Hosted by Arts Gowanus, Gowanus Open Studios is Brooklyn’s largest celebration of local art and artists.
More than 300 artists, businesses, and venues in Gowanus will open their doors, giving the public a rare glimpse inside the former factories, warehouses, and studio buildings of this vibrant neighborhood.
Artists will be on hand to discuss their work, share their processes, and showcase their latest projects; this event also offers visitors the unique opportunity to purchase work directly from local artists.
Artwork on view at OSH this weekend:
Belonging – A Textile Exhibition by Kimberly Bush, Stephanie Eche, and Traci Johnson
Curated by Grace Freedman.
On view indoors at OSH, please note this venue is upstairs and not wheelchair accessible.
Tree Chuang by Xinan Ran
Presented in partnership with Beam Center and Why Not Art.
On view outdoors in the Door Yard at OSH.
4th Avenue Yarn Bomb – A Community Project Celebrating our Neighborhoods
Presented in partnership with Arts Gowanus, Why Not Art, and Forth on Fourth Avenue.
On view outdoors on the 4th Ave fence between 3rd & 4th Streets.