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January 2017

Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty

January 30 - April 2

This ongoing exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum features the work of Marilyn Minter, which largely consists of sensual videos, photographs, and paintings. Exploring contradictions and complex observations surrounding the feminine body and figure, the collection of works offers a critical and daunting look into the commercialization of sex, the body, and the power of desire. This exhibition is the first retrospective of the bold artist’s work. To find out more and register to attend, check out the event website here.…

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Iggy Pop Life Class By Jeremy Deller

January 30 - March 26

This ongoing exhibition looks at Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller using a traditional portrait class as a performance event, where Iggy Pop serves as a model and subject. The comprised works include fifty-three drawings created nearly one year ago in an art class, where the punk star showed up as a surprise model. Accompanying these works, are numerous drawings and historical works that depict the male body, examining changes in masculinity throughout history. To find out more and register to…

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February 2017

“Work” E.S.P. TV’s First Solo Exhibition

February 10 - March 26

Helmed by directors Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan, E.S.P.TV is best known for live television tapings featuring experimental collaborations with underground artists via a mobile studio. This new exhibit makes Red Hook’s sprawling art gallery Pioneer Works the subject of a six-week performance and television installation. Turning this exhibition space into a set of its own, this promises to be a mind-expanding project. To find out more and register to attend, check out the event website here. To stay with…

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The 11th Annual FRIGID Film Festival

February 13 - March 5

Independent film fanatics and humans who embrace art on the fringe of the mainstream, brace yourselves. The FRIGID Film Festival, brought to you by Horse Trade Theater Group and EXIT Theatre San Francisco, is returning for its 11th year. Over three weeks in February and early March, more than 150 performances produced by 30 independent theater companies will be screened at two theaters in Manhattan’s East Village. Book here to stay with NU Hotel during the upcoming FRIGID Film Festival.…

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Soldier X

February 17 - February 25

Written by Rehana Lew Mirza and directed by Terry Berliner, Soldier X is a play that tells the story of a generation of Americans who have spent more of their lives at war than at peace. Through enrapturing accounts of family dynamics, romantic love, and the psychological effects of war, the play explores how the United States’ modern entanglements in the Middle East have impacted people near and far. Book here to stay with NU Hotel during Soldier X’s Brooklyn…

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The Necks 30th Anniversary Performance

February 24 - February 25

Australian cult sensations The Necks are headed back to ISSUE Project Room this February, for three nights celebrating the group’s 30th Anniversary. Having made their first performance at this venue in 2010, this upcoming stay will include the group’s classic mesmerizing sounds and oceanic vibes, and hits from across their eighteen albums. To find out more and register to attend, check out the event website here. To stay with Nu Hotel this winter, book here. When February 24-25, 2017 Where…

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Oscar’s Party at Nu Hotel

February 26

Celebrate a wonderful year in cinema at Nu Hotel’s upcoming Oscar’s party. Whether you are rooting for Moonlight or La La Land, we’ll be happy to have you come by and geek out with our fellow movie buffs over the awards. Fashionistas are also welcome, as the red carpet promises to bring us plenty of stunning gowns and suits once again this year. Attendees can also look forward to fun cocktails named after the year’s most popular movies. To stay…

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Mardi Gras Party at Nu Hotel

February 28

There’s no reason that travelers in New Orleans should be the only ones to have fun this month, which is why we are throwing a Brooklyn Mardi Gras Party right here at Nu Hotel. Get ready for some Sloe Gin Fizz cocktails, beads, and jazz at what’s sure to be one of the best parties of the year. Whether you’re coming here to travel at the end of February, or are a borough local, we’d love to see you for…

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March 2017

LGBTQ Rights: The Struggles, Victories, and On-Going Fight for Equality

March 1

For just $5, join an evening of discussion, as a panel of experts explore the ongoing fight for civil rights for the LGBTQ community. Associate Legal Director and Director of Constitutional Litigation for Lambda Legal, Susan Sommer is among the many talented speakers. James Esseks—Director of the ACLU Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & HIV Project—will also be on hand with Audre Lorde Project’s Cara Page, and Mark Harris—a NY Times “Vows” Column star and successful journalist. To find out more and register…

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Leila Bordreuil: Void And Dismissal With Austin Julian, Tamio Shiraishi, And Julia Santoli

March 3

Brooklyn-based cellist and composer Leila Bordreuil will provide her third and final performance as an artist-in-residence with ISSUE Project Room this March. The collaborative set will feature guitar and vocals from Sediment Club’s Austin Julian, as well as alto sax from Tamio Shiraishi. The work is described as an interactive piece that exists at the intersection of sound-art, noise, and rock. Bordreuil and guitarist Bill Nace will open the evening with an improvised show. To find out more and register…

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