- Art on View: Galleries and Outdoor Spaces Re-Opening in NYC - July 17, 2020
- (DISCOUNT) Secret Summer Presents SSUNDAZE - July 10, 2020
- Black-Owned Businesses in Hospitality to Support Now and Always - June 25, 2020
25 Kent Avenue
Powered by a mix of breathtaking film, 4D technology, and immersive sensations, this one-of-a-kind art installation will allow you to experience a year in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Prepare to be awed by America’s last great wilderness and get up close and personal with herds of caribou, arctic foxes, migratory birds, and polar bears. With over 66 million pixels of projected video, 20 channels of sound, custom scents, atmospheric elements, and tactile sensations, you’ll be transported to the Arctic Refuge without ever leaving Brooklyn.
After decades of protection, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge — one of the few undeveloped places on Earth and a sacred place for the Gwich’in people — is about to be opened to oil drilling. We’re building a movement to fight back against Big Oil and defend this incredible land, and the first step is showing people all that’s at stake. After enveloping yourself in the magic of the Arctic Refuge, you’ll be able to join others taking a stand to stop Big Oil.
The Plug: The Arctic Refuge Experience runs October 24th – 26th: 12-8pm and October 27th: 11am-7pm. Tickets are $10. The Arctic Refuge Experience is presented by The Wilderness Society and the Gwich’in Steering Committee, in conjunction with the Arctic Refuge Defense Coalition.
NYC Plugged Readers get 20% off their tickets with promo code ‘NYCPLUGGED’This is a Sponsored Post