Archive for May, 2011

Art studio in Brooklyn- $360

May 30, 2011

From David Bates:
I have a newly renovated space in my basement that I’m renting out as an art
studio. I live one block from the Jefferson L stop, about 5 minutes from
Williamsburg and 15 minutes from Manhattan:

It’s a very clean, freshly painted space, about 12.5 x 12.5 with a storage
space about 7 x 4. Although it’s in a basement, there’s pretty good ceiling
height, about 8 feet. There are also a few small windows and nice lighting,
including new track lights. There’s access to a kitchen, slop sink,
bathrooms and backyard.

Because this space is in a part of our apartment, I’m looking for someone
who is trustworthy and responsible, not too loud, and who doesn’t use any
toxic materials or produce excessive dust in their art practice. The space
is $360 a month, plus $40 for utilities. A deposit of first and last
month’s rent and utilities is required.
Thanks

Dave
freedomburner@gmail.com

Go to the MFA show at Flux Factory before June 5

May 25, 2011

Check out the 2011 MFA Thesis Exhibition. I (Jenn) went Sunday and had a great time, as did my daughters who tried to send naughty postcards to their grandparents, commented on seeing penises, and made a collaborative work in Hector Madera-Gonzalez’s installation using lots of colored tape! We also picked out our favorite dots on Gregory Haye’s work – we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly.

Flux Factory is easy to get to and open every day from 1-6 – make the trip! The show is up until June 5.

Exhibiting Artists:

Linda Bernal <http://www.lindabernal.com/> , Julia Cocuzza <http://juliacocuzza.com/> , Gregory Hayes <http://gregory-hayes.com/> ,
Megan Hays <http://www.meganhays.com/> , Michele Liebler, Hector Madera-Gonzalez <http://hectormaderagonzalez.com/> ,
Allison Merz <http://allisonmerz.com/> , Madison Omahne <http://madisonomahne.blogspot.com/> , Ivan Rivera <http://piaculum.com/> ,
Nooshin Rostami <http://nooshinrostami.com/> , Natalie Taylor <http://www.natalierosetaylor.com/> , Boris Torres <http://www.boristorres.com/>
MEMORY PALACE
Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition 2011
Curated by: Adam Thompson
FLUX FACTORY <http://www.artslant.com/ny/venues/show/13341-flux-factory>
39-31 29th street
Long Island City, NY
Click here for Travel Directions <

May 20th – June 5th

Description:

Memory Palace – Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition 2011

The ‘memory palace’ is an ancient memorization technique, one which exploits the fact that our visual/spatial memory far outperforms our verbal and numerical memory. To memorize a long text or string of numbers, you can use a remembered architectural space (like a childhood home) as a mental storehouse for the new information. You can transform each to-be-remembered item into a dramatic, eccentric, unforgettable image, mentally insert these images into specific locations within the remembered space, and later ‘find’ it right where you left it.

This show resembles a memory palace, in that it is idiosyncratic rather than unified, and endeavors to make a virtue of this heterogeneity. The differences between images, experiences, personalities are what make them visible, meaningful, and memorable. We can’t help but categorize artworks, but when we do we inevitably obscure what most compels us about them. It is particularity–not generality–that arrests our attention.

The idiosyncrasy of visual expression renders art a perpetually uneasy collaborator with academe, since schools necessarily prioritize rational, categorical thought. But the title of this exhibition provides an analogy for how this collaboration can function productively; the memory palace technique requires both wildly varied imagery and a framework to anchor and link that imagery. In an MFA program, the school supplies the quantitative structures that order the experience–the space, the time, the schedules, the deadlines–and the students furnish the bureaucratic boxes with color, with strangeness, with life.

When the palace fragments, when the menagerie vanishes and the walls of the studios are once again whitewashed clean, these sundry art practices will likely find themselves in more isolated rooms. But while at Brooklyn College, this group of artists built a home from their differences, a place to which they can always return in their mind’s eye.

Adam Thomson

http://memorypalace2011.com/bc.html

Open Studios Bushwick: Andrew Robinson Brooklyn Professor

May 25, 2011

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I would like to invite you to the my open studio which is part of the
Bushwick Open Studios arts festival.

