ArtWalk

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    SoHo ArtWalk

    Experience SoHo in a way that you’ve never seen it before. Dive into the Cast Iron District and learn how it transformed from farmland to dark and dangerous industrial wasteland yet was a progressive and productive breeding ground for artists. Discover unique large scale art installations by Walter DeMaria and inspired work live spaces by Donald Judd. You will also explore a monumental wall sculpture, a museum on the moon, discuss the idea of permanent public art, how NYU got its hands on a Picasso and if it is actually a Picasso. Join this personable tour to discover how artists and innovators made New York into the vibrant cultural hub it is today!
    SoHo ArtWalk

    399 W Broadway, New York

    • Hear true and little known stories that will change the way you see the city
    • Enjoy a sweet treat that will transport you back in time
    • Discover creative photo opportunities and an instant polaroid to take with you
    • Learn about SoHo’s transformation from industrial wasteland to cultural hub
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    Bowery ArtWalk

    The stories of the Bowery are ones of hope, determination, failure and passion. During this tour, you will follow the evolution of the neighborhood from crude to a diverse and eclectic community. Between restaurant supply stores and high end venues you will uncover the apartments and studios in which artists, writers and musicians created epic and ground breaking work. Learn about the grit that allowed for one of New York's biggest real estate coups, how art and architecture can together change the cityscape and how an exceptional inventor wanted to make education as free as water and air. Join this personable tour to learn how artists and innovators redefined the Bowery and changed it from skid row to cultural hub.
    Bowery ArtWalk

    30 Prince St, New York

    • Tour the art and architecture of the Bowery, one of New York’s most iconic neighborhoods
    • Hear about controversies surrounding famous pieces and buildings
    • See works by world famous artists like Keith Haring and Chuck Close
    • Enjoy stories and anecdotes about the neighborhood’s unique history
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