Afternoon in Ides. Photo by @stephdraime Scenes from Williamsburg. Photo by @weallis The sunsets have been good to us this week. Photo by @Ruthlinrhn Stormtroopers welcomed at Wythe. Photo by @g_e_n_y_a_ We are proud to announce the NO FUN FILM CLUB will be showcasing the work of director Ian Perlman on 9/28 at 6 pm. Perlman is best known for his music video work. Doors open at 6 pm, screening at 7 pm. The director will be joining us in person after the screening for an audience Q&A. Free and open to the public. #NOFUNFILMCLUB We are excited to add the work of Julia Clift, Caitie Moore, and Carrie Schneider to our permanent art collection. Join us tomorrow 9/25 from 6-8 pm for an opening reception to celebrate these artists. RSVP for entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org Join us tomorrow, September 25th, as Wythe Hotel Cinema hosts the first ever High Times Live.
There will be a panel discussion lead by HT Senior Cultivation Editor, Danny Danko, that includes members of the NYTimes Editorial Board, Andy Rosenthal and Jess Wegman, as well as performances by SNL's Michael Che and Sapphire Jones, short films, and giveaways. Tickets here: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/859212 Good morning. Thank you @francismallmann for the photo. Scenes from Williamsburg. Photo by @weallis Morning light in Reynard. Photo by @leahcpell Sunset on Ides. Photo by @Fridaronge Good morning from Brooklyn. Photo by @Lizeylovesit Christina and her tote. Photo by @weallis Sunrise in the North 8th Loft. Photo by @melissaleekruse Our ESPO mural cheering up a gray day. Photo by @cgayral Adam in Reynard. Photo by @weallis Williamsburg Bridge, from N. 6th and Kent. Photo by @weallis Saturday brunch at Reynard. Photo by @daichi19831127 Life is better in color. Williamsburg street art, photo by @weallis A big thanks to Tenth Zine for the amazing event #ReturnToCulture. (Photo by @Sistabublz) We're looking so forward to the Greenpoint Film Festival, September 18-21. For more information visit www.greenpointfilmfestival.org. We are excited to welcome Brooklyn based photographer Jack Waddell (@weallis), who will be contributing to our Instagram account for the next month. Happy weekend, friends. Photo by @catropics We can't like this photo enough. Thank you @heatherhawkins We are thrilled to welcome Marlow Goods as the next installation of The Shop. The founders of the nearby restaurant Marlow & Sons, Kate Huling and Andrew Tarlow, are installing the space with Marlow Goods, their line of accessories and housewares. The alpaca fur, sheep wool and leather used in the products come from livestock raised for food in a practice that ensures no part of the animal goes to waste. The Shop is open everyday 10 am - 8 pm. (Photo by @seyoungstayoung) Dutch pancakes are always the right choice. Photo by @hal9209 Afternoon light in a Manhattan View King. Photo by @thomasbrown Summer essentials. Photo by @arannie Wishing everyone a great Labor Day Weekend. Photo by @mkbupp Sunset in Ides. Photo by @uh_neil Join us tonight from 7-9 pm for Brooklyn Art Library Sessions, an event series featuring artists from The Sketchbook Project discussing their work both in an out of the project. A cash bar will be open in the cellar for the event. (Sketchbook by @girlinlandscape) Birthday treats for @jenvoie The Sketchbook Project presents 'Supply Closet', a pop-up shop and exhibition from August 24th-30th. Supply closet is an unexpected diversion from busy Wythe Ave, and feels almost like an art store speakeasy. The shop can be found down the steps of the screening room and cellar. #thesketchbookproject