Please join us to see the many wonderful studios, events and exhibitions,
and/or come to the my studio to raise glass to summer at last. See you next
Friday, Saturday or Sunday if you are in NYC.

WHAT: Bushwick Open Studios

WHEN: 3 June Fri 5-7p, 4 June Sat + 5 June Sun 12-7p
WHERE: <http://www.acrstudio.com/contact/directions.html> 117 Grattan
Street Suite #309, Brooklyn, NY (Morgan L Subway Station)

More info about my studio here http://www.acrstudio.com <http://www.acrstudio.com/>

More info about the festival here
http://artsinbushwick.org/bos2011/directory/?listing=403

Hope to see you there!

Very Best,

Andrew

Andrew Cornell Robinson <http://www.acrstudio.com/> acrStudio Inc.

<http://www.acrstudio.com/> acrstudio100

arts + crafts research studio

We make things

C2011 acrStudio Inc.

Undergraduate Student Paid Internship in Art Museum Education: 2011-2012

May 21, 2011

Dear Educators,

It¹s my pleasure to invite your students to apply for The Rubin Museum of
Art¹s Apprentice Museum Educator (AME) Program, an Undergraduate Student
Paid Internship in Art Museum Education.

The Apprentice Museum Educator (AME) Program at the Rubin Museum of Art
provides essential hands-on skills to university students preparing for
future careers in arts or museum education. Program participants will leave
with an understanding of the inner workings of a museum education
department, Himalayan art and culture, and necessary public interrelation
and education skills that will prepare them for the future. Apprentices are
trained to utilize inquiry-based teaching strategies and receive weekly
training on the collection and special exhibitions. Apprentice duties
include giving tours to incoming school groups, assisting Museum Educators
to give offsite pre-visit lessons at schools, and assisting with Teen
Programs. Apprentices work closely with the Teen and College Program
Coordinator and receive mentorship by Education Staff.

To participate, students must:
· Be enrolled in an undergraduate program in a New York City College
or University (Education majors or strong interest in a future career in
Education encouraged)
· Be able to provide services for two consecutive semesters (Fall
and Spring)
· Work 15 hours per week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays)
· Be at least 18 years of age; have a Photo I.D.; Social Security
Card and email address.

Applications for the AME program are due June 10, 2011. Once applications
have been accepted, a formal interview process will begin in late June and
July. Program will start in early September. Please find all application
materials and a complete program description online at
http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/137 <http://www.rmanyc.org/pages/load/137> .

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me at (212)
620-5000 x337 or pnoyes@rmanyc.org <mailto:pnoyes> . We look
forward to hearing from your students.

Thank You,

Pauline Noyes

Pauline Noyes
Coordinator, Teen and College Programs

Rubin Museum of Art
150 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011
140 West 17th Street | staff and delivery entrance
212.620.5000 x337 | office
212.675.0105| fax
pnoyes@rmanyc.org

http://www.rmanyc.org <http://www.rmanyc.org> | facebook.com/rubinmuseum
<http://facebook.com/rubinmuseum> | twitter.com/rubinmuseum
<http://twitter.com/rubinmuseum>

RMA AME Application 2011.pdf

Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition 2011

May 17, 2011

Please join us in celebrating the opening of our 2011 MFA Thesis Exhibition. It will be a fantastic show!

Exhibiting Artists:

Linda Bernal <http://www.lindabernal.com/> , Julia Cocuzza <http://juliacocuzza.com/> , Gregory Hayes <http://gregory-hayes.com/> ,
Megan Hays <http://www.meganhays.com/> , Michele Liebler, Hector Madera-Gonzalez <http://hectormaderagonzalez.com/> ,
Allison Merz <http://allisonmerz.com/> , Madison Omahne <http://madisonomahne.blogspot.com/> , Ivan Rivera <http://piaculum.com/> ,
Nooshin Rostami <http://nooshinrostami.com/> , Natalie Taylor <http://www.natalierosetaylor.com/> , Boris Torres <http://www.boristorres.com/>
MEMORY PALACE
Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition 2011
Curated by: Adam Thompson
FLUX FACTORY <http://www.artslant.com/ny/venues/show/13341-flux-factory>
39-31 29th street
Long Island City, NY
Click here for Travel Directions <

May 20th – June 5th
Opening:
May 20th 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Description:

Memory Palace – Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition 2011

The ‘memory palace’ is an ancient memorization technique, one which exploits the fact that our visual/spatial memory far outperforms our verbal and numerical memory. To memorize a long text or string of numbers, you can use a remembered architectural space (like a childhood home) as a mental storehouse for the new information. You can transform each to-be-remembered item into a dramatic, eccentric, unforgettable image, mentally insert these images into specific locations within the remembered space, and later ‘find’ it right where you left it.

