Spring 2019 Open Studios
Jun
7
to Jun 8

Spring 2019 Open Studios

 
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This Sunset Park Wide Open Spring Edition event, co-presented by NARS Foundation, J&M Studios, BioBAT Art Space, Target Margin Theater, Tabla Rasa Gallery, Boccara Art, and Genspace, invites the public to visit exhibitions, to meet artists, curators, and researchers from all over the world and to experience the artistic process and the diverse range of artistic mediums presented in the intimacy of both studio environments and institutional contexts.

Click here to download the Press Release.

NARS Foundation

201 46th Street
4th and 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Friday, June 7 : 6 - 9 pm
Saturday, June 8 : 12 - 5 pm

Exhibitions

Here: A Bit of Everywhere and Everyone They’ve Been
Curated by Vanessa Kowalski
Main Gallery
On View: May 31 - June 21
Opening Reception: Friday, June 7, 6 - 9 pm
Featuring works by: Louise Tate, Daniela Raytchev, Shoko Masunaga, Guiyoung Hwang, Bianca Boragi, Gyun Hur, Sa'dia Rehman, Paolo Arao, Allison Hunter, Julia Kwon and Zuleyka Alejandro.

The Split Is Vividly Revealed
Project Space
On View: June 3 - June 21
Opening Reception: Friday, June 7, 6 - 9 pm
by Romily Alice Walden

Stop Motion Animation Screening
Studio 422
With works created by the students of PS172
Grand prize winners announced on Saturday, June 8, 1 pm

J&M STUDIOS

201 46th Street
2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11220
https://jandmstudiosny.com/

J&M STUDIOS provides short and long term based rental work spaces essential for a community that seeks to develop their creative works and build their professional career.

Friday, June 7 : 6 - 9 pm
Saturday, June 8 : 12 - 5 pm

Participating artists:
Alison Owen, Andrew Schwartz, Annelise Lillian Jeske, Bari Mohammed, Bat-Ami Rivlin, Brendan Sullivan, Caitlyn McLaughlin, Christopher Bradley, Daniel Eric Glass, Daniel Jay Genova, Dayana Romero, Elena Soterakis, Elizabeth Moran, Flora Wilds, Fred Fleisher, Ioana Manolache, Jade Chan, Jahyun Seo, Julia Elsas, Katherine Gagnon, Katya Grokhovsky, Kaushani Patel, Keren Anavy, Kjersti Faret, Laura Hildevert, Lauren Anders, Lauren Cohen, Le’Andra R. LeSeur, Liza Sokolovskaya, Marian Blair, Mattia Barbieri, Monica Mazzone, Naomi Nakazato, Nikki Schiro, Rita Jiménez, Robert Melzmuf, Ruonan Yan, Samantha Morris, Sara Galkin, Sarah Sager, Seungtack Lim, Tadasuke Jinno, Walker Augustyniak, Xavier Petromelis, and Zachary Lefitz.

Tabla Rasa Gallery

224 48th Street,
Brooklyn, NY, 11220
https://www.TablaRasaGallery.com

Tabla Rasa Gallery is delighted to invite open studio visitors. For this event artist/gallerists Audrey and Joseph Anastasi will display their own artwork as well as giving visitors insight into their studio practices. Guest artist Stephen Basso will also show his wildly imaginative neo-surrealist paintings.

Friday, June 7, 6 - 8 pm
Saturday June 8, 1 - 5 pm

Target Margin Theater

232 52nd Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11220
https://www.targetmargin.org

Target Margin Theater was founded in 1991 by David Herskovits on the principle that works of art return us to real truths more powerfully by their divergence from a strict illustration of reality. Through classic and contemporary texts, TMT continuously seeks to expand the conception of what can take place in a theater.
This year’s edition of The TMT Lab: NEWS OF THE STRANGE commissions new works by emerging artists exploring rarely seen stories from The One Thousand and One Nights and early Medieval Arab fantasies.
The lead artists featured are Leyya Tawil, The Million Underscore (Nicolas Norena & Timothy Scott), and Moe Yousuf.

Friday, June 7 at 8 pm
Saturday, June 8 at 8 pm

Tickets start at $20 for one performance and a Lab Pass, to see all three artists' performances, is $45.

BioBAT Art Space

140 58th St
Brooklyn Army Terminal
Building A
Brooklyn, NY 11220
https://biobat.nyc/biobat-art-space/

BioBat Art Space is pleased to announce Summation & Absence, an exhibition that features installation work by 6 artists who explore throughout rigorous and long-term research processes unexpected connectivity between science and visual art forms. Ranging from biology to ecology, the exhibition highlights both the difference and the common ground between the artists - their research methods, artistic processes and the resulting diversity in their visual vocabularies.

