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Invisible Dog information
In a converted factory off Smith St, the Invisible Dog is an interdisciplinary arts center that embodies the spirit of Brooklyn's creativity. Frequent exhibitions are held on the ground floor, while artist studios upstairs sometimes throw open their doors for group shows. Plays, film screenings, music performances and the odd market all add to the cultural appeal of this community-focused arts center.