Our Studio is located in the heart of Greenpoint's Film/Photo/Theatre District. Our building started life as a potato chip factory, then became studios for sculptor Richard Serra and installation artist Judy Pfaff. Now it's home to Bechdel Project, the feminist arts incubator, and when we’re not busy dismantling the patriarchy, we love to host fellow creatives!
Available For: Rehearsals, Self-tapes, Workshops, Classes, Readings, Photo Shoots, Music Video Shoots, and more.
800 Square feet of blank space featuring raw and industrial loft elements such as 12' ceilings with wood beams, exposed/white-washed brick walls, and ample natural light. The western-facing windows catch the sun perfectly in the early evening making "golden hour" in this studio especially beautiful. The other two windows are northern facing creating soft all-day natural light.
With changing table, nursing/pumping area, and other amenities for artists with children.
If you'd like to work in our space, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.