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Alan Alda and Tina Fey come together to show the importance of communication in the sciences as part of the World Science Festival in New York, making science fun in the process.
Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, DUMBO, Gowanus, Park Slope, Red Hook, Beyond South Brooklyn

Alan Alda and Tina Fey come together to show the importance of communication in the sciences as part of the World Science Festival in New York, making science fun in the process.

The Brooklyn Museum will be conducting public preservation on A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt. Rosalie by Albert Bierstadt from June 7 to July 16, 2017.
Park Slope

Visitors to the Brooklyn Museum will have the opportunity to observe Museum conservators conducting preservation efforts on the collection masterpiece A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt. Rosalie (1866), by Albert Bierstadt on Wednesdays through Sundays from June 7 through July 16, 2017.

Dance Theatre Etcetera presents the 24th Annual Red Hook Fest on Friday, June 9th to Saturday, June 10th, 2017
Red Hook

Dance Theatre Etcetera presents the 24th Annual Red Hook Fest on Friday, June 9th to Saturday, June 10th, 2017, with live music and dance on the beautiful Brooklyn waterfront.

From June 7-11, over 100,000 creative and cultural trendsetters converge in Brooklyn with over 350 bands and 200 speakers for Northside Innovation.
Beyond South Brooklyn

Northside Innovation is where the best and brightest names in the global innovation community come to discover the next big thing through a series of panel talks, keynotes, pitch competitions, and networking events.

The World Science Festival announces complete programming for their 10th anniversary from May 30 to June 4, 2017
Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Beyond South Brooklyn

The World Science Festival announces complete programming for their 10th anniversary from May 30 to June 4, 2017, which will bring science across the five boroughs of New York City, including the crossroads of the world, Times Square, and several amazing events centered in Brooklyn.

The Brooklyn Historical Society is jumping on the DUMBO bandwagon opening its second location, Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO, on May 19, 2017
DUMBO

The Brooklyn Historical Society is jumping on the DUMBO bandwagon opening its second location, Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO, on May 19, 2017, in the Empire Stores complex located on Water Street.

BRIC wins two emmys 2017, Photo Credit: Welly Lai, Courtesy of BRIC
Beyond South Brooklyn

BRIC, the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, received two New York Emmy® Awards during the 60th annual ceremony that took place on Saturday, May 6, 2017.

Descension, the Public Art Fund's installation of Anish Kapoor’s art, is a bathtub drain in Brooklyn Bridge Park on display until September 10, 2017.
Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO

When you receive a press release that describes its art subject as the "most viscerally arresting installations" in the first sentence, you definitely feel like you should go see it.

New Yorkers will be able to experience the Spring season on Governors Island, beginning May 1, extending its public access season by nearly one month.
Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Beyond South Brooklyn

For the first time in history, New Yorkers will be able to experience the Spring season on Governors Island, opening to the public on May 1, extending its public access season by nearly one month.

The Brooklyn Museum debuts We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85, from Apr. 21 to Sept. 17, 2017.
Park Slope, Beyond South Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Museum debuts We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85, a groundbreaking exhibition featuring black women artists from an under-recognized generation who committed themselves to activism during a period of profound social change.

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EARTH POTENTIAL is an exhibition of new works by artist Katja Novitskova.

Sometimes an exhibit just captures your imagination and makes you think and ponder the universe. The fact that it is right outside of New York City Hall in one of the few public park spaces in a sea of concrete makes it even a little more special.