in New York City
New York, April, 2024
New York, April, 2024
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New York City needs no introduction. If there was a world capital, that would be it. Everyone has heard of NYC, and almost everyone has an interest in it. Even people who hate New York have an interest in New York. The skyline seen from across the Hudson River, one belongs to it instantly, in its breath-catching promise of all the opportunity in the world.
Walk in the blinding lights of Times Square, catch the best view of NYC from the Empire State Building, find Washington Crossing the Delaware at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, cross the Brooklyn Bridge towards Manhattan, spread out a blanket in Central Park and breathe it all in. There’s something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.
All the city has recently lacked was a professional iOS conference, and we’re here to bring it.
Roulette is a world-renowned non-profit presenter of experimental music, dance, and intermedia art founded in 1978 during the avant-garde Alternative Space Movement. The movement’s ethos was to provide unconventional spaces away from institutional and commercial constraints. The Artist-run venue is currently nestled alongside YWCA and continues to provide artists and musicians with a warm and nurturing space to create and perform in, known for being the widest-ranging music presenter in the city.
With a 400-seat auditorium, the recently renovated 1927 beaux-arts theatre has maintained its historic charm, while giving modern comforts to its visitors. Roulette features a dramatic proscenium and charming balcony, unsurpassed acoustics and sight lines, and superb production equipment. It is conveniently located a block away from the Barclays Center and Atlantic Terminal in Downtown Brooklyn.