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A Few Things To Do This Week


After being arrested for speaking up against the Chinese government, controversial artist Ai Weiwei isn't allowed to leave China, but that doesn't mean his voice has been silenced. The Brooklyn Museum of Art presents Ai Weiwei: Accordiing to What?, the artist's first large-scale exhibition in New York, and the last and largest stop on his global tour. The photo series Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn (1995 - 2009) and accompanying paint-dipped vases will be featured at the museum.

April 18 through August 10
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Tickets are $15.


Art-fashion-music photographer, Jason Evans presents creative exercises for loosening up the academia-built cobwebs in your brain. He invites you to think about our visual sharing culture and how we communicate without language. Where do ideas come from? What are the possibilities of photography?

Friday, April 25, 2014 at 7pm
Hyperion Tavern
1941 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Admission is free.


Wynwood Life started as a blog about trends and upcoming events in Miami's Wynwood Design District, and quickly became a place for locals to stay in the know. Now, after a slight epiphany, they're happy to announce Wynwood Life Festival: a physical celebration of the art infused neighborhood. Join local graffiti crews, designers, fashion bloggers, and a myriad of musical acts, both foreign and domestic, for a street fair extravaganza.

April 25 - 27, 2014
Wynwood Design District
6th Avenue between 22nd and 24th streets
Tickets start at $15

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