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Aegon Tennis Championships
June 20, 2017 - June 23, 2017
Citypoint, London

The Aegon Tennis Championships have begun at Queen’s Club in London and we are streaming them in the City for free!

Relevant Times:

20th – 23rd June from 12 PM daily

(Streaming begins from 2 PM)

 

Head to our plaza at Citypoint every day from 20th – 23rd June and pull up a deck chair on the lawn. If you fancy staying on into the evening, we have a selection of classic movies playing, complimented by delicious refreshments from our Meating Point traders.

To purchase tickets for the film nights please visit: The Nomad Website

 

Après Wednesdays
June 14, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Brookfield Place New York, New York

Kick back and relax on the Terrace every Wednesday all summer long! With live music, film screenings, and more, Brookfield Place is where you’ll want to unwind this season.

 

APRÉS WEDNESDAY ACTIVITIES

 

Astrology Lounge | 5 – 8 PM

Are your stars aligned? Step into our astrology lounge to gaze into your future with Samuel Reynolds and tarot reader Yoyin Alake.

 

DJ set by Natasha Diggs

One of the most versatile and well respected DJs in the world, Natasha Diggs will spin an eclectic sound featuring hip hop, soul, funk, latin, rock, house, reggae, afro-brazilian, disco, and beyond every Wednesday for this series.

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

June 14 | Roberto Poveda

Let the infectious and compelling Latin sound of Robert Poveda soothe your soul, with influences from bolero, salsa, rumba, samba, hip-hop, and jazz.

 

June 21 | Celebrate PRIDE Week!

The performance for this week’s Aprés Wednesdays has been changed! Don’t worry, you can still enjoy a FREE Live DJ set and Astrology Lounge on the Terrace at Brookfield Place. We’ll also be celebrating PRIDE Week from 6-9 pm with a Silent Auction Soiree and BPNY’s #LoveIs Letters Project Kick Off.

For more information on the Silent Auction Soiree, visit BrookfieldPlaceNY.com/events/LOVEIS19

 

June 28 | Animation Night!

Curated film screening. Stay tuned for an announcement on this week’s film!

 

July 5 | Miko de Leon

Experience Portland native, Miko de Leon’s soulful vocals with a hint of folk-style lyricism.

 

July 12  | Avalon Jazz Band

Take a trip back to 1930-40’s Hot Club de France, with this Parisian jazz band founded by Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli.

 

July 26 | Animation Night!

Curated film screening. Stay tuned for an announcement on this week’s film!

 

August 2 | Hot Hand Band

One stop party band inspired by Nola/jazz/funk/hip-hop trio, featuring Kevin Moehringer (trombone), Ray Cetta (bass), & Kevin Raczka (drums).

 

August 9 | Justina Maria Soto

Vocalist, songwriter, and session singer, Justina Soto, is set to perform a blend of pop, electronic, and jazz arrangements.

 

August 16 | Animation Night!

Curated film screening. Stay tuned for an announcement on this week’s film!

Lunchtime Listening: Friends of Chamber Music
April 4, 2017 - April 25, 2017
1801 California, Denver

For the third year, Arts Brookfield partners with Friends of Chamber Music to bring world-class chamber music to the downtown Denver community. Pack your lunch and visit 1801 California every Tuesday in April for Lunchtime Listening: Friends of Chamber Music at 1801 California. 

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE | TUESDAYS

April 4         Yuanmiao Li and Quanshuai Li, violin duo

Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver

 

April 11       Altius Quartet, string quartet

 

April 18       Trio Thessalia, violin, viola, and double bass trio

Colorado Symphony Orchestra

 

April 25       Avium Quartet

Lamont School of Music

 

ABOUT FRIENDS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

Since 1954, Friends of Chamber Music has been the premier presenter of chamber music in the Denver area. The mission of Friends of Chamber Music is to present the finest chamber music performances to the Denver metropolitan area for the enrichment of diverse audiences; to introduce chamber music to new audiences; and to provide education and outreach programs for children and adults in the community. Friends of Chamber Music annually offers a series of concerts including string quartets, piano trios, soloists, and mixed chamber ensembles. Artists and ensembles are the best available on the international concert scene. Friends of Chamber Music is a volunteer organization.

