A FREE art festival in the public space in Bushwick, on Troutman Street between St. Nicholas Ave and Wyckoff Ave, next to the Jefferson L Train exits,
celebrating art in the community with the many artists that have studios or live/work in the neighborhood, local music talent, deejays, performance art, costumes and puppetry for a mini art parade,
art displays, installations
art parade, line up and walk at 5pm, giant puppets by Heather Piper, @piedpiperpuppets, shadow theater by Midnight Radio Show @midnightradioshow, performances and styling by Cult Party Nyc @cultpartynyc
bodypainting of nude models: Human Arts Connection, turning people into a human canvas, creating with the entire body works of art and expression. Sign up at http://www.humanconnectionarts.org, Andy Golub @humanconnectionarts
performance art curated by Ming Liu @mingliu22 with performers
Flo Flow & Brian McCorkle
Olivia Coffey & Eva Henderson
Os & En
Os & Eng
designers and local makers of awesomeness, Dylan Goldberger, Karan Kalra, Lisa Levy, Moon Rae Yoga, Cult Nyc, Nicole artistry, Isabelle Ewing, Sticker Social Club, Harlow Design Collective, Belle Weara, Michael ..
live painting with Kaliptus, Isabelle Ewing (findizzcreate), Anjl, Edward Ching, Peter Carlson, the Bee artist
We thank our sponsors to support the arts in Bushwick, fostering growth in the neighborhood, helping the mission of this non profit in every way.
Bushwick Daily, our favorite Bushwick media source, The Wyckoff Beer Garden, also supporters of the arts, Naked Juice supporting art and health!, Monster Energy, Supreme Digital Printing specializing in art services
wyckoff beer garden
Transportation: L train shuttles take them from Marcy Ave (J train), Myrtle Wyckoff (M train), or Broadway Junction (J train)
B 57 bus along Flushing Ave, connect to J train at Flushing Ave, Woodhull Hospital
GPS: look for 33 Wyckoff Ave or 421 Troutman Street
any question, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Uta Brauser’s vision of a venue for artists, by artists, outdoors with the regular rhythm of a weekly occurrence brought Creative Grove to life, in Jersey City NJ.
An outdoor lounge setting with music by Deejays and musicians recreated a living room or speakeasy environment in the public space. Performances spontaneous or planned, art installations, participatory art projects, combined with works on display by artists and makers, creatives, designers, artisans, form a meeting place and curious environment for the community.
Pioneering this scenario in Jersey City, it is well described as design for social innovation. Such events weave a net of interaction and lucrative environment, they become a platform for pluralistic expression. The multi faceted interlinking relations grow a strong presence and need in the community
The weekly occurrence throughout the year becomes the life blood of the area, especially with the presence of music.
CREATIVE GROVE artist & designer market has developed the destination factor of Downtown Jersey City, grown pedestrian traffic, it has radiated Economic Development for artists and the community.
The photo stream on flickr is www.flickr.com/photos/creativegrove