Spring 2013 Open Studios

 

6th Annual Open Studios

Saturday, June 8th from 1-6pm
Artist Talk & Performance: Saturday, June 8th @ 2pm

On Saturday, June 8th, the NARS Foundation invites you down to Sunset Park to experience art in the environment where it is created. The NARS Open Studios, now in its 6th year, offers an invaluable exchange that benefits artists and community members alike. Artists open their doors to expose an otherwise private workspace, gaining feedback and broader exposure that might lead to other opportunities. Neighbors and visitors, in turn, get access to the creative process happening right next door and a glimpse into spaces that they might not otherwise see. 

Join the artists of the 2013 Season II International Residency Program as they briefly introduce their diverse practices and mediums. Take in their insights, perspectives and sounds before checking out their group exhibition, currently on view, and exploring what they have been working on in their studios during their recent residency terms. 

Participating Artists: 
NARS Studio Artists: Santina Amato, Jose Arenas, Gennadi Barbush, Ross Berry, Dorothea Buschell, Richard Castellana Mike, Cloud, Betty Hart, Griselda Healy, Aaron Hillbrand, Yiji Hong, Ellen Coleman Izzo, Jinhong Kim, Hiro Kuroo, Roberta Lawson, Adehla Lee, Sona Lee, Anli Liu, Conor Mcgrady, Anatoly Mikhailov, Nyeema Morgan, Alexis Myre, Tempest NeuCollins, Kevin Noble, Jong Oh, Mason Saltarelli, Chinatsu Seya, Michael Solomon, Brian Stinemetz, Masaki Takizawa, Tony Toscani, Elizabeth Velazaquez, MyungGyun You, 

NARS Residency Artists: Erica Bailey, David Birkin, Katya Grokhovsky, Takeshi Ikeda, Taiyo Kimura, Thessia Machado, Magnus Pettersen, Yoko Shimizu, Marian Tubbs

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NARS Foundation
201 46th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220

Gallery Hours
Monday-Friday: 12-5pm And By Appointment Only


The New York Art Residency And Studios (NARS) Foundation Is A 501(C)(3) Not-For-Profit Arts Organization Committed To Supporting Artists And Curators On An International Level As Well As Engaging The Local Community In Brooklyn And The Greater New York Area. NARS Provides An Array Of Creative Support Services And Professional Development Opportunities For Emerging And Mid-Career Artists Through Short-Term Integrated Residency Programs, Affordable Long-Term Studio Spaces, Progressive Exhibition Programs, And Engaging Public Programs. These Services Operate In Conjunction With Our Education And Community Outreach Initiatives. Our Mission Is To Present Diverse Platforms On Which To Nurture Creative Inspiration And Innovative Cross-Pollination Of Ideas.

 

For Further Information, Please Contact Us At Www.Narsfoundation.Org / Info@Narsfoundation.Org / 718-768-2765.