Monday, October 4, 2010

Next Stop: A Church in Bushwick!

Ever since its debut in a living room on Flatbush Avenue, the “G-Train Salon,” has introduced various audiences to emerging artists through conversation and inquiry.  Harnessing the intimacy and accessibility of the salons of yore, this interactive exhibition series continues to thrive on its journey to a variety of offbeat locales throughout Brooklyn – and Queens as of this fall.  Each month, we curate a solo exhibition in conjunction with one of our community partners and the featured artist inaugurates the show with an open-ended discussion with the audience.  Next up? We are thrilled to announce our new partner Trinity Project Brooklyn, a church and artist exchange program at the Most Holy Trinity Church  in Bushwick .  Artist Barry Shepherd will debut new, large-scale abstract works in Haggerty Hall, a refurbished gallery space adjacent to the church's former sanitorium (now, newly-minted artist studios). Please join us on Friday, October 8 from 7-9pm for the opening and salon discussion with the artist at 8:00pm.  Please see below for more information including our upcoming schedule.

Barry Shepherd @ Trinity Church (Bushwick)                    
October 8, 7-9pm
Salon Discussion with the Artist at 8pm
Haggerty Hall, Rooftop
138 Montrose Ave , E. Williamsburg
(L train to Montrose)

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