chashama Open Studios 2013 | The Brooklyn Army Terminal

Ever taken the 278 expressway and wondered what this massive building on Brooklyn waterfront was (and the inside looks even more amazing)? Join us and the Brooklyn Army terminal will show you its new face. On that week end, it's open house to discover the Artists studios (read below picture). Let's go on a treasure hunt to find the artists of tomorrow (or those we would never put in our living room!).

We will meet at the corner of 59th street and 4th avenue (N-R Stop 59t Street) in front of the El Nuevo Yayo Restaurant.

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chashama's largest subsidized studio program is currently home to over 85 artists studios at the Historic Brooklyn Army Terminal. Spread across two adjacent buildings and situated along Brooklyn's waterfront in the Sunset Park neighborhood, the studios have been a work space for painters, sculptors, photographers, experimental media artists, and even fire-breathing performers.

Pictures of inside of the building are mind blowing:

$5 Finder's Fee to cover Meetup costs.

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  • Steven L.

    That was a great event. Thank you so much Christian. Hector and I really enjoyed it.

    September 22, 2013

  • LY

    Thanks Christian for organizing such joyful event. BAT is not open for public. It was good to see all the artists in one place. Bravo!

    September 21, 2013

  • Christian

    Typical studio tour ... the best and the "wtf is that". Even better, everyone finds their own "best"! Very good group, easy going and interested. What a place.

    September 21, 2013

  • vince

    I used to live in that neighborhood. Don't want to go back!

    September 15, 2013

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