Upcoming Events

NEW WORK NEW YORK – Opening: March 13th, 6pm at 695 Grand St., Bk


Part I March 13 – March 29      Opening Reception Friday, March 13th – 6pm to 9pm

Part II April 10 – April 26       Opening Reception Friday, April 10th – 6pm to 9pm

NEW YORK, NY, MARCH 2015 – St Nicks Alliance and Arts@Renaissance are pleased to announce, NEW WORK NEW YORK, the 1st Biennial survey of work by second year MFA students and recent graduates from across the boroughs. Presented in two parts, this is the first exhibit to bring together works by artists from all eleven New York City-based MFA programs: Brooklyn College, Columbia University, City College of New York, Hunter College, Lehman College, the New York Studio School, the New York Academy of Art, Queens College, the School of Visual Arts, Parsons, the New School for Design and Pratt Institute. Presented in an uninterrupted 5,000 square foot former retail space in the heart of Williamsburg, NEW WORK NEW YORK offers a broad view of emerging artists working in all media, each represented by multiple works or major recent projects, many presented here for the first time.

Exhibiting Artists – Part I: Lana Abu-Shamat, Matthew Addison, Tal Barel, Cristina Camacho, Marianna de Nadal, Laura Jiménez Galvis, Alonsa Guevara, Katy Halfin, Henry Jabbour, Rebecca Kuzemchak, Michael Levin, Clarinda Mac Low, Diana McKee, Fiorella Gonzales-Vigil Mohme, Nazanin Noroozi, Renzo Ortega, Julia Phillips, James Raczkowski, Shellyne Rodriguez, Sarah Rowe, Katie Ruiz, Kat Ryals, Tariku Shiferaw, Mark John Smith, Rachel Sydlowski, Moses Tuki, Manuel Vazquez, Parul Verma, August Vollbrecht, Matt Whitman and Carolin Wood. Part II: Tatiana Berg, Marissa Bluestone, Annemarie Coffey, Leah Dixon, Pik-Shuen Fung, Wendi Guerorguiev, Sophie Grant, Anthony Hamboussi, Heidi Howard, Kate Elliot, Jee Hee Kang, Hyeonah Kim, Alison Kuo, Herbert Lacsina, Jsun Laliberté, Ofra Lapid, Yujin Lee, Dana Majana, Kai Margarida-Ramírez, Andrew McNay, Simone Meltesen, Sara Murphy, Jenna Newton, Kate Ostler, Megan Pahmier, Gahee Park, Melani Pavlidou, Sondra Perry, Elliot Purse, Pedro Ramirez, Buzz Slutzky, Mirland Terlonge, Jenna Westra, Patrice Renee Washington and Mirana Zuger

NYC Arts Salon Weekend: February 27, 2015 thru March 1, 2015

Opening Reception: Friday, February 27 from 7 pm – 10 pm
Gallery Hours: Saturday, February 28 & Sunday, March 1, 12 pm – 6 pm

at 695 Grand St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211

Arts@Renaissance would like to invite all NYC artists to come exhibit and celebrate their work and the vibrant arts community in this great city during this weekend long exhibition in a raw exhibition space that used to be the Gem store.

Open to all NYC artists. Self-curated – hanging is first come, first serve. We will have nails, hammers and ladders but any additional hanging supplies must be provided by the artist.

Artists should bring and hang one of their own works (or send a representative) on
Wednesday, February 25 and Thursday, February 26 from 12 pm – 8 pm.

All unsold work must be picked up on Sunday, March 1 from 6:30 pm – 8 pm or Monday, March 2 from 12 pm – 8 pm.

If you have any questions email Monica Carrier at carrier.monica@gmail.com

Past Events

Senior Art Classes
Every Tuesday April 15- July 1, 2p- 4p
Greenpoint Renaissance Center
2 Kinsgland Avenue

Join professional artists as they instruct seniors (60+) in painting, drawing and collage. Classes are free and open to the public, drop-ins are welcome.

Youth Art Show
April 2- May 4
Swinging Sixties Senior Center
211 Ainslie Street

Young artists from schools across North Brooklyn display their work. The annual show exhibits the work of children who participate in afterschool and Saturday visual art programs run by the Joan Mitchell Foundation and St. Nicks Alliance.


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