Are you ready for FringeNYC? Once again FAB will be shutting down E. 4th Street between Bowery and 2nd Avenue to make way for lots of arts and cultural activities! Drop in and pack a picnic while catching up on some live theatre! Afterwards, check out what’s going on with our sustainability projects and be sure to get involved! FringeNYC on Fourth takes place:
Saturday 8/18 1PM – 8PM, Sunday 8/19 1PM – 8PM
Saturday 8/25 1PM – 8PM, Sunday 8/26 1PM – 8PM
Love TV @ FringeNYC on Fourth
Australian-based Love TV will also be featured as a public art installation and performance work in the last weekend of this year’s FringeNYC on Fourth, profiling and engaging the artists and creative communities participating in this dynamic event.
Saturday 8/25 1PM – 8PM, Sunday 8/26 1PM-8PM
Learn more about Love TV and this collaboration here!
Additionally, this year as you’re seeing a gazillion performances in nineteen venues all over downtown Manhattan, shift your focus to the visual art that is all around you! FringeART helps celebrate ArtUp in the Lower East Side, FABnyc’s public art program produced in association with MaNY Project, by highlighting these installations in the neighborhood:
East 1st St. (Extra Place): “Music Machine” by Sonni
Artist Alley @ Extra Place on East 1st St. between 2nd Avenue & Bowery
East 2nd Street: “Stampeded” by Know Hope
22 East 2nd St. between 2nd Avenue & Bowery
East 3rd Street: “Truth Implies the Good” by CAKE
13 East 3rd St. between 2nd Avenue & Bowery
East 4th Street:
“Saints of the Lower East Side” by Tom Sanford
70 East 4th St. Cultural Center
“Our Ladies of Infamy & Grandeur” by Graham Preston
FAB Cafe, 75 East 4th St.
Rotating Artwork on Construction Containers at East 4th & Bowery
East 4th St. & Bowery