On Oct 7 the many curated and spontaneous exhibits and manifestations took to the street and to our beloved host space, the Wyckoff Beer Garden !
The sidewalks were claimed by joyous, curious crowds, performers, live art, body painting and installations. The artist and designer stalls together with our music stage were situated in the Wyckoff Beer Garden, simply a few feet up the block on Wyckoff Ave. The spirit, energy and free expression with art is better captured in the many pictures than with words.
Photographs by David Harty and Uta Brauser.
art on Troutman
frank with guitar
wyckoff beer garden
beer garden art place
Troutman fashion style
Troutman art walk
Body painting by Andy Golub
Body painting color basics
Andy Golub Human Connecton Arts
stylin on Troutman
market view beer garden
deeejay pastiche and Lily Mao
Naked Juice sponsor
Michael with dolls
impromptu graf services
Henna painting Nicole artistry
paparazzi on troutman
Marzipane Physics, social sticker club
Naked Juice selfie wall
Troutman x Wyckoff
With art crawls outdoors the aim is to celebrate art in the public space,
vitalizing the neighborhood with activities, art on display, installations and community interaction by the many local artists in the area.
Bushwick in the Jefferson Street x Wyckoff Ave area is very populated with artist studios, an art crawl brings attention to the artists, and connects the community with the artists and the public.
The event took place at the same time with the Bushwick Collective Block party, bringing a new series of murals of street art and graffiti to the walls on Troutman and adjacent neighborhood, with music and vendors, Troutman and Scott Ave.
Event photography by Pedro Swaby
12 artists painted live at the Go Green Festival, organized by Town Square, celebrating Earth Day with activities, designers and artists offering ideas about earth friendly matters or community.
The artists Brett Thompson, G Piedmonte, Nyssa Frank, Chris Smith (Smitty), Francis Christie, Henry Minata, Raul David, Alicia Garcia, Omer Gal, Elizabeth Devlin, Uta Brauser and Chandra Free painted on portable walls, non permanent wall space.
The event created a memorable and lasting impact on our community and environment, with the help of all artists, contributing designers and small businesses offereing green solutions for a sustainable world!