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Opening tomorrow at 23 Meadow Street in East Williamsburg, the three-day All City Art Expo 2015 is an exuberant celebration of NYC’s outdoor art culture. We stopped by yesterday and had the opportunity to speak to Evan Tobias of Cluster Wall who, along with Kevin Michael, curated the exhibit.

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This is quite an eclectic collection of art here! What is the concept behind the All City Art Expo?

It is a celebration of all outdoor art. We wanted to showcase a range of artwork — by sticker artists, graffiti writers, street artists and muralists — all in one setting.

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And it looks great! How did you find such an ideal setting?

We began looking at spaces awhile back. And Mona Liza Furniture — a huge arena with ample outdoor space —  offered to host us.

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It couldn’t be more perfect! When did you begin working on this All City Art Expo?

I met Kevin Michael many months ago. We began working together on this project back in the winter.

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There are so many artists here representing so many different styles, concepts and genres. How did you choose which ones to include?

When Kevin and I came up with this concept, we wrote up a wish list that included a range of artists from Old School graff guys to ones whose works have surfaced recently on our streets.

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What was your greatest challenge in organizing this event?

Handling the logistics behind working with over 100 artists!

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What can visitors expect — besides a chance to see and purchase such an extensive selection of artworks?

The Sticker Social Club will join us and visitors will have a chance to “slap and share.”  There will be a Black Book Jam on Sunday with many Old School writers in attendance. On both Saturday and Sunday a Groundswell artist will lead mural workshops. And there will be music all weekend by DJ Pumpkin, food by Arrogant Swine, along with drinks, vendors and raffles.

rocko Three Day All City Art Expo Brings Outdoor Art Inside with: BK Foxx, Dain, See One, Rob Plater, Zimad, Taki183, Art is Trash, Rocko and more

Can you tell us something about your relationship with Groundswell?

We have asked each artist to donate a canvas — an All City Compact Canvas – that will be sold for $150.00. Proceeds will be donated to Groundswell to support the wonderfully transformative projects the organization brings to our communities in its work with youth.

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Good luck!  It’s all so impressive, and it looks like it will be so much fun!

Images: 1. BK Foxx 2. Dain 3. See One 4. Rob Plater 5. Zimad 6. Taki 183 and Nic 707 7. Art is Trash 8. Rocko

Interview by Lois Stavsky

Photo credits: 1, 3 5-8 Lois Stavsky; 2 & 4 Dani Reyes Mozeson

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This is the 16th in an occasional series of posts featuring images of girls — and women — who grace NYC public spaces:

Dasic Fernandez at the Bushwick Collective

Dasic Fernandez street art Bushwick Collective NYC Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

William Power in East New York

William power street art nyc Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

Toofly in Astoria for the Welling Court Mural Project

toofly street art welling court NYC Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

Jorit Agoch at the Bushwick Collective

Jorit Agoch street art bushwick collective Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

QRST in Bushwick

qrst street art NYC Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

Tristan Eaton in Little Italy for the LISA Project

tristan eaton little italy street art nyc Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

Zeso in Astoria for the Welling Court Mural Project

zeso graffiti welling court NYC Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

JR in Nolita

JR public street art NYC Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

Ananda Nahu in Hunts Point, as seen on this past weekend’s #NYTBronxWalk

Ananda Nahu South Bronx street art NYC Girls on Walls, Part XVI: Dasic, William Power, Toofly, Jorit Agoch, QRST, Tristan Eaton, Zeso, JR and Ananda Nahu

Photo credits:  1, 2, 5, 7 & 9 Lois Stavsky 3, 6  Tara Murray 4 Courtesy Jorit Agoch & 8 Courtesy M18

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Paul wackers street art tribeca NYC Brooklyn Based Artist Paul Wackers in SoHo and at Morgan Lehman in Chelsea Through Friday

This past winter, a huge public mural, Slow Dance and the Daylight, surfaced outside the James Hotel on 6th Avenue off Grand Street. The work of Brooklyn-based artist Paul Wackers, its vivid colors and creative composition intrigue.

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Paul wackers tribeca Brooklyn Based Artist Paul Wackers in SoHo and at Morgan Lehman in Chelsea Through Friday

On view through Friday at Morgan Lehman is Thank You for Being Youfeaturing a series of stunning paintings, along with ceramic sculptures ranging from the recognizable to the surreal. It is Paul Wackers‘ second solo exhibit at Morgan Lehman.

