OHNY Red Hook openstudios
Saturday, July 28, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
ONLINE TICKET SALES HAVE ENDED.
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT 499 VAN BRUNT SATURDAY STARTING AT 12PM. $35 / $25 FOR STUDENTS & SENIORS.
openstudios Red Hook
July 28, 2012
Reception sponsored by Red Hook Winery, 5-7pm at Botanica (218 Conover Street)
Join us for the next event in our OHNY openstudios series in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Explore the diverse businesses and studios found on the historic, cobble stone streets and buildings in Red Hook. Visit the work space of creative display builders, upholsterers, metal workers, industrial designers, furniture designers, glassblowers and more. This self-guided walking tour will give you an opportunity to get to know this unique neighborhood, see the waterfront views and the get a taste of the innovative businesses and artists that call it home. A reception will be held at Botanica featuring hand-crafted wines from the Brooklyn Winery.
Check-in will begin at 12pm in the lobby of 499 Van Brunt (north side of the building) on the day of the event. Maps of all participating studios and shops will be provided.
Limited tickets available on the day of the event ($35/ $25 students and seniors). Pre-registration strongly encouraged.
(list in formation)
Atelier de France
BeeHive in 7C
studio of Kerry Quade
studio of Yeon Ji Yoo
Brooklyn Waterfront Art Coalition
Constructive Display Inc.
Manos de Mexicanos
Pier Glass / Scanlan Glass
Piet Houtenbos / Singular Products
Red Hook Winery
studio of Scott Pfaffman
Dustin Yellin Studio
Tickets to this event are non-refundable. Should you be unable to attend, the full price of unused tickets may be treated as a donation to openhousenewyork and is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
When & Where
openhousenewyork (OHNY) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. The mission of OHNY is to promote a greater appreciation of the city’s built environment; broaden public awareness by exposing diverse audiences to distinctive examples of architecture, engineering and design; educate and inspire discussion of issues of excellence in design, planning and preservation; and showcase outstanding new work as well as structures of historic merit.