Verboten to Feature ART IS VERBOTEN & More in April and May 2014
After opening to critical acclaim, Verboten continues to elevate Brooklyn's underground art and music scene with a variety of culture programming, including the launch of 'Art is Verboten' By Mike Dreeland, Wasabassco at Verboten: Danger!, Music Unites: Youth Music Education, and PopGun presents Adult. Check out some upcoming events in April and May below!
April 11: 'Art is Verboten' By Pop Artist Mike Dreeland, a free art show from 8:00-11:00pm with sponsored bar by Belvedere Vodka, Jameson Irish Whiskey and Veuve Cliquot
Defined as a 21st century artist by the nature of his work, M.Dreeland introduces a pop art style that mixes basic acrylics and techniques from old masters with hi-tech tools of the present and future. Modern technology, with the use of graphic design programs, has allowed M.Dreeland to spotlight a unique step and repeat style by using multiple layers and common objects. Thick paint and bold colors characterizes M.Dreeland's work. M.Dreeland collaborates with the music and lifestyle team at Verboten on the launch of their eponymous nightlife venue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to display custom M.Dreeland pieces within the venue.
April 19: Wasabassco at Verboten: Danger!
NYC's daring burlesque show Wasabassco returns to Verboten for its second run bringing extravagant acts, biggest props, and unique performances - striptease, aerial, fire and more. This month, Wasabassco presents "Danger!", an evening of powerful women and dashing men throwing caution to the wind - because danger is sexy and sexy is their middle name. The non-stop action and circus-like energy will leave guests in awe and craving more of this ever-changing monthly event. Wasabassco's Verboten shows are hosted by the fabulous Golden Glamazon herself, Sydni Deveraux. April 19 stars include Nasty Canasta, Evelyn Vinyl, Hazel Honeysuckle, Stache Novak, Perle Noire, Albert Cadabra, Poison Ivory, Donny Vomit and stage kitten Amanda Whip.
April 22: Music Unites: Youth Music Education