is a seedy carnival
    an analphabetic fantasyland that lies just beyond the portal of consciousness
    exploring the kaleidoscope of what is known but unthought
    a pre-Oedipal color convergence of images and stanzas by Harry Cushing, Juliana Merz and A.W. Strouse
    Opening reception is Friday, May 8th, 7-10 pm
    Poetry reading at 8 pm
    Harry Cushing, Juliana Merz, and A.W. Strouse are artists who live in New York City.
    Exhibition runs through May 24th. 
    Wayfarers is open 1-5pm Sundays.
    ON TOBY:
    Chika Matsuda
  • jesse james arnold (in the ether) 15
  • Wayfarers is a Brooklyn-based studio program that offers qualifying members private studios, access to a woodshop and a solo-show (or the option to curate a show) in the on-site gallery. 

    There is room for 10-20 members at Wayfarers, and the goal is to keep membership as cheap as possible so we can hand pick really good people making really good work.  We’re hoping to develop a small community of makers who will champion each other and kick each others’ asses.
  • Wayfarers presents 10-12 exhibits a year. They are a combination of curated projects, solo shows by former artists in residence and group shows. All exhibits are free and open to the public 1 pm - 5 pm on Sundays, by appointment or by chance.
  • In addition to shows, Wayfarers also hosts regular critiques, drawing parties, group shows, live music, experimental performances, puppetry projects, readings, video screenings, skillshares and other inventive events.