Friday, June 7, 12 - 6 pm
Saturday, June 8, 12 - 6 pm

Summation & Order

Curators: Etty Yaniv and Christina Massey
Suzanne Anker, Nancy Cohen, Vita Eruhimovitz, Lorrie Fredette, Michal Gavish, and Elaine Whitaker interpret biological systems like DNA and physiological networks related to the human body from different angles.

Genspace

132 32nd Street
Suite 108
Brooklyn, NY 11232
https://www.genspace.org
@genspaceNYC

Genspace is the world’s first community biology lab, a non-profit open access space in Brooklyn offering lab memberships, classes and programs to the public.

Biology Lab as Studio: Show and Tell with Artists at Genspace

Friday, June 7, 6 - 9 pm
Talks and performances starting at 7 pm

RSVP Required

Hear from a community of artists and designers that use the biology lab as their studio. Through a series of lightning talks and performances, we will explore what it means to make work in collaboration with bacteria, plants, and fungi. What can we learn from non-human life forms? What is the role of care and experimentation? And what future can we envision or create in the lab?

BOCCARA Art Brooklyn

198 24th St,
Brooklyn, NY 11232
https://boccara-art.com

With its museum-like space spanning nearly 3,000 sq ft, BOCCARA Art Brooklyn highlights an important collection of historically influential artists while simultaneously dedicating its focus on emerging artists as well.

Distant Haptics is an exhibition featuring the work of Hyun Ae Kang.
Hyun Ae Kang (b. 1959) is a Korean artist who often combines vibrant colors with layers of carefully applied paint to create paintings which ultimately serve as reflections of her deeply personal and spiritual meditations.".

A closing reception will be held on Saturday, June 29, 7-10 pm.

Friday, June 7th, 11am-6pm
Saturday, June 8th, 11am-6pm

 
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Fall 2018 Open Studios
Oct
12
to Oct 13

Fall 2018 Open Studios

 
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Fall Open Studios
October 12 - 13

NARS Fall Open Studios, a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art, showcases the residency and studio artists working in our growing artist community. This Sunset Park-wide Open Studios event, co-presented with J&M Studios, invites the public to meet over 60 artists from all over the world and to experience the artistic process and the diverse range of artistic mediums presented in the intimacy of the studio environment.

Friday, October 12 | 6-9 pm
Saturday, October 13 | 12-6 pm

In parallel with our Open Studios events, NARS is pleased to host the “The Map and the Territory”, a group show curated by Tansy Xiao, showcasing international artists living in Brooklyn, and “Bone Black and Titanium White – Transparency, Colour and Light”a solo show by NARS Alumna Julie Trudel, with an artists' reception during Open Studios on October 12.

Featuring NARS Residency Artists:
Bernadette Despujls | Charlotte Lagro | Claudia Cortinez | Elizabeth Moran | Erin Gleason | Frederique Ulman Gagne | Jean Pierre Mot | Jemila MacEwan | Leah Hewson | Linda Loh | Miranda Blennerhassett | Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky | Sanie Bokhari | Shihori Yamamoto | Valérie Hallier | William Miller

Studio Artists:
André Eamiello | Andrew Schwartz | Bari Mohammed | Brendan Sullivan
Brian Stinemetz | Caitlyn McLaughlin | Charlotte Greene | Christopher Bradley
Dayana Romero | Elena Soterakis | Fatty Spice | Flora Wilds
Gustavo Prado | Hannelore Van Dijck | Homer Shew | Ioana Manolache
Jahyun Seo | Jenn Cacciola | Jon Levy-Warren | Julia Elsas
Julia John | Kat Geng | Katrina Chamberlin | Keren Anavy
Laura Hildevert | Lauren Anders | Lauren Cohen | Liza Sokolovskaya
Luke Luokun Cheng | Naomi Nakazato | Noël Harnden | Richard Gnann
Ruonan Yan | Saya Da Jung | Sydney M. King | Tadasuke Jinno
Tanya Steinberg | Tenaya Izu | Trina Merry | Walker Augustyniak
Xavier Alexander Petromelis | Zachary Lank | Zachary Lefitz

Directions: NARS is two express subway stops from Manhattan. Take the “N” or “D” to 36 St. Transfer to the “R” one stop to 45 St. Walk to 46th Street then make a right and walk down 46th street to the building on the corner of 46th street and 2nd Ave on the right.

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Spring 2018 Open Studios
Jun
8
to Jun 10

Spring 2018 Open Studios

 
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Spring Open Studios
June 8 - 10

NARS Spring Open Studios, a three-day exhibition of international contemporary art, showcases the residency and studio artists working in our growing artist community. This Sunset Park-wide Open Studios event, co-presented with J&M Studios, invites the public to meet over 66 artists from all over the world and to experience the artistic process and the diverse range of artistic mediums presented in the intimacy of the studio environment.

