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Greenpoint Open Studios Weekend


  • Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages 520 Kingsland Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)

Greenpoint Open Studios Weekend at 520 Kingsland Avenue!


EXHIBITING ARTISTS:

4TH FLOOR - ANDREW ABBOTT

LAST FRONTIER SPACE - SOL KJØK

SATURDAY, JUNE 8TH

12 PM - 4 PM, Open Green Roofs during GOS weekend. Bring your sketchbooks or easels for a sit n’ sketch or drink n’ draw from our green roof. Free. No RSVP required.


6:30 PM, ROOFTOP CONCERT with Ernesto Villalobos and Katy Gunn. Produced by NOoSPHERE Arts NYC. Free and open to the public. Limit 150. RSVP Here.

SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH

12 PM - 4 PM, Open Green Roofs during GOS weekend. Bring your sketchbooks or easels for a sit n’ sketch or drink n’ draw from our green roof. Free. No RSVP required.

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ROOFTOP PERFORMANCE PRESENTED BY NOoSPHERE Arts
Violin Concerts: Ernesto Villalobos and Katy Gunn. Saturday, June 8, starts at 6:30pm following Greenpoint Open Studios.
Experience live art focusing on the environment jointly presented by Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages and NOoSPHERE Arts, a nonprofit housed at Last Frontier NYC, the artist studio located just below the roof gardens. NOoSPHERE Arts produces multidisciplinary public arts programming from acclaimed artists all across the world. These co-hosted summer events will raise awareness for environmental justice issues and community efforts to revitalize Newtown Creek and the surrounding Greenpoint neighborhood. Registration is preferred. Limited to 200. Free.

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Greenpoint Open Studios is a grassroots organization that aims to provide a free and open platform for local arts that builds, sustains, and supports the thriving creative community in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. 

For one weekend, hundreds of artists and designers open up their studios to the public to showcase work in a wide range of mediums. From paintings, sculptures, film, photography, weaving/textiles, ceramics, and more, there are seasoned artists to be visited and emerging artists to be discovered in the northernmost tip of Brooklyn.

This year's GOS is happening June 8-9, 2019 and is made possible by the community of volunteers and organizations that have come together in support.