This show resembles a memory palace, in that it is idiosyncratic rather than unified, and endeavors to make a virtue of this heterogeneity. The differences between images, experiences, personalities are what make them visible, meaningful, and memorable. We can’t help but categorize artworks, but when we do we inevitably obscure what most compels us about them. It is particularity–not generality–that arrests our attention.

The idiosyncrasy of visual expression renders art a perpetually uneasy collaborator with academe, since schools necessarily prioritize rational, categorical thought. But the title of this exhibition provides an analogy for how this collaboration can function productively; the memory palace technique requires both wildly varied imagery and a framework to anchor and link that imagery. In an MFA program, the school supplies the quantitative structures that order the experience–the space, the time, the schedules, the deadlines–and the students furnish the bureaucratic boxes with color, with strangeness, with life.

When the palace fragments, when the menagerie vanishes and the walls of the studios are once again whitewashed clean, these sundry art practices will likely find themselves in more isolated rooms. But while at Brooklyn College, this group of artists built a home from their differences, a place to which they can always return in their mind’s eye.

Adam Thomson

http://memorypalace2011.com/bc.html

Art studio in Brooklyn- $390

May 16, 2011

Hello everyone, please forward this widely to your lists:

I have a newly renovated space in my basement that I’m renting out as an art
studio. I live one block from the Jefferson L stop, about 5 minutes from
Williamsburg and 15 minutes from Manhattan:

It’s a very clean, freshly painted space, about 12.5 x 12.5 with a storage
space about 7 x 3. Although it’s in a basement, there’s pretty good ceiling
height, about 8 feet. There are also a few small windows and nice lighting,
including new track lights. There’s access to a kitchen, slop sink,
bathrooms and backyard.

Because this space is in a part of our apartment, I’m looking for someone
who is trustworthy and responsible, not too loud, and who doesn’t use any
toxic materials or produce excessive dust in their art practice. The space
is $390 a month, plus $50 for utilities. A deposit of first and last
month’s rent and utilities is required.
Thanks

Dave
freedomburner@gmail.com

CITY OF NEW YORK TO HOST THIRD “THE ART OF MONEY: PERSONAL FINANCE RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS” EVENT ON SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2011

May 12, 2011

THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS (DCLA), THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER
AFFAIRS (DCA) OFFICE OF FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT (OFE), AND BEDFORD
STUYVESANT RESTORATION CORPORAITON HOST "THE ART OF MONEY: PERSONAL
FINANCE RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS"

Third Financial Literacy Event Will Educate and Empower New York City
Artists and Independent Workers To Manage Their Finances

On Saturday, May 14, 2011, the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) and
the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Office of Financial Empowerment
(OFE), in partnership with the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration
Corporation (Restoration), will host the third "The Art of Money:
Personal Financial Resources for Artists" event. The program will take
place from noon to 5PM at the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration
Corporation, 1368 Fulton Street (at New York Avenue), followed by a
Networking Reception from 5PM-7PM at the Skylight Gallery on
Restoration’s third floor. The event will offer free financial workshops
tailored to more than 200 artists and independent workers in all fields,
as well as one-on-one financial counseling sessions at the NYC Financial
Empowerment Center at Restoration, and an exhibitor fair featuring arts
service organizations from across New York City. All activities will
take place on Restoration’s campus.

"New York City’s energy and its creative identity come from the talent
and strength of our artists," said Cultural Affairs Commissioner Kate D.
Levin. "That’s why my agency and our colleagues at the Department of
Consumer Affairs partnered to develop a financial literacy program
tailored to the challenges facing arts professionals in the financial
downturn. Following the success of the first two Art of Money events in
Harlem and Long Island City, we are pleased to present the third
iteration of this collaborative effort in Brooklyn to improve the
financial skills of artists and independent workers."

