March 2nd, Friday 6:00~8:00pm
March 2nd - 11th. 2012
WAH Center [Williamsburg Art & Historical Center]
135 Broadway, Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211 U.S.A.
(718)- 486-6012 or (718)-486-7372
[Located at the corner of Bedford, next to the Williamsburg Bridge]
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri, 1-5 pm / Sat & Sun, 1-6 pm.
ABOUT THE WAH CENTER (WILLIAMSBURG ART & HISTORICAL CENTER)
The WAH Center housed in a New York City landmark, The Kings County Savings Bank Building built in 1867, is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization founded in late 1996. It is a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community, and to create a bridge between local, national and international artists, as well as emerging and established artists of all disciplines. To learn more visit www.wahcenter.net
How to get to the WAH Center
When driving, just keep to your right when crossing the Williamsburg Bridge which leads you to Broadway. Turn right on Broadway. We are 2 blocks down on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Broadway in the landmark Kings County Savings Bank Building, 135 Broadway.
L train to Bedford (one stop into Brooklyn from Manhattan) Avenue.
Walk thirteen blocks south and under the Williamsburg Bridge to Broadway.
Or J, M or Z train to Marcy Avenue (one stop into Brooklyn from Manhattan). Walk three blocks west on Broadway to the WAH Center.