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​WE NEED ARTISTS | HOME/SPACE OWNERS | VOLUNTEERS

Homeowners

&

Spaceowners

STooPS' Annual Art Crawl depends on the generosity of local homeowners and spaceowners to donate use of their space for artists to transform into stages, galleries, and get-to-know-you spaces.  Do you have a stoop, sidewalk, or outside space we could use for community building through art?  Our Space Owners are homeowners, local businesses, and organizations alike. As a Space Owner you will only need to provide permission for STooPS to use your space, a point of contact for the day, and access to a restroom for your artist.

Interested in donating your space? Please complete this short form.

Calling Bed-Stuy Artists

Are you a talented artist who lives, works, or has a connection to Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn? Do you create- or are you interested in creating- interactive an engaging art to share with your community? 

 

Please let us know who you are by completing this Artist form.

Someone from the STooPS Team will get back to you with more information.

Volunteers

Are you interested in volunteering with STooPS and lending a hand for our BedStuy Art Crawl? Our small yet mighty organizing team is always looking for some extra help to make the event even better.  Plus you'll get to see some great art and meet neighbors, business owners, and organizations.

Volunteers are tasked with various responsibilities including:

  • Stoops clean/set-up

  • Sharing info about event in neighborhood

  • Distributing maps at hub

  • Food distribution for artists

  • Being placed at stoop to assist artist, share info, and count attendees

  • Stoop breakdown and clean up

  • Culminating event set up/breakdown 

  • Pre-event organizing.

We would love to have you join our team.  Contact us at info@stoopsbedstuy.org or (347) 450-2202.

CONTACT US:

E: info@stoopsbedstuy.org

O: (347) 450-2202

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The annual STooPS event is made possible by public funds from the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, both administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).

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