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South Slope Open Studios

On Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29th from 1 until 6pm (both days) the artists that work in the southern portion of Park Slope will be opening their studios to the general public.

There will be over 60 individual artists participating as well as many public art spaces in the area. These art spaces/studios will include:

MadArts (255 18th st)-
Christy Powers, Luciana Toyo, Claudia Santiso, Suzanne Scott, Nan Xu, Anita Trombetta, Frank Schellace, Lou Mazzella, Jackie Duvall-Smith, Jade Chan, Robert Melzmuf. Marlene Weisman,
Joseph Dolinsky, Francis Simeni, Charles Buckley, Daniel Genova, Sean Qualls, Zipi Green / Zipi’s Art Studio

La Bodega Studios and Gallery (695 5th Ave.)-
Miguel Ayuso, Johnny Thornton, Elysa Batista, Delano Dunn, Grace Hong, Katrina Majkut, Karen Mainenti

The 440 Gallery (440 6th Ave.)-
Ellen Chose, Fred Bendheim, Shanee Epstein, Joy Makon

Open Source (306 17th St.)-
Tomás Rivas

J-Collabo/Ossam Gallery - (300 7th Street)-
Darcy Lynn, Lloyd Campbell, Sandra Giunta, Bob Hagan, Joyce Riley, Alise Loebelsohn, Janie Samuels, Phil DeSantis, Susan Greenstein, Lisa Anne Lincoln, Howard Skrill, Karen Giordan, Eric Jacobson, Lynn Goodman, Dara Oshin, Caryn Kreitzer, Judith Eloise Hooper, Carol Adams, Robin Roi  

215 17 Street-
Alise Loebelsohn, Nancy Doniger, Eric Jacobson, Karen Giordano Robin Roi, Sandra Giunta, Joy Makon, Cynthia Ruse, Alice Garik

614 7th Ave
Rich Garr, Bob Hagan Janie Samuels, Tom Keough

303A 16th st
Tom Keough

309 20th st
Frid Branhem

Freddy’s “Backspace” (627 5th Ave.)
Group Show

Maps will be placed in both the artist’s studios as well as these venues which will guide visitors to the various locations all within walking distance of each other in the same neighborhood.

This event will be free, family friendly and many artists will be serving refreshments. It will be a great chance to meet artists in their studios, talk with them, view their work and possibly purchase a work of art in the process!

The studio tour will coincide with an exhibition of some of the participating artists in Freddy’s legendary “Backroom” (627 5th Ave.) The exhibit will run from March 27 until April 29th. Freddy’s is open from 12 - 4pm everyday of the week. There will be no opening but there will be a closing on Sunday, April 29th from 6 to 8 pm. It will cap off the tour and will also be free and open to the public.

The closest subway to the South Slope area is the R train which stops at the 15th St. / Prospect Ave. station.