Once again this year, the doors of the studio will open for the Dumbo Arts Festival.
Hours this year are Saturday, September 24th 12-8 pm and Sunday, September 25th from 12-6pm. Stop by during those hours and you can preview some of the work that will be going to the upcoming show at the Germantown Mennonite Museum of Art and Peace in Philadelphia, including a couple of new paintings and a complete set of the new digital prints.
More info is available from the festival’s official site. There’s a page with a map showing our location and even an iPhone app. Hot transportation tip– get here by using the new East River Ferry.
Stop by for a look at the newest paintings during open studios this Saturday, September 25, 2010 from 12-6 PM.
Then stumble out the door into the biggest Dumbo Arts Festival yet. This year the festival expands to include music as well as the usual performance, projection, and public art happening throughout the neighborhood. Open studios happen Saturday and Sunday, but the format has been altered so that only half of the studios are open each day. So come out Saturday (the day we’re open,) and stop by and say hello.
We are on the second floor at 89 Bridge Street, #34 on the festival map:
You can click the map above to download an 8.5 x 11 map for printing or download the official TimeOut New York 2010 DUMBO Arts Festival Guide.
The studio will be open to visitors during this year’s 13th edition of the D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival on Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26, 2009 from 1- 6 PM each day.
The Dumbo Festival website has a complete list of the 80+ participating studios, as well as links that will get you started exploring what the Dumbo Arts Center calls “a one-of-a-kind art happening” and “the nation’s largest urban forum for experimental art.” You can also browse the festival’s media partner, Art + Culture, to take a peek at some of what is planned this year.
The studio is at 89 Bridge Street, between York and Front Streets, and just one block from the York Street Subway on the F line. Come up the stairs, head left, back the hall, and say hello! While you are here, visit some of the other artists in the building who are participating. DAC lists six, though there will likely be a few last minute additions.