review in The Collagist.



LIVEWIRE is a monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.


BLACK BREATH curated by Nana Chinara
Friday June 8th Performances 8:30-10PM
Saturday June 9th Gallery hours 12PM – 6PM
Local Project Art Space 11-27th 44th Rd, Long Island City, NY 11101

Performance and visual art exhibition exploring the experiences of breathing and living in a Black Body. How do we live in our Black Bodies? How do we live free?

Artist : Aya Lane, Cat Archer, Kalyn Jacobs, Lee Jiménez, Liz Law, Monique Muse Dodd, SHANÉE SMITH, Walesca Ambroise.

Website link: http://localproject.org/2018/06/black-breath-art-salon-6-8-18/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/localproject


June 8th 6 PM – 12:30 AM
Judson Memorial Church – New York City

55 Washington Sq S, New York, New York 10012

XII Anarchist Arts Festival hosted by AnarkoLab

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/223757298388362/


Fri June 8th 10:30PM
Sat June 9th 10:30PM
The Tank: 312 West 36th Street First Floor, New York

Reveal All Fear Nothing: A Journey in Sex, Love, Porn and Feminism is a multi-media performance and experimental theater piece written and performed by  Madison Young and developed with the legendary Annie Sprinkle.

Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3387719?cookie_header=1
Discount to former &current sex workers with the code HUMPDAY

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/157825735044376/

Dynamics: Partners in Life and Art co-curated by Lauren Rudolph & Kristin Bowler
Opening reception June 9th 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Volition Gallery 103 S. Greenbush Rd., Orangeburg, New York

Dynamics are what we experience when we come face to face with an outer catalyst in the form of another being who is ultimately our teacher through relationship. Through the vehicle of creative expression we will explore the nature of partner dynamics and that which makes us choose to share this life and grow together.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/426387227808213/


Tour Without End by Laura Parnes
June 11th, 8pm
The Kitchen: 512 W 19th St, New York, New York 10011

Tour Without End is a multi-platform project/film by Laura Parnes that casts real-life musicians, artists and actors as bands on tour, and expands into a cross-generational, Trump–era commentary on contemporary culture and politics.

Website link: http://thekitchen.org/event/laura-parnes-tour-without-end

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/467260800400450/


Glasshouse, Verónica Peña & Lital Dotan
Wed June 13th 8 PM – 8:30 PM

Lital Dotan will be hosting Verónica Peña as part of Wednesdays performance broadcast series.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glasshouse247/


June 21st 9:30PM, June 27th 7PM

SITCHAASSDOWN FOCUS GROUP TOUR (#SFGT) is part of #AntFEST #OffBroadway 2018! Interaction is good and silence is bad as SFGT whirls the original sins of American injustice into a dynamic carousel of comedic delights — and YOU are invited to sound off loud, clapback, whisper WTF, agree, disagree and spill tea. Come on in! It’s a dystopia out there! @arsnovanyc P.S. Dress in costume! 

Written & Produced by Kanene Ayo Holder
Direction & Costume Design by Aixa Kendrick
Featuring Michael Paul Britto, Kanene Ayo Holder, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Kim Nicole (AKA Juicy Fruit) & Special Surprise Guests

Website link: arsnovanyc.com/antfest/6.27


Alfons Mucha: Shaping the Czech Identity
Exhibition on view: May 31 – June 22, 2018
Czech Center New York at the Bohemian National Hall
321 E 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021

A large-screen projection of his life´s work, The Slav Epic, forms a spectacular and moving backdrop and context for the display of the first postage stamps and banknotes Mucha created for the newly independent Czechoslovak state. Curated by the Mucha Foundation’s Tomoko Sato, the exhibition also includes a range of works in which Mucha addresses Czech identity through lithographs, drawings, photographs, and writings on display in Czech Center New York.

Website link: http://new-york.czechcentres.cz/program/event-details/alfons-mucha-shaping-the-czech-identity/


Young American by Marie Tomanova
June 28 – August 10, 2018

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 28th, 7-10PM
Czech Center New York at the Bohemian National Hall
321 E 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021

As the cumulative show of the Czech Center New York’s New Bohemia Exhibition series that celebrates the vital and dynamic connections between the Czech Republic and the United States, particularly in honor of the 100 Year Anniversary of the Czech Republic, Marie Tomanova’s Young American does not directly problematize what it means to be an American today, but celebrates the freedom and identity of the idea of an “America” still rife with dreams and possibilities, hope and freedom.