Friday, June 8 | 6-9 pm
Saturday, June 9 | 12-6 pm
Sunday, June 10 | 12-5 pm

The Special Body Painting Performance by Trina Merry
Saturday & Sunday at 2pm NARS Main Gallery 4fl
Trina Merry will be open the doors to her studio inviting the public to view live demos, performances, and interactive installations. On display will be selected works from her “Lust of Currency”, "Urban Camouflage”, “Happy Little Trees”, along with new works.

In parallel with our Open Studios events, NARS is pleased to host the Spring Residency Exhibition fluid Currency, and Emotional Shorthand by Christine Rebhuhn, with an artists' reception during Open Studios on June 8.

Featuring NARS residency artists:
Bill Miller | Bonam Kim | Caitlin Berrigan | Carlos Franco
Elizabeth Moran | Erin Gleason | Freya Powell
Jason File | Ko Tzu-An | Levan Mindiashvili
Lihi Turjeman | Monica Mazonne | Maya Jeffereis

Alongside J&M Studio and Invited Guest Artists:
Aglae Bassens, Allison Reimus, André Eamiello, Andrew Schwartz, Bari Mohammed, Brendan Sullivan, Brian Lotti, Brian Stinemetz, Caitlyn McLaughlin, Carla Tomassini, Cecilia Jansson, Chris Bradley, Daniela Thomas, Danielle Ash, David Lindberg, Dayana Romero, Elena Soterakis, Flora Wilds, Gustavo Prado, Homer Shew, Hyunsuk Erickson, Ioana Manolache, Jaclyn Jaconetta, Jahyun Seo, Jeremy Herrmann, Jeffrey Kurland, Jeremiah Teipen, Jesus Benavente, Jisook Kim, Julia Elsas, Julia John, Kat Chamberlin, Kate Bae, Katya Grokhovsky, Keren Anavy, Kyoung Eun Kang, Lauren Maxwell, Liza Sokolovskya, Marian Blair, Mikhail Iliatov, Nadine Mahoney, Naomi Nakazato, Nikki Schiro, Nina Jordan, Samantha Morris, Sarah E. Brook, Sarah Sager, Saya Da Jung, Siyue Pan, Skye Gilkerson, Trina Merry, Walker Augustyniak, Yefeng Wang, Yi Xin Tong

Directions: NARS is two express subway stops from Manhattan. Take the “N” or “D” to 36 St. Transfer to the “R” one stop to 45 St. Walk to 46th Street then make a right and walk down 46th street to the building on the corner of 46th street and 2nd Ave on the right.

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Oct
13
to Oct 14

Fall 2017 Open Studios

 
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NARS Fall Open Studios
Oct 13, 6-9 / Oct 14, 12-6

NARS Fall Open Studios, a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art, showcases the residency and studio artists working in our growing artists' community. This Sunset Park-wide Open Studios event, co-presented with J&M Studios, chashama at BAT and SPBK Studios, invites the public to meet artists from all over the world and to experience the artistic process and the diverse range of artistic mediums presented in the intimacy of the studio.

Accompanying Open Studios, NARS is pleased to host the first New York exhibitions of Mira Dayal and Jackie Feng, with an artists' reception during Open Studios on Friday, Oct 13.

Featuring NARS residency artists:
Rachel Cole | Janna Dyk | Jackie Feng | Lieselotte Fontrodona | Ryotaro Fuyuki | Bas Geerts | Alina Grassman | Carl Hazlewood | Wonwoo Lee | Joshua Liebowitz | Bryan Martello | Andreas Savva | Martin Smith | Kara Springer



Alongside J&M Studio and Invited Guest Artists:
Aigerim Akhmetova, Keren Anavy, Nikki Arendt, Niamul Bari, Aglae Bassens, Dongfan Chen, Anese Cho, Donna Cleary, Tasha Dougé, Kathie Halfin, C'naan Hamburger, Mayuko Fujino, Tessa Grundon, Noël St. John Harnden, Katie Hector, Mikhail Iliatov, Gil Kuno, Nadine Mahoney, Ioana Manolache, Caitlyn McLaughlin, Samantha Morris, Shinji Murakami, Sarah Olson, Siyue Pan, Un Hee Park, Kaushani Patel, Jean Carla Rodea, Yali Romagoza, Jahyun Seo, Elena Soterakis, Christy Speakman, David Samuel Stern, Brian Stinemetz, Olivia Tin, Taehee Whang, Erich Winzer, and Shuhei Yamada

Directions: NARS is two express subway stops from Manhattan. Take the “N” or “D” to 36 St. Transfer to the “R” one stop to 45 St. Walk to 46th Street then make a right and walk down 46th street to the building on the corner of 46th and 2nd Ave on the right (201.)

