JunXion / Rubulad / Arts Org
1 Tribute to the Artist
April 23, 2016
@ The Prince of Bronze
Mural Mural on the WallWho's the fairest city of them all?
Our opening night celebration brought together two of NYC’s most adventurous crews: Party bus, DJ Performance mavens JUNXION NYC and RUBULAD, hosts of one of the city’s longest running underground event series. The space jumped with incredible art, roving interactive performance, outside silent disco, delicious food, DJs and great bands. Spring had arrived!
Here’s the full bill below–
Rubulad and JunXion in association with artsorg.
on Sat., April 23
Mural, Mural on the wall, who’s the fairest city of all?
New York, of course, when we let our Street Art shine!
Please join us for the opening of Cadence
a temporary arts zone Dedicated to Future Culture
live music and performance by:
Les Sans Culottes
KOOKERVILLE by Lexy Makes Things
Pole dancing by Crystelle Reola
Devotion djays featuring Tucker Hill, Ostro, and Nick Maddix
Silent Disco in the Yard with JunXion buses and your choice of DJs!
Projection Art by The Sperm Whale
Live Painting by Nicolina and Walker Fee
Modern Dance Awareness Society
Light Circus Extraordinaire by Norm Francoeur
Tribute to the Artist (RIP beloved PRINCE) by agent mT & Lady Arden
Street art muralists from arts org’s public mural project (artsorg.nyc)
Mural tours going all night (three blocks away).
Kinetic light installation by Seej (Chris Jordan) and friends
Quadrophonic sound system headed by Dok of Plan 23/Amoeba Technology
and much, much more
Cadence is a 30-day spring feast of NYC creative culture–one-part multimedia arts residency, one part event series with some of the city’s most adventurous crews. Proceeds from this event will help to fund new street art, performance and more.
The setting: The Bronze, an end-of-an-era 7000 sq foot empty warehouse with an open air courtyard surrounded by newly minted skyscrapers. In the massive shifts of NYC’s moment, a temporary art offering to the city’s creative muses.
25-20 43rd Avenue, LIC.
M, E, 7, G to Court Square, N/R to Queenboro plaza
10 minutes from Manhattan & BK
3 blocks from PS1/MoMA/Court Sq. Station (exit by Citibank)
9:00 pm doors; 10:00 pm show.
dress: urban fairy tale or human work of art