By Brooklyn Reader

January 10, 2014, 5:53 pm

 

WHAT: BAM Café Life: Migguel Anggelo— Venezuelan-born singer Migguel Anggelo cut his teeth in the worlds of musical theater and opera. Bringing the outsized emotions of the theater to his more intimate performances and backed by a string band, Anggelo performs works by Latin American greats like Agustín Lara and Astor Piazzolla and original compositions that explore topics like Frida Kahlo and dictatorship. His most recent project, La Casa Azul, will be launched in early 2014.

WHEN: Friday, January 10, 9:00pm

WHERE: BAM’s Peter Jay Sharp Building 30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn

HOW MUCH: Free

Migguel Anggello playing BAM Cafe Live January 10, 9:00pm

Migguel Anggelo playing BAM Cafe Live January 10, 9:00pm

 

WHAT: The Wonderground Dance Party— Hold tight and FREE YOUR FRIDAYS as a New Year begins! It’s our first time back at Bed-Vyne Brew in 2014 and we shall make you feel like its New Year’s Eve all over again. You might want to rethink the hangover part though. Or not. Its up to you! Wonderground is A Sound Foundation.

WHEN: Friday, January 10, 9:00pm – 2:00am

WHERE: Bed-Vyne Brew, 370 Tompkins Avenue (at Putnam), Brooklyn, 

HOW MUCH: Free

 

WHAT: REFLECTIONS: A Photo Exhibition by Face On Broadway. Sounds by DJ S.Dot.

WHEN: Saturday, January 11, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

WHERE: Mirrors On Grand, 284 Grand Ave, Brooklyn

HOW MUCH: Free. But space is limited. Donations are welcomed

 REFLECTIONS: A Photo Exhibition by Face On Broadway, Saturday, January 11 at Mirrors on Grand

REFLECTIONS: A Photo Exhibition by Face On Broadway, Saturday, January 11 at Mirrors on Grand

   

WHAT: Restrepo: Film and Discussion— Restrepo is a powerful documentary following a year in the life of an Army platoon in the deadly and remote Korengal Valley during the Afghanistan war. Shot almost entirely in the valley and without narration or interviews with generals and policy-makers to guide it, the film simulates the everyday soldier’s experience of war: intense boredom punctuated by an even more intense fear.

WHEN: Saturday, January 11, 2:00pm

WHERE: The Brooklyn Museum, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor

HOW MUCH: $12 which includes Museum general admission. Tickets are available at the visitor’s center or at www.museumtix.com. Seating is first-come, first-served. Museum Members receive free admission; to reserve, please call the Membership Hotline at (718) 501-6326 or email Membership.

Restrepo: Film and Discussion, Saturday, January 11 at the Brooklyn Museum

Restrepo: Film and Discussion, Saturday, January 11 at the Brooklyn Museum

 

WHAT: SIGNS OF LIFE Closing Reception–The closing reception for the Signs Of Life Exhibition, a group show that examines man’s experience with life and our tireless efforts to make sense of it all; from looking back to life before man, grasping why humans do, our societal tendencies, our relationship to nature and surroundings, self-perception and the idea of imaginary worlds. In addition to the last opportunity to view the Signs Of Life exhibition, the closing reception will also show video of the creative process of exhibiting artists Selin Belci and Mishele Lesser and will be highlighted by a panel formatted talk with the artists and curator

WHEN: Sunday, January 12, 4:00pm – 6:0pm

WHERE: Rush Corridor Gallery, 334 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn

HOW MUCH: Free

 

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