|"Bubbles of Hope," a procession of the bubble-clad multitudes by Andrey Bartenev, takes place Saturday from 12 - 2 p.m.|
Everyone enjoys different art, and there's way too much to see it all. Here a just a few exhibits that we want to visit. We'll post more tomorrow after we visit the Festival. (Note the "Bubbles of Hope" procession, which you can join in, takes place on Saturday from noon - 2 p.m.)
Ship of Tolerance by Russian artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov and hundreds of schoolkids (whose painting were sewn together to make the sails) arrived in DUMBO on Friday.
BattleFest is a NYC dance battle league for extreme street dancers. Dancers battle one on one in an arena surrounded by fans. They battle until only one dancer is left
Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, made up of actors who have experienced homelessness, presents "Concrete Justice." The actors use trash and found materials as props and incorporate clowning and circus artistry.
creatAR Monster Island live with creatAR and attempt a rescue from the island he created at the 2011 DUMBO Arts Festival. The entire event will be seen and heard on people's smartphones and tablets.
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