The Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program has announced its 2016-17 award recipients — 17 artists who will receive rent-free studio space in Dumbo for a year.
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Last weekend the artists of the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program opened their doors for open studios.
Today, the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program announced the fellows of its yearlong, rent-free studio program in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. The 17 awardees, listed below, were selected from a… More ›
With seven new major residential developments and a new Second Avenue subway stop in the works, the quiet neighborhood of DUMBO is bracing for a major culture shift. Meanwhile, the management company… More ›
A mural by the street art group 303 Collective that has brightened an otherwise unremarkable block Water Street in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood and served as the backdrop for thousands of… More ›
Located in a choice space — a former industrial boiler — across the street from a waterfront park in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, the gallery and studio complex Smack Mellon was the most… More ›
The storm surge from Hurricane Sandy left galleries and studios closest the waterfront of Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood with significant damage to their spaces and art. On Wednesday afternoon,… More ›
The Pearl Street Triangle, a pedestrian plaza nestled under the in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, had long been a table-strewn expanse of green concrete where tourists and office workers had… More ›
Whatever it lacks in skyscrapers, Brooklyn makes up for with thousands upon thousands of iconic water towers, and the most colorful of them has just taken shape on one of the borough’s most… More ›