Website link: http://new-york.czechcentres.cz/program/event-details/marie-tomanova-young-american/


[photo: High Prieztezz Or Nah]

NOUMENA: INITIATION curated by Jana Astanov
Sat June 30th 5-9PM
LIC-A The Plaxall Gallery 5-25 46th Ave, Long Island City 11101

Performance art event themed Magic and Shamanism encompasses works focused on ritual, shamanic traditions (including healing and shapeshifting), paganism, witchcraft, occult, esoteric teachings, folk magic, as well as astrology, magical intents, narratives derived from mythology and religions, magical and symbolic languages such as grimoires and sigils. In this event NOUMENA: INITIATION we invite you to explore the IDEAL (Plato’s Forms) somehow unknowable WORLD with a group of performance artists whose work carries on shamanic traditions.

Website: http://www.localproject.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2046682488934529/


04/06/18: Pure Hollywood / Egress: Sheffield, 10 June

Sentinel, 178 Shoreham St, Sheffield, 10 June.

3:AM co-editor in chief David Winters, together with his fellow Egress editor Andrew Latimer, will join And Other Stories and La Biblioteka to celebrate the publication of Christine Schutt’s new short story collection, Pure Hollywood, and of Egress issue one. Read David’s 2013 interview with Christine in The Quarterly Conversation here and his essay on her last novel here. Read 3:AM’s review of Pure Hollywood here. A story from Pure Hollywood, ‘A Happy Rural Seat of Various View: Lucinda’s Garden’, features in Egress issue one.

Event details here.

20/05/18: LIVEWIRE – ITINERANT Performance Art Festival 17-25th May


ITINERANT the annual Performance Art Festival NYC opens its 2018 edition with live performances by artists selected from a world-wide call. The festival, organized and curated independently by interdisciplinary artist, Hector Canonge, welcomes this year’s participating artists, and invites the general public to a week of Live Action Art taking place at different venues throughout the five boroughs in New York City from May 17 to 25.

This year’s program focuses on works that explore, treat, and propose new alternatives to binary constructions regarding gender, nationality, identity, religion and/or ideological structures. Departing from the current socio-politico-economic transformations around the globe, and the questioning of habitual norms about race, gender, sexuality, and origin. ITINERANT 2018 will feature performance art works by local, national and international artists coming from Europe, Latin America, Asia, and North America.​

ITINERANT takes place as follows:

Thursday, May 17th, 8-10 PM
Opening Night: EXHIBITION: “Entanglements” *EOArts
1080 Wyckoff Avenue, Ridgewood, NY
“Entanglements” by Mara Catalánis a series of photographic mural compositions to commemorate the collective collaboration that exist among artists, performers, and the viewer as a visual dialogue.

Friday, May 18th, 8-11 pm
520 Kingsland Avenue, Greenpoint, NY
Participating Artists: Lisa Beerle (United States), Benedikte Esperi (Sweden), Katya Grokhovsky (Ukraine / Australia), Claire Zakiewicz and Siw Laurent (United Kingdom and Norway), Thomas Albrecht (United States), Christina Silvius (United States), Sungjae Lee (South Korea), and Arantxa Araujo and Gordon Berry (Mexico and United States).

Saturday, May 19th, 2-5 pm
NYC Building , Flushing Meadows, Corona, NY
Participating Artists: anarkoartlab (World), Christoph Walter Pirker (Austria), MAKS (United States), Amy Finkbeiner (United States), Heather Sincavage (United States), Nathaniel Wethington Hendrickson (United States), and Renee Regan (United States).

Saturday, May 19th, 5-7 pm
Queens, New York City
Participating Artists: Heather Sincavage (United States), Renee Regan (United States), Kk de La Vida (Philippines) , and MAKS (United States).

Sunday, May 20th, 7-10 pm
23 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NY
Participating Artists: Katie Macyshyn (United States), Nathaniel Sullivan (Canada), Nicole Goodwin (United States), Rebecca Fitton (United Kingdom), Jorge Ismael Rodríguez (Mexico), and Lauren E Schrader (United States).

Monday, May 21st, 7-9:30 pm
Symposium “Bodies that Matter”
31-10 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY
Participating artists and attending audience engage in open dialogue on the nature of Live Art.

