Have A Good Weekend: MS Paint, Masons, And Performance Art

October 10, 2014 | ANIMAL

Here are some art, film, music and other things happening in NYC so you can Have a Good Weekend. Drop your suggestions in the comments or to tips@animalnewyork.com.



In theaters: Critically acclaimed indie Whiplash, latest Bill Murray doing Bill Murray stuff in St. Vincent

Edward Snowden documentary premiere, Citizenfour at New York Film Festival (6PM, $20, Manhattan)

“HELLO, SELFIE! NYC,” a performance at Transfer Gallery (7PM, Free, Brooklyn)

Blackmail 9 readings at Mellow Pages (7PM, Free, Brooklyn)

AdHoc presents Code Orange Kids, Twitching Tongues, Soul Search at Palisades (8PM, $10, Brooklyn)

Hiro Kone, Lace Curtain, Eaters, Negative Supply at Silent Barn. (8PM, Free, Brooklyn)

9-12-13-med-rainSATURDAY 61°F LOW 46°F

Escape Music Festival Girl Talk, Moby, Yeasayer more (11AM, $65, Governor’s Beach)

MSPAINT drawing class with Aram Bartholl presented by Eyebeam, the new location. (2PM, Free, Brooklyn)

Dialogue with Laura Poitras, the journalist behind Ed Snowden leaks at Walter Reade Theater (4PM, Free, Manhattan)

Performance by Jake Dibeler at American Medium (7PM, Free, Brooklyn)

Premiere of Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance at New York Film Festival (7 times, $20, Manhattan)

Shark?, Couches & Larry and the Babes at Shea Stadium (8PM, $8, Brooklyn)

Start Making Sense, Talking Heads tribute at Brooklyn Bowl (11PM, $10, Brooklyn)

8-8-13sunSUNDAY 63°F LOW 52°F

Open House for new Eyebeam location (12PM, Free, Brooklyn)

Tour of the Masonic Lodge. (11AM, Free, Manhattan)

Cosmic Eye at 106 Green Gallery (6PM, Free, Brooklyn)

CBGB Fest at Cakeshop (7PM, $12, Manhattan)

Last chance to see Inherent Vice at the New York Film Festival. (9:30PM, $20, Manhattan)

(Photo: Jake Dibeler)