Alloy announces the opening of Recess Assembly, a pilot arts and educational program in Downtown Brooklyn
Posted November 30, 2016
Supported by Alloy, Recess and Brooklyn Justice Initiatives will take over a vacant storefront at 370 Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn for a nine-month pilot program featuring local artists who will create new works in a public setting. The storefront which includes a classroom for an arts-based diversion program is being donated and built out by Alloy and will open in January 2017.
One John Street is officially a LEED Gold certified building!
One John Street is officially a LEED Gold certified building! Thanks to the designers, engineers and consultants that worked to make this happen.
The 2,000 Gallon Project comes to an end but lives on with 17 trees planted throughout Gowanus.
The 2,000 Gallon Project is disassembled with trees and plants rooted throughout Gowanus, dumpsters will be recycled as planters in Industry City.
Storefront for Art and Architecture: Letters to the Developer
Alloy received 5 letters as part of the “Letters to the Developer” series at the Storefront for Art and Architecture.