 

 

Chinese New Year
January 30, 2017
Brookfield Place Perth, Perth

Brookfield Place will be immersed in Chinese New Year festivities for two weeks from January 30, with the China Musings: A Fashion Journey exhibition to form the centerpiece of our celebrations on display in the main lobby. There will also be lion dance performances, Tai Chi Classes and other traditional celebration activities as detailed below.

 

A Fashion Journey in the Tower 1 Lobby
Jan. 30 – Feb. 11 | 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

An enchanting story of Chinese and Australian style will come to life in Brookfield Place for an exclusive new exhibition, China Musings: A Fashion Journey. Twelve of WA’s leading designers have been commissioned by Fashion Council WA to create a bespoke couture outfit for the showcase, which forms part of the 2017 Lunar Style Celebration and coincides with Chinese New Year.

 

Tai Chi in the Main Square

Monday, January 30

Wednesday, February 1

Friday, February 3

7:15 AM – 7:35 AM

Discover why Tai Chi is steeped in mystery, its origins and benefits. It’s more than just an exercise to align the mind, body and spirit. Suitable for first timers, beginners and advanced practitioners. This is a unique opportunity to share with one of the world’s leading teachers of Chen Style Tai Chi and current holder of a Kung Fu 8th Degree Red Belt at Brookfield.

 

Lion Dancing Performance in the Café Court
Monday, January 30 | 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Come feed the lions at 12.30 PM! Celebrate the festivities and unique lion dancing ceremony by Ging Mo this Chinese New Year. These exciting dances ward off all the ‘evil’ spirits and help welcome the new year of the Rooster.

Brookfield Tenant Art Exhibit
January 23, 2017 - February 22, 2017
Republic Plaza, Denver

The Brookfield Tenant Art Exhibit features artwork by employees and family members of 1801 California and Republic Plaza. Works in this biennial exhibit represent a variety of mixed media, including drawing, painting, photography, and sculpture.

Join us for a reception and award presentation on Thursday, February 2 to celebrate the exhibiting artists.

 

OPENING RECEPTION

Thursday, February 2 | 4:30 – 7 PM

 

Featured Artists from 1801 California

Brookfield Properties
Angela Elaine Lombard, relative of Penfield Tate-Belton

Butler Snow
Weston Keyes, relative of Melanie Keyes
Devon Keyes, relative of Melanie Keyes
Melanie Keyes

CenturyLink
Olivia Couch, relative of Joy McConnell-Couch
Alison McKelvy
Joy Couch

Crestone Peak Resources
Kay Butler

Guard & Grace
Kenneth Howell

Ibotta
Charlotte Bassin, relative of Scott Bassin
Courtney Allen
Whit Haynes, relative of Melissa Haynes

Kutak Rock LLP
Daun Knight, relative of Jason Rollinger

Molson Coors Brewing Company
Laura Bruggeman
Mitchell Beamer, relative of Lisa Voit
Jessica Beamer, relative of Lisa Voit
Daniel Stern

RBC Capital Markets
Holly White, relative of Nicole Brunswig

RBC Wealth Management
Elizabeth Lo, relative of Lisa Lo

Send Grid
Graham Gall, relative of Jim Gall

Squire Patton Boggs
David Wayne Hill, relative of Cydney Hill

Transamerica
Tabitha McCue
Jenny Goring
Phil Cipri, relative of Marcie Carvalho

 

Featured Artists from Republic Plaza:

Brookfield Properties
Rachel Fleming, relative of Hannah Fleming
Barry Hilleary, relative of Patrick Hilleary

DCP Midstream
Steven Jay Barraza, relative of Daniel Osthoff
Clyde Whitmarsh, relative of Valerie Whitmarsh

Denver Investments
Dontrell T. Bradford Jr., relative of LaTerrell Bradford
Sierra Barela, relative of Mike Barela

