The Heavenly Bodies: LIVE Under the Archway Aug. 17th

These are crazy times everybody and feeling the expansiveness of space can help bring understanding of how to navigate this world where we are always bumping into one another… Leave your earthly burdens behind and come join the Heavenly Bodies in the cosmos!
It’s a Hoop Happening!!! Life is a flow of love and action, your participation is requested.


STARRING the Heavenly Bodies: Maya Shah O’Donnell, Suzanne Rogaleski, Autumn Costner, Trixie Little, Janet Clancy, Celia Kutcher, Kim Vargas, Maryam Washington, Tanya Gagne and Emily Hursch.

Live at the Archway: Big Sky Works
Thu 6 PM · Dumbo Archway · New York

Live at the Archway is free performances + pop up gallery + interactive live art in a magical, only-in-DUMBO setting. Always free + all ages + rain or shine.

THIS WEEK you’re in for a treat with this unique, participatory circus experience for all ages!

////////THE BASICS:

> Big Sky Works– 6PM
> Plus a DJ set by DJ Double Burner (Tanya Gagne)
> Artist Interactive at the Space Station: Pop up gallery + live art experience with Cara Lee Sparry — All night!

The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge is a public plaza in DUMBO, Brooklyn. It’s on Water St between Anchorage Place and Adams St.


The multidisciplinary community arts and performance space Big Sky Works brings its interactive circus show and workshop, STARSHIP HOOPERS, to DUMBO for a one night only performance. Members of the Heavenly Bodies­­the Big Sky Works’ Hoop Troop­­create a planetarium and build a solar system with the audience using hula hoops and spinning carpets, together with visuals by B.A. Miale. Big Sky Works was founded by Tanya Gagne, whose work has been produced at the Sydney Opera House, the Roundhouse in London, P.S. 122 in New York, The Mayan Festival in LA, and festivals throughout Argentina, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Europe.

Cara Lee Sparry came to New York City to study industrial design at the Pratt Institute in 1988, and she moved to DUMBO in 1992. An installation artist who also works in graphic design, she has previously designed exhibits for the United Nations and the Barney’s Christmas windows, as well as numerous other clients. Cara Lee is the co-founder, owner and designer of Superfine, which opened in 2001, and she designed The Lighthouse beneath the Archway, which opened in 2013.

The Space Station, by This Friday or Next Friday, premieres at this year’s Live at the Archway. Tfnf is likely the tiniest, most inconsequential art gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn, probably in NYC, and maybe on the face of the earth. It was founded by Nathan Sinai Rayman, and he runs it with Zach Seeger, his Director of Programs.


Live at the Archway showcases the best of DUMBO and Brooklyn talent, presenting a broad range of music and performance genres. This season brings sizzling salsa, Colombian cumbia, swing dancing, world roots music, sultry R&B, an Italian modern dance troupe, puppetry, funk, DJs and more. With beer, wine and bites from The Lighthouse and epic scenery below the Manhattan Bridge, it’s the best place to be every Thursday night.

Concerts & events take place on Thursdayevenings at 6:00 p.m. It’s always all ages and always rain or shine.

Live at the Archway is presented by The DUMBO Improvement District and The Lighthouse. It is co-curated by Clara Inés Schuhmacher, of the BID, and Tanya Rynd of Superfine.

Special thanks to our season sponsor, GreenDesk, DUMBO’s native coworking space.

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