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Saturday’s groovy nights

  • 7:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Saturday January 28, 2023
  • Lobby | Ace Hotel New York

The Creme de la Creme of local & international DJs

Every Saturday! 

7pm to where you take it

Other events happening on Jan 28, 2023

28
Jan
エースホテル・シドニー
8:00am @ Good Chemistry

Good Chemistry Organic Produce Market at Good Chemistry

Each Saturday from 8am to midday, The Regional Store sets up shop in Good Chemistry. Sourcing 100% organic produce from across regional NSW, locally grown flowers, as well as a range of breads, cheeses and other rotating products. Stop by Foy Lane on your Saturday morning and pick up some produce and a coffee.

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28
Jan
エースホテル・ブルックリン
8:00am @ Gallery

Guilty by Association – Extended Family: Lakea Shepard at Gallery

Around the corner and down Bond St., our neighbors Guilty By Association are building a digital bridge to empower the creative unseen, redistribute wealth and reengineer an antiquated system — art. This season, we are partnering with GBA for a trio of solo exhibitions featuring a selection of their artist kin. We’re calling it “Extended Family.” The first gallery show is an overview of Lakea Shepard‘s work.   Bead by bead, Lakea creates intricate head sculptures engulfed in universal emblems…

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Upcoming events at Ace Hotel New York

08
2 月
エースホテル・ニューヨーク
8:00am @ Gallery

Luck Comes Before Love – Sarah Nsikak in The Gallery at Gallery

Drawing from African proverbs and idioms, Nsikak borrows romance folkloric imagery from the many cultures she calls home. Using her material of choice, recycled fiber, her installation is a sensory experience, a quiet invitation which urges loud questions – chief amongst them: How can black women reclaim a softness they have been refused?   About:  Sarah Nsikak is a Nigerian-American artist and designer living the Hudson Valley of New York and working out of her Brooklyn studio. She is the…

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08
2 月
エースホテル・ニューヨーク
6:30pm @ Gallery

Opening party – Luck Comes Before Love, Sarah Nsikak in The Gallery at Gallery

Drawing from African proverbs and idioms, Nsikak borrows romance folkloric imagery from the many cultures she calls home. Using her material of choice, recycled fiber, her installation is a sensory experience, a quiet invitation which urges loud questions – chief amongst them: How can black women reclaim a softness they have been refused?   About:  Sarah Nsikak is a Nigerian-American artist and designer living the Hudson Valley of New York and working out of her Brooklyn studio. She is the founder…

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