Encana Oil & Gas
Brian Reischl, relative of Wendelyn Reischl
Wendelyn Reischl
Susan Most, relative of Matt Most
Rachel Most, relative of Matt Most
Caroline Kelley
Ken Dvorak 

Extraction Oil & Gas
Elvira Lyons

JP Morgan
Karen Hanes
Timothy Collins
Chip Bromfield, relative of Mary Bromfield

Spencer Fane LLP
Ashley Orcutt Johnson
Aubrey Rudy

Starbucks
Kyle Warkentin 

Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell
Tom Wade
Reid Neureiter

Venoco, LLC
Brian Donovan

Light Up Luminaries
First Wish Holiday Celebration
December 1, 2016
Brookfield Place New York, New York

Light Up Luminaries is a free community holiday event to kick off Luminaries, the spectacular light installation and new holiday tradition at Brookfield Place. Join us for fun performances, free ice skating on the waterfront, hot chocolate, sweet treats and more! Hosted by your favorite MC’s Tracey and Mason, Santa is the star of the show, arriving red carpet-style at 5:30PM to cast the first holiday wish, then leading a parade to his newly designed winter chalet for photo memory-making. Be sure to bring your wish lists!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

ALL NIGHT
Sweet Treats
Ice Skating on The Rink
Luminaries Wishing

5:00 PM
The Mistletones Performs Holiday Favorites
Winter Garden

5:25 PM
Santa Parade with Hungry March Band
Winter Garden

5:35 PM
First Wish
Winter Garden

5:45 PM
Members of NYC Gay Men’s Chorus Perform Holiday Classics
Winter Garden

6:00 PM
Santa arrives at his Winter Chalet for the Season
230 Vesey Shops, 2nd Level

6:25 PM
The Mistletones
Pavilion

6:45 PM
Ice Skating Performance
The Ice Rink at Brookfield Place

7:00 PM
Luminaries Show
“Carol of the Bells” by The Bird and The Bee
Winter Garden

7:05 PM
Hungry March Band
Winter Garden

7:30 PM
Luminaries Show
“Winter Wonderland” by Michael Bublé
Winter Garden

7:35 PM
The Mistletones
230 Vesey Shops

8:00 PM
Luminaries Show
“Silver Bells” by Tony Bennett
Winter Garden

8:05 PM
Mistletones
Winter Garden

Hungry March Band
Plaza

 

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:

The Mistletones

The Mistletones, a holiday a cappella quartet, have been spreading cheer for the past 10 years! With an upbeat, fun and festive feel, their music ranges from classic carols to modern holiday songs with arrangements that have a contemporary sound.

 

Hungry March Band

Hungry March Band fuses street band tradition with raw power and performance art antics. The band’s huge sound links traditional big band with free jazz and connects the sonic space between punk rock and global brass. This is what it looks like when the majorettes go AWOL, team up with the band geeks and throw an after-hours costumed dance party in the town square.

 

Members of New York City Gay Men’s Chorus

New York City Gay Men’s Chorus is a world-class, world-renowned New York institution and a pioneering voice for the LGBTQ community. Together, talented singers of various ages, backgrounds, and experiences produce a vibrant sound and energy that audiences can feel and connect with. Through the power of this sound and spectacular performances, the NYCGMC are fearless champions for love, equality, and acceptance.

Heartstreets in Concert
Heartstreets
December 1, 2016
First Canadian Place, Toronto

Heartstreets – the Montreal duo whose sound blends hip hop, R&B, and soul – go way back. Meeting first at nine years old, Gab Godon and Emma Beko immediately bonded over music. “We used to do hip-hop choreography together for shows in elementary school,” Beko has said. “Then in high school, we would sing on the bus and stuff like that.”

Fast forward fifteen years and Godon and Beko have released their debut EP, You and I, to much acclaim. In “Crawling South,” the first single released from the EP, Godon’s sultry voice comes together perfectly with Beko’s rap-style storytelling to reflect on a relationship that came apart. The heartbreaker, which charted at number six on Spotify’s Viral 50 Chart, was released with a video showing the heartbroken sifting through a “break-up box” of memorabilia. Complex said of the song that it “mirrors that gut-wrenching feeling of blowing the dust off the top of that box, and digging into a trove of memories, good and bad, like some kind of wistful relationship archaeologist.”

