Every Saturday in May, Creative Time, The Fortune Society and artist Phil Collins (not that Phil Collins) have turned the iconic decommissioned firehouse in Tribeca into a school and dance hall for a project aimed at turning an "unconventional lens on the prison industrial complex." This Saturday is your last chance to participate in the event, called Bring Down The Walls, with a 24-hour mixture of seminars, discussions, and a dance party.

A discussion at Bring Down The Walls ( Photo by Akintola Hanif and Nema Etebar for Creative Time)

Saturday's theme encourages us to envision a society without prisons, with the Bronx Freedom Fund, which helps New Yorkers accused of misdemeanors make bail, Common Justice, a group that pinpoints solutions beyond incarceration, and Rise and Resist, which engages in direct action to uphold the values of democracy, equality, and civil rights. More information on that programming, which begins at noon, here.

The dance party begins at 10 p.m., with DJs and producers from the Brooklyn art collective Papi Juice, and will last until noon on Sunday.

Tickets are free, but you must RSVP here.