This Friday, September 9th, 2011 6-9pm, join Williamsburg Every 2:ND Friday and Artlog for a fall kickoff Art Crawl through 10 galleries in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Check into Causey Contemporary or Like the Spice Gallery to get your maps, create your own route, or go on a tour with experts through the Williamsburg Gallery scene. Walking tours, refreshments, and a special after party from 9-11pm at Causey Contemporary will be provided for those who check-in.
6-9pm (Pick up your map at any of the below participating galleries, Bedford L Stop, or check-in galleries)
Check-in: Causey Contemporary: 92 Wythe Avenue, 718.218.8939; Like the Spice Gallery 224 Roebling Street, 718.388.5388
Guided Tours: Begin at 7pm led by Amy Kisch of AKArt and Manish Vora of ARTLOG with special guest stars People’s Champs leading as a marching band
- Front Room Gallery
- Causey Contemporary — Check-in gallery
- Black & White/Project Space
- Art 101
- Like the Spice Gallery — Check-in gallery
- Parker’s box
- Ventana 224
- Camel Art Space
“Learn to Collect,” in collaboration with AT&T, invites Williamsburg’s Every 2:ND Friday gallery crawl attendees to “create personal art collections.” Photograph artwork using your smartphone and upload the picture to the AT&T/Williamsburg Every 2:ND Friday Facebook page. The ‘collector’ with the most uploads from the greatest number of galleries is eligible to win a new HTC Inspire 4G smartphone provided by AT&T. Visit the Williamsburg Every 2:ND Facebook page and for details and to enter!
For more details visit: wgabrooklyn.org
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