Brooklyn Art Space has been a longtime supporter of Gowanus Open Studios, this year it will take place over the weekend of October 17th - 19th. Over 300 artist studios and arts venues will be open to the public from 12PM - 6PM on Saturday and Sunday - including Brooklyn Art Space & Trestle Gallery.
For one weekend each year, artists working in the former factories, warehouses and studio buildings in Gowanus invite the public to visit their studios, see their work, and talk about their process. Last year 230 artists welcomed over 5,000 visitors into their studios.
GOS 2014 is presented by ArtsGowanus, a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization made up of artists and arts organizations working to support each other, strengthen connections to our community, and to ensure the Gowanus neighborhood continues to be a thriving and creative community of art-makers and art-appreciators.
Brooklyn Art Space participating artists for this year's Gowanus Open Studios:
Brooklyn Art Space, 168 7th St. Location: Alba Acevedo, Ashley Alioto, John Azelvandre, Carrie-Ann Bracco, Timothy Brewer & 2dbk, Joshua Gabriel, Véronique Gambier, Kristen Haskell, Darryl Hudak, Rhia Hurt, Richard F. Kessler, Myra Kooy, Taeko Kuraya, Jessica Lipsky, Pony Ma, Mary Malcolm, Danny Maloney, Ayumi Matsuba, Re McBride, Peter McGill, Hermann Mejia, Elisa Carreno, Janet Pedersen, Simona Prives, Mari Renwick, Aima Saint Hunon, Myla Seabrook, Monica Rose Song, Karin Waskiewicz, Ryan Piers Williams, Harold Wortsman, Heidi Yockey, and Bridgette Zou.
Brooklyn Art Space, 400 3rd Ave. Location: Natale Adgnot, David Bartlett, Ai Campbell, Rebecca Fogle, Lori Fox, Emily Gilcrist, Raul Gracia, Edward Granger, Abigail Groff Hernandez, Maud Heline, Melissa Johnson, Sandra Jones, Shara Ladyzhensky, Natalie Lomeli, Kristina Majkut, Steven Nedboy, Mary Negro, Dara Oshin, Judy Rifka, Jean Rim, Robert Samartino, Tess Silverman, Jeannie Smith, Jannell Turner, and Roxanna Velandria.
For more information about Gowanus Open Studios check out ArtsGowanus.