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Art Auction Fundraiser for the Heliotrope Foundation

Tuesday, June 20th
7-11 PM
64 Dobbin St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

The Heliotrope Foundation was started by artist Caledonia Curry, also known as Swoon, to help communities respond and heal after natural disasters and other urgent social crises. They believe that the creative process can and should be a part of how we heal, rebuild and move forward after natural disasters, economic devastation, and moments of social crisis.

Participating Artists:
Swoon (Caledonia Curry), Maya Hayuk, Eric Haze, FAILE, Nick Walker,
Stash, Lee Quinones, Reed Anderson, Andre Razo, Chris Yormick, Mike Ming, Tricia Keightley, Gina Triplett & Matt Curtis, David Hollier, Jason Rohlf, Rosie Kanellis, Bari Schlosser, Jann Cheiftz, Haleh Atabeigi, Anne Spurgeon, Jennifer Harris + Ray Cross, Eric Slayton, Elena Lyakir, Shipibo Conibo Center, George Bates, Erik Grivalsky, Jen Che, RAE, Dain, ASVP, Elle, Ann Lewis aka Gilf, Faust, Icy & Sot, Chris Mendoza, Andrew Poneros aka Pork, Chelsey Pettyjohn, Erik Foss, Pablo Power, Rich Jacobs, Evan Venegas


Greenpoint Open Studios 2017

Saturday, June 3rd & Sunday, June 4th, 2017
12- 6 PM
777 Meeker Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Trophies and Wild Women Solo Exhibition

Exhibit Salon is proud to welcome Anne Spurgeon in her solo exhibition, Trophies and Wild Women. This exhibition includes a range of selected pieces from three self-defined series called “Wild Women”, “Banners”, and “Trophies". 

Opening Receptition
Friday, April 14th 7-10 PM
182 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
April 14th- June 14th, 2017

Border 2016 Exhibition

Border 2016, at the Starr Space Gallery is an interdisciplinary, mixed media group show featuring both established and new artists.

Opening Reception
Friday, July 8th 7 PM
309 Starr Street, Brooklyn, NY 11237


SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 7 PM – 1 AM
dissilience: noun 1. the emergence of seeds as seed pods burst open when they are ripe...
Dissilience Brooklyn is for everyone who loves everything out of the box and will be held at the RabbitHole Gallery, located in the heart of the dumbo district under the Manhattan bridge. The show focuses on the process of uninhibited art, distinct materials, the empowerment of women in the creative industry and the diversity of our coterie. there will be an eclectic group of 10 mixed-media female artists and performers.
The event will also be a fundraiser for A FREE BIRD, a non-profit organization providing kids with a cancer recovery program through the arts. Proceeds from Dissilience Brooklyn will be donated to Free Bird.


Dissilience was born in Los Angeles when a group of women artists collaborated to curate an all women’s artshow. With the success of Dissilience Dissilience 2, the show moved to other cities like Dissilience San Francisco and Dissilience Oakland. Now the show is making its debut in the east coast of Brooklyn, NY. 
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