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Attention all neighborhood artists! Northside Open Studios is hosting a meet and greet from 7:30 to 10:30 pm this Tuesday night (April 26) at Brooklyn Brewery (79 N 11th Street) in preparation for the Northside Open Studios (NOP) bonanza coming up in June. Mix and mingle with fellow artists and curators, plus grab a complimentary local beer.
During the meet and greet, NOP organizers will answer questions about the events they’re planning, as well as how to register as an artist and be included in their listings. If you’re an artist in Williamsburg or Greenpoint, or are simply just interested in your local art world, this means you. NOP hopes to include over 300 local artists in the festivities. Registration closes May 15, so get on it.
Check out the event’s Facebook page for more details, and find information about Northside Open Studios on their website. NOS’s flier is below. Stay tuned to Hyperallergic for future updates on the events.
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