AccessArt 2017
Dec
3
1:00 PM13:00

AccessArt 2017

Brooklyn Arts Council, a non-profit organization that encourages support of Brooklyn’s arts scene, will host its AccessArt 2017 benefit and art sale at Part Deux, affording guests who attend the event with an opportunity to purchase the artwork on display.  All proceeds will directly benefit the Council’s ongoing programs, which serve and support Brooklyn’s arts and cultural community.  

The exhibition is free and open to the public. Tickets for AccessArt 2017 are available for purchase on Eventbrite, with prices starting at $30. Artworks on view can be purchased for $350 at the event or with an advance ticket package that includes art purchase.

The Exhibition will be held on Sunday, December 3rd from 1 pm to 5 pm.

 

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Brooklyn Arts Council Pop-Up
Nov
28
to Dec 2

Brooklyn Arts Council Pop-Up

Brooklyn Arts Council, a non-profit organization that encourages support of Brooklyn’s arts scene, will host a two-week-long pop-up exhibition showcasing over 100 artworks. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will feature paintings, drawings, photographs and other works created by a number of local artists, including Audrey Anastasi, Michael Hambouz, Stephen Mallon, Jeanette May, Paul Richard and Ella Yang.

 

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Brooklyn Arts Council Pop-Up
Nov
21
to Nov 26

Brooklyn Arts Council Pop-Up

Brooklyn Arts Council, a non-profit organization that encourages support of Brooklyn’s arts scene, will host a two-week-long pop-up exhibition showcasing over 100 artworks. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will feature paintings, drawings, photographs and other works created by a number of local artists, including Audrey Anastasi, Michael Hambouz, Stephen Mallon, Jeanette May, Paul Richard and Ella Yang.

 

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Brooklyn Arts Council Pop-Up
Nov
17
to Nov 19

Brooklyn Arts Council Pop-Up

Brooklyn Arts Council, a non-profit organization that encourages support of Brooklyn’s arts scene, will host a two-week-long pop-up exhibition showcasing over 100 artworks. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will feature paintings, drawings, photographs and other works created by a number of local artists, including Audrey Anastasi, Michael Hambouz, Stephen Mallon, Jeanette May, Paul Richard and Ella Yang.

 

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Farewell to Wifey
Nov
14
8:00 AM08:00

Farewell to Wifey

Wifey says farewell as its exhibition comes to a close.  Wifey was born out of a desire to create something new. Janine Foeller was offered a storefront on Flatbush Avenue, and she immediately thought of Simone Shubuck, an artist whose work she long admired. Foeller wondered if the two of them could develop a space that exists outside of the traditional parameters and expectations of an exhibition space. A space where unexpected collaborations could be realized, nurtured and shared with the community. 

For decades, Shubuck has incorporated her longtime passions of food and flowers directly into her work. Which got Foeller thinking: Could they involve those pursuits into the space itself?

And that is where Wifey is today. It is a space, but it's also a process. The more Foeller and Shubuck reached out to friends and collaborators, the more the concept evolved. They called people who make stuff *besides* art, like amazing food, unusual beverages, the best coffee and tea, hand-churned cultured butter and freshly baked bread. It turns out that chefs and artisans were also looking to create and share something new.

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