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Looking for something to do on your lunch break? Take a stroll over to Coney Island Hospital (2601 Ocean Parkway), take the elevator to the second floor, and make a right. Lining the hallway you’ll see dozens of original artworks hanging on the wall, the latest exhibit of the Brooklyn Streetcar Artists’ Group. In between…

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Once upon a time, long before Thor Equities, the Coney Island Cyclone, and even before Rabbi Abraham Abraham came into the world, there was Dreamland, an aptly-named Coney Island amusement park, which served as one of the area’s purveyors of “(relatively) high-class entertainment, with elegant architecture, pristine white towers and some educational exhibits along with the rides and…

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The Kings Bay YM-YWHA is putting the finishing touches on their annual exhibition of local artists, and they’re inviting you down to tonight’s opening celebration. The event kicks off at 9:00 p.m. at 3495 Nostrand Avenue, and the suggested donation is $10 per person. There will also be food. Check out the event’s Facebook page…

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There are those kids who can color inside the lines, and then there are the prodigious children of Bensonhurst’s IrArt Studio. The youngsters, pupils of the award-winning artist and IrArt founder Irina Zavyalova, created 133 fine art pieces, which will be exhibited at the exclusive Trask Gallery of the National Arts Club in Manhattan’s Gramercy…

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If you think Coney Island is all sorts of wild now, you should have seen it 100 years ago. Coney Island was once a place filled with unforgettable freak shows and spectacles that would be controversial today. A typical day in Coney Island between 1890 and 1915 would mean seeing shows that included everything from…

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The Brooklyn Streetcar Artists Group, a coalition of artists from Southern Brooklyn, is unveiling a new art installation tonight at Coney Island Hospital. The exhibition features more than 40 pieces from 22 artists in the second floor hallway-gallery. There will also be a presentation and Q & A session with Arthur Nash, the author of…

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Brooklyn’s oldest art club, All Communities Art, Inc a Gravesend-based, not-for-profit cultural organization listed with the Brooklyn Arts Council under the categories of Multi-Disciplinary Arts; Visual Arts; Music; Literary Arts; and Folk Arts. The club’s president, Reggy Sonsino, would like to invite you to its upcoming art show and sale featuring: stained glass; oil paintings;…

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Two local artists hailing from the former Soviet Union are exhibiting their works at the Kings Bay YM-YWHA this Saturday. Vitaly Umansky was born in the Ukraine and lived in Israel before moving to Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. A graduate of FIT, Vitaly’s illustrations combine childish dreamscapes and imagery with mature and often political themes. You…