Tuesday, May 22nd, 7-10 pm
2474 Westchester Ave, Bronx, NY
Participating Artists: Sophie Amieva (France), Courtney Brown (United States), Heeran Lee (South Korea), Joseph Liatela (United States), Patrick Bella Gone (United States), and Bronwyn Sims (United States).

Wednesday, May 23rd, 7-10 pm
92 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY
Participating Artists: Jana Astanov (Poland) with Niko van Egten (United States), Neil Daigle Orians (United States), Christian Cruz (Mexico), Verónica Peña (Spain), and Giulia Mattera (Italy).
Video Performances: Marsten L. Tarigan (Indonesia), Jeffrey Byrd (United States), Michele Manzini (Italy), Liss LaFleur (United States), Endika Basaguren (Spain), Saut Prayuda (Indonesia) and B Ajay Sharma (India).

Thursday, May 24th, 7-10 pm
Black Box, Room S144
77 Harrison Street, Tribeca, NYC
Participating Artists: Irene Chan (United States), Pei-Ling Ho (Taiwan), Sierra Ortega (United States), Qinza Najm (Pakistan), and Kevin Quiles Bonilla (Puerto Rico).

Friday, May 25th, 7-10 pm
Closing Night
52-19 Flushing Ave, Maspeth, NY
Participating Artists: Concha Vidal (Spain), Carl Lawrence (United States), Angeli (United States), and Steven Pestana with Sophia Sobers (Colombia / United States).



ITINERANT was created in 2010 by interdisciplinary artist Hector Canonge. The initiative was a small platform for Contemporary Performance Art, and had its origins in the monthly series A-Lab Forum that Canonge organized at Crossing Art Gallery in Flushing, Queens. Following the growing interest in Live Art, and the need to present performance programs in the borough, ITINERANT was launched in 2011 under the auspices of QMAD, Queens Media Arts Development. In 2012, ITINERANT was recognized by the City of New York as the first Performance Art festival taking place throughout the five boroughs that make the metropolitan area: Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island. In 2013, following the large scale venture in NYC, Canonge journeyed through Latin America creating the Spanish edition of the festival, Encuentro ITINERANTe which was presented in various cities in the Southern Hemisphere. In 2015, Canonge brought back ITINERANT to New York City. Since then the festival has introduced, and featured the work of local, national and international emerging and established artists introducing and featuring their work at local museums, art galleries, performance art spaces, and public parks.


Website: www.itinerant.website

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itinerantpafnyc

Email: itinerant.paf@gmail.com


Don’t forget to submit your work for 2019 edition!



LIVEWIRE is a monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.


Thursday, May 3rd, 8 PM – 11 PM
75 E broadway room 202

Immersive installation from the underground royalty. Artists from Lithuania, the US, and Zimbabwe.


[Photo collaboration: Laura Kimmel &Olek]

Please Touch: Body Boundaries
April 29–August 1, 2018
Floors 1 & 5
Mana Contemporary 888 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306

Please Touch: Body Boundaries is an exhibition of more than fifty artists who reference the body to illuminate conceptions of identity, femininity, and the gaze.



Grace Exhibition Space‎ Performances by Marcel Sparmann [Germany] and Madison Young [USA]
May 4th at 9 PM – 11:30 PM
Grace Exhibition Space, April 20 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM

Madison Young is a feminist porn icon and body based performance artist dedicated to creating space for radical love. Marcel Sparmann  is a German visual artist, working in performance art, theatre, dance, public art and installation.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1523939441061683/


Vectorian New Year Mass
Friday, May 4 at 11:00 PM
Vector Gallery 951 Grand Street, Brooklyn, New York 11211

It’s 2032 AD, babies. Ring in the second to last year of life on earth with art by Crown Prince of Hell JJ Brine and performances by members of The Vectorian Government.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2149142308638394/?ti=icl


[Featured photo: Terry Lovett @womanorworld ]

TRANS-Ville Act V
Saturday May 5th 8-10PM
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, 250 Broome Street NYC

TRANS-Ville is a contemporary performance art series exploring current states of political and social transition. Curated by Coco Dolle of Milk and Night Curatorial for Catinca Tabacaru Gallery New York. ACT V presents a medley of artists exploring states of transitions and addressing issues of immigration, African diaspora and the politics of the body. Artists:  Arantxa Araujo, Ivoire Foreman, Oroma Elewa, Taja Lindley, Terry Lovette.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/milkandnight/?ref=br_rs
Website link http://www.milkandnight.com/2018-transville-act-v-catinca-tabacaru-gallery/


Polite Society : The Oracle Show
Monday, May 7 at 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM
Fatherfxck 249 Eldridge Street, New York, New York 10002

Polite Society : The Oracle Show is all about Vectorian Minister of Truth, The Oracle Julia Maria Sinelnikova! The Oracle will present new art and will perform an oracular incantation, complemented by a live performance by Vectorian Vice President Cecily Feitel.

