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This Saturday, over 50 artists will participate in the South Bronx Open Studio Tour, with free shuttle transportation between participating locations. The Open Studios are hosted by the South Bronx Independent Artists Coalition, which consists of a group of artists and artisans working in the South Bronx neighborhoods of Port Morris and Mott Haven. The Coalition aims to “connect, support, and promote” artists in the South Bronx through events and other programming year-round.
This year’s Open Studios features South Bronx artists across a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, some having been in the South Bronx for years, while others are newer to the area. Some featured artists include Linda Cunningham, Yousef Kawar, Tammy Wofse, Heidi Johnson, Patrick Alston, and more.
Shuttle transportation will also be available to and from Frieze Art Fair and between the Mott Haven and Port Morris neighborhoods. More information can be found here.
When: Saturday, May 4, 12–5 pm
Where: Various locations in the Mott Haven and Port Morris neighborhoods in the South Bronx
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