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Designer Tim Laursen playing his “Robot Drummer” outside last year’s group exhibition at Crest Hardware (image via thelmagazine.com)

Many people may know it better for its music lineup, but sprawling North Brooklyn indie-fest the Northside Festival also has an art program — and it’s looking for artists through tomorrow. Northside Art runs June 15–17 this year, and will include a group exhibition, open studios and Williamsburg Walks, which features “works from local artists with a focus on interactive performances and sculptures.”

Interested artists working in any medium can sign up online for any or all of the events. (Heads up: there’s a $10 fee to participate in the open studios.)

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Jillian Steinhauer

Jillian Steinhauer is a former senior editor of Hyperallergic. She writes largely about the intersection of art...