CC X BOND Gowanus

CC x BOND Gowanus is a partnership with BOND Gowanus, an exquisite co-working space in the heart of the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn. 


As part of BOND Gowanus' New Member Happy Hours, which introduces new members to their co-working community and unique space, THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE will present a glimpse into our unique and multidisciplinary programming. This partnership will help foster relationships between local artists, start-ups, businesses and creatives by providing our artists and audience, and the BOND Gowanus community with the opportunity to mingle and network. 


The Dtore  | live drawing
Dalit Agrinon & Nicole Cameli | dance
James Bambu | music
Jonathan Doherty & Georgia Gavran | dance



We have a very limited number of tickets available for this event. Please purchase tickets in advance. 




Born in the Bronx, Dave started drawing at a very young age. Filling all his school notebooks with various drawings and doodles, all while developing his own distinct style. Being inspired by graffiti, and cartoons Dave realized he wanted to pursue a career in the arts and studied graphic design at the Art Institute of NYC. After graduating Dave has gone on to work with many big names and companies in the streetwear community as well as some well known artists in hip hop. Dave plans on continuing his strong work ethic and focusing more on illustrations and paintings this year. With some big projects on deck, Dave's place in the game will only continue to rise!!!

DALIT AGRONIN, a native Texan, graduated magna cum laude at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA where she received a BA in Dance and Psychology. While at Muhlenberg College she performed in works choreographed by Jeffrey Peterson, Randall Anthony Smith and guest Artist Dorrell Martin as well as student choreographers. Dalit has also worked closely with the Allentown School District by both participating in DanceMax Moving Company, a company under Teresa VanDenend Sorge, as well as led a 6 week program to see the benefits of dance within the community. Dalit had the opportunity to study abroad at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance where she studied Batsheva Reparatory and Gaga technique under the direction of Aya Israeli. Throughout college Dalit has participated in the Dallas Black Professional Intensive, LEON Dance Arts Intensive and American Dance Festival winter intensive and is also a certified Dance It Out Group Exercise Instructor. Dalit attended American Dance Festival this summer in North Carolina and this winter in New York City with a staff assistant scholarship as well as the Carolyn Dorfman Summer Intensive as a scholarship student. Dalit has danced with Regina Nejman & Company as well as Kelley Donovan & Dancers and is currently making her own work and dancing with InstaDance Collective. She is also a company assistant for BodyStories:Teresa Fellion Dance. Dalit is very thankful for the continual love and support of her friends and family while she pursues this dream.

When James serenades, his unmistakably booming voice moves through the audience by the emotion in his lyrical content and the velvet timbre of his voice. Already having opened up for major label artists, like Elle Varner and Tory Lanez, and performed in most of Atlanta’s most popular local venues and celebrations, the young, soulful R&B singer is in the process of parlaying his success as a breakthrough artist on the young urban music scene of New York City. To describe his music would be similar to placing the beauty of a rain forest and the radiance of the ocean into to one simple sentence. James is most known for previously striking the ears of his audience with “Jungle Beat” (produced by Los Angeles Producer Mindfield) in 2016, as well as his debut EP SOULO, which was executive produced by Atlanta's MP808, of 808 Mafia. SOULO was released December 2016 upon James's relocation to New York City.

Georgia Gavran, a Wisconsin native, and Jonathan Doherty, a Western Massachusetts native, both graduated from The University of the Arts receiving their BFA in Dance Performance under the direction of Donna Faye Burchfield. Originally introduced at school, they later found each other in Brooklyn, NY, where the friendship blossomed into collaborators. Georgia, animated and sarcastic, and Jonathan, quirky and mercurial, found themselves generating complex and interwoven movements. Utilizing their abstract pairing, they exist in a whimsical and erratic realm. Georgia and Jonathan have shown work together around the New York area at venues such as Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX), Triskelion Arts, JACK, and The Tank.



Housed within an old tile factory, BOND Gowanus boasts 47,000 square feet of innovation and creativity. Serving as a collaborative space for entrepreneurs and creatives within the production, media and tech industries (among others) the uniquely diverse Gowanus community also focuses on empowering parents and families in the neighborhood with its flexibility and perks. These include discounted babysitting services, a voiceover booth and production studio, two terraces and even amenities for dogs. Learn more