Facebook Event:https://www.facebook.com/events/2138017303096508/?ti=icl


Triangle Dialogues | Suejin Jo and Jamie Martinez
May 2 – 26, 2018
ChaShaMa, 485 Madison Ave (Southernmost Storefront)
New York, NY

Two immigrant artists, Korean-born Suejin Jo and Jamie Martinez, who immigrated from Colombia at 12, have teamed up for a show highlighting their common use of the triangle within their abstract paintings.

Website link: http://www.chashama.org/event/triangle_dialogues


Pop Goes The Weasel curated by William Norton
Show Dates: April 14th – May 11, 2018
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
135 Broadway (corner of Bedford Avenue), Brooklyn, NY 11211

An exhibition that asks the question “why not”?

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/948449181985752/


Citizen Participation: Diagrams and Directives
OPENING: Sunday May 6 at 5:00pm, with a picnic potluck and a performance by the Feminist Art Group at 6:00.
Bullet Space: 292 E 3rd St, New York, New York 10009

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2306637066229658/


Ecological City – A Procession for Climate Solutions
Saturday, May 12 at 11 AM – 6 PM
Losaida Inc. Center- 710 East 9th St. (btwn. Aves C & D)

Ecological City, a climate action, ecological urban pilgrimage and performance art event features a 6 hour procession with 20 site performances, celebrating sustainability solutions throughout the community gardens, neighborhood and East River Park waterfront on the Lower East Side of New York City.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/856985337794345/


Glasshouse, Laurie Berg & Lital Dotan
Wed May 9 8 PM – 8:30 PM

Lital Dotan will be hosting Laurie Berg in her bathtub as part of Wednesdays performance broadcast series.



KLUTZ by Alex Romania World Premiere
Wednesday May 9th – Saturday May 12th 2018
Performances at 8pm
Abrons Arts Center, Playhouse Theater 466 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002

Led by choreographer and interdisciplinary artist Alex Romania, KLUTZ is an exploration of destabilizing nonsense on the sick state of the American psyche. This multidisciplinary performance work utilizes text, video, music, and dance to form absurd and poetic thought memes; wanderlust-nowhere, apocalypse-nostalgia, sublime horrors of the spectacularly mundane, and emerge as dregs of this ‘Orwellian slop sink’. 

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/185013432081699/
Abrons website : http://www.abronsartscenter.org/on-stage/shows/alex-romania-klutz-world-premiere/
Tickets : https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/984079


Aegean|Αιγαίο|Ege curated by Georgia Lale
Saturday, May 12 at 4 PM – 7 PM
Gallery:  AAA3A Gallery, 309 Alexander Avenue Apartment 3A – Bronx

“Aegean” is a group show that aims to bring together emerging Turkish and Greek artists that live and work in New York. The works of the artists creates a visual conversation around their cultural similarities and uniqueness. The art works deal with displacement, relocation, and cultural confusion due to migration and immigration. They also address the cultural connection and love that these two ethnic groups feel for each other despite geopolitical intrigues that take place in the region.

Participating artists: Burcu Oz, Elaine Angelopoulos, Zeren Badar, Eleana Antonaki, Rehan MIskci and Petros Lales.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1351941278271383/


Intricate Neighbors curated by Jamie Martinez
Opening: Friday, May 4th, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM until May 27th
THE BORDER, 56 Bogart Street 1st FL BK, NY 11206

A group exhibition featuring art work across mediums by Bianca Boragi, Ara Cho, Rebecca Goyette, Hyon Gyon and Sahana Ramakrishnan.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/163637564313131/


Grace Exhibition Space‎ Performances by Cola Shole, Ivana Ranisavljevic, Giulia Mattera
Friday, May 18 at 8 PM
Grace Exhibition Space, April 20 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM


Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/171703540314614/


ITINERANT, Performance Art Festival NYC
May 17-25, 2018
* USArts (Exhibition), * The Last Frontier, * Queens Museum, * Staten Island Arts,
* La Guardia Community College (Symposium), * Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance,
* Smack Mellon, * Knockdown Center, and * Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

ITINERANT Web: www.hectorcanonge.net/itinerant
Facebook Event:: https://www.facebook.com/itinerantpaf


Museum of Art and Design Studio Program Residency
Artist Talks and Closing Reception
Saturday, May 19 at 3 PM – 5 PM
MAD | Museum of Arts and Design 2 Columbus Circle, New York, New York 10019

Presentations by the artists and the residents of Cycle 29 of MAD’s Artist Studios Program:

Emily Oliveira, Emiko Shinozaki, Katya Grokhovsky, Andrew Bearnot, Dana Melamed, Esperanza Cortés, and Van Lier Fellow Xin Liu-before they conclude their residency at the Museum.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/222990814918063/


The Blue Rose show + Plaster Cocktail zine launch
Saturday, May 19 at 8 PM – 12 AM
The Ear: 255 Boerum St #1, Brooklyn, New York 11206

First Blue Rose show of the season + the launch of PLASTER COCKTAIL Vol 1: I CAN’T RELAX REMEMBER WHEN I CRIED, a submissions-based zine by Stephanie Maida and Polina Riabova.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/101478270716368/


Dias Y Flores, Garden Soiree Salon curated by Gabriel Don 
Sunday May 20th 12pm 
Dias Y Flores Community Garden (13th st between Avenue A and B)

Garden Soiree Salon Shindig Symposium Gathering Happening BBQ Whatnot. Bring your lovely selves and be prepared to read a piece you’ve written, perform a monologue, dance, sing, play bagpipes, strum guitar, put on a finger puppet show, show a film, chant a script, holler a story, view a photograph, explain an invention, invent a philosophy



LIVEWIRE is a monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.


April’s special: UK – CARDIFF Performance Art Festival 

Experimentica Performance Art Festival WED 11 – SUN 15 APRIL, 2018
Day 1, April 11th, 6 PM – 8:15 PM UTC+01
Experimentica, Chapter, CF5 1QE Cardiff

The mirror exists exactly where it always has. There is something in the walls other than pipe and wire. It’s a séance. The sentiment is on fire, Spring is here. Demons are exorcised and the ghost is put to rest. A durational Performance – two hours

Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/629273984079094/




DREAM BEAT: Aries Flame Thrower: A New Moon Wellness Ritual by ULTRACULTURAL OTHERS
Friday April 13th, 6-10pm
753 Onderdonk Ave, Ridgewood, NY 11385

ULTRACULTURAL OTHERS New Moon Wellness Rituals involve a heart-warming cacao invocation, led ritual/ecstatic dance, circle work, conscious affirmations, crystalline sound bath savanna and a rotating team of healers offering energy work, cleansing, astrological insights, divination & more.

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dream-beat-aries-flame-thrower-tickets-44284976557


Sculpture 56
April 13 – May 27, 2018, Opening reception on April 13 from 6-9 PM
Sculpture 56, 56 Bogart Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Sculpture 56 is a six-week long contemporary sculpture project held at eleven participating galleries at 56 Bogart Street in Bushwick.

Website Link: http://sculpture56.com/

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/909072799269998/


THE BORDER curated by Jamie Martinez
Closing reception Friday April 13th from 6-9pm
THE BORDER, 56 Bogart Street 1st FL BK, NY 11206

THE BORDER is a new project space in Bushwick focused on supporting and showing immigrant artists living in the United States with hope of creating a nurturing environment for them to create/show work and also for non immigrants because THE BORDER will be open to everyone.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/122939228535374/


April 15th  2–5 PM
Queens Museum, New York City Building, Queens, NY 11368

April’s program explores notions of gathering and discarding through performance art. Works will address issues of gleaning, excess, hoarding, compulsiveness, as well as disposing, eliminating, repeal or removal.
Featured artists: Katya Grokhovsky (Ukraine/United States), Lorene Bouboushian (United States), Kaia Gilje (United States)

Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/2013484075584552/

The event is Free and Open to the Public.