"Artists and independent workers are essential to New York City but,
especially in today’s economy, so many are facing financial difficulty,"
said Consumer Affairs Commissioner Jonathan Mintz. "Just this week we
celebrated our 10,000th Financial Empowerment Center client who is a
freelance graphic designer and had thousands of dollars in debt. Today,
thanks to the help of our counselor, she is debt free and in control of
her and her family’s finances. With the help of DCLA, ‘The Art of
Money’ helps artists and independent workers take control of their
finances."

"Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation is committed to supporting
the work and financial development of artists," said Restoration
President Colvin W. Grannum. "Through our Center for Arts and Culture,
our Financial Empowerment Center, and many other programs, our campus is
a major resource for Brooklyn residents to participate in the arts and
receive essential financial guidance. We hope that the skills learned at
this event will help attendees, and we invite guests to return and
utilize our services."

The event will begin with a welcome ceremony at 12:15 pm. Speakers will
include Cultural Affairs Commissioner Kate D. Levin, Brooklyn Borough
President Marty Markowitz, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
President Colvin Grannum, New York City Council Member and Chair of the
Finance Committee Domenic M. Recchia, Jr., Chair of New York State
Council on the Arts and artist Danny Simmons, and Director of
Legislative Affairs for Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer, Matthew Wallace.

"Artists were among the pioneers in Brooklyn’s development as a cultural
powerhouse," said Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz.
"Brooklyn’s diversity and history provide great inspiration to our
artists and their energy and dynamism help make our borough the hottest
place to live, work and play in New York. Artists are just like everyone
else – they need financial stability to continue their craft. These
workshops are a tremendous resource for artists and independent workers
of all stripes."

"Artists need time to focus on their work, and that’s why these
financial workshops are so important," said Councilman Domenic M.
Recchia, Jr., chairman of the City Council Finance Committee. "By giving
artists and arts organizations the tools they need to navigate the
financial end of their profession, we can help them continue to produce
the amazing work that makes New York City the world’s top cultural
destination."

"As Chair of the Committee on Cultural Affairs, Libraries &
International Intergroup Relations, I have advocated for financial
education and resources to empower artists and independent workers. Art
of Money provides valuable workshops, resources and information for
artists and independent workers. I applaud the Department of Cultural
Affairs, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation and the Department
of Consumer Affairs Office for their tireless efforts to create this
program," said Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer.

"A healthy arts sector is critical to New York’s vitality as a cultural
mecca," said Danny Simmons, Chair of the New York State Council on the
Arts and Artist. "Artists are the bedrock of the arts sector, so the
City of New York is wise to support this community through the Art of
Money finance fair. I hope that the tools learned at this event will
educate and inspire artists to improve their business practices, thereby
expanding their ability to create and share their gifts with audiences."

The Art of Money will have five workshops with topics that include
accessing and using credit, reducing existing debt, planning for the
highs and low of irregular income streams, and home ownership and the
mortgage process. Attendees can sign up for first-come, first-served,
one-on-one financial consultations with financial counselors from the
NYC Financial Empowerment Center. An exhibitor fair will feature
representatives from organizations that provide services to support
creative work. Exhibitors include:

* ArtHome

* Arts & Business Council

* Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

* Bedford-Stuyvesant Artists’ Association

* Bedford-Stuyvesant Community Legal Services

* Brooklyn Arts Council

* Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union

* Coalition for the Improvement of Bedford Stuyvesant

* Dance/USA

* Department of Cultural Affairs

* Education Affiliates Credit Union

* Fractured Atlas

* New York Foundation for the Arts

* Office of Citywide Health Insurance Access/Hi Link

* Pratt Area Community Council

* Restoration’s Center for Arts and Culture

* Rocket Hub

* The Field

* Workshop in Business Opportunities (WIBO)

The Art of Money: Personal Financial Resources for Artists is presented
in collaboration the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, the
nation’s first community development corporation, which partners with
residents and businesses to improve the quality of life of Central
Brooklyn by fostering economic self sufficiency, enhancing family
stability and growth, promoting the arts and culture and transforming
the neighborhood into a safe, vibrant place to live, work and visit.

