You Are Invited!

You are invited!
Support North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition (NbPac) and celebrate our upcoming project Living Objects by Jason Krugman in McCarren Park.  Here are the details:
Wednesday, November 11th from 7-10pm
Berry Park – 4 Berry Street (btw Nassau Ave and N. 14th St)
Closest trains: L at Bedford or G at Nassau
$10 cover
$5 Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest beers and $5 well drinks during the event!
Cash bar only with ATM on siteFEATURING:

BERRY PARK– the newly-opened Williamsburg bar with tasty German beers on tap and amazing rooftop views.  Thank you Berry Park for hosting!

Developed by hoboes, perfected through science… The Baby Soda Jazz Band is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz.  Have a listen.

Appetizers provided by LOKAL

Hidemi Takagi’s BLENDER
Experience the multicolored, multicultured, gastronomic diversity of the boroughs of NYC with
Hidemi Takagi’s Blender.” Hidemi has been kind enough to gather some tasty treats from North Brooklyn specifically for this event!

Cafecito Bogata Fabulous Mounted Arepa Dinner + Wine for two
Fine & Raw chocolates
Kill Devil Hill gift certificate
Kiehls Since 1851 Gift Box (for man or woman)
Jewelry designed by Kinkillerie
Tickets to a performance at The Brick

…and more!
Thank you to these generous businesses for your support!

If you can’t join us on Wednesday, you can still help support Living Objects online via Kickstarter

Jason Krugman’s Living Objects is presented by Jason Krugman Studio LLC and North Brooklyn Public Art Coaltion (NbPac), in collaboration with Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA) and with support from NYC Department of Parks & Recreation.
For a full press release, visit www.nbpac.wordpress.comLight Up Brooklyn Logo
Light-Up Brooklyn
Lead Sponsorship for Living Objects has been provided by Light-Up Brooklyn.  Light-Up Brooklyn, located in North Brooklyn, is the new “bricks & mortar” lighting store of the Web’s largest and most popular lighting store, Light-Up Brooklyn features products from some of the most prestigious lighting manufacturers available today.

A huge thank you to the following local businesses for your support with this event!

Berry Park Logo


Cafecita Bogata Logo


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