Issue Project Room

400 Carroll Street
In its brief history Issue Project Room has earned a place as one of the most important performance/art spaces in NYC, primarily for its consistent presentation of new and artistically challenging material.Its unique location - a two-story silo in a ... more

In its brief history Issue Project Room has earned a place as one of the most important performance/art spaces in NYC, primarily for its consistent presentation of new and artistically challenging material.Its unique location - a two-story silo in a post-industrial margin of Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal- and its encouraging curatorial attitude have created a congenial atmosphere for musicians, writers, artists and audiences.


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400 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
718-330-0313
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  • Train to Carroll St (fourth stop in Brooklyn from Manhattan). Exit at back of train. Walk 2.5 blocks from stop down Carroll.
  • Train to Union St. Walk 3 blocks west on Union, make left onto Nevins St., 2 blocks to Carroll St., turn right and walk over the bridge.

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