7. Living Gallery

Tucked away next to an autoshop on 1094 Broadway in Brooklyn, you can’t miss the colorful mural that adorns the entrance of this grassroots art and performance space. The Living Gallery is available for rent during the day when they are not hosting either art workshops or hosting community outreach programs for local residents. And of course, the Gallery serves as a venue at night by hosting a wide array of up and coming bands for a generous price. There is even a backyard for when things get too sweaty inside.