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For info and directions to partner organizations in Sunset Park hosting Open Studios on Saturday, Oct 14, and Sunday, Oct 15 visit:

Chashama @ Brooklyn Army Terminal

SPBK Studios @ 250 44th Street Studios


NARS Open Studios is sponsored by Lagunitas and Material for the Arts.

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Spring 2017 Open Studios
Jun
2
to Jun 3

Spring 2017 Open Studios

 

NARS Spring Open Studios
June 2, 6-9 / June 3, 1-6

NARS announces its Spring Open Studios, a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The artists, artist collectives, and curators currently in the growing artist community at 201 46th Street building will present work in their studios, spread over two floors. Open Studios offers access to the public to experience art in the place and conditions of its making and to talk to artists from all over the world.Whether they have been at NARS for 3 months or 3 years, the participating artists share the diverse range of artistic mediums, approaches, and concepts they have experimented with, developed, and presented in the intimacy of their own studios. A number of NARS residency alumni take over studios to present new work, collaborations, or curatorial projects.

Accompanying Open Studios, the NARS Gallery hosts the work of the 10 spring artists-in-residence in a curated group exhibition.

Ololade Adeniyi (Australia) | Bat Ami Rivlin (Israel) | Jesus Benavente (USA) | Jahyun Seo (Korea) | Nooshin Rostami (Iran/USA) | Sean Campbell (Ireland) | Buzz Slutzky (USA) | Bonnie Lane (USA) | Ju Ae Park (Korea) | Baris Gokturk (USA)

The residency exhibition will be on view through June 23.

As part of its Free Kids Art Workshops program, NARS will hold a “studio visits” tour for families 12-2pm on Satuday, June 3.

Participating artists: Ololade Adeniyi, Morehshin Allahyari, Keren Anavy, Jose Arenas, Shay Arick, Svetlana Bailey, Sophie Barbasch, Jesus Benavente, Aglae Bassens, Niamul Bari, Emily Berger, Sean Campbell, Gianluigi Carella, Fernanda Carvalho, Kat Chamberlin, Dongfan Chen, Ella Condon, Gunilla Daga, Saya Da Jung, Elaine Defibaugh, Magali Duzant, Andre Eamiello, EXONEMO, Gregory Forstner, Baris Gokturk, Suzanne Goldenberg, Katya Grokhovsky, Noël St. John Harnden, Jeremy Herrmann, Indiana Hoover, Aki Inomata, Tadasuke Jinno, Daniel Johnson, Bong Kim, Jisook Kim, Ming Jer Kuo, Bonnie Lane, Liliya Lifanova, Phoenix Lindsey-Hall, Lan Lam, Zachary Lefitz, Thurman Lewis, Pastiche Lumumba, Ioana Manolache, Nadine Mahoney, Mani Nilchiani, Ju Ae Park, Guno Park, Bat-Ami Rivlin, Nooshin Rostami, Suzanne Russell, Rafia Santana, Lauren Smith, Jahyun Seo, Buzz Slutzky, Clintel Steed, Brian Stinemetz, Masaki Takizawa, Yi Xin Tong, Carrie Elston Tunick, Meredith Walker, Yefeng Wang, Gus Wheeler, Erich Winzer, Sarah Jane Wright


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Fall 2016 Open Studios
Sep
24
12:00 PM12:00

Fall 2016 Open Studios

 

NARS invites you to visit the Sunset Park studios of our International Residency Season III artists, who working alongside the Studio Artists, will show their latest work and work-in-progress, granting access into the artistic process. Open studios allows visitors to personally tour the studios of established and emerging international and US artists and communicate with the artists. Artists open their doors to the public in order to expose an otherwise private workspace, whilst gaining feedback and exposure.
The closing reception for Around Corners, the NARS annual studio artists’ exhibition, will take place during Open Studios.

Saturday, September 24, 12-6pm.

