Studio update: Two Trees Cultural Space Subsidy Program

I’ll be working in Long Island City for the next few months and then heading back to DUMBO, where I’ve been invited to participate in the Two Trees Cultural Space Subsidy Program. Two Trees, a major real estate developer in DUMBO, announced last June that they were planning to help artists and arts organizations stay in the area by offering them space at below-market rental rates. I learned on Friday that my application for a subsidy has been approved. Thanks, Two Trees, for enabling the art community to maintain a footprint in DUMBO. [Image above: Manhattan Bridge, courtesy of Wired New York.]

The old LIC industrial building on 22nd Street where I’ll be working for a few months.

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