Organizers behind the wild Cheryl parties held a tongue-in-cheek dance party funeral for Williamsburg, Brooklyn — well, their version of it, anyway — on Friday night at Glasslands Gallery (289 Kent Ave.), the alternative arts & music space that’s next in line to close (285 Kent closed in January and Death by Audio in November). Glasslands’ final night in business will be on New Year’s Eve. Vice magazine, which just celebrated its 20th birthday with a mega party on Friday, is taking over a lot of the spaces for its new offices. At Glasslands on Friday night, a coffin was solemnly carried through the crowd, and when it was placed on stage, the “Ghostbusters” theme song by Ray Parker, Jr. brought the room back to life. Later, performance art focused on the five stages of grief, with each stage written in big bubble letters (“DENIAL”) on a paper banner, which after it was unfurled by two people on the stage, was thrown down onto the dance floor and ripped to shreds by the crowd. Music was provided by DJ Nick, DJ Grandma Internet, and DJ Kripplebush. Photos by Skyler Reid for the Village Voice.