Participating International Residency Program Artists: Alex Hamilton (Australia) | Derek Sargent (Australia) | Euyoung Hong (Korea) | Christine Rebhuhn (USA) | Jahyun Seo (Korea) Meagan Streader (Australia) | Samantha McCulloch& Io Makandal(Australia/ South Africa) | Oscar Lett (France/ UK) | Hua Bai (China) | Elizabeth Smolarz (USA)

Participating Studio Artists: Keren Anavy, Miriam Ancis, Niamul Bari, Emily Berger, Kai-chun Chiang (RU), Will DeNatale, André Eamiello, Noël St John Harnden, Zachary Lefitz, Cristian Mejia, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Suzanne Russell, Nikki Schiro, Mauro Soggiu, Elena Soterakis, Clintel Steed, Brian Stinemetz, Sean Wang (RU), Erich Winzer, and Gus Wheeler

 
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Spring 2016 Open Studios
Mar
19
2:00 PM14:00

Spring 2016 Open Studios

 

2016 Spring Open Studios
Saturday, March 19, 2-6pm

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 New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to invite you to join our 2016 Spring Open Studios on Saturday, March 19 from 2-6pm. This year’s Spring Open Studios will include work from both the Residency Program Artists and Studio Artists. Artists utilize the time in their studios to challenge themselves, experiment, and expand their practice within a community. Take advantage of the opportunity to peek inside the otherwise private work space of the artist, and see a glimpse of the exciting and innovative art that is being created in Sunset Park. As a result, artists can gain feedback and support for their work while visitors gain access to the artist’s inner world. 

 Participating Artists: Keren Anavy, Niamul Bari, Emily Berger, Fernanda Carvalho, Yen-Ting Chung, Hyunjung Cho, Sasha Cohen, Ana de la Cueva, Magali Duzant, Kate Geck, Cecilia Jansson, Jennifer Laiwint, Alexis Myre, Suzanne Russell, Noël St. John Harnden, Mauro Soggiu, Elena Soterakis, Clintel Steed, Bénédicte Thoraval, Gus Wheeler, Erich Winzer

 
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Fall 2015 Open Studios
Sep
26
12:00 PM12:00

Fall 2015 Open Studios

 

2015 Fall Open Studios
Saturday, September 26 12-6pm

The NARS Foundation invites you down to Sunset Park to peer into the natural habitat of the artist: the studio. While viewers are typically invited to experience artist’s work at a completed state in a traditional setting, such as a museum or gallery, open studios allows the community to glimpse into the private world of an artist. A unique opportunity, open studios lets visitors understand the development of the work itself, by communicating with the artists amidst its creation. The Fall 2015 NARS Open Studios offers an opportunity to foster engagement between artist and community. Artists open their doors to the public in order to expose an otherwise private workspace, whilst gaining feedback and exposure. In turn, visitors get access to witness the creative process in motion.

The NARS Foundation will be hosting Open Studios on Saturday, September 26, 12-6pm. We are also pleased to announce that our neighbors, chashama at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, will additionally be hosting Open Studios, with a free water taxi running between Wall Street, DUMBO, and Sunset Park. NARS will operate a free shuttle bus between chashama, our partners at J&M studios, and NARS. For more information about chashama, click here.

Participating Artists: Michele Abramowitz, Miriam AncisVasiliki AntonopoulouNiamul Bari, Rachel Bernstein, Elise BonatoEllen Coleman IzzoAna DelgadoMaria-Gracia DonosoDakota GearhartFiorella Gonzales VigilNathan HallCynthia HartlingSophia Hewson, Kunio Iizuka, Tae Yeun Kim, Kristina Lee, Phoenix Lindsey-HallGriselda M. HealyAnatoly Mikhailov, Alexis Myre, Hyo Jeong NamJeremy OlsonCatalina Ouyang, Adrian Roman, Suzanne RussellNikki SchiroNoël St. John Harnden, Clintel Steed, Brian StinemetzLindsay Hanna Taylor, Hannah Vandermolen, Karin Waskiewicz.

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Locations

NARS Foundation: 201 46th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn NY 11220
J&M Studios: 253 36th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn NY 11232

chashama: 140 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220.  Building A (3-J) & Building B (4-I)
Smack Mellon: 92 Plymouth Street @ Washington Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Transportation

FREE Ferry Rides between Manhattan (Pier 11/Wall St.), DUMBO (Brooklyn Bridge Park/ Pier 1), and Brooklyn Army Terminal with New York Water Taxi.
FREE Shuttle bus between chashama, NARS and J&M Studios

SUBWAY: D,N to 36th Street then take the R to 45th Street.
DRIVING: I-278W / Gowanus Expressway to Exit 23. Street Parking available


SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULE: Every 30 minutes from 12pm - 6pm. Bus service starts at chashama >> NARS Foundation >> J&M Studios

FERRY SCHEDULE: Click HERE for the full Ferry Schedule with New York Water Taxi


 
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2015 Residency Season I Open Studios
Mar
14
3:00 PM15:00

2015 Residency Season I Open Studios

 

Residency Season I Open Studios

Saturday, March 14 from 3-6pm

New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to invite you to join our 2015 Season I Residency Artists for Open Studios on Saturday, March 14 from 3-6pm. A residency is an opportunity for an artist to challenge themselves, experiment, and expand their practice, and the NARS Residency Artists have used the past few months to develop new work and build on past projects. Take advantage of an opportunity to sneak a peek inside the otherwise private work space of the artist, and see a glimpse of the innovative art that is being created in Sunset Park. As a result, artists can gain feedback and support for their work while visitors gain entry to the artistic haven.

