The Preview POD

The Preview POD presents SPRING FEVER
A series of work led by The Creators Collective in collaboration with Preview of the Arts and A New Seed NYC featuring emerging artists, dancers, writers, and musicians.

April 6 to June 2, 2013

The Shops at 145 Front Street
DUMBO, Brooklyn


MISSION
Through opportunities ranging from group art shows to choreographic residencies to podcast recording and online streaming, Preview Parlor: Spring Fever at The Shops offers artists of all ages and artistic backgrounds the opportunity to share their work with a vibrant community of artists and art lovers. Led by Preview of the Arts in collaboration with The Creators Collective and A New Seed NYC, these performances and events help build a strong network of artists and audiences interested in the creation and exposure of thought-provoking, contemporary art.

VENUE
The Shops at 145 Front Street are located in the artistically vibrant DUMBO neighborhood in Brooklyn. Nestled under the Manhattan Bridge, the location of these shops, paired with the high-quality art and socially conscious products that fill them, this space offers endless possibilities for artistic creation and presentation. 

  Our photographer, Angelique interacting with Ema Ishii's work at the opening reception.

Our photographer, Angelique interacting with Ema Ishii's work at the opening reception.

AIM & VISION

To provide an outlet and community for people with a hunger to create work that exceeds disciplines and strives to challenge orthodox dimensions of space and authorship.

Transform The Shops at 145 Front Street into a multi-purpose destination for local and visiting patrons that provides Green Desk, shop owners, and The Creators Collective with opportunities for increased revenue and exposure while generating supportive community engagement.

LOCATION:
THE SHOPS AT 145 FRONT STREET

The excellent location paired with vacant space at The Shops presents the potential for crafting a vibrant complex with multiple uses. Moreover, the communicative power of the arts and culture engages audiences and brings life to underutilized spaces. The arts allow for people to approach and imagine the built environment in new ways therefore sparking interest.

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AN EVENING OF POETRY WITH
DYLAN D. DEBELIS & KAMEISHA JERAE

Saturday, May 11th at 6PM

Through two unique perspectives, this shared performance of powerful and inspiring writing addresses many of today's social and cultural issues including domestic violence, reproductive justice and marriage equality.  The intimacy of this venue pairs perfectly with the honesty and integrity of these two young poets.