Katya Grokhovsky: Theater of the Mundane
April 26th 7pm
MAD – Museum of Art and Design
2 Columbus Circle, New York, New York 10019

A live performance of choreographed gestures gleaned from everyday routines, Theater of the Mundane explores the human condition and effects of greed and overconsumption while interacting with objects, video, sound, each other, and the audience, highlighting themes of urban alienation, isolation, and longing. Performers: Katya Grokhovsky, Sierra Ortega, and Angeli Sion.

Website Link: https://madmuseum.org/events/theater-mundane

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/171104517031536/


Grace Exhibition Space‎ 4 Performance Artists: Inspiration Memories
April 20 at 9 PM – 11:30 PM
Grace Exhibition Space, April 20 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM

A special night of performance with NYC artists and their collaborators.

Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/106617306859305/


Eva Mueller, Flowers & Chocolate – Book Launch & Solo Exhibition
April 20th at 7 PM – 9:30 PM
Exhibition Dates: April 06th—April 29th, 2018
Art During The Occupation Gallery, Bushwick
119 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn, New York 11237

Eva Mueller’s photographs place the female gaze upon an object of desire: The Big Black Penis thoughtfully straddling the line between societal commentary and fetish.

Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/345786082605806/


Panoply Performance Laboratory, Civic Reflex/Reflejo Civico 2018
Saturday, April 21 at 8 PM – 11 PM
Panoply Performance Laboratory, 104 Meserole St, Brooklyn, New York 11206

CIVIC REFLEX is a collective performance/social art project involving: 1) the formation of a self-reflexive collective of 20 artists/groups 2) a series of 5 public forum events and 3) an online blog substantiating and framing “civic” “civil” and “reflexive” performance practices and performative theoretics.

Website link: http://www.panoplylab.org/

Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/247659239110541/?event_time_id=247659245777207


Rebecca Goyette, Yin Q & DaemonumX
Araki from Conceptual to Practical: Rope Bondage 101
Saturday, April 28 4-8 PM
Museum of Sex, 233 Fifth Avenue, New York

Yin Q, a leading rope bondage specialist and Rebecca Goyette, Educational Programming Curator/Visual Artist will lead an interactive workshop for participants to discover the pleasures of rope bondage as found in The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Work of Nobuyoshi Araki.

Website link: https://tix.museumofsex.com/araki-rope-bondage-101

Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/2019480684960744/permalink/2020999561475523/?notif_t=feedback_reaction_generic&notif_id=1524403919004277


21/03/18: Misschief

Congratulations to 3:AM Magazine‘s Eley Williams and Influx Press for winning the inaugural Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses!

02/03/18: LIVEWIRE NYC March

Welcome to LIVEWIRE, monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.


[photo: ULTRACULTURAL OTHERS hip hop yoga crew]

MATCHAMAMA : The Hip Hop Yoga Experience for Earth Warriors by ULTRACULTURAL OTHERS
March 2nd, 8-11PM
Zenchai Matcha Cafe: 94 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002

MATCHAMAMA creates space for summoning and praising the Goddess Patchamama (our Mother Earth), honoring her as nourisher, Creator/Destroyer & Life-giver. Come vibe with us, get your MC-on… no hip hop experience necessary…Optimal root chakra medicine for those returning home to indigenous ways. You don’t have to be a “rapper” to participate and all levels welcome. Circle work is “heart math” With a sweet Tea Ceremony courtesy Zenchai

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/matchamama-march-full-moon-get-down-tickets-43467271780

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/972647262901377/


March 1 at 10:30 AM to March 3 at 9 PM
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, 5th Ave, New York, New York 10016

The Fourth Annual Film Festival On Theatre And Performance (FTP) featuring works by or about: Christoph Schlingensief, Jan Fabre, Ariane Mnouchkine, Heiner Müller, Romeo Castellucci–pina Bausch and many more. FTP presents experimental, emerging, and established theatre artists and filmmakers that are currently exploring the boundaries of dance, theatre, film, and performance.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/2027006927517590/


THE BORDER curated by Jamie Martinez
March 2nd – March 26th, opening night Friday March 2nd 6-9pm
THE BORDER, 56 Bogart Street 1st FL BK, NY 11206

THE BORDER is a new project space in Bushwick focused on supporting and showing immigrant artists living in the United States with hope of creating a nurturing environment for them to create/show work and also for non immigrants because THE BORDER will be open to everyone.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/122939228535374/


March 3rd 3-6 PM
New Women Space, 188 Woodpoint Rd., Brooklyn, New York 11211

Zin workshop run by @thebettyz at @newwomenspace and covering all the basics to keep our zine machine running.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1826571134040967/