Participating Artists: 
Louise Foo, Flavio Favelli, Karolina Kazmierska, Ida Cecile Kvetny, Tom Kobialka, Jacqui Shelton, Martha Skou, Denise Treizman, Cassandra Tytler, and Tuo Wang

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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.

 
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Fall 2014 Open Studios
Sep
20
3:00 PM15:00

Fall 2014 Open Studios

 

Saturday, September 20, 3-9pm
201 46th Street, 4th Floor / Brooklyn, NY 11220

The NARS Foundation invites you down to Sunset Park to experience artists in their natural habitat: the studio.  The Fall 2014 NARS Open Studios offers an opportunity to foster engagement between artist and community.  Artists open their doors to expose an otherwise private workspace, gaining feedback and exposure for their work. 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.

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Participating Artists:
Niamul Bari, Jennifer Grimyser, Katya Grokhovsky, Ronald Hall, Noël St. John Harnden, Chaegang Jeon, Rachel Klinghoffer, Sandra Lapage, Minjung Lee, Antonia Dias Leite, Cristian I. Mejia, Tracy Miller, Amanda Millet-Sorsa, Kristine Moran, Serry Park, Carolina Paz, Carlos Pileggi, Soyeon Shin, Mark John Smith, Kate Stone, Karolina Sulich, Masaki Takizawa, Lindsay Hanna Taylor, Claudia Weber, Matt Whitman, and Halley Zien.

We are also pleased to announce that our neighbors, chashama at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, will be hosting Open Studios as well, with a free water taxi running between Wall Street, DUMBO, and Sunset Park.  For more information, click here.  NARS will operate a free shuttle bus between the two studios running every fifteen minutes starting at 3pm.

For further information, please contact us at www.narsfoundation.org / info@narsfoundation.org / 718-768-2765.

Sponsors: chashama, Art F City


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.

 
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Spring 2014 Open Studios
May
30
to May 31

Spring 2014 Open Studios

 

Opening Party: Friday, May 30 6-9pm
Open Studios Continue: Saturday May 31 1-6pm


The NARS Foundation invites you down to Sunset Park to experience artists in their natural habitat: the studio. The 8th Annual NARS Open Studios offer a platform to foster the invaluable exchange between artist and community. 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 for a sneak peek of Open Studios and celebration of their new works in conjunction with the opening of Parallel Shift, the 2014 Season I & II Residency Exhibition.

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Participating Artists:
Elodie Abergel, Jose Arenas, Niamul Bari, Ross Berry, Santiago Silva Daza, Ana Delgado, Tai Hwa Goh, Katya Grokhovsky, Ronald Hall, Noël St. John Harnden, Delphine Hennelly, Aleksandra Ioseliani, Tadasuke Jinno, Sophie Kahn, Jan Kaláb, Liliya Lifanova, Cristian I. Mejia, Tracy Miller, Kristine Moran, Ann Oren, Nicola Page, Min Ho Shin, Mark John Smith, Carly Snoswell, Brian Stinemetz, Kate Stone, Masaki Takizawa, Austin Evans Turner and Matt Whitman.


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.

 
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2014 Residency Season I Open Studios
Mar
15
3:00 PM15:00

2014 Residency Season I Open Studios

 

Open Studios: Saturday, March 15 from 3-7pm

New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is delighted to invite you to join our 2014 Season I Residency Artists, Guy Ben-Ari, Tai Hwa Goh, Ronald Hall, Delphine Hennelly, Tadasuke Jinno, Sophie Kahn, Kyoung Eun Kang, Liliya Lifanova, Ann Oren, Esther Simmonds-MacAdam, Kate Stone, and Brigitta Varadi, for Open Studios on Saturday, March 15 from 3-7pm. Enjoy an opportunity to get a look inside into the otherwise private work space of the artist, and see a glimpse of the art that is being created in Sunset Park. As a result, artists can gain feedback and support for their work while visitors gain entry to the artistic haven.

Participating Artists: Guy Ben-Ari, Tai Hwa Goh, Ronald Hall, Delphine Hennelly, Tadasuke Jinno, Sophie Kahn, Kyoung Eun Kang, Liliya Lifanova, Ann Oren, Esther Simmonds-MacAdam, Kate Stone, and Brigitta Varadi

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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.

