Greenpoint Open Studios (GOS) returns with more than 400 local artists, who will open up their studios to the public to showcase their works. Free and open to everyone!
Visitors will have the opportunity to engage directly with artists in their own spaces, including painters, sculptors, video and installation artists, photographers, printmakers, ceramicists, designers, architects and more.
The weekend festivities will kick off with a Launch Party on Friday, June 1 from 7:30-11:30pm at Java Studios (252 Java St), including an outdoor reception, gallery show opening, musical performances, live painting, performance art, installations, video screenings, and three floors of open art studios. Craft beer by local brewery Greenpoint Beer & Ale and Hungarian rosé by Greenpoint-based importer Palinkerie will be served.
On Saturday, June 2nd and Sunday, June 3rd (12-6pm), over 400 artists will open up their studio spaces across the neighborhood. For self-guided tours, visitors can pick up a free GOS Guide with a map and schedule of events at any of the eight designated info hubs plus at various other locations throughout North Brooklyn. There will also be walking tours and free special events hosted by local businesses, galleries, and community organizations.
On Sunday, June 3 (6:30–11pm), we’ll wind down with a Wrap Party at Northern Territory, with beer by Founder’s Brewing, food, music, and a stunning rooftop view of the Manhattan skyline.
GOS is presented by Greenpointers, a hyperlocal resource and neighborhood connector about all things related to North Brooklyn. GOS is made possible by local supporters, volunteers, and our incredible sponsors: Hyperallergic, A/D/O, Anima Mundi, Java Studios, Kingsland Wildflowers, Morgan Fine Arts, Northern Territory, and Pirate Studios.
For more information visit, greenpointopenstudios.com.
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