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GO seeks to be as big as Brooklyn: from the far reaches of Far Rockaway and back to the Manhattan Bridge, this weekend thousands of artists will open their studios to anyone who wants to take a peek. With just two days to see a ton of art, we’ve decided to put together a map so that you’ll be able to see as much as possible with just two feet and maybe a little bit of help from the MTA.
We’ve listed the main studio buildings throughout the grand borough of Brooklyn and the studios for artists featured in our GO interview series over at AFC. We also added a few spots for food and drink along the way because seriously, there’s no way anyone enjoys trekking through studios all day without some sustenance. With the power of this map, and maybe some caffeine and croissants, you can act like a studio hoppin’ pro (whatever that means).
Open Studio Tips
If you have a few dollars to spend, we recommend on starting out at the studios in DUMBO and Gowanus by grabbing some coffee at Grumpy’s, then working your way northeast to Bushwick for some mac ‘n’ cheese at Brooklyn Mac. Before you get into a food coma, you can head north by wrapping up the night with the studios in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. If you’re poor, we’ve included spots for Dunkin’ Donuts and McDonald’s because you know, we’re not beneath that.