Events at FEELS NYC

December 2019

What’s Happening In December? Heaps of FEELS Holiday fun! Thank you for asking!

We love a killer party, and so we are happy to announce six super exciting events in the merry month of December. Oh, and by the way, on December 21st, IT’S OUR ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! YAY! We want to celebrate with and say thanks to YOU, our wonderful community, for supporting us. There will be FEELS deals, free drinks, and loving thank-you hugs.

Gifts are our middle name this winter, so please check out our website and Instagram @feelsnyc to view the vintage collection and the brand spanking new array of lovely items for those special giftees in your life.

December 1st 
Tuyo NYC Pop-up + drinks 3-6 pm Sunday 

We welcome our friends at Tuyo NYC. Pop in to view their beautiful artisan made porcelain copitas, or small cups, as traditionally used for drinking mezcal. Learn how the copitas are made, sample mezcal, and take home an elegant addition to your bar. 

December 7th
“Meat, Drawings on Ceramic and Paper” + drinks 6-9 pm Saturday 

Roxie Vizcarra transforms our walls with new drawings on ceramic and paper! All works for sale. Roxie worked as a senior illustrator at Rockstar Games for ten years. Her oeuvre is strong and varied and we are proud to welcome her work to the shop.

December 8th
FEELS at Pop-up 11-4 pm Sunday at 753 Onderdonk Ave  Ridgewood, NY 

Feels will have a rack of special vintage plus artworks for sale at this wonderful community space, Supermoon Art Space. Come learn more about Supermoon and enjoy this one-of-a-kind art/vintage/zine holiday fair.

December 13th
Reading/Performance + drinks 7-9 pm Friday 

Picasso-Machinery mastermind Pete Simonelli returns to Feels for a reading entitled “Sucker For Nothing,” followed up by “Pretty Boss,” by Mitchell Feldstein, formerly of the legendary Dischord band Lungfish and finally, RAFT, A.K.A. Pat Noecker, co-owner of FEELS. 

December 15th
FEELS at
Pop-up 79 N 11th Street 12-8 pm Sunday 

Le Souk Market Holiday Pop-Up at Brooklyn Brewery. We will join unique makers in the jolliest of places, a brewery! We will have special vintage plus Feels NYC merch.

*December 21st
Pop up 3-7 pm + Year one anniversary party! 7-9pm Saturday 

We welcome the work of Camille Hempel long-time Brooklyn-based jeweler and shop owner who recently relocated to Minneapolis.  CM has created a joyous lapel-pin project: Love Medals.

Inspired by the challenge of making Valentines gifts for her gender-fluid loves, the pins

resolved the conundrum of what can be gifted — and meaningful — to anyone. Her work will be displayed and for sale between 3-7pm. And then we crank up our anniversary celebration.  

Come join us for all of these events. We couldn’t have made it a great year without you!

Art Opening | Saturday, May 4th, 2019. 6–8PM
Marshall LaCount
"How We Are Likely to Feel When Our Needs Are Being Met"

Reading | April 24th, 2019. 7PM
Bob Bert
From "I'm Just the Drummer"

Art Opening | April 6th, 2019. 6–8PM
"All Good All the Time"
Paintings and drawings by Mike Zimmerman


Reading | March 28th, 2019

Ed Askew, Dylan Angell, Jaye Bartell

Reading at Feels NYC March 28th, 2019

Ed Askew is a painter and singer-songwriter who lives in New York City. Born in Stamford, Connecticut, he moved to New Haven to study painting at Yale Art School in 1963 and took up, more or less, permanent residence there until leaving for New York in 1987.


After graduating from art school in 1966, Askew was called up for the draft. Not feeling particularly enthusiastic about going to war at age 26 (the Navy tried to convince him that he should apply for officer training!), he looked for a teaching job and found work at a private prep school in Connecticut. It was while teaching he started making songs; he also acquired his Martin Tiple at this time. "I must have written 25 songs that semester; all of the material on Unicorn and possibly some stuff on Little Eyes."

The singer-songwriter moved to New York for a few months n 1967 where he met Bernard Stolman of ESP Disk', who offered him a contract. Between 1968 and 1986, Ed lived, mostly, in New Haven; doing occasional shows with his band, and later doing solo shows there.

Around 1987, Ed moved to New York City, where he continues to write and record songs, and occasionally perform.

https://www.dragcity.com/artists/ed-askew

Dylan Angell is a North Carolinian who is currently based in Queens, New York. In 2016 he released the book, An Index of Strangers Whom I Will Never Forget A-Z, via his Basic Battles Books imprint. He has collaborated on two books with photographer Erin Taylor Kennedy; 2017’s I'll Just Keep On Dreaming And Being The Way I Am and 2018’s Beyond the Colosseum. He has been published in Fanzine, Fluland, Parhelion, The Travelin’ Appalachians Revue and Sleaze Magazine.

http://neutralspaces.co/dylanangell

Jaye Bartell was born in Massachusetts, has lived in Asheville, NC and Buffalo, NY, and currently lives in NYC. He releases music through Sinderlyn Records, including Loyalty (2015) and Light Enough (2016), and In a Time of Trouble a Wild Exultation (2017). He was especially active with poetry in Asheville and Buffalo, during which times he released several books independently and through House Press.

https://jbartell.bandcamp.com

 

Art Opening | February 27th, 2019
"A NEW WHIRLED ORDER"

Works by STO LEN

Feb 28 – March 28

Subverting the techniques of suminagashi (or floating ink), Sto uses this ancient Japanese printmaking process to create floating paintings on water using oil paint, natural debris, and even pollutants found in the waterways of New York and beyond. These "tsunaminagashi" works are printed directly from the surface of water, creating ghostly imprints that contain both natural abstractions and anthropogenic residue. Colorful interventions on found paper, maps, Vietnamese war posters, wood and fabric create a magical cartography that remaps the global while worlding new worlds into being and unmaking the colonial universe. It is printmaking as visual incantation; a pictorial spell for the uncertainty of our future.

More at stoishere.com