This weekend, Goddamn Cobras Collective will be slithering into our “fall season” with a multi-level, multi-medium exhibit at our space as part of Greenpoint Open Studios. GOS is this upcoming weekend’s celebration/promotion of Greenpoint visual and performing artists (check out the GOS website for the incredibly full schedule, maps, etc.).

Our home/studio/compound will be open throughout GOS (Saturday & Sunday, 12-6 p.m.), featuring:

• Prints from photojournalist Danny Ghitis‘ “Land of Oś” project
• Photos from Celia Talbot Tobin’s “The Gorges” series
• Polaroids from photographer Charley Parden
• Video installation from Cobra Luke, made of “compartmentalized and reapropriated audio and images.”
• Cobra music videos (including a new, epic 9-minute jam with Brooklyn duo Bow Ribbons and friends covering an old Moondog/Big Brother & the Holding Co. song
• Photos from Justin Andrew Johnson (better known ’round these parts as Bearclaw).
• New works from photojournalist Jackie Snow.
• Paintings from Molly Brolin

Also, Other surprises. // And a teepee.

Cobras will also be scattered throughout the neighborhood this weekend:

Boomslang (Goddamn Cobras’ performance wing) is hosting a Saturday night cabaret at the GOS Performance Gallery at Lutheran Church of Messiah, 144 Russell Avenue, Sunday, 7 p.m. // Featuring Baby Skin Glove, Arm and el Beau, The Aztec Economy, , Jason Gray Platt, Sister Sylvester and more. Hosted by Greenpoint’s own Rich Awn of Green Air Radio.

Zebros, our house band, will be playing during the GOS opening ceremonies (Friday at 8 // Greenpoint Gallery) and at Boomslang’s Sunday night cabaret. They also invite you to come jam out behind the cobra compound Saturday night.

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