Tag: brooklyn

Gowanus Open Studios turns 21 on the 21st!

Gowanus Open Studios 2017 October 21 + 22 noon-6pm Click HERE to download a PDF MAP Calling all art lovers! The 21st Annual Gowanus Open Studios is happening in Brooklyn this weekend. The free, annual weekend event is a time for artists in the Gowanus neighborhood (and slightly beyond) to open their studio doors and welcome […]

Open Call: Group Exhibition at The Cluster Gallery in Brooklyn

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! Brooklyn Art Cluster / The Cluster Gallery is inviting artists of all medias to submit to a thematic group show for September. The exhibition title is Reflective Pool and will be curated by READart’s Heather Zises. Application deadline is August 8, 2017. For more information and to apply, please click HERE.  ABOUT THE […]

GREENPOINT OPEN STUDIOS 2016: APRIL 30 + MAY 1

This weekend in Brooklyn, more than 300 artists are opening up their studios to the public for Greenpoint Open Studios. Visitors from near and far will have the opportunity to engage directly with artists in their workspaces, while soaking up the rich cultural ambience of Greenpoint. GOS festivities will commence with a launch party on Friday night at […]

GOWANUS OPEN STUDIOS 2015 + CURATOR LED TOURS

Mark Your Calendars for a Weekend of Artsploration in Gowanus! Gowanus Open Studios 2015 takes place October 16-18, and you won’t want to miss it! 300+ Artist Studios will be open 12:00noon – 6:00pm on Saturday + Sunday and the streets will be abuzz with creative energy! Special Events and Curator-Led Art Tours will occur throughout the weekend. The Curator-Led Art Tours […]

Brooklyn is the New Black: Artists & Fleas

“Artists & Fleas is a community for those who love to sell and a destination for those who love to shop.”          –Artists & Fleas founders Amy Abrams and Ronen Gilmer For a decade now, Artists & Fleas has been showcasing a finely curated selection of works by emerging artists, designers, vintage collectors […]

Dear Boston, Love Brooklyn

As the bitter news of Monday’s explosions during the Boston Marathon descended upon the world, I grew increasingly sad and wistful.  Having grown up in a suburb right outside of Boston, this attack felt personal.  For as long as I can remember, my family and I would gather each year with friends on Heartbreak Hill to cheer on marathon […]

A Digital Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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February 23 / 2013