This event marks the third Art of Money: Personal Finance Resources
program presented by the City of New York. In 2009, the Departments of
Cultural Affairs and Consumer Affairs partnered to develop a free
financial literacy program geared towards artists who rely on credit to
produce their work and were hard hit at the start of the financial
downturn. The first event was held in May 2010 at the Dwyer Cultural
Center in Harlem. The second event-organized in partnership with Council
Member Jimmy Van Bramer-took place in September 2010 at the LaGuardia
Community College Performing Arts Center in Long Island City. Art of
Money workshops are tailored to the financial challenges of workers with
irregular income streams. More than 350 artists and independent workers
have attended Art of Money events, and the May 14th program is
anticipated to draw over 250 attendees. More information about the Art
of Money is available at nyc.gov/artofmoney
<http://www.nyc.gov/artofmoney> .

About the Department of Cultural Affairs

The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs is the largest funder
of the arts in the United States. The agency supports more than 900
cultural organizations through $144 million in annual program and
operating support, and has committed more than $600 million in capital
funding for 190 institutions over the next four years. The agency also
supports the City’s cultural community through extensive technical
assistance and advocacy, working closely with the field to articulate
the profound impact of culture on New York City’s quality of life and
its economy. For more information, visit nyc.gov/culture
<http://www.nyc.gov/culture> .

About the Department of Consumer Affairs

DCA enforces the Consumer Protection Law and other related business laws
throughout New York City. Empowering consumers and businesses to ensure
a fair and vibrant marketplace, DCA licenses more than 78,000 businesses
in 55 different industries. Through targeted outreach, partnerships with
community and trade organizations, and informational materials, DCA
educates consumers and businesses alike about their rights and
responsibilities. DCA’s Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) is the
first local government initiative in the nation with a mission to
educate, empower, and protect New Yorkers with low incomes so they can
build assets and make the most of their financial resources. Toward that
end, OFE seeks to increase access to high-quality, low-cost financial
education and counseling; improve access to income-boosting tax credits;
connect households to safe and affordable banking and asset-building
products and services; and enforce and improve consumer protections to
enhance financial stability. For more information, call 311 or visit
DCA online at nyc.gov/consumers. Follow us on Twitter
<http://www.twitter.com/nycdca> and find us on Facebook
<http://www.facebook.com/nycdca> .

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CONTACT:

Danai Pointer/Ryan Max (Cultural Affairs)
(212) 513-9322

Kay Sarlin/Abigail Lootens (DCA)
(212) 487-4283

Carl J Ferrero • Upfront @ Feature Inc. • May 18–June 18 • Opening May 19, 6– 8 pm

May 11, 2011

Please join me next Thursday for the opening of a brand-new project created specifically for the Upfront space at Feature Inc.
On view May 18–June 18.

Opening reception
May 19, 6–8 pm

Feature Inc.
131 Allen Street, NYC 10002
featureinc.com

carlferrero.com

SAT. MAY 14th 2011: Trenton CAA Professional Development Workshop for Artists and Discount Student Memberships

May 11, 2011

This Saturday, May 14th, the College Art Association will be hosting a professional development workshop in Trenton, NJ (designed specifically for artists). We are also offering a 15% discount on student memberships<http://www.collegeart.org/membership/individual> in the College Art Association<http://www.collegeart.org/>; the benefits of which include access to our online career services tailored specifically to suit art professionals, a free subscription to either the Art Journal or Art Bulletin, discounted registration prices for our Annual Conference which brings together thousands of artists and art historians from around the world and much more. Scroll to the bottom of this email for more details. The discount membership offer will be valid through June 2011.
Thank you so much. If you or your students have any questions, please let me know and I would be happy to help.
Kind regards,
Helen Bayer
Institutional Membership and Marketing Assistant
hbayer@collegeart.org<mailto:hbayer>
phone: 212-691-1051, x256
fax: 212-627-2381

CAA Student Discount Membership.pdf

Open Studios May 14 & 15 12-6pm with Patricia Ayres Brooklyn BFA

May 11, 2011

4th ANNUAL NARS OPEN STUDIOS!
12:00-6:00pm, Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15, 2011
Reception: 6:00-9:00pm, Saturday, May 14, 2011
Patricia’s studio is in Sunset Park at 253 36 street #301
DJ: Jay Reid, Edwin Peralta
Band: Non Return to Zero (Owen Healy-percussion & Sal Piscicelli-guitar)

