This is a History of New York

An Evening of Experimental Documentary Film

curated by Mary Billyou

Saturday June 11, 2011

Engine 212 Firehouse: 134 Wythe Ave. Williamsburg B’klyn

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: starting at 2pm on

Saturday, community, activism and artists come together to breathe

life into the vacant Engine 212 Firehouse.

This is a History of New York is a screening of experimental

documentary films about NYC, curated by Mary Billyou.

The event features films by: Mary Billyou, Jem Cohen,

Koken Ergun, Brian Frye, Paul Garrin, Ken Jocobs,

Jonas Mekas, Martha Rosler, Shelly Silver and Caspar Stracke.

The exhibition is free and takes place from 2pm to 10pm,

at 134 Wythe Ave. btw. N. 8th and N. 9th Streets in

Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Screenings start at 2pm, 5pm, and 8pm.

This series is sponsored, in part by the Greater New York

Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department

of Cultural Affairs, administered by the Brooklyn Arts

Council, Inc. (BAC).

This series is also made possible with public funds from

the Decentralization Program of the New York State

Council on the Arts, both administered in Kings County

by the Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC).


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