Mar
17
1:00 pm13:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

4pm - 5pm

Workshop: Alexander Technique with Fabio Tavares
Calm Down Nervous System! During this 60 min workshop we will work with the idea that “we have time”. We will take time to unwind and slow down at the nervous system level. Allowing ourselves to be restored into a more neutral and more balanced state of body/ mind/ soul. Great for people of all ages and from all walks of life!

Mar
16
4:00 pm16:00

Freaks & Heroes // A Movie Marathon Organized by Misha Shprits

Free popcorn and ice cream!
21+ for the cash bar

5pm

Doors

5:15pm

JOY DIVISION (2007, dir. Grant Gee, rated R)
Joy Division is a 2007 British documentary film on the British post-punk band Joy Division, directed by Grant Gee. 

7:15pm

FONKO (2016, dir. Lamin Daniel Jadama, Lars Lovén, Gören Olsson)
Fonko is a feature length documentary about social and political changes in the new Africa as seen through an avalanche of striking, innovative and visual music.

8:45pm

FIRST SQUAD (2009, dir. Yoshiharu Ashino, Aljosha Klimov, Misha Shprits)
In the opening days of World War II, a group of Soviet teenagers with extraordinary abilities have been drafted to form a special unit to fight the invading German army. 
Introduction by Misha Shprits before the film.

10:15pm

UNDER THE SKIN (2013, dir. Jonathan Glazer, rated R)
A mysterious young woman seduces lonely men in the evening hours in Scotland. However, events lead her to begin a process of self-discovery.

12:15am

Midnight showing of FREAKS (1932, dir. Tod Browning, unrated) with live score!
A circus' beautiful trapeze artist agrees to marry the leader of side-show performers, but his deformed friends discover she is only marrying him for his inheritance. One of the most controversial films of classic Hollywood, Freaks features real performers from a circus sideshow.
Featuring a live score by The TroubleShoot Circus, performing a 21st-century improvisatory approach to the tradition of silent films and the nature of jazz.

Mar
15
7:00 pm19:00

Le Poisson Rouge Presents ROUSE

21+ (photo ID required at the door) 
Cash bar

8pm - 10pm

Live Music: Le Poisson Rouge Presents ROUSE
Benefiting RAINN
Featuring Hannah Epperson + Okay Kaya + Aerial East
ROUSE is a monthly concert series which features an all-female line-up, and raises money for charities supporting women. Each month, 50% or more of the concert’s ticket sales will be donated to a select charity which supports women. ROUSE rotates through venues in New York City, and aims to select charities based on the communities surrounding the venue’s neighborhood.

7pm

Doors

8pm

Aerial East

8:45pm

Hannah Epperson

9:30pm

Okay Kaya

Mar
14
7:00 pm19:00

Comedy Night

21+ (photo ID required at the door) 
Cash bar

8pm - 10pm

Comedy PerformancesAparna Nancherla and Jo Firestone
Aparna and Jo are many things to many people: comedians, scarecrows, junior chefs, crayons. Join them as they navigate their way through a show with the help of their foolish friends who agreed to help them. Their only promise is they will delight and confuse you, not in that order. In fact, no promises. Scarecrows have enough on their plate as is.
 

Mar
12
3:30 pm15:30

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

1PM - 5PM

Open Mic            
Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

Mar
11
10:00 am10:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

10am - 12pm

Meditation Hour
Confessional: Turn To Moss recreates the intimate, contemplative space of a Catholic confessional, but here, your introspection is mediated by image, sound, and nature. Musician Josephine Wiggs (bass player in the Breeders) has composed a suite of instrumental music for this immersive experience, a meditation on decay and renewal. Video by Sebastiaan Bremer and Manuel Miranda. Designed and built by Bill Swartz.

1pm

Round Table            
Filmmaker Alix Lambert will lead a discussion with journalist Richard Behar on the importance of freedom of the press.

Mar
9
8:00 pm20:00

Author Talks, Curated by Kickstarter

Pay what you can, 21+ for cash bar (photo ID is required) 

Free Organic Butter Pecan Ice Cream from Blue Marble!

7:30pm - Doors
8pm - Talks begin

Author Talks: Kickstarter has curated a panel of authors to read and speak to this theme: 
Where do you belong? A universal human concept, no matter where your birthplace. All over the world, people are looking for self-acceptance, validation, and meaningful connections. We’re inviting some of Kickstarter’s brightest creators to tell us their definition of belonging, touching on concepts such as home, transience, community, and more.

Speakers: Brandon S., T. Cole, Sid Orlando, Automne Zingg, Glory Edim, Amy Gall and Matt Meyer.

Organized by Margot Atwell.

Mar
9
1:00 pm13:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

1pm - 6pm

Open Mic            
Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

Mar
8
10:00 am10:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

10am - 12pm

Meditation Hour
Confessional: Turn To Moss recreates the intimate, contemplative space of a Catholic confessional, but here, your introspection is mediated by image, sound, and nature. Musician Josephine Wiggs (bass player in the Breeders) has composed a suite of instrumental music for this immersive experience, a meditation on decay and renewal. Video by Sebastiaan Bremer and Manuel Miranda. Designed and built by Bill Swartz.

