Sunset Park Wide Open is back!

October 15-17th, join us for a weekend of
open studios, exhibitions, and events, all
across Sunset Park.


201 46th Street, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Friday 10/15, 6 - 9 pm
Saturday 10/16, 12 - 5 pm


On Terrain and Emblem
Room #204
with works by Jazmine Catasus, Melanie Gonzalez, Harley Ngai Grieco, & Nancy Paredes

Participating artists include:
Amanda Leung, Andrew Schwartz, Angela Kehlenbeck, Carole d'Inverno, Cinthya Santos-Briones, Damien Ding, David Lindberg, Douglas Paisley, Frank Born, Fred Fleisher, Hiromitsu Kuroo, Homer Shew, Jahyun Seo, Joyce McKee, Julia Elsas, Kate Bae, Liz Jones, Lucy Nordlinger, Margot Werner, Matt Ro, Matthias Liechti, Min-Jer Kuo, Naomi Andree Campbell, Natalie Birinyi, Niamul Bari, Peter Walsh, Rachael McArthur, Ragini Bhow, Rhonda Weppler, Richard Kessler, Richard Rosenblatt, Rives Wiley, Robert Melzmuf, Ron Leach, Rowan Renee, Simone Couto, Sophia Chizuco, Tianlan Deng, Veronika Golova, Weston Frazor, Yi Hsuan Lai, Ying Hung

NARS Foundation

201 46th St, 4th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Friday 10/15, 6 - 9 pm
Saturday 10/16, 12 - 5 pm


The exhibitions will be on view from October 15th to November 5th, and with an Opening Reception on Friday 10/15, from 6-9 pm.Additionally, the NARS Season IV Residency Artists, and Studio Relief Program artists will open their spaces to the visitors.

Bubble Orchestra
Curated by Precog Magazine at the NARS Main Gallery, and with works by Adeniyi Ololade, Patricia Dominguez, Carlos Franco, Amiko Li, Alison Kuo, Umber Majeed, Anjuli Rathod, Ben Ross Davis, Virtual Dream Center, and Blinn & Lambert.

Spatiotemporal Invaders
An exhibiton of works by Jeremiah Teipen in the NARS Project space.

Participating artists include:
Residency Artists: Guillaume Brisson-Darveau, Yoshie Sugito , Barnett Cohen, Shuyi Cao, Asia Stewart, Rodney Ewing, Tenzin Phuntsog, Bradley Marshall, Niki Afsar, Ahmet Civelek, Hae Won Sohn. 

Studio Relief Artists: Daniel Barragan, Juyi Mao, Haley Matis-Uzzo, Hiromi Kiba.

Art Cake

214 40th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Friday 10/15, 5-8 pm
Saturday 10/16, 1-6 pm
Sunday 10/17, 1-6 pm

Art Cake Open StudiosArt Cake studio program provides individual workspaces to artists from around the world working in a variety of fine art disciplines. The complex on the second floor is comprised of ten studios and a shared communal area. A group show featuring work by the participating artists in the studio program will be on view.

Participating artists include:
William Fleites, Carolyn Forrester, Carl E. Hazlewood, Naomi Lisiki, Ai Makita, Michael Rado, Michele Rushfeldt, Riley Strom, Dannielle Tegeder

BioBAT Artspace

Brooklyn Army Terminal Building A
140 58th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Saturday 10/16, 12-5 pm
Sunday 10/17, 12-5 pm

BioBAT Art Space is pleased to present two exhibitions: Common Frequencies, an exhibition that brings together the works of Lorena Mal, Marcela Armas, Gilberto Esparza, Tania Candiani, and Interspecifics, and curated by Elisa Gutierrez Eriksen. The work of these Mexican artists meets at the intersection of art and science, and explores the relationship between these two disciplines through sound, urban ecology, language, and the construction of collective imageries. The artists—working across performance, installation, photography, sound, and drawing—are inspired by resonance, mechanics, electricity, and magnetism and take these phenomena as the basis for the invention of mechanisms that give voice to nature.

Impending Beauty, a solo exhibition by Tatiana Arocha at BioBAT Art Space Project Space, that transports viewers into a tea room that recalls early 19th Century European opulence, yet every surface bears images of an all-engulfing rainforest. The installation interrogates man’s instruments of aggression as well as those luxurious, ‘civilized’ artifacts and furnishings that hold so much material value but exist purely as a result of the heedless ransacking of natural resources. Within this room nature prevails, the flora and fauna recolonizing their sacred spaces.Concert: “Household Requiem”

Performances on Sunday 10/17 at 3 pm and 4pm 
Household Requiem is a collaboration between Mexican artists Tania Candiani and composer Rogelio Sosa with the Grace Chorale Brooklyn, to be presented in the framework of the Common Frequencies Exhibition at BioBAT Art Space in Brooklyn. The presented piece was composed in response to the pandemic, and the lives that have been lost since 2020. It brings together the inner and external sounds of the lockdown in a composition about grief and unity.


