Go Brooklyn Art: Open Studio Sunday
On Saturday, Go Brooklyn Art, the borough-wide open studio event began with a torrential rainstorm and a tornado in some parts of Brookyn.
The weather (and the subway deficiencies) definitely kept some people away. But by the afternoon the weather had improved and we had a very generous turnout on Third Street .
In fact, a lovely group of people filled Hugh Crawford’s studio on Saturday. Thoughtful, curious, observant. Hugh had a nice day talking about his work with interested strangers.
It’s 11:09 AM on Sunday, we’ve already had one guest. Bernette Rudolph, a GO artist, came over to view Hugh’s work and to chat about GO. She had over fifty people in her studio yesterday and was quite pleased.
Saturday afternoon, I visited GO Brooklyn neighborhood coordinator Meril at Two Moon Art House & Cafe (on Fourth Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets) which is the local Go Brooklyn info spot. She’s worked very hard to make this event happen and she deserves lots of credit for its success.
It’s a gorgeous day, no tornadoes in the forecast. Looking forward to another GO day.