Paul wackers acrylic and spray paint Morgan lehman Gallery Gallery nyc Brooklyn Based Artist Paul Wackers in SoHo and at Morgan Lehman in Chelsea Through Friday

Paul wackers art Morgan Lehman Gallery Chelsea NYC Brooklyn Based Artist Paul Wackers in SoHo and at Morgan Lehman in Chelsea Through Friday

A wide view with ceramic sculptures

paul wackers installation Morgan Lehman Brooklyn Based Artist Paul Wackers in SoHo and at Morgan Lehman in Chelsea Through Friday

Morgan Lehman Gallery is located at 535 West 22nd Street between 10th and 11th Avenues in the Chelsea gallery district.

Photos 1-3 by Lois Stavsky; 4-6 Dani Reyes Mozeson

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This past Saturday, David Gonzalez, award-winning journalist, photographer and co-editor of the New York Times photoblog, Lens, led a group of Instagramers on a walk through Hunts Point, introducing us to works by some of its legendary graffiti artists and muralists. Here are a few images StreetArtNYC captured on Instagram:

Tats Cru with How and Nosm, close-up

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Nicer, Tats Cru with Instagramer Sarah Sansom aka catscoffeecreativity seated

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Ces

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Daze

Daze graffiti NYTBronxWalk NYC David Gonzalez Guides a <em>New York Times</em> Photo Walk in Hunts Point: Tats Cru, How & Nosm, Ces, Daze, Crash and more

Crash, who also shared some Hunts Point history with us, in front of his mural

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David Gonzalez leads the way to the Point, Tats Cru‘s headquarters

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Artist-at-work at the Point

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David Gonzalez (left), Whitney Richardson (center), James Estrin (right) and Kerri MacDonald (top) of The New York Times at the Point

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Renowned photojournalist Martha Cooper, also on the walk, shared with us some photos she had taken of the trains in key spots over 30 years ago, and she captured us all here.

Note: You can check out the Instagram hashtag #NYTBronxWalk for more images from Saturday’s tour.

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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Chilean German artist PAU street art Asbury Park New Jersey In Asbury Park, NJ with Pau, Cope2, Joe Iurato, Indie 184, Pork Chop, Logan Hicks, Hacula and more

Artworks in a range of styles by local, regional and international artists continue to surface along Asbury Park’s waterfront. Here are a few more:

Cope2 and Joe Iurato

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Indie 184

Indie graffiti street art asbury Park New Jersey In Asbury Park, NJ with Pau, Cope2, Joe Iurato, Indie 184, Pork Chop, Logan Hicks, Hacula and more

Mike La Vallee aka Pork Chop

Porkchop street art Asbury Park New Jersey In Asbury Park, NJ with Pau, Cope2, Joe Iurato, Indie 184, Pork Chop, Logan Hicks, Hacula and more

Logan Hicks

Logan Hicks street art Asbury Park In Asbury Park, NJ with Pau, Cope2, Joe Iurato, Indie 184, Pork Chop, Logan Hicks, Hacula and more

B Ready

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Harif Guzman aka Hacula

Harif Guzman street art asbury park new jersey In Asbury Park, NJ with Pau, Cope2, Joe Iurato, Indie 184, Pork Chop, Logan Hicks, Hacula and more

Note: The first image is by Chilean-German artist Pau

Special thanks to Billy Schon of FreshPaintNYC for sharing these images with us.

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Joel Bergner and Israeli and Palestinian youth mural fragment l Brooklyn Based Artist and Arts Educator Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista on His Recent Project with Israeli and Palestinian Youth

We recently spoke to Brooklyn-based artist Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista about his experiences this past spring working with Israeli and Palestinian youth.

What brought you to the Israel?

I ‘d worked with artist and arts educator Max Frieder last year in the Middle East in a program for Syrian refugees and, also, in Cuba. He invited me to partner with him on this trip — organized by his Artolution project with the support of private donors and the U.S. Embassy and Consulate — to Israel and Palestine.

What was the purpose of the trip?

The main purpose was to provide creative opportunities for Israeli and Palestinian youth, who rarely interact, to meet each other through our educational workshops and collaborate on public mural projects. Through this work, they formed relationships with each other and were able to begin positive dialogues. 

Israeli and Palestinian youth with Joel Bergner paint mural Brooklyn Based Artist and Arts Educator Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista on His Recent Project with Israeli and Palestinian Youth

Was your experience in this particular conflict-ridden landscape different from what you had anticipated? 