Brooklyn Army Terminal,
Buildings A & B

140 58th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Saturday 10/16, 1-5 PM
Sunday 10/17, 1-5 PM

For one weekend only, Chashama’s studio hub at Brooklyn Army Terminal is open to the public!

Explore new works from 117 visual artist studios, interact with our talented studio artists, and wander through this historic Brooklyn Army Terminal during our Open House New York.This event is done in tandem with Open House New York and NARS Foundation’ Sunset Park Wide Open.

Participating artists include: Alberte Bernier, Alicia Degener, Amy Ritter, Anh Thuy Nguyen, Barry Rosenthal, Brian Zegeer, Bruce Campbell, Caleb Nussear, Carl Auge, Che Min Hsiao, Christina Giuffrida, David Jacobsen Loncle, Deming Harriman, E Townsend West, Eric Strauss, Geuryung Lee, Howard Gladstone, Irina Kruzhilina, James Kevin Wilson, James Rose, Jamie Harris, Jeanne Marie Wasilik, Jennie Booth, Ji Yong Kim, Jia-Jen Lin, Johanna Ryan, Jonathan Fischer, Katherine Daniels, Kathryn Larkins, Kostas Kiritsis, Kristin Reed, Laura Stein, Leola Bermanzohn, Liza Sokolovskaya, Megan Olson, Melissa Eder, Michael McCarthy, Miranda Maher, Mitch Patrick, Muriel Grabe, Nancy Elsamanoudi, Nicholas Fraser, Noah Landfield, Omer Gal, roberto reynoso, Robyn Gibson, sally boon matthews, Sheryl Oppenheim, Songyi Kim, Sophia Kayafas, Stephanie Beck, Stephanie Corne, Stephanie Norberg, Steve Zolin, Suzanne Goldenberg, Tirtzah Bassel, Wade Schaming, Yana Dimitrova, Yu-Chun "Pony" Ma, Zoe Papini


132 32nd St, Suite 108
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Friday 10/15, 6:30-8:30pm

Biology Lab as Studio: At Genspace we explore what it means to make work in collaboration with bacteria, plants, and fungi. What can we learn from non-human life forms? What is the role of care and experimentation? And what future can we envision or create in the lab?

Join Genspace for a drop-in open-house to see objects, multimedia, and other works from artists who've called Genspace home over the years. Explore what you might create with the tools of biotechnology.

Tabla Rasa Gallery

224 48th St
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Saturday 10/16, 1-5pm
Sunday 10/17, 1-5 pm

Tabla Rasa Gallery welcomes the public to visit. There will be a "Meet and Greet" with gallery artists. Artwork available for viewing and purchase at special studio sale pricing.

Featured artists include:
Stephen Basso, Tom Bennett , Willie Mae Brown, Gregory Frux, Tami Gold, Anders Knutsson, Janet Morgan , Agnes Murray, Doug Newton, Aaron Simms, Jenny Toth, Audrey Anastasi, Joseph Anastasi

Target Margin Theater

232 52nd St
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Sunday, 10/17 from 2-3pm

Variations on “Exercises in Style” is a two day theater workshop for BIPOC youth that invites them to create a variation on the play by Raymond Queneau of the same title. On our first day we will introduce the participants to a variety of theater tools and exercises, from the Viewpoints Method, the Theater of the Oppressed, Kristin Linklater voice & speech, etc. On the second day we plan to develop our own take on the play and come up with a flow of theatrical tableaux. We will open our doors at 2pm on October 17th as part of the Sunset Park Wide Open for visitors to come witness our explorations.

Sarah Bitar is a trilingual actor, vocalist and activist from Lebanon. She graduated from the Stella Adler Studio. She utilizes her craft in acting, teaching and devising to create compassionate dialogue that explores the different facets of the human social experience. Credits include: Glimpse; Revolucion (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); Hail Elisha (LAByrinth Theater Company).
Rawya El Chab is a Brooklyn-based theater-maker from Lebanon. Her career trajectory combines training and experience in classical theatre, contemporary art performance and community engagement. Her work emphasizes the development of ludic practices and the democratization of the tools of theater as a means to dismantle modes of oppression.

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