Big DUMBO arts party on Thursday

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This event is fit for a king.

DUMBO Arts Center hosts King Estate Winery — and guitarist Justin King — this month for a night of pinot, acoustic music and more on May 26.

The festivities are just the arts organization’s way of being a good neighbor.

“We moved into our new home in January and decided it was time for a glass of wine with our friends and neighbors, celebrating our community and the belated arrival of spring,” said Karl Erickson, executive director of the DUMBO Arts Center.

To that end, the evening will feature a wine tasting courtesy of King Estate Winery, music by the pioneering guitarist Justin King (of the King Estate Winery family), known for his intricate “slapping” style of play, and video art from the Leo Kuelbs Collection, curated by conceptual artist Richard Jochum.

“The videos are emblematic of the inspirational, eclectic spirit DUMBO Arts Center is intent on cultivating,” said Erickson. “So come on by!”

Video and Wine night at DUMBO Arts Center [111 Front St. between Washington and Adams streets in DUMBO, (718) 694-0831], May 26, 6-9 pm. Tickets $10. For info, visit

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