I had thought of the divide in this region as largely an Israeli-Palestinian one. But I came to realize that the situation is far more complex. There is a considerable divide between the religious and secular and divisions within certain communities themselves. I also wasn’t aware of the situation of the East Jerusalem Palestinians who do not have Israeli citizenship; in fact, they don’t have citizenship to any country in the world! Most can get Jordanian passports even though they are not Jordanian citizens, and it is these passports they use when they travel abroad. We worked with a Palestinian friend who was in this difficult and complex situation, and he brought us all around the West Bank and taught us a great deal. He was an inspiring guy for me because of his positive and tolerant perspective toward all the people of the region.

Did you feel personally affected by the conflict?

I was there on Jerusalem Day, when the Israelis — particularly those on the right — celebrate the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City. That was a particularly tense day, as there were protests and a highly charged and violent atmosphere in the area between the east and west sections of the city.

Israeli and Palestinian youth mural at American Consulate in Jerusalem Brooklyn Based Artist and Arts Educator Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista on His Recent Project with Israeli and Palestinian Youth

What — would you say — was you greatest challenge? 

Getting the Israeli and Arab kids to interact with one another in a meaningful way and actually work together.

Were you able to overcome this challenge?

Yes. Most came to value the idea of working together for a common purpose. One of the groups came up with the image of a boat floating on a sea. Out of the boat grew a tree with branches that became human figures. They wanted to send a message that despite differences, they all have the same roots, and that they are all on the same boat together.

Mural by Israeli and Palestinian youth Brooklyn Based Artist and Arts Educator Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista on His Recent Project with Israeli and Palestinian Youth

In what ways was your experience in Israel different from other countries where you’ve worked with youth?

I’ve worked in many countries with youth from very difficult environments, including those who have experienced war and other forms of violence, but this was my first time purposefully bringing together two sides of a conflict in order to spark dialogue. These are young people who are taught to fear and hate the other side. But many told me individually that once they came face to face with each other and worked together, joked around and had conversations, it became impossible to see the other as an enemy. They realized that they had so much in common. It was incredible to see them bonding and becoming friends. One day we all broke into a spontaneous dance party! It was beautiful to see them just acting like normal teenagers together. While this will not solve all the complex problems in region, I hope that it will be a seed. 

Israeli and Palestinian youth celebrate Brooklyn Based Artist and Arts Educator Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista on His Recent Project with Israeli and Palestinian Youth

What was the final project?

The installation of a huge mural at the Hand in Hand School, which was then installed at the US Consulate in Jerusalem.  There it is visible to people from all backgrounds as they wait to apply for their visas.

Any thoughts about the future of this region?

After working with these kids, I do have some hope for these youth. One of their murals, in fact, told a story of the journey from conflict to peaceful coexistence. But I don’t see any easy resolution to the larger conflict.

Joel Bergner and Israeli and Palestinian youth Brooklyn Based Artist and Arts Educator Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista on His Recent Project with Israeli and Palestinian Youth

And what about you? Any further plans to work in this region?

Yes, we are planning future projects for communities in the Middle East. These will include the participation of local artists and educators, who will be trained to facilitate their own arts-based community programs. The plan is to turn this concept into a global organization that will focus on advocating for social change through public art. 

Interview conducted by Lois Stavsky; all images courtesy of the artist

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Jerkface art truck nyc NYC’s Stylish Trucks & Vans – from the Whimsical to the Wild, Part XIII: Jerkface, Wane, Col Wallnuts, Bishop203, CashRFC and Li Hill

This is the thirteenth in a series of occasional posts featuring the diverse range of trucks and vans that strike our streets.

Jerkface, another view

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Wane

Wane graffiti truck Bronx NYC’s Stylish Trucks & Vans – from the Whimsical to the Wild, Part XIII: Jerkface, Wane, Col Wallnuts, Bishop203, CashRFC and Li Hill

Col Wallnuts

Col graffiti truck NYC NYC’s Stylish Trucks & Vans – from the Whimsical to the Wild, Part XIII: Jerkface, Wane, Col Wallnuts, Bishop203, CashRFC and Li Hill

Bishop 203

bishop truck graffiti nyc NYC’s Stylish Trucks & Vans – from the Whimsical to the Wild, Part XIII: Jerkface, Wane, Col Wallnuts, Bishop203, CashRFC and Li Hill

CashRFC

cashrfc graffiti truck copy NYC’s Stylish Trucks & Vans – from the Whimsical to the Wild, Part XIII: Jerkface, Wane, Col Wallnuts, Bishop203, CashRFC and Li Hill

Li-Hill

lihill art truck nyc NYC’s Stylish Trucks & Vans – from the Whimsical to the Wild, Part XIII: Jerkface, Wane, Col Wallnuts, Bishop203, CashRFC and Li Hill

 Photos: 1, 2, 6 & 7 Dani Reyes Mozeson; Fred Miteff aka Nic707 and 4 & 5 Lois Stavsky

