1. Project of the Day—Governor’s Island is awesome, and the Governor’s Island Art Fair is an equally awesome thing that happens every year on the island. After Hurricane Sandy, many of the buildings that house the artwork each year were damaged, and 4heads.org wants to fix them up so the fair can continue happening for free. Help keep it going strong.

    Project of the Day—Governor’s Island is awesome, and the Governor’s Island Art Fair is an equally awesome thing that happens every year on the island. After Hurricane Sandy, many of the buildings that house the artwork each year were damaged, and 4heads.org wants to fix them up so the fair can continue happening for free. Help keep it going strong.

  2. Did you know that it’s the hundred-year anniversary of the year the Marx Brothers were given their iconic nicknames? Our Project of the Day, Marxfest, is a festival celebrating the work of the Marx Brothers, Groucho, Chico, and Harpo, and the two younger brothers Gummo and Zeppo. Among the festival’s highlights are a screening of Duck Soup at MoMA and a concert of music from the Marx Brothers movies. 

    Did you know that it’s the hundred-year anniversary of the year the Marx Brothers were given their iconic nicknames? Our Project of the Day, Marxfest, is a festival celebrating the work of the Marx Brothers, Groucho, Chico, and Harpo, and the two younger brothers Gummo and Zeppo. Among the festival’s highlights are a screening of Duck Soup at MoMA and a concert of music from the Marx Brothers movies. 

  3. After successfully raising upwards of $25,000 from its community, Brooklyn-based arts-and-event space The Invisible Dog hosted a Kickstarter rewards pick-up party and invited backers to come, hang, and walk away with their official tokens of support.

    We’re touched by the many beaming visages we glimpsed over on The Invisible Dog’s Facebook page, not to mention the artful Pillars of Support posted in their most recent project update.

  4. Attention DIY science fans, amateur astronomers, and enthusiastic star gazers! If you’re in upstate New York tonight, take a stroll by Richards Park in Geneva between 8-9:30pm for the first ever Bicycle Astronomy Star Party. Attendees will be invited to gaze at the night sky through a bicycle propelled telescope, then share their experience online, alongside photos and video from the event. More details at the latest project update.

    Attention DIY science fans, amateur astronomers, and enthusiastic star gazers! If you’re in upstate New York tonight, take a stroll by Richards Park in Geneva between 8-9:30pm for the first ever Bicycle Astronomy Star Party. Attendees will be invited to gaze at the night sky through a bicycle propelled telescope, then share their experience online, alongside photos and video from the event. More details at the latest project update.