The Summer Fancy Food Show is the largest specialty food industry trade event in North America. This show is for trade only.
Join us at Brooklyn’s largest food and beverage trade show! Last Brooklyn Eats saw an attendance of over 1100 participants and 96 makers. Brooklyn Eats is free to the trade and open to the public for $10.
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Tara Key is a photographer, painter and guitarist for the NYC rock band Antietam.
This show, Winter Count, consists of twelve mixed media paintings, each connected to a song on the forthcoming Antietam album Intimations of Immortality, due in September 2017. The release of IOI will launch Antietam’s new, self-owned label, Motorific Sounds.
Inspired visually by the marriage of iconography and calendar-based record keeping that is the hallmark of the Winter Counts of the Plains Indians, each of these paintings uses, as a basis, past and present time and place to trigger fact memory, source memory, and admittedly even false memory. Add emotion to data and mix well.
Hopefully, immersion in the minutiae of this lush life and acceptance of its, often, seemingly random nature will provide a road map back and forward: a tool that 1) spurs an acknowledgement of beauty even under life’s tornado watches and warnings, and 2) ultimately prevents loss from having the final say.
WINTER COUNT (WANIYETU WOWAPI): Winter counts are histories or calendars in which events are recorded by pictures, with one picture for each year. The Lakota call them waniyetu wowapi. Waniyetu is the word for year, which is measured from first snowfall to first snowfall. It is often translated as ‘a winter.’ Wowapi means anything that is marked on a flat surface and can be read or counted, such as a book, a letter, or a drawing. (from Lakota Winter Counts-An Online Exhibit, by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History).
New York-based Japanese artist Akinobu Tsukamoto launches his second solo show with us at our Nolita location. “Bizarre Flower Show” will be on display through July 9, 2017.
“His main pieces were inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflower series from 19th century. Akinobu reinterprets Gogh’s masterpiece and represents modern society with an overflow of information through his artwork.”
We will be serving coffee at The Other Art Fair…come visit!
Join us at A Taste of Down Under to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Tribeca Rooftop, 2 Desbrosses St.
Artwork by Yuko Kyutoku on display in Chelsea 3/15 – 5/15.
Artwork by Minju Sun on display in Nolita 4/6-6/1.
Artwork by Shateek Brown on display in Greenpoint 4/4-5/30.
Come drink coffee and shop at the Greenpointers Spring Market.
Help support Time Out For Hunger by visiting any of our cafe locations on Sunday, May 7th. We will be donating 10% of the day’s proceeds to Food Bank for New York City.
Celebrate brunch at BrunchCon…We will be there with the coffee!
Join us at the Coffee & Tea Festival this weekend.
Join us for the Coffee & Tea Festival this weekend.
Emily Jean Ullrich is primarily a photographer, but for this series of work the local Dumbo artist expanded her medium in order to explore an alternate and sparkly universe. Inspired by the layers of the cosmos, each piece acts as a meditation for the artist, via the process of creating them. When emily is not making art she is supermoming her magical twin baby girls.
Enjoy beverages from Coney Island Brewery, treats from our friends at Marker Coffee and Matchaful as well as raffle prizes and giveaways.
20 Stone Street NYC
This latte art class will help you to master free-pour designs and symmetry so you can impress all of your Crushtomers. We’ll cover proper milk texture for hearts, tulips and rosettas, and how to achieve maximum contrast in the finished composition. After a short discussion on theory and technique, you’ll get the chance to try your hand at pouring the aforementioned designs.
Taught by barista extraordinaire Thea Heilbron.
Limited to 8 students. $25 per person which includes a bag of our Heartbreaker espresso to take home. Sign up online.
New Cubism by Akinobu Tsukamoto will be on display at Grand Central Terminal from 2/4 through 2/28.
Join us for a reception 2/4 at 6pm.