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This is Part II in an ongoing series of posts featuring politically and socially conscious works that have surfaced on NYC streets:

Caleb Neelon and Katie Yamasaki collaborate on a memorial wall for Kalief Browder at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

caleb Neelon and Katie Yamasaki street art NYC Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

East Harlem wheatpastes

east harlem political stencils Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

Shepard Fairey in Coney Island

shepard fairey street art coney art walls Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

Kesley Montague leaves a message in Nolita

Kelsey Monatague street art nyc Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

Icy and Sot at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

icy and sot street art NYC Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

Chris Stain and Josh MacPhee in the East Village, fragment from mural in First Street Green Park

Chris Stain street art lower east side Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

David Shillinglaw and Lily Mixe for Earth Day in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

David Shillinglaw and LilyMixe street art nyc1 Politically and Socially Conscious NYC Street Art, Part II: Caleb Neelon & Katie Yamasaki, Shepard Fairey, Kesley Montague, Icy & Sot, Chris Stain & Josh MacPhee, David Shillinglaw & Lily Mixe

Photos: 1 & 2 Dani Reyes Mozeson; 3, 4, 6 & 7 Lois Stavsky and 5 Tara Murray

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shake the dust  <em>Shake the Dust</em>    on the Transformative Power of Hip Hop Across the Globe    at the Maysles Cinema in Harlem This Weekend

An homage to hip-hop and its power to save lives, Shake the Dust takes us on a remarkable journey into villages, alleys and mountaintops across Yemen, Uganda, Colombia and Cambodia.  Inspired by the culture that was born in the Bronx, the young b-boys and b-girls featured here, “the real kings and queens of hip-hop,” speak of the transformative power of hip-hop in places marked by political conflicts and economic hardships.

shake the dust breakdancer still <em>Shake the Dust</em>    on the Transformative Power of Hip Hop Across the Globe    at the Maysles Cinema in Harlem This Weekend

Former drug addicts, gang members and homeless refugees are among those youth whose lives take on meaning and purpose as they shake the dust off not only from the ground as they dance, but also from their lives. The breakdancing culture that they so enthusiastically embrace provides them with structure, focus and purpose, as it unites them.

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Their pride in their own cultures is, also, evident as the break-dancers attest to the power of hip-hop to promote positive societal change within their own communities.

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With its stunning cinematography and extraordinary documentation, Shake the Dust photojournalist and filmmaker Adam Sjöberg has given a voice and presence to folks who seldom have one, as he inspires and moves us viewers.

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And Shake the Dust‘s infectious soundtrack of hip-hop samples from across the globe, along with original music by executive producer and rapper Nasir “Nas” Jones, is a further tribute to the soul and spirit of hip-hop.

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The movie will be playing in Harlem this weekend at the Maysles Cinema.  Following the screening on Saturday, August 1 there will be a Q&A with director Adam Sjöberg. Following Sunday’s screening there will be a Q&A with director Adam Sjöberg, moderated by Fab Five Freddy. There will also be break-dancers at the screenings.  Maysles Cinema is located at 343 Lenox Avenue/Malcolm X Boulevard between 127th and 128th Streets.

Shake the Dust was previewed and reviewed by Lois Stavsky & Sara C Mozeson

Photos courtesy of Bond/360 Films

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On view through August 9 at Dorian Grey Gallery in Manhattan’s East Village is an eclectic array of stencil-based compositions spanning 35 years. Among the 25 artists featured in the exhibit are several whose works are also presently on the streets of NYC. Here is a sampling of these artists’ pieces at Dorian Grey.

Lady Aiko, Drip Skull

lady aiko stencil art dorian grey <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

Icy & Sot, Starlight

icy and sot starlight stencil art dorian grey galleery nyc <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

 Blek le Rat, The Violinist

Blek le rat the violinist stencil art dorian grey gallery nycJPG <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

Chris Stain, Bukowski

chris stain bukowki <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

Joe Iurato, Cosmic Kid

joe iurato stencil art cosmic kid <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

Nick Walker,  I love New York

nick walker I love New York <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

Solus, Dream Big

solus dream big stencil art dorian grey gallery NYC <em>STENCIL</em> Continues at Dorian Grey Gallery through August 9: Lady Aiko, Icy & Sot, Blek le Rat, Chris Stain, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Solus & more

Located at 437 East 9th Street off Ave A, Dorian Grey Gallery is open Tuesday – Saturday 12pm-7pm and Sunday until 6pm.

Photos: 1 Tara Murray 2-7 Dani Reyes Mozeson

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