The Art of Dopeness: May Day Women’s Showcase!


There are many ways to express yourself—to create, as well as to form a groove, a rhythm, an enduring path of self-evolution. We Do Dope $#!+!!! is about all those ways, a collective of creators whose crafts range from music, to visual arts, to cooking. Come out for a night of self-discovery and celebration of the many ways of dopeness. Find your people, and your art. 

Please welcome Guest Curators We Do Dope $#!+!!! for the month of May at Endless Arts Gallery!

Thank you to Isaac Fried, Blurb Writer Extraordinaire!

Featuring The Art of Dopeness Artists:

Jennifer Mohamed

Dannie Pierce

Hannah Soule Powderly

Sheila Prevost

Kim Rosebud Art

Darcy Smyth

vedhead Photography

Rochelle White

Music by DJ Monday Blue

Hope to see everyone there!

Festivities will run Sunday, May 1st, 12-6 P.M. EST

Endless Life Brewing, 585 Franklin Avenue, Crown Heights, Brooklyn, 11238

Two blocks from Franklin Ave subway stop (C/S) and three from Bedford-Nostrand stop (A/C).

Nice walk from Clinton-Washington subway stop (C) and Bedford-Nostrand stop (G) with many cafes, restaurants, and pubs in between.

Please note:

– Free event! (Donations for the artists are always welcome. #SupportLivingArtists)

– Dogs and children welcome, must be supervised at all times. Please remember this a friendly, welcoming spot, but still a brewery and kids/pups love to discover dangerous things that moment we blink.

– Snacks served at location, but feel free to bring your own food. No outside alcohol permitted.

– Non-alcoholic beverages sold or bring your own. You’re not required to drink and we don’t want any sense of pressure to drink alcohol be the reason you don’t attend. No judgements, no requirements, it’s there if you want it, but more importantly, we want you to have fun and feel safe.

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Kelly M. Coffey is a creative in the industries of photography and craft beer brewing. Originally from New York City, this cosmic dreamer found inspiration for vedhead Photography from her lifetime of adventures around the world capturing authentic street scenes and soulful people in the most present of moments. Her work has been exhibited and published in print + digital formats throughout New York’s café’s, publications, media, businesses, and galleries. Samples of her work can be found at

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