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Transformative Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program names recipients

June 28 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

The Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program announced on Tuesday the recipients of its 2022-2023 studio program residency, as well as the recipients of the 2022 Philip Pearlstein Painter recipient and the 2022 Irving Sandler Prize. The recipients of the 2022-2023 residency are aricoco (Ari Tabei), David Atkin, Jeane Cohen, Avram Finkelstein, Jim Gaylord, Yasi Ghanbari, William Kohler, […]

DUMBO’s downstairs retail tenants suffer rainstorm woes, urge city action

November 18 | Sim Tumay

One month into her new job at Smack Mellon art gallery in DUMBO, Willa Goettling went into work the morning after Hurricane Henri, grabbed a push broom, and cleared seven inches of water out of artist studios in the basement. What happened that morning in DUMBO in August might occur a lot more often in […]

Toba Potosky: We Are Failing Our Neighbors Without Homes

June 16 | By Toba Potosky

New Yorkers are well familiar with the problems of homelessness. This has been an issue the city, indeed the country, has grappled with for many years. The confluence of mental illness, high housing costs, poverty, and government inaction have made homelessness seem an intractable problem. It is not. As a candidate to represent the 33rd […]

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