 
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2013 Residency Season II Open Studios
Dec
13
6:00 PM18:00

2013 Residency Season II Open Studios

 

Residency Season II Open Studios

Friday, December 13, 7-9:30pm

New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is delighted to invite you to join our current residency artists, Guy Ben-Ari, Madison Bycroft, Natasha Frisch, Kyoung Eun Kang, and Liliya Lifanova for an Artist Talk and Open Studios on the evening of December 13. In conjunction with their group show Delicate Enchantments, which includes work by past residency artists Katrina Chamberlin, Suzanne Goldenberg, Katya Grokhovsky, and Tang-Wei Hsu, currently on view through December 15, artists will have an opportunity to discuss their latest work and upcoming projects as well as share their insights and perspectives. Come meet our residency artists who explore a unique array of mediums, styles and themes and join the conversation with your feedback. Open Studios to follow.

Participating Artists:Guy Ben-Ari, Madison Bycroft, Natasha Frisch, Kyoung Eun Kang, and Liliya Lifanova

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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.

 
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Fall 2013 Open Studios
Sep
21
1:00 PM13:00

Fall 2013 Open Studios

 

7th Annual Open Studios

Saturday, September 21 from 1-6pm
Opening Party: Friday, September 20 from 6-9pm

On Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 1:00PM-6:00PM, the NARS Foundation invites you to Sunset Park to experience art in the environment where it is created. The NARS and J&M Open Studios offer 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 the evening before Open Studios for a sneak peek and celebration of their new works. 

Participating Artists: 
Studio Artists: Roxanne Bohana, Dorothea Buschell , Betty Hart, Griselda M. Healy, Aaron Hillebrand, Kunio Iizuka , Ellen Coleman Izzo, Anatoly Mikhailov, Tempest NeuCollins, Marcie Paper, Mason Saltarrelli, Kathi Wattson

NARS Residency Artists:
REICHRICHTER (Rebekka Reich / Marcus Vila Richter), Yefeng Wang

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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.

 
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Spring 2013 Open Studios
Jun
8
1:00 PM13:00

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.

 
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Spring 2012 Open Studios
May
12
to May 13

Spring 2012 Open Studios

 

5th Annual Open Studios

May 12 & May 13, 1-5pm

The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is delighted to announce its 5th Annual Open Studios. Join us for a festive weekend and get a glimpse into the private studios and working artist environment at the NARS studios, located along the New York Harbor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. As the arts initiative in South Brooklyn continues to rapidly evolve and thrive, Open Studios offers an opportunity for their unique community to open their doors and showcase their work and diverse practices and mediums. Six artists from Season I 2012 of the International Artist Residency Program will also be inviting visitors into their studios to present what they have been working on during their three and six month terms.

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Shuttle Service:

Pick up location: New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York, NY 10002
Pick up times on Satyrday, May 12: 2 pm / 4 pm / 6 pm
Return from NARS Foundation to New Museum: 3 pm / 5 pm / 7 pm

Program:

Performance, May 12, 6pm: Yumi Kurosawa (www.yumikuro.com)koto, percussion, computer sound
Music: Edwin Peralta, dj and Norman Zamcheck, piano
Opening on May 12 in the NARS Gallery: 

 

Sponsors: The 5th Annual NARS Open Studio Event 2012 is made possible by the generous support of our donors and sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery, Maria's Bistro and Kunjip Restaurant.


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.

 
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Spring 2011 Open Studios
May
14
to May 15

Spring 2011 Open Studios

 

4th Annual Open Studios May 14 & May 15, 12-6pm

Opening Party: 6:00-9:00pm, Saturday, May 14, 2011
88 35th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn NY, 11232

DJ: Jay Reid, Edwin Peralta
Band: Non return to Zero (Owen Healy percussion & Sal Piscicelli guitar.)

NARS (New York Art Residency & Studio) Foundation is pleased to announce its 4th Annual Open Studio Weekend featuring more than 60 artists working in studios located along the waterfront in Sunset Park and Clinton Hill neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Visitors get a chance to meet the artists and see their work within the context for their unique studio environment. We invite you to come and get a glimpse in to the working process of the diverse artists working in the NARS studios. Every studio has its own personality! 

NARS Sunset Park Studios: 
88 35th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11232
253 36th Street, 3rd & 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11232
*D, N, R to 36th Street in Brooklyn – only 2 express stops from Manhattan! .

