While some might think artists and scientists don’t have much in common, the minds behind Pioneer Works seem to be different. On Friday, November 11, the nonprofit cultural center dedicated to building community through arts and science hosted its annual village fete, held to celebrate the 10th anniversary and honor Pioneer Works Marilyn and Jim Simons the Simons Foundation. True to its mission, creatives and artists could be found throughout the evening derrick adams, successor‘s Alexander skarsgard, and girl‘ Star Jemima Kirke Rub elbows and hit the dance floor with theoretical physicists and rocket scientists.
Co-chaired by Austin Hearst and creative director of Chloé Gabrielle Herz, The event boasted a “psychedelic dreams” dress code that encouraged guests to don their fanciest clothes. Appropriately, the red brick walls of the 19th-century ironworks building that Pioneer Works calls its Red Hook, Brooklyn home were lined with far-off visual art installations by Charles Atlas, whose exhibition “The Mathematics of Consciousness” was on view there. After cocktail hour and a DJ set Miho Hatori, Guests gathered in the main hall for dinner, remarks from the founder of Pioneer Works Dustin Yellin and science director Jana Levin, and a performance by Circuit des Yeux.
Skarsgård – clad in an Adidas track jacket – wasn’t the only one successor Star in it. He was joined by his other vertically blessed costar, Nicholas Brown, and the two towered over the other guests as they danced the night away, even while meals were being served. Also at her table was The whale director Darren Aronofsky, wears a patterned orange ensemble and shares a laugh with the two actors. After unveiling a model for the first-ever public observatory in New York City that Pioneer Works plans to build, Executive Director Austin Hearst heard the closing remarks maxine dalio, and founding director gabriel florence, and the celebrations continued on all three floors.
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