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MidWeek Updates…Governors Island 2019

7.10.19

Hey! Been back at work getting new blog posts ready for the week and the weeks ahead. As promised, I’m keeping an eye on Portal: Governors Island art fair this year, which will take place during the weekends of September. I can’t recall if I posted this part, but I will post it again as a reminder for those attending the fair.


Credit source: portal: governors island

Hours & Admission


August 31 – September 29, 2019
Saturdays and Sundays only, 11am – 6pm

Admission is Free
8-minute ferry ride to Governors Island:
•  Adult – $3 (free before 11:30 AM)
•  Seniors – $1 (free before 11:30 AM)
•  Children under 13 – Free
•  IDNYC Holders – Free
•  Military Personnel – Free

Catalogues:  $20

 

Location & Transportation


Governors Island, Colonels Row
Bldg. 405, 406, 407 and 408
Just follow the signs marked Colonels Row to the buildings with the yellow and orange banners.

From Manhattan:
The Governors Island Ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building located at 10 South Street, adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan. The ferry terminal is accessible as follows:

By Subway – 1 to South Ferry station4, 5 to Bowling Green station or R to Whitehall St. station
By Bus – M6, M9, and M15
By Car – There is no public parking at the Governors Island ferry building. There is garage parking across the street from the Battery Maritime Building for a fee.

From Brooklyn:
The ferry from Brooklyn leaves from Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, located at the end of Atlantic Avenue (corner of Columbia Street).

By Subway: 2,3,4,5 to Borough HallA, C, F to Jay St./Borough Hall; or R to Court Street
By Bus: B63 to the terminus of Atlantic Avenue (at Columbia Street)

East River Ferry Service
NY Waterway’s East River Ferry offers frequent service to Governors Island on Saturdays and Sundays over the summer. For more information please visit eastriverferry.com.

 

About 4heads, Inc.


4heads is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization run by artists for artists. It was launched in New York in 2008, when Nicole LaemmleJack Robinson, and Antony Zito, who are working artists themselves, saw an opportunity to create a platform that would serve emerging artists and the local community through exhibitions, education programs, and artistic collaborations.

The organization’s DIY spirit helps catalyze the ongoing dialogue between artists and people from all walks of life. Its diverse slate of initiatives includes the Governors Island Art FairPortal art fairarts-education initiatives for underserved communities, and a summer Artists in Residence program on Governors Island.

4heads is committed to shedding new light on hidden culture and bringing new life to unexpected and unique spaces across the city.

Come back this Saturday for some weekend updates! Enjoy your Wednesday and be blessed.
 
 
Featured and other images: Governors Island Art Fair
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