Observing at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn

Located at 159 Pioneer Street, in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Pioneer Works is a non-profit foundation that fosters multidisciplinary creativity in the arts and sciences.  Second Sundays is a free event series which features open studios with current artists in residence, live music, exhibitions and participatory programs exploring art, science, technology and education.  The AAA observes in the adjacent garden space as part of the Second Sundays series.  Weather permitting, we observe from 4PM to 10PM.



On Friday, November 3, Pioneer Works will present a special program with Janna Levin, Director of Sciences at Pioneer Works, speaking with Rai Weiss, co-recipient of 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics and principal architect of the LIGO project.  The AAA will observe in the garden following the talk, at 9:00 PM.



Second Sunday 2017 Dates

Jun 11
July 9
Aug 13
Sept 10
Oct 8
Nov 12
Dec 10



By Public Transportation
A C to Jay St.-MetroTech, then B61 to Red Hook (King street bus stop)
F G to Carroll St, then a 15 min walk through Carroll gardens
F G to Smith-9th St., then B61 to Red Hook (King street bus stop) or walk
R 2 3 4 5 to Borough Hall, then B61 to Red Hook

By Bicycle
Accessible via Brooklyn Greenway from York Street in DUMBO to Van Brunt St.

By Car
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to Atlantic Ave. exit. Make a left onto Columbia St. Then left onto Van Brunt, until you cross Pioneer street.

By Water Taxi
For schedule, visit nywatertaxi.com