Monday, June 4, 2018

A Bushwick Collective Block Party





















Hey again bloggers or whoever could be reading this blagh. And so this happens to be yet another post about events, events and more events in that city of New York that I found myself at in yet another attempt to maintain content for this blog and my other blagh whenever bloggers block possible. And the weather held up on this day at an outdoor event in yet another attempt to vend those DecorForU #blacklivesmatter, #notmypresident, #occupywallstreet, #berniesanders, #nopolicestate, #yoga, #bushwick and #brooklyn necklaces, magnets, key chains and pins for $2 each at the 7th Annual Bushwick Collective Block Party where unfortunately INaty By Nature and kozmic colors were kicked out with violence by The Bushwick Collective and we wound up vending and sharing our art on the corner at Bushwick Wyckoff Art Crawl Spring '18 instead. And those facebook event invites for these street art festivals read something like:

FREE COMMUNITY EVENT - 

http://TheBushwickCollective.EventBrite.com

Thanks to Nooklyn Perrier Modelo Especial USA Wyckoff Heights Medical Center

LIVE STREET ART LIVE MUSIC FREE FACE PAINTING BEER GARDEN DJs B-BOY DANCERS MERCHANT VENDORS FOOD TRUCKS GIVEAWAYS BROOKLYN BRUSH OPEN STUDIOS FREE PRODUCT SAMPLING FREE HAIRCUTS


and

Continuing the Bushwick Open Studios tradition of the first weekend in June, 
artists populate the streets,
on Wyckoff Ave between Starr Street and Flushing Ave!!
Surrounded by art studios, Wyckoff Ave is a central public platform.

Live art, Visual art, street art, performances, body art, music, installations, activism and so much fun!
Artists to sign up send an email to Uta.


And again, every picture tells a story, I think, as in those photos and videos that find themselves posted above. Have a great Bushwick Block Party, Bushwick Art Crawl day and more.

2 comments:

Naty by Nature said...

Great photos and write up to summarize the day! My friend and I were grateful to be able to move beside you, but we just want to clarify that she and I were not vending (charging for any of our services) - we were just accepting any donations for sharing our art. The way we were all treated by the aggressive founder of the collective, Joe, was completely uncalled for and extremely unprofessional. We are not the first creatives to deal with such hostile encounters from him as many other artists in past years have dealt with him yelling and cursing in their faces. I look forward to continuing growing as an artist and connecting with all members of the community. <3

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