Bowery Arts and Sciences
Photograph: Anna Sawaryn
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Jul 26 2010
The name of this colorful joint on the Bowery reveals its poetry-slam roots, but it’s also the truest current iteration of the East Village’s legendary arts scene: all kinds of jazz, folk, hip-hop and improv-theater acts can routinely be found here on Sundays and Mondays. (The rest of the week, the space operates as burlesque and variety supper club Duane Park.)
Bowery Arts and Sciences 308 Bowery
What's on at Bowery Arts and Sciences
If you're in the mood for some literary inspiration but your attention span just isn't what it used to be, don't miss this celebration of the short poem, featuring works of 14 lines or less. Readers include Kit Kennedy, Tsaurah Litzky and Evie Ivy.
- Critics' pick
At the third installment of this new reading series, the lineup is, in fact, a fantasy of ours: Canadian poet, translator and scholar Anne Carson and poet and playwright Nick Flynn take the stage for an evening of verse.