Resources

Art Organizations

303 Grand provides brands, artists, and organizations an opportunity to create an experiential pop-up store or retail experience with minimal time or budget commitment.

Artists & Fleas creates weekly markets where emerging artists, designers, vintage collectors, and handmade crafters can set up shop and come in direct contact with the consumer public

Arts in Bushwick is an all volunteer organization that serves and engages artists and other neighborhood residents through creative accessibility and community organizing.

Chez Bushwick is an artist-run organization based in Brooklyn, dedicated to the advancement of interdisciplinary art and performance, with a strong focus on new choreography.

Eye Level BQE is an artist run gallery that is devoted to providing a unique forum for artists and designers living and working in Brooklyn and Queens, with an open invitation for international artists as well.

Factory Fresh is the newest space brought to you by Ali Ha and Ad Deville formerly of Orchard Street Art Gallery in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Since 2002 Ali and Ad have shown the art of themselves and the art of fellow artist they met in the global street art scene and in the NYC Community.

FEAST is a recurring public dinner designed to use community-driven financial support to democratically fund new and emerging art makers.

Greenpoint Open Studios is a weekend long event celebrating a burgeoning art scene in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. It is a collaborative effort between artists, organizations, businesses and volunteers.

Groundswell Community Mural Project is a NYC-based, 501(c)(3) founded in 1996 to bring together youth, professional artists, and communities in partnership. We use art as a tool for social change by creating high quality works of public art in under-represented neighborhoods.

International Studio and Curatorial Program is a visual arts residency program in New York tailored to suit the practical needs of the visiting artist/curator by providing space in which to produce as well as addressing the magnitude of the world’s art capital.

Live from Brooklyn is a lean, nimble visual communications company, expert in crafting the look of all forms of printed and digital media.

Momenta Art is an artist-run charitable institution that works to promote emerging and underrrepresented artists.

Moviehouse (3rd Ward) showcases blow-your-mind-good shorts, music videos, animation and video art by the city’s most intrepid moviemakers.

Tillett Lighting crafts highly nuanced lighting programs. Founded in 1983, it has a reputation for artistry, technical innovation and functionality. Founder/Principal Linnaea Tillett holds a doctorate in environmental psychology.

Trust Art is a social platform that is commissioning ten public artworks over the next year. People are invited to become shareholders with $1, share with interested friends, and renew culture.

Williamsburg Gallery Association

The Trinity Project is an art and community exchange program with a home base at Most Holy Trinity Church in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Artists of all disciplines can get free or low-cost space for their projects in exchange for volunteer teaching at Saints Joseph and Dominic Catholic Academy or general volunteering with Most Holy Trinity Church.

Community Representatives

Borough President Marty Markowitz

Community Board #1

Council Member Diana Reyna

Council Member Steve Levin

Community Organizations

Greenpoint Food Market encourages community involvement and DIY methods of food production and hopes to bring people together to simply enjoy and appreciate delicious food. GFM takes place monthly inside Church of Messiah located at 129 Russell Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Neighbors Allied for Good Growth developed out of our neighborhood’s desire to recapture its waterfront, reduce local environmental hazards, and advocate for public policies promoting healthy mixed-use communities.

Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn is a not-for-profit which, through fund raising and working with the community, elected officials and the New York City Parks Department, furthers the restoration and preservation of the existing parks as well as the development of new parks in the Greenpoint/Williamsburg communities.

People’s Firehouse is the management agent for four community-based low and moderate-income housing developments – three rentals and one home ownership.

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