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H.O.A.S.T. 2011
H.O.A.S.T. 2011



The 6th Annual H.O.A.S.T. (Harlem Open Artist Studio Tour)

Saturday, October 15,2011 from noon till 6 pm
and Sunday October 16, 2011 from noon till 6pm

Artist from Floor4Art:
Anne-Laure Rodocanachi
Ingrid Capozzoli Flinn
Robin Rule
Paula Wood
Cynthia Woodie
Mercer Tullis
Mary Bridgman
John VanCamp
Damian VanCamp
Hye Youn Chung
Joseph Masibay
Karin Moggridge
Brian Kelly
Reuben Sinha
Norma Marquez Orozco

NEW YORK CITY Harlem once again shines as a beacon of art in New York City. A celebration of Harlem’s artistic prowess is marked by the 6th annual Harlem Open Artist Studio Tour (H.O.A.S.T.)-- a two- day, self-guided walking tour of artists? studios, museums and galleries in historic Harlem. The event will take place on Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16 from 12 p.m. till 6 p.m.

The tour is free to the public and can be started at:

Casa Frela (47 West 119th St),
Work Space Harlem (2340 Fifth Ave near 141st St.)
Floor4Art (2136 Fredrick Douglass Blvd. near 116th St)
Hamilton Landmark Gallery (239 W 145th St.), and
Taller Boricua (1680 Lexington Ave. near 106th St.)

H.O.A.S.T. features visual artists, performing artists, and authors and poets reading from their work. Harlem?s artists range from emerging talent to internationally recognized figures, with studios from traditional loft spaces to converted bedrooms. Art ranges from cutting-edge new media and outsider art to more traditional styles or representation and abstraction.

For additional information and a complete map/listing of events visit .
Event map can be downloaded:
Floor4Art is number 2 in the map

Previous HOAST events have brought in over 2,000 attendees from as far away as Sweden to as close as 125th street. HOAST is an examination Harlem gentrification, includes many former Harlem residents returning home,... these artist seize the excitement of being in this eclectic neighborhood... Reuben Sinha, Director, artHARLEM. The tour provides an intimate glimpse at art that you simply cannot get at a museum or gallery.