SPONSOREDJanuary 09, 2019

NO SERVICE – Ready Made Collective

We’re excited to be supporting our second art exposition the Readymade Art Collective. Come join us for another night of fine art and good vibes on January 12. The theme of the evening is No Service and we’re encouraging all guests to disconnect to their comfort level.

Doors will open at 7:30pm, and we recommend that you show up before 10pm for a closer look at the artwork and the opportunity to meet the artists in a more intimate setting. After that, the party will get bumping with DJs and live musical performances.

Works by:
Garrison Block
Reed Caputo
Anton Connolly
Simba Chakauya
Pierre Crosby
The Love Child
Katherine Goguen
Max Hodgson
Charlie Hudson
Hunter Huebsch
Christian Johansen
Emily Lamb
Drew Leach
Julian MacMillan
Seth MacMillan
Albert Nascimento
Jon Portman
Sammy Redmond
Ryan Reiss
Kate Robinson
Halimah Schmidt
Ellen Voorheis

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BEHIND THE SCENESDecember 30, 2018

THAT’S A WRAP, 2018!

WE JUST WANTED TO THANK EVERYONE THAT HAS SUPPORTED US THIS YEAR, ALL THE INSPIRING TEAMS WE’VE WORKED ALONG SIDE OF AND OUR WONDERFUL FAMILY OF CLIENTS, WHO MORE OFTEN THAN NOT, END UP FRIENDS.

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SPONSOREDDecember 23, 2018

HOLIDAY PARTY 2018

Market Hotel / Trans Pecos / NYC Event Pro Holiday Party

Thanks to our sponsors: BRUXO Mezcal, Birra Antoniana and Williamsburg Pizza!

SPONSOREDDecember 06, 2018

LYRICS – Tommy the Animator’s Collaborative Works

LYRICS | Tommy the Animator
Collaborations with: Ice T, Kool Keith, Melle Mel, Large Professor & Smoothe Da Hustler

Opening:
Thursday, December 13, 2018: 11:30AM-8PM / DJs: Large Professor & Jazzy Joyce

One Art Space presents Lyrics. Artist, Tommy The Animator teams up with an elite group of Hip Hop Legends:Ice TKool KeithMelle MelLarge Professor, and Smoothe Da Hustler, in this innovative and groundbreaking show.

A series of collaborative pieces fuse Tommy’s art with the most impactful lyrics from each artist, that they have added to the canvas. Curated by Kate Storch, This show celebrates the history of Hip Hop, while pushing it to the next level creating a bridge between Hip Hop and Fine Art.


Sponsored by Rémy Martin, One Art Space, Market Hotel, The Experiential Group, Boxed Water, Artist & Craftsman Supply and NYCEVENTPRO.COM.

VIP PRIVATE OPENING DEC 12 6-9PM – RSVP@NYCEVENTPRO.COM

Location:
One Art Space
23 Warren Street
New York, New York 10007



Tommy, self-taught, has become a master of multiple art disciplines. “My creations are a piece of my personal reality,” Tommy explains, which is why this show is so important to him. An MC and producer in the 90s, Tommy sees this show as an opportunity to, “take the things I’ve learned as a lyricist and producer and translate them visually onto the canvas,” describing it as a “dream come true working with these artists.” He compares it to working on an album, but instead of assembling and arranging beats he is creating the music with his art.

Tommy recently had his first solo show in New York City and completed a full-length animated video for Ice T. Ice T describes him by saying, “He is one of the most incredible new artists I’ve come across.” Tommy has done work for many other artists as well and has had his works displayed across the world.

All the lyricists in the show are Hip Hop icons, whose effect can still be felt and heard today. Grammy award-winning artist and star of Law & Order SVU, Ice T, is a pioneer of gangster rap. Cult hero Kool Keith cofounded Ultramagnetic MCs and last summer was honored with a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy award-winning Melle Mel was the lead rapper of the Original Furious Five. Large Professor of Main Source and numerous successful solo projects is considered one of the top 5 hip hop producers of all time. Incredibly talented Smoothe Da Hustler, whose lyrical style on Broken Language, impacted the craft of mcing in a way few artists have.

SPONSOREDNovember 17, 2018

Groupmuse @ Bklyn Commons

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