A Brooklyn Art Festival Held In Homes, Bars And Schools

A Brooklyn Art Festival Held In Homes, Bars And Schools

Art exhibit promotes community integration of local residents and artists.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 december 2010

Arts in Bushwick, a Brooklyn-based volunteer organization that works to counter development-driven displacement in the community through art and creativity, recently held an arts festival called Beta Spaces which consisted of a series of exhibitions and community discussions organized by local artists. The exhibitions were showcased, not in a gallery, but in bars, cafes and even at artists’ homes, with an aim to carry the organization’s mission of bridging the gap between neighborhood residents and artists who have moved there and creating an integrated community.

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