After kicking off week one with an excellent community BBQ and the strangest screening of When Harry Met Sally we have ever seen (see proof below), we are moving on to week two of Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble's LUV Pavilion. Please join us for the Meg Ryan Monday screening of Sleepless in Seattle in ROKE's kaleidoscopic LUV-vision on May 18, or come out to one of the many other events that have been added to the schedule.
ALSO, mark you calendars for Saturday, May 30. LUV Pavilion be welcoming the good folks of CATCH for CATCH 69 and celebrating the month's end with a benefit after party hosted by IM's own DJ Rob the Rich.
Harry discovers previously unknown aspects of his Self courtesy of Sally and LUV-vision.
652 Woodward Avenue
M train to Seneca / L train to Myrtle-Wyckoff
All events are FREE unless otherwise noted.
Sunday, May 17 // 11:00am-4:00pm
Free 8x10 portraits with a loved one
Monday, May 18 // 8:00pm
Meg Ryan Monday: Sleepless in Seattle in LUV-vision followed by a panel discussion with LUV experts
Tuesday, May 19 // 8:00pm
Megan Byrne / Dance performance
Wednesday, May 20 // 8:00pm
Self Defense Speed Dating hosted by Elizabeth Harney
Friday, May 22 // 8:00pm
The Georges / Performance
Saturday, May 23 // 8:00pm
Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble's The Art of LUV Revisited
Monday, May 25 // 8:00pm
Meg Ryan Monday: You've Got Mail in LUV-vision
Tuesday, May 26 // 8:00pm
LUV Stories: Interviews and Histories from the Neighborhood and Beyond
Wednesday, May 27 // 8:00pm
Derek Spaldo and Friends / Performance
Saturday, May 30 // 8:00pm // $15
CATCH 69 + Closing Night Party!
CATCH, everyone's favorite hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough-and-ready series of performance events, couples up with ROKE for an evening of devotion to the goddess Aphrodite herself. Via the frenzied union of performance and karaoke, CATCH 69 conjures a commingling, intertwining invocation of Luv.
Visit immediatemedium.org/projects/luv-pavilion or royalosiris.com for updates or to learn more.
This project is supported, in part, by funds from the Nancy Quinn Fund, a program of A.R.T./New York, and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council for the Arts.