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Justyna Mielnikiewicz was awarded the 2016 grant in humanistic photography from The W. Eugene Smith Fund for her project, A Diverging Frontier: Russia and its Neighbors, during the foundation’s 37th annual awards ceremony at the SVA Theater in New York City on Thursday, October 13, 2016.

W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund presents 2016 grants

Justyna Mielnikiewicz was awarded the 2016 grant in humanistic photography from The W.

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Honoring the most innovative products from the past year, second annual Lucie Technical Awards,  and providing a sneak peek at future innovations, Test Drive Product Preview + Networking, is how PhotoPlus will kick-off its annual expo at the Jacob Javits Center on Wednesday, October 19, 2016.

Lucie Technical Awards in Photography

Honoring the most innovative products from the past year, second annual Lucie Technical Awards,  and providing a sneak peek at future innovations, Test Drive Product Previ

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Ieva Epnere's Sea of Living Memories and Janet Borden, Inc.’s inaugural exhibition are two of DUMBO's October 2016 shows.

The Galleries of DUMBO present Great Photography in October

With everything from Ieva Epnere's Sea of Living Memories, Janet Borden, Inc.’s inaugural exhibition at their new space, and Smack Mellon presenting Ghost of a Dream’s latest inst

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BRIC, the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, received 19 nominations for the 60th Annual New York Emmy® Awards.
Beyond South Brooklyn

BRIC, the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, received 19 nominations for the 60th Annual New York Emmy Awards including 13 for BRIC TV and six for shows produced through BRIC’s Brooklyn Free Speech public access initiative.

Showtime's HOMELAND television show's plans for a huge gun battle, exploding SUVs, soldiers and presidential motorcade on Sunday, February 19, in the heart of Brooklyn Heights.
Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, DUMBO

The Brooklyn Heights Association put out a notice about Showtime's HOMELAND television show's plans for a huge gun battle, exploding SUVs, soldiers and presidential motorcade on Sunday, February 19, in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. This is just a TV show and IS NOT REAL!

The Tilt Kids Festival multidisciplinary festival presents five world premieres and four U.S. debuts throughout New York City from March 4 through April 16, including Hervé Tullet at the Invisible Dog in Boerum Hill.
Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, Park Slope, Beyond South Brooklyn

The Tilt Kids Festival multidisciplinary festival presents five world premieres and four U.S. debuts from artists spanning the globe at venues throughout New York City from March 4 through April 16, including Hervé Tullet at the Invisible Dog in Boerum Hill.

The Brooklyn Folk Festival brings old-time string-band music, folk, blues, jug bands, bluegrass, traditional Irish and Balkan music, PLUS the World Famous BANJO TOSS to St. Ann’s Church in Brooklyn Heights beginning April 28, 2017.
Brooklyn Heights

The Brooklyn Folk Festival brings old-time string-band music, folk, blues, jug bands, bluegrass, traditional Irish and Balkan music, PLUS the World Famous BANJO TOSS to St. Ann’s Church in Brooklyn Heights beginning April 28, 2017.

Beyond Brooklyn

New York at Its Core is a major, multi-media exhibition on New York City’s sweeping 400-year history of growth and transformation opening November 18, 2016, at the Museum of the City of New York.

New York at Its Core is a major, multi-media exhibition on New York City’s sweeping 400-year history of growth and transformation opening November 18, 2016, at the Museum of the City of New York. Through more than 400 objects, many from the Museum’s rich collection, as well as interactive digital experiences, you will dive deep into the city’s past and create your own visions for its future.

Blue Room, the first institutional solo exhibition by New York-based artist Frank Heath runs February 17 to March 19, 2017, at the Swiss Institute in Tribeca

Blue Room, the first institutional solo exhibition by New York-based artist Frank Heath runs February 17 to March 19, 2017, at the Swiss Institute in Tribeca features a synchronized installation of video works connected by an ominous humor, shadowed by references to surveillance and espionage.