oOo Tours of the Welling Court Mural Project this weekend for OHNY: art for sale there and viewable online! oOo



This weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October 17 & 18, we will be out at the Welling Court Mural Project from 10am-6pm and giving 3 tours at 11am, 2pm and 4:30pm. Sticker Social Club will be in effect rocking workshops to help attendees get in touch with their own inner sticker maker. Tons of art viewable and for sale from Welling Court as well as Sticker Social Club artists. Artwork from Welling Court peeps is viewable at our store here.

Links for the weekend:

Facebook Event Page

OHNY Weekend Page

Sticker Social Club FB Event Page

Celebrating the streets, solidarity, community and culture! Eager to spruce up his neighborhood, Welling Court resident Jonathan Ellis connected with Ad Hoc Art in fall 2009 and they hit it off in great stride. The first Welling Court Mural Project (WCMP) debuted in May 2010 with 40+ murals transforming the neighborhood into a creative celebration and unique public art experience. Now in its 6th year, the WCMP continues to meld a spectacular crew of legendary artists together with a fresh mix of emerging talents. Spanning over 50 years of public work and over 130 murals, the WCMP is one of the best collections of contemporary street culture on earth, all within this hidden gem of NYC; free and open to the public 24/7/365!

Some of the artists include: Abe Lincoln, Jr., Andy Golub, Beau Stanton, Bishop203, Caleb Neelon, Cern, Christopher Cardinale, Chris Soria, Chuck Berrett, Dan Witz, Danielle Mastrion, Depoe, Don Leicht, Elle, Ellis Gallagher, EpicUno, Eyez, Gera, Greg Lamarche, Hellbent, Icy & Sot, Hef, Joe Iurato, John Breiner, John Fekner, Joseph Meloy, Katie Yamasaki, Kid Lew, Lady Pink, Lmnopi, LogikOne, MagdaLove, MAST, Matthew Ellis, Meres, Praxis, Python, Queen Andrea, R. Nicholas Kuszyk, Raquel Echanique, Rene Gagnon, Royal Kingbee, Rubin415, RWK, Ryan Seslow, SEBS, SeeOne, Sinned, SpazeCraft, Subtexture, Steven Cogle, TooFly, Vera Times, Wane, Werc, Zed1, Zimad & more.

As this is a walking tour of a public art project in the streets, bring comfortable shoes and whatever food and beverage you need to stay fed & hydrated. There are several locations around to buy food and beverages. Restrooms are available in local restaurants with patronage of the restaurant.

Saturday & Sunday Tour Info: Tours at 11am, 2, 4:30pm both days with Ad Hoc Art director Garrison Buxton will include discussions on street art and graffiti, as well as interesting information about the artists, the neighborhood, and the project’s evolution. (1 hr)

Come see how artists from around the world continue to unite with artists from the block to create site-specific works, which provide new arrays of visual experiences, changing how people perceive and interact with their environment.


Ad Hoc Art