NARS (New York Art Residency & Studio) Foundation is pleased to announce its 4th
Annual Open Studio Weekend featuring more than 60 artists working in studios
located along the waterfront in Sunset Park and Clinton Hill neighborhoods in
Brooklyn. Visitors get a chance to meet the artists and see their work within
the context of their unique studio environment. We invite you to come and get a
glimpse into the working process of the diverse artists working in the NARS
studios. Explore the wide range of studio practices ranging from experimental
sound installations and electronic media work to traditional figure drawings and
ceramic sculptures. The four artists from the 2011 International Artist
Residency Program will also be opening their studios to showcase what they have
been working on during their residency program.
NARS Sunset Park Studios
88 35th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11232
253 36th Street, 3rd & 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Subway: D, N, R to 36th Street in Brooklyn – only 2 express stops from
Manhattan!
Sunset Park Studio Contact: info@narsfoundation.org or 718-768-2765

International Residency Artists: Daniele Genadry, Zerek Kempf, Maia
Cruz Palileo, Christopher Robbin.

Studio Artists:
Michael Abrams,Doug Angleton, Jose Arenas, Patricia Ayres, Gennadi
Barbush, Elizabeth J. Bisbing, Jean Boggs, Roxanne Bohana, Michael Paul
Britto, Dorothea Buschell, Nelson Cabán, Richard Castellana, Jaqueline
Cedar, Michael Cloud, JustinDavis, Antony Dodds, Keith Driscoll, Michael
Ensminger, Aleksander Garin, Scott Geyer, Mark KevinGonzales, Griselda M. Healy,
Cosme Herrera, France Hilbert, Erin Rachel Hudak, Mikhail Iliatov, Ellen
Coleman Izzo, TaiWoong Kang, Kyung Han Kim, Osamu Kobayashi, Roberta
Lawson, Conor McGrady, Anatoly Mikhailov, Nyeema Morgan, Patty Neal, Rose
Nestler Nestler, Steward Noack, Kevin Noble, Sean Noyce, Blithe Riley,Adrian
Roman, Dean Russo, Mason Saltarrelli, Steev Scott, Chinatsu Seya, Masaki
Takizawa, Tracy Helena Thomason, Elizabeth Velazquez, Rachael L Whitney.

NARS Clinton Hill Studios
47 Hall Street, 6th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Subway: G to Clinton-Washington stop in Brooklyn
Clinton Hill Studio Contact: studio@narsfoundation.org or 516-967-4813

Studio Artists:
Sophia Cook, Jared C. Deery, Loren Erdrich, Antonia Fthenakis, Betsy Gross,
Yuko Kodama, Jakes Longstreth, Jonathan Nissenbaum, Marie Peter Toltz, Eric
Wolfe.

For further information about individual artists, please visit
http://narsfoundation.org/artists.php.

Also on view in the NARS Gallery:
SURREPTITIOUS FONDNESS
May 14 – June 19, 2011
Opening: 6:00-9:00pm, Saturday, May 14, 2011
88 35th Street 3FL, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Exhibition Artists:
Jose Arenas, Aleksander Garin, Erin Rachel Hudak, Gisela Insuaste, , Brian Lund,
Conor McGrady, Mason Salterelli.
Gallery Hours:
Wednesday – Friday: 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: by appointment between 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Please call the NARS office to set up an appointment at 718-768-2765.

The NARS Foundation’s mission is to provide a diverse platform for cultural
exchange and collaboration among artists and curators. NARS provides an array of
creative support services including cross-cultural exchanges, integrated
residency programs and affordable studio spaces that support the needs of both
emerging and established artists. With a focus on international cultural
exchange, the NARS Foundation is committed to supporting the creative
professional development of artists and curators from around the world as well
as community building through public programs that engage the local community in
Brooklyn.
For further information, please visit http://www.narsfoundation.org or contact
info@narsfoundation.org or 718-768-2765. For Press Inquiries, please contact
communications@narsfoundation.org.

The 4th Annual 2011 NARS Open Studio Event is made possible by the generous
support of our donors and sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery, Union Market, Maria’s
Bistro, Jerry’s Bagel, and East Coast Colors.


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