Snag Some Affordable Art at the Brooklyn Arts Council’s Annual Art Sale

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    Boost the arts in Brooklyn and find some art to deck your walls at the Brooklyn Arts Council’s art sale and benefit this month. The annual event, AccessArt, is a chance to eat, drink and mingle while purchasing paintings, photographs, drawings, prints and mixed-media works from Brooklyn artists.