Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Enjoy our free workshops and public art while shopping for fresh produce at GrowNYC's Greenmarkets. Bring your family and stay a while - we've got the accommodations!

We are very excited to announce that our One Stop Family Pop Up will be appearing at GrowNYC's Brooklyn Greenmarkets on August 8th and 11th!

August 8th
From 10:00am- 2:00pm
Scrapbooking workshop - Enjoy creating a beautiful custom-made scrapbook. Bring your precious photographs and background decor, or add your favorite photos later. 

Guest artist, Ayaka Kobayashi

Prospect Park West at 15th Street, Brooklyn [map]
(Green Market Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)

Ayaka Kobayashi
 is the Founder of be.COLORful – NYC Scrapbooking – 

August 11th
From 11:00am-3:00pm  The event was cancelled from heavy storm weather
“POKETTO”, a participatory public art installation - "If you could find anything you wished in a pocket, what would it be? Write it. Draw it. Leave it in a pocket. Read what others said.”
Bring POCKETS from your precious old clothes to add to the installation.

Guest artist, Hiromi Niizeki
On plaza at Court St and Montague St, Brooklyn [map]
(Market Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
Hiromi asks people to stop for a short time and think about what is important to them and why. Participants may respond to the question by drawing, writing and/or creating small pieces of art work to leave in the pockets. 

Niizeki Hiromi: Niizeki has exhibited her work both domestically and internationally at many prominent art institutions which include The National Museum of Art in Johannesburg, South Africa; Palo Alto Junior Museum, Palo Alto, CA; Memorial Art Gallery, The University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; Highways Performance and Arts, Los Angeles, CA; Cave, Brooklyn, NY; and La Foret Museum, Tokyo, Japan. Her mixed media installations, sculptural objects, and assemblages embody her interest in exploring the use of various types of existing and handmade papers. Her work is widely known and exists among a number of high profile collections. She has received critical acclaim by art critics such as Holland Cotter of The New York Times, Stuart Ferguson of the Wall Street Journal, and Jane Ingram Allen for Sculpture Magazine. She has participated in a number of Arts Residencies which include Clock Tower Gallery/PS1 Contemporary Art Center, N.Y. and Governors Island Studio Program at the Children's Museum of the Arts, New York. Niizeki resides and works in Astoria, Queens, since 1988.  www.niizekihiromi.com

Both workshops will be flanked by our One Stop accommodations: A private and hygenic lactation space, a diaper changing and potette area, stroller parking, and a play space. We also provide smaller chairs for children to participate in workshops.

If you are interested in having us at a NYC event near you, contact us at 1stopfamilypopup@gmail.com.

We appreciate GrowNYC's collaboration. One Stop Family Pop Up is supported by Citizens Committee for NYC, and New York Foundation for the Arts.

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