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Photo by Debra Van EnkenvoortOur neighbor Debra Van Enkenvoort came across this artwork catching the last rays of the evening sun while walking her Jack Russell and looking for birds up in the trees at Prospect Park [https://www.prospectpark.org/], near the Zucker Natural Exploration Area [https://www.prospectpark.
Photo courtesy Yaffa Rasowsky.Tomorrow night, come out and show your support for some of our neighborhood’s youngest artists! Students at PS 249 [http://www.catonschool.org/] (18 Marlborough Road, at Caton Avenue) will display their fabulous artwork at the school’s annual end-of-the-year art show tomorrow, Wednesday, May
A pair of internationally recognized street artists have turned walls on two separate blocks off of Avenue U into stellar artwork, thanks to organization by a Williamsburg-based gallery established by a Sheepshead Bay native. Italian street artist Zed1 took over two walls next to the entrance of a parking lot
One of Southern Brooklyn’s only art groups – the Brooklyn Streetcar Artists Group [/tag/brooklyn-streetcar-artists-group/] – was welcomed by Borough President Marty Markowitz this week, as they celebrated the first art exhibit at Brooklyn Borough Hall newly-renovated Community Room. BSAG members with Marty MarkowitzTwenty-eight artists hung pieces along the walls in