- Thanks for you concern about Wayfarers member, Corey Durbin.
Corey is out of the hospital and on the road to recovery. If you know him, you know he's painfully uncomfortable with this sort of spotlight, so we've thought better of hosting a benefit for him as a public event. If you'd like to help Corey out with the living expenses he incurred while he was in the hospital and unable to work, by all means, please do. You can make your donations here:
Thanks so much for your concern and support.
Your pals at Wayfarers
- 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 solo shows by artists in residence, group shows, and curated projects. All exhibits are free and open to the public 12-6pm Saturdays and 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.