 

Mural by Juan Pineda
Open through 2017
October 13, 2016 - December 31, 2017
Three Bethesda Metro Center, Bethesda

Arts Brookfield, together with Bethesda Urban Partnership, has commissioned Juan Pineda, a Washington, D.C. artist, to create a new public art mural at Bethesda Metro Center. The project is part of the second installment of “Paint the Town,” an initiative to promote more public art murals in downtown Bethesda.

Judges from Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District and Arts Brookfield chose Juan from a pool of 50 talented local artists. Juan’s concept for the mural features bold, interlocking patterns and colors that will transform the plaza and create a vibrant passageway from downtown Bethesda to the Metro; a captivating piece of public art that highlights the community’s commitment to the arts.

 

PUBLIC DEDICATION: Thursday, October 13 | 10:30 AM

 

ABOUT JUAN PINEDA:

Juan Pineda has been painting murals in the greater Washington, D.C. area since the mid-1990’s. His distinct style, often characterized as urban-contemporary, can be seen in his murals in Crystal City/WeWork, Petworth, Howard University, Adams Morgan and elsewhere. Pineda received the Proclamation Award from the City of Hyattsville for his mural, “In Memory of Freddy.” He also specializes in restoration and preservation of public work and was recognized by the The Washington Post for restoring the only remaining outdoor Latino mural in Adams Morgan entitled, “A People without Murals is a Demuralized People.”

Sydney Fringe Silent Disco
September 22, 2016
World Square, Sydney

Come alive at the Square with the Sydney Fringe Silent Disco. Drop your bags, grab a feed and dance up a storm under our starry lights! Late night shopping has never been more exciting.

 

The Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation
June 10, 2016 - July 7, 2016
Brookfield Place New York, New York

A waiver must be signed to enter The Swings area. We encourage everyone to click HERE and sign the waiver in advance to make the line process quicker. This installation is first come, first served on-site, even if the waiver is signed in advance. The line might close at 7pm or at a time we can reasonable accommodate everyone in line.

Swing and experience collective music-making in this interactive art installation! The Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation is a giant, collective musical instrument that brings together people of all ages and backgrounds. Each swing represents one of four instruments—piano, harp, guitar, vibraphone—and triggers sound when participants swing back and forth. As certain melodies emerge through cooperation between players, The Swings fosters a sense of community and ownership of public space.

Created by Daily tous les jours, a Montreal-based design studio with a focus on participation and collective experience, the original 21 Swings new media art installation has attracted millions to the Quartier des spectacles area in Montreal, where each swing is swung an average of 8,500 times daily. A proven track record for encouraging collaborations and sparking conversation between strangers, The Swings bring vibrancy to an empty space by encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to gather and experiment.

The Swings was made possible with generous support from the Counseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ).

 

Waiver rules: 

  • Anyone who enters The Swings area must sign a waiver or have a parent/guardian sign for them.
  • A parent/guardian must sign a waiver for anyone under 18 years of age.
  • Children under 36” tall must swing on a parent/guardian’s lap. They cannot be on a swing by themselves or left unattended.

RULES:

·         No Standing

·         No Jumping

·         Hold on Tight

·         Not Too High

·         Take Turns

·         Parental Supervision Mandatory

THE SWINGS is a new media art installation, not a playground.

Weather: The Swings will close due to weather conditions such as rain and wind. Any delays or closures will be noted on this listing.

Peak Times: During peak times, participants will be limited to 5 minute turns inside The Swings area.


About Daily tous les jours
Daily tous les jours is an interaction design studio with a focus on participation in public spaces. Their projects re-enchant everyday life and stimulate playful encounters, conversations, and ultimately, ignite in people a sense of what is possible. They craft interactive pieces that connect people to their surroundings, and to each other, using the means of our times.

