Po-Jazz: an eclectic mix of jazz and poetry with Robert Gibbons, Rosi Hertlein and Golda Solomon.
A talk by 440 exhibiting artists.
A lecture on photography and collage by Barbara Conofino, Managing Editor of the New York Photo Review.
Join us for Me, Myself, and Eye: 440 Gallery’s avant-garde music series curated by Michel Gentile. Trumpeter/Composer Dave Ballou is a Professor of Music at Towson University in Towson, MD. He directs the Bill and Helen Murray Jazz Residency, and created the innovative Free Improvisation ensemble.
Performance by poet/storyteller Darryl Alladice, curator of 440 Gallery's One Breath Rising series.
Come join us to make your own buildings that can be round, or shaped like a cupcake, or a dragon.
Po-Jazz performance by Rosi Hertlein and Golda Solomon.
Opening reception for Shanee Epstein's latest solo show at 440 Gallery.
Join us for Me, Myself, and Eye: 440 Gallery’s avant-garde music series curated by Michel Gentile
An artist talk featuring 440 members Shanee Epstein, Joy Makon, Janet Pedersen and Tricia Townes.
Join Shanee Epstein along with other 440 Gallery members to toast the final day of her exhibition.
Opening of the exhibition "(home)," juried by noted artist Joan Bankemper.
Opening reception for Susan Greenstein's latest solo show at 440 Gallery, which is on view from April 20 - May 21.
Guitarist Tomas Rodriguez performs music rooted in the folk and classical traditions of Spain and South America.
Join Fred Bendheim along with other 440 Gallery members to toast the final day of Nocturns.
Reading by distinguished poet Cheryl Boyce.
Sam Newsome, acclaimed solo saxophonist and composer.
40 Gallery is pleased to present “Nocturns” by Brooklyn-based artist Fred Bendheim. This is Bendheim’s first exhibition centered on the theme of nocturns and his third solo show at the gallery.
Bass master Jasper Cain will share his straight-no-chaser musical message.
Join Jo-Ann Acey along with other 440 Gallery members to toast the final day of La Luna.
Me, Myself and Eye presents violinist Charlie Burnham.
At our workshop, you will start out using thick cardboard circles and work alongside our resident teaching artists Vicki Behm and Susan Greenstein to make collages of dreamy moons and other shapes using your imagination.
Join us for this lively discourse about thinking, process and technique.
Join us for One Breath Rising: 440 Gallery’s jazz and spoken word series curated by Darryl Alladice. Catherine Gigante-Brown’s works of fiction, nonfiction and poetry have appeared in publications as diverse as Ravishly, Essence, American Gardener, Diaspora, Huffington Post Woman and Dakota Outdoors.
Opening reception for 440 artist Jo-Ann Acey's exhibition, La Luna. Project Space: Chuse, Makon, Stock.
440 Gallery’s monthly concert series, curated by Michele Gentile, presents an afternoon of solo jazz by saxophonist and composer Briggan Krauss.
Join us for a poetry reading featuring A. Balkano, Nicole Callihan and Nathan Dennis.
What types of books do you like to look at or read? Our resident teaching artists Vicki Behm and Susan Greenstein will show you how to make a simple book that you can work on at home.
Join 440 Gallery artists for an enlightening dialog about art-making and creative processes.
Readings by Barbara Elovic, Nancy Lunsford and Krystal Zayas.
One Breath Rising presents a reading from poet E.J. Antonio and Bassist Larry Roland. 440 Gallery’s jazz and spoken word series curated by Darryl Alladice.
Performance by flute, tambin, and alto sax player Sylvain Leroux.
440 Gallery is pleased to announce Mending Fragments: Hide & Seek, a two-person exhibition by Gallery members Leigh Blanchard and Amy Weil.
Juror JoAnne McFarland and three artists from the 12th Annual Small Works Show will give short presentations about their artwork and vision for this exhibition.
Reading by poet Hafizah Geter.
Me, Myself and Eye presents avant garde jazz by Tim Keiper and Avram Fefer.
12 Annual Small Works Show reception.
Join us at 440 Gallery for a lively afternoon talk by artists
Hosted by Becky Yamamoto & Meghan O'Neill: An evening of entertainment surrounded by people you don't know and may never see again.
440 Gallery is pleased to welcome Ed Toney. A dedicated New Yorker—born in Queens, living in Brooklyn— Toney is a poet, writer and chemist.