Have A Good Weekend: Drone Art, Strong-Thing And Zola Jesus

October 17, 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.

FRIDAY 72°F LOW 59°F  8-8-13sun-slow

In theaters: Michael Keaton gets real weird with it in Birdman, Guillermo Del Toro does animation in The Book of Life, Jason Schwartzman does his Jason Schwartzman impression in Listen Up PhillipAlso: Post-Apocalyptic thriller Young Ones and mad original 70’s graffiti documentary Stations of the Elevated.

Rick Silva’s Sky Burial opening at Transfer Gallery (7pm, free, Brooklyn)

Brain Scratch opening at NURTUREart (7pm, free, Brooklyn)

Cipher: Refraction at Culturehub (7pm, $5, Manhattan)

Oneida, Guerilla Toss at Secret Project Robot (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

Strong-Thing and Tender Prey at Spectacle (10pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Pulp Fiction at Nitehawk (11:55pm, $11, Brooklyn)

SATURDAY 68°F LOW 48°F  8-8-13sun-slow

Pratt Upload – Digital Arts Festival (10am – 10pm, free, Brooklyn)

DIY Drones at Apex Art  (1pm, $10, Manhattan)

Anton Perich Electric Paintings at Postmasters Gallery (5:30pm, free, Manhattan)

Nap tape release party w/ God Tiny, Pajama People, Inkmouth at The Neverlands  (9pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Rubulad Party at 269 Norman Ave (9pm, $10, Brooklyn)

Xiu Xiu, Yvette at Glasslands (8:30pm, $14, Manhattan)

The Simpsonsssssssssssssssssssssssss at Spectacle (12am, $5, Manhattan)

SUNDAY 54°F LOW 43°F 8-8-13partly-sunny

Arnold Mesches Next In Lines Series: The FBI Files at Life on Mars Gallery (2pm, free, Brooklyn)

Zola Jesus, Martin Rev (from Suicide), Lee Bannon at Webster Hall (8pm, $25, Manhattan)

The Big Sway, No Time Time, Pony Farm, Deacon Bill at Muchmore’s (9pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Don’t Deliver Us From Evil at Spectacle (10pm, $5, Brooklyn)

(Image: Rick Silva)