12pm

Lunch-time Film Screening
Bring your lunch to Sanctuary and watch Food Chains, a powerful, feature-length documentary about the conditions of farm workers in the US and the efforts being made to change them. Directed by Sanjay Rawal, Executive producers include Eva Longoria and Eric Schlosser. Producer, Smriti Keshari will be present to host a brief Q&A following the film. 

10am - 6pm

Lalela, an organization devoted to empowering at-risk youths through the arts, will be on-site sharing information about their work. Scarves made with patterns designed by students from their programs will be available for sale.

2pm - 6pm

Open Mic            
Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

2pm - 6pm

Film Screening: FLYING LESSON by chameckilerner (silent, playing on loop) 

 

Mar
7
1:00 pm13:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

1pm - 5pm

Open Mic            
Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

Mar
5
12:00 pm12:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome
Sanctuary closes for Mass service from 1:30pm - 3pm

10am - 1pm

Meditation Hour
Confessional: Turn To Moss recreates the intimate, contemplative space of a Catholic confessional, but here, your introspection is mediated by image, sound, and nature. Musician Josephine Wiggs (bass player in the Breeders) has composed a suite of instrumental music for this immersive experience, a meditation on decay and renewal. Video by Sebastiaan Bremer and Manuel Miranda. Designed and built by Bill Swartz.

3:30pm - 4:45pm

Piano Recital: The students of Andrew Hoepfner, of A Piano Grows in Brooklyn music school, will perform a recital for a small audience of their parents, friends, and families. 

Mar
4
10:00 am10:00

"Behind The Scenes" Armory VIP Tour

Armory VIP Studio Visit: Behind the scenes of Sanctuary
Pay what you can, all ages welcome

10am - 12pm

Meditation Hour
Confessional: Turn To Moss recreates the intimate, contemplative space of a Catholic confessional, but here, your introspection is mediated by image, sound, and nature. Musician Josephine Wiggs (bass player in the Breeders) has composed a suite of instrumental music for this immersive experience, a meditation on decay and renewal. Video by Sebastiaan Bremer and Manuel Miranda. Designed and built by Bill Swartz.

12pm

Performance: RESIST (working title) by chameckilerner

12:30pm

Lecture and Q&A:#BeLove: What Change Looks Like” by Rhonda J. Broussard  

Mar
3
10:00 am10:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome
Sanctuary closes for Mass service from 12pm - 1pm

10am - 12pm

Meditation Hour
Confessional: Turn To Moss recreates the intimate, contemplative space of a Catholic confessional, but here, your introspection is mediated by image, sound, and nature. Musician Josephine Wiggs (bass player in the Breeders) has composed a suite of instrumental music for this immersive experience, a meditation on decay and renewal. Video by Sebastiaan Bremer and Manuel Miranda. Designed and built by Bill Swartz.

10am - 6pm

Lalela, an organization devoted to empowering at-risk youths through the arts, will be on-site sharing information about their work. Scarves made with patterns designed by students from their programs will be available for sale.

1pm - 4pm

Open Mic            
Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

2pm

Film Screening: Trying by Liza May Post (1998, 2 min, playing on loop)

3pm

Film Screening: SAMBA #2 by chameckilerner (silent, playing on loop) 

Mar
2
8:00 pm20:00

Armory VIP // Exclusive Evening Event

Pay what you can, 21+ (photo ID required at the door) 
Cash bar available

8pm

Film Screening: Work Horse by Charlotte Dumas (2015, 12 min)

8:15pm

Performance: Luciana Achugar

8:35pm

Performance: Janaina Tschape

8:40pm

Performance: RESISTANCE by chameckilerner

9pm

Film Screening: Reframing History by Susan Meiselas (2004, 12 min)

9:15pm 

Book Signing: Nicaragua: June 1978-July 1979 by Susan Meiselas

9:45pm

Performance:  FYFYA WOTO - Power.To.The.God.Within
by Jojo Abot

Mar
2
1:00 pm13:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

1pm - 6pm

Open Mic: Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

4pm - 7pm

Film Screening: Sticky Mess Love by Veronika Georgieva (2016, 5 min, playing on loop)

7pm

Artist Talk: Veronika Georgieva, moderated by Christina Steinbrecher-Pfandt, director of Vienna Contemporary Art Fair.

Mar
1
10:00 am10:00

Open Gallery

Pay what you can, all ages welcome

10am - 12pm

Meditation Hour
Confessional: Turn To Moss recreates the intimate, contemplative space of a Catholic confessional, but here, your introspection is mediated by image, sound, and nature. Musician Josephine Wiggs (bass player in the Breeders) has composed a suite of instrumental music for this immersive experience, a meditation on decay and renewal. Video by Sebastiaan Bremer and Manuel Miranda. Designed and built by Bill Swartz.

10am - 6pm

Artists in Action
Daria Birang will be on-site creating original collages.

10am - 6pm

Lalela, an organization devoted to empowering at-risk youths through the arts, will be on-site sharing information about their work. Scarves made with patterns designed by students from their programs will be available for sale

12pm - 6pm

Open Mic            
Our open mic stage will be set and ready for any of the renowned musicians playing at Sanctuary to come and play, record, or try out new tunes. Stop by to see who might be playing!

12pm - 6pm

Film Screening: Flying Lesson by chamekilerner (playing on loop)

Feb
27
Mar 17

Permanently on view throughout Sanctuary