Don't miss the exhibition at Lumenhouse during the BOS Festival this weekend, featuring work by resident Lumenhouse artists Matthew Brownell, Megan Hays, Sara Hubbs, and Stephen Workman. Each artist will be present to discuss their work, and will have their studios open on-site as well where you can learn more about their art practice and view more work.
The opening celebration will run concurrent with Bushwick Open Studios on Saturday, June 6th from 12-7pm. Complimentary beverages from 5-7. This event is free and open to the public. Our House has been coordinated with BOS, and the gallery hours have been extended for Sunday, June 7th from 12-7.
For more information visit: www.lumenhouse.com or call 718.942.5395.
June 6 – July 5, 2009
Opening Saturday, June 6th, 12 - 7 pm
Location & Parking:
Lumenhouse exhibition space is located at 47 Beaver St., Brooklyn, NY 11206 at the corner of Park St. in East Williamsburg/Bushwick. LUMENHOUSE is 3 blocks from the J/M train Flushing Ave. Station. Visitors may park in front of the loading dock on Park St. nearest the corner of Beaver St.
Lumenhouse exhibition space is open from 12-5, Saturdays & Sundays. Weekdays by appointment.
"Lumenhouse is an emerging arts organization located in an old factory in an economically depressed neighborhood in Brooklyn. It is a collaboration between visual artist Aurora Robson and cinematographer Marshall Coles.
Since Lumenhouse’s inception, we have been focusing on providing an affordable, professional space for the creation and development of fine arts via art studios, workshops, film screenings, exhibitions, photography, art documentation services, performance space, community forums and other cultural events. We have also been hosting a variety of community arts events including FluxConcert, The Brooklyn International Film Festival, The Bushwick Film Festival, Bushwick Open Studios Annual Benefits, SITE Performance Festival, LouderArts Poetry Slam, Community Forums, Artist Talks, and various art exhibitions.
We are currently working on transforming Lumenhouse into the first solar-powered multi-media, multi-use art space. Using solar power will help us achieve financial sustainability while raising environmental consciousness and exploring the potential of energy from the sun."