[photo: Katya Grokhovsky, Bad Woman, 2017]

March 6–12, 2018, booth 2231
4 Times Square, entrance at 144 West 43rd Street, NYC

The ArtSlant Prize IX Exhibition will take place during Armory Week in New York at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, featuring works by: David Rios Ferreira, Sabato Visconti, Katya Grokhovsky, Daàpò Reo.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/171887806921713/

Website Link: https://www.artslant.com/ew/articles/show/49123-announcing-the-artslant-prize-ix-winners


March 6–12, 2018, booth 2310
4 Times Square, entrance at 144 West 43rd Street, NYC

Ronnit Levin Delgado will be presenting her latest work Written in Water. Engaging with artist Keren Anavy, she will be showing new work from Project Forgiveness, in collaboration with photographer Mara Catalán who beautifully captured moments of a poetic forgiveness ritual for her father.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/171887806921713/


March 9, 2018 7:00 PM – April 6, 2018
Czech Center, 321 East 73rd Street, NY 10021 NYC

Presented at the time of New York’s Armory Show, with an international group of curators, this show emphasizes the relationship between curator and artist — muse muse, a muse muse, muse amuse, muse muse muse — the alliteration itself is almost inspiring.

Website: http://new-york.czechcentres.cz/program/event-details/muse-muse/


NON GRATA (3AM interview with Al Paldrok aka Anonymous Boh)
March 9, 2018 7:00 PM
Grace Exhibition Space, 840 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York 11206

Wild Night of Group performances – World Famous Non Grata, Kinobox Obscura from Finland and Wild Torus from New York! Wild Visuals, Weird Sounds, Strange Environments, Unexpected Results and Even More. Curator: Anonymous Boh).

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/201930860370310/


March 10th at 9 PM
Last Frontier NYC, 520 Kingsland Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Worldwide caravan of performance madness of Diverse Universe Festival in Last Frontier NYC: Wild Saturday in Brooklyn – step into a lucid dream with Non Grata crew!
Non Grata (Estonia), Kinobox Obscura (Finland), Joey Sledgenovski (USA), Danny Gonzalez (Puerto Rico), Gordon Berry (USA)

Website link: https://www.facebook.com/events/967117543441913/


March 17th  2–5 PM
Queens Museum, New York City Building, Queens, NY 11368

LiVEART.US, Performance Art initiative created and organized by artist, and independent curator, Hector Canonge, begins its Spring 2018 season program with the special presentation of the program “Performing Time,” featuring the work of Butoh artists: VANGELINE (France), AZUMI OE (Japan) with music by Sean Ali, ANDY KRIGER (United States), ALANA ROSA (Brazil) with music by Junia Flavia d’Affonseca, DENISE VAZQUEZ (Mexico), and MARK BANKIN (United States).

The event is Free and Open to the Public.


[photo by Eva Muller]

JJ BRINE (his recent 3AM interview), Fatherfxck Episode 1 — “Opening Night”
March 19 at 10 PM – 4 AM
Rumpus Room, 249 Eldridge St, New York, New York 10002

Fatherfxck is an interdimensional modeling agency for spirits seeking bodies. The agency hosts a weekly Monday night party at Rumpus Room, where it identifies candidates for possession. Hosted by Crown Prince Of Hell JJ Brine and The Vectorian Government, the space features an immersive installation environment by Brine as well as rotating exhibitions by other featured artists and beats by DJ Keoki.

FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/2036920293232249/


15/02/18: Join Lee Rourke on Saturday

Sat 17 March 

10am – 5pm (lunch included in ticket price)

Situated Practice: a one day creative writing course relating to place

Writing to evoke an unmistakable sense of place, paying attention to people, atmosphere, soundscape and landscape. With the celebrated author Lee Rourke (short-story collection Everyday, the novel The Canal (winner of the Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize 2010) and the poetry collection Varroa Destructor. His latest novel Vulgar Things is published in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and the US by 4th Estate, Harper Collins. His debut novel The Canal is being adapted to film by Storyhouse Productions, summer 2018). Lee recently joined the 3:AM Magazine team.

Tickets: £25 (limited places)

Book here.

09/02/18: Shakespeare’s Sister and Co

Claire-Louise Bennett at Shakespeare and Company yesterday.