Free event:
Fri. Oct. 08, 2010, 12 to 7 Media Conference at Casa Frela Gallery
Fri. Oct.
08, 2010, 8 to 12 Artist Reception at Casa Frela Gallery
Sat Oct. 09, 2010, 9
to 5 Art Walking Tour
Sat Oct. 09, 2010, 7 to 9 Saturday Artist Party at The
Taller Boricua
Sun. Oct. 10. 2010, 9 to 5 Art Walking Tour
Sun. Oct. 10,
2010, 6 to 8 Closing Party at Floor4Art

Walk with us in our beautiful Central Harlem neighborhood on Saturday &
Sunday, October 9th and 10th, 2010 from 9AM to 5PM. The tour features the work
of over 60 artists living and working in Harlem. Enjoy a relaxing weekend and
discover new artwork, galleries and meet artists from Harlem’s vibrant art

Casa Frela Gallery located at 47 West 119th Street is the starting
point where maps will be distributed to all tour participants, highlighting the
various stops on the walking tour including open artist studios, museums, and
cultural and historic venues. All forms of art will be featured including
sculptures, ceramics, painting, photographs, etchings and prints and

Casually scroll through Central Harlem at a convenient pace,
buy original artwork from emerging to established artists, visit with the
artists and gallery owners or sit down and rest at one of the many sponsoring
organizations that are offering services to make your visit as pleasurable as

Working together Harlem art galleries, businesses and
organizations have created an exciting art venue free and open to the public.
Please come and join us! This tour is sponsored by Casa Frela Gallery and is a
part of Open House New York – OHNY 2010.

For further information about the tour please visit the Casa Frela Gallery
website at www.casafrela.com or call the
information hotline at 212-722-8577.


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