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A compilation of works from the symposium that took place on March 9 will be presented for a
one day viewing on Sunday, June 2 all weekend long viewing at 3rd Ward, one of Brooklyn’s premiere exhibition and workshop space. The screening will take place during the closing party and we hope you’ll stop by and enjoy the creativity of Tumblr. The original exhibition was co-curated by Ben Valentine and Hrag Vartanian.
AiB’s own blog, which recently joined the Tumblr platform, is also a great place to follow some news about the upcoming BOS. And just in case you were wondering … Hyperallergic will be covering the Bushwick festivities all weekend, so stay tuned for much more from Bushwick Open Studios. See you at 3rd Ward!
It’s worth noting that 3rd Ward is hosting a BBQ on Saturday, June 1 from 2–8pm, so that might be a good time to check out the video.
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