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DUMBO Open Studios, an annual event where artists throughout DUMBO and Vinegar Hill open their studio doors, will take place on Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29, 2018 from 1–6pm.
Participating artists range from those who have worked in DUMBO for decades to recent arrivals participating in one of the neighborhood’s many artist residency programs, including the Art in General Residency Program, New York Studio School, NYU Digital Futures Lab, Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program, and Triangle NYC.
Studio highlights include: Ben Thorp Brown, Sharon Butler, Marsha Cottrell, Peter Drake, Chitra Ganesh, Jerry Kearns, Mary Mattingly, Jeanine Oleson, Tanya Rynd, Rachel Rossin, and many more.
See a full list of participating artists at dumboopenstudios.com.
DUMBO Open Studios is a project of Art in DUMBO, a resource that provides information about art events, happenings, galleries, residency programs in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
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