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It was a somewhat grey and rainy, at times even almost chilly weekend in the city, but none of that would've registered as drab or a drag at all if you were one of the thousands upon thousands of visitors, artists, curators or incidental passers-through in Bushwick this past weekend. And that's because it was the big weekend of Arts in Bushwick's marquee annual event, Bushwick Open Studios. What's more, it was the 10th-anniversary iteration...
The relative slowdown of arts-related matters in August recently prompted me to put together a long, admittedly meandering list of items you might want to add to what could nonetheless be quite a robust art agenda for the month. It included notes about some current and forthcoming shows—visual art, dance, music, film, et cetera—at many different venues, and it traveled around NYC's boroughs a fair bit before heading upstate. It even veered off at...
Situated quite advantageously between Williamsburg and Bushwick, more or less, The International Studio & Curatorial Program, more commonly known as the ISCP, is a wonderful resource for artists from anywhere—from abroad as well as from the United States, that is, or even already based in NYC—who’d like to spend some focused time honing their craft in Brooklyn. From its studio spaces of variable sizes and sorts to its exhibition rooms and common areas, the...
There hasn't been a fully organized Greenpoint Open Studios in three years, but thanks to the efforts of Greenpointers.com founder Jen Galatioto, the festival is returning October 3-5. It's time to art-gawk, folks. In the past, GOS has operated as part of our own Northside Festival, but this year, Galationto hopes to put on a fully fledged, independent event that'll invite the public into hundreds (well, hopefully—they're still taking submissions) of artists' studios, bookended by...

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