International Residency Artists:
Loren Erdrich, Daniele Genadry, Zerek Kempf, Maia Cruz Palileo, Christopher Robbins

Studio Artists:
Michael Abrams, Doug Angleton, Jose Arenas, Patricia Ayres, Gennadi Barbush, Elizabeth, J. Bisbing, Jean Boggs, Roxanne Bohana, Michael Paul Britto , Dorothea Buschell, Nelson Cabán, Richard Castellana, Jaqueline Cedar Michael Cloud, Justin Davis, Antony Dodds, Keith Driscoll , Michael Ensminger, Aleksander Garin, Scott Geyer, Mark Kevin Gonzales, Griselda M. Healy, Cosme Herrera , France Hilbert. Erin Rachel Hudak, Mikhail Iliatov, Ellen Coleman Izzo, Rachael Kahn, TaiWoong Kang, Kyung Han Kim , Osamu Kobayashi, Roberta Lawson, Conor McGrady, Anatoly Mikhailov , Nyeema Morgan, Patty Neal, Rose Nestler Nestler, Steward Noack, Kevin Noble Sean Noyce, Blithe Riley, Adrian Roman, Dean Russo, Mason Saltarrelli, Steev Scott, Chinatsu Seya, Masaki Takizawa, Tracy Helena Thomason, Ramon Vega, Elizabeth Velazquez, Rachael L Whitney

NARS Clinton Hill Studios: 
47 Hall Street, 6th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11205
*G to Clinton-Washington stop in Brooklyn

Studio Artists:
Sophia Cook, Jared C. Deery, Loren Erdrich, Antonia Fthenakis, Betsy Gross, Yuko Kodama, Jakes Longstreth,
Jonathan Nissenbaum, Marie Peter Toltz, Eric Wolf

The 4th Annual 2011 NARS Open Studio Event is made possible by the generous support of our donors and sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery, Union Market, Maria's Bistro, Gourmet Crescent.

 
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Spring 2010 Open Studios
May
15
to May 16

Spring 2010 Open Studios

 

3rd Annual NARS Foundation Open Studios

May 15, May 15 from 11am - 6pm
Open Party & Event: May 15, 6-9pm

Performance : Burman artist Chaw Ei Thein and Taiwanese artists Chi Wu.

Minxie (electro pop music performance)
Non Return to Zero (Owen Healy percussion and Sal Piccicelli on the guitar)

DJ : Michael Paul Britto, Ahomii & J.Chou Rhythmos, Edwin Peralta

Exhibition Space : “Round the Mulberry Bush” curated by Alyssa Fridgen. The exhibition includes painting, sculpture, installation, and video artworks by Michael Paul Britto, Scott Geyer, Cosme Herrera, Zerek Kempf, Kyung Han Kim, Roberta Lawson, Conor McGrady, Hyo Nam, Sean Noyce, Steev Scott, Jessica Scott-Dutcher, Didier William, Joseph Zuccarini.

NARS Fund Raising Exhibition (benefit show) : curated by Nunu Hung
“Stack Up” will be a fundraising exhibition for NARS Foundation featuring affordable art by NARS and visiting artists, curated by NuNu Hung. Application Form

Workshop : Ellen Coleman Izzo Room #404 (Printmaking workshop)

Cross Promotion : APT Curatorial Exhibition : Studio Project Rooms at 34 34th Street, Floor 4, Sunset Park, NY 11232 / www.aptglobal.org

Artists:      
Adrian Roman, Aleksandar Popovic, Anatoly Mikhailov , Anne Rosenthal, Antony Dodds , Aristidis Danylo Pelonis, Ashley S. Brown , Brian Lynch, Chinatsu Seya , Clarity Haynes,  Conor McGrad , Cosme Herrera, Deborah Katie Hall, Doug Angleton, Elizabeth J. Bisbing, Ellen Coleman Izzo, Emil Bakalli, Gennadi Barbush, Griselda M. Healy, Hyo Nam, Jaqueline Cedar, Jean Boggs, Jessica Scott-Dutcher, Jinsoo Kim, Jin Kyung Chong, Jiwoo Hahn, John McGee, Joseph Zuccarini, Karin Drew, Katya Usvitsky, Kevin Noble, Kyung Han Kim, Madeleine Stern, Maia Cruz Palileo, Mark Kevin Gonzales, Masaki Takizawa, Mason Saltarrelli , Matt Held, Michael Ensminger, Michael Paul Britto, Nicholas Hamilton, Nyeema Morgan, Osamu kobayashi, Peter Emerick, Richard Castellana, Roberta Lawson, Rose Nestler, Roxanne Bohana, Scott Geyer, Sean Noyce, Sky Kim, Steev Scott, Susan Conte, TaiWoong Kang, Thabiso Phokompe, Zerek Kempf

Directions:
Train : D,N,R,M stop @ 36ST.
Drive : Take BQE south exit 23 for 39ST. right turn @ first light. Right turn at 35ST.

Sponsors:


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.

 
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Spring 2008 Open Studios
May
30
to May 31

Spring 2008 Open Studios

 
 
 
 
 
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