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07 JUL 11: Nu Ryu "Moving Forest" + Yuriko Katori "Bubbles, Particles,I"

on Thu, 06/30/2011 - 01:44

& BUBBLES, PARTICLES, I  by Yuriko Katori 
Opening Reception
THU 07 Jul 11
6:00 - 9:00 pm


until 28 Jul 11

Nu Ryu was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She received her BFA in Visual Communication Design from Hongik University. Throughout her time there she was fascinated with creating stories and making animations, movies, and illustrated books. She, however, found herself much more interested in communicating and developing her artistic vocabulary through drawing and painting.

15 JUN 11: The Nouveau Classical Project (live) + "Viva La Muerte" by Fernando Arrabal

on Thu, 06/09/2011 - 21:56

Music by The NOUVEAU CLASSICAL PROJECT + Screening VIVA LA MUERTE by Fernando Arrabal,

is the first event introducing our Rabbit Summer program "MOVIES+JAMS", which will happen every third Wednesday of each month from June till August.

8:00 pm
Performance of selections from Ned Rorem’s Ariel by the Nouveau Classical Project’s clarinetist Isabel Kim and pianist Sugar Vendil, with special guest Marielle Murphy (soprano). 

The Nouveau Classical Project (NCP) is a group that re-imagines the classical music concert.


on Thu, 06/09/2011 - 21:56

Please come to the very first Rabbit Tales Reading and Performance series at the fabulous Rabbithole Studios!

The first event of the series is themed, FLASH!, and will feature:

Flash Fiction from:
Sharon Polli
Chanel Dubofsky
Angela Lovell-Steele

Music from:

Performance dance from:
Michael Falkner

This is a free series curated by Kate Hill Cantrill! There will be boxed wine and Twinkies, but feel free to BYOB. Spread the word! Come to Dumbo! Get your lit, song, and glow-swing on!

25 MAY 11: "The Tin Drum" by Volker Schlöndorff

on Wed, 05/25/2011 - 21:56

Dear Rabbit fans!
this week we are screening the 1979 Cannes Palme d'Or and Oscar winner film by German filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff. A black comedy based on the novel of Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass, follows the rise and fall of the Third Reich in Germany told through the eyes of a boy who decided he would stop growing up at age 3. This film faced banning issues for it's controversial scenes alluding to children in the sexual act, but was one of the most financially successful German films of the 1970s.

Don't miss it! it's FREE.
We open at 8 (movie starts at 8:30)
Bring all your