The studio’s work has won numerous international recognitions including Best in Show at the 2013 Interaction Design Awards and the Grand Prize at the 2014 UNESCO Shenzhen Design Awards. It has been featured in publications such as Frame Magazine, Fast Company, International New Landscape Hong Kong, Scalpel, blogs such as Design Boom, Dezeen, PSFK, This Is Colossal, and Oprah’s OWN channel. For more information on Daily tous les jours, please visit dailytouslesjours.com.

Facebook:           facebook.com/themusicalswings
Instagram:          @musicalswings

Street Pianos
September 28, 2015 - October 30, 2015
Brookfield Place Perth, Perth

Create and appreciate spontaneous music throughout October as three decorated street pianos are installed throughout Brookfield Place. The pianos are available to be played and enjoyed by any member of the community.

Good Food Month at World Square
September 18, 2015
World Square, Sydney

World Square will serve up an outrageous amount of food, wine and festivities as part of October’s Good Food Month with live cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs including various My Kitchen Rules and Masterchef favourites such as Luke Hines and Courtney Roulston.

Beginning on Thursday 1 October and running until Friday 30 October, World Square will come alive as it showcases taste sensations and different restaurants from 12pm to 2pm.

Catering to all types of fabulous foodies World Square will be offering five weeks of cooking master classes, celebrity cook-offs and live entertainment.

However, if you fancy a little inspiration to get yourself into the kitchen, look no further than the celebrity cook-offs. As My Kitchen Rules contestants Luke Hines and Scott Gooding, Cathy and Anna, Carly and Tresne, Vikki and Helena and Masterchef contestant Courtney Roulston will be popping in to showcase some of their delicious dishes.

In The Loop
December 12, 2014
Brookfield Place New York, New York

Get crafty for a cause at this monthly knitting and crochet gathering guided by fiber artist Ina Braun. Bring hooks and needles, yarn and patterns are provided. Completed pieces will be donated to Win, a non-profit organization that provides New York City’s homeless mothers and their children with the support services they need to transform their lives. For more information on Win, visit winnyc.org.

December Patterns & Tools

Knit Bunny: US #7 (4.5 mm) double pointed needles

Crochet Edged Shawl: Size A (1.5 mm) crochet hook or any small steel hook

 

This Friday, December 12 will be the last session of In The Loop at Brookfield Place New York. Arts Brookfield would like to formally thank all those who participated and donated their time and creative energy to help others in need. A very special thank you to Ina Braun for her lending her expertise and support in leading the group for the past 7 years!

For more details on fiber arts in the future, please visit: http://www.tantesophie.com/

In The Loop
November 21, 2014
Brookfield Place New York, New York

Get crafty for a cause at this monthly knitting and crochet gathering guided by fiber artist Ina Braun. Bring hooks and needles for fall projects, which include hats, cowls, and slippers. Yarn and patterns are provided. Completed pieces will be donated to Win, a non-profit organization that provides New York City’s homeless mothers and their children with the support services they need to transform their lives. For more information on Win, visit winnyc.org.

 

Completed projects are due at the next session (December 12). Please return the project even if unfinished. We want to collect and donate as many items as possible in a timely manner.

 

November Patterns & Tools

Knit Mittens: US #10 (6.5 mm) straight needles or 24” circulars

Crochet Fingerless Mittens: Size I (5.5 mm) crochet hook

In The Loop
October 17, 2014
Brookfield Place New York, New York

Get crafty for a cause at this monthly knitting and crochet gathering guided by fiber artist Ina Braun. Bring hooks and needles for fall projects, which include hats, cowls, and slippers. Yarn and patterns are provided. Completed pieces will be donated to Win, a non-profit organization that provides New York City’s homeless mothers and their children with the support services they need to transform their lives. For more information on Win, visit winnyc.org.

 

Completed projects are due at the next session (November 21). Please return the project even if unfinished. We want to collect and donate as many items as possible in a timely manner.

 

October Patterns & Tools

Knit Slippers: US #8 (5.0 mm) short bamboo needles or 24” circular needle

Crochet Slippers: Size M (9.0 mm) crochet hook