Stay on top of all the excitement at Creative Time this week, with the launch of Creative Time Reports, the Creative Time Summit on “Confronting Inequality,” and an international multimedia project by Robert Whitman. This is also the perfect weekend to make a trip to the Bronx for the final installment of the Guggenheim’s stillspotting nyc (and the Tour de Bronx!).
1. Improv Everywhere and the Guggenheim in the Bronx
South Bronx, October 13-14
The Guggenheim concludes its stillspotting nyc series with a final edition in the Bronx. Charlie Todd and Tyler Walker of Improv Everywhere work with audiologist Tina Jupiter to present a group audio experience called Audiogram.
2. Weekend of Socially-Engaged Public Art
Creative Time, October 12-20
This is a huge week for public art organization Creative Time. The exciting new online publication Creative Time Reports launches today (join us for a Twitter panel discussion!). Tomorrow, their yearly summit kicks off, along with Robert Whitman’s Local Report, a project that uses video cellphones to relay dispatches from ninety cities around the world.
3. More Opportunities to See Brooklyn Artists at Work
Gowanus, Brooklyn, October 13-14, from 12:00-6:00 p.m.
Remember this season’s Go Brooklyn Open Studios? Enjoy another wave of open studios as artists open their doors around the Gowanus Canal.
4. Tour de Bronx
Route starts at Bronx County Building, October 14, check-in at 9:30 a.m.
Whether you are a morning person, an athletic person, or a person who wakes up Sunday morning suddenly feeling like Lance Armstrong, join a free event spanning twenty-five miles of the Bronx.
5. New York Comic Con
Javits Center, October 13-14, from 12:00-6:00 p.m.
The beloved convention that originated in San Francisco comes to NYC. Show off your best superhero or cartoon character outfit, meet your favorite comic artist, pitch your work to comic companies, and participate in the many fun events that make Comic Con a legendary (and awesomely nerdy) experience.