Talking Curbs & Stoops: Active Space opening

Curbs & Stoops is pleased to announce the grand opening of Curb & Stoops: Brooklyn with an interdisciplinary art event open to the public. Join us for an evening of art, music and conversation.

Open Studios: Ashley Zelinskie, Brian Maller, Sebastian Vallejo

Participating artists include: Angel Otero, Ashley Zelinskie, Sebastian Vallejo, Brian Maller, Brian Matthew, Christopher Rivera, Hector Arce, Jason Mones, Jeffrey Pena, Jonathan Chapline, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Pep Williams, Hector Hernandez,  Maya Eliya Stein and Rachel LaBine.

Participating collectives: Lapiztola Collective, Super Pop Collective , and UR New York Collective.

Curbs and Stoops: Brooklyn is a 12,000 square foot progressive cultural center designed to promote community through art. We are working quickly to develop the many facets of the physical space which we hope resembles the diversity and excitement of our interactive presence. Once completed the facilities will house artists studios, a residency program, exhibition spaces, and our art accessibility think tank that will continue to produce the Curbs & Stoops blog and curated publication. Friday’s event will include
five exhibitions, three open studios and a party all designed to highlight the range and caliber of artists we will be collaborating with.


566 Johnson Street 2nd Floor
Friday, February 18, 6-10PM

Opening night party with DJ Grimmace.
Beers courtesy of DogFish Head.

Download Event Map Here!
RSVP via Facebook Here.
Download Press Release Here.
Make your own poster Here.
Download Images Here.


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