If you’re an artists looking for a studio in Bushwick, we might have something really great for you. Art accessibility think tank
have just started to accept applications to rent out individual studios in their active space at 566 Johnson Ave, which open 2 months ago on
If you’re lucky and get a studio with Curbs & Stoops, it’s not only a lease agreement you’re becoming a part of; you will become a part of a progressive cultural center and a dynamic network of young artists. The founders of Curbs & Stoops, Ashley Zelinskie and Jeffrey Peña curate shows of works of people in the building, throw events, host residencies and invite international artists for visits. To learn more about Curbs & Stoops, the idea behind and its history, read our interview with Ashley Zelinskie here.
Curbs & Stoops is accepting applications for about a month. Learn more and apply by emailing a single PDF document (lastname.first.pdf) with 10 work samples, artist statement and a CV to [email protected]