EFA Open Studios is an annual event of the EFA Studio Program that invites the public to come explore and interact with member artists in the intimate setting of their studios. It is an opportunity to see the most recent works by artists at the site of their origin and to gain meaningful insight into their process of creation. The EFA Studio Program is a vibrant and diverse community of over 70 artists working in a wide range of media and artistic sensibilities. All are professional artists with an established studio practice and recognized career. Rarely can curators, collectors, dealers, artists, and art lovers see so many internationally recognized artists working under one roof in Midtown Manhattan.
EFA Open Studios Hours
Thursday, October 18, 6–10 pm (opening night)
Friday, October 19, 6–9 pm
Saturday, October 20, 1–6 pm
Saturday, Oct 20, 1–5 pm
In Honor Of… (Performances)
Saturday, Oct 20, 1–6 pm
EFA’s Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop
Sept 21–Nov 17, 2018
As Far as the Heart Can See (Exhibition)
Curated by Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts is located on 323 West 39th Street, New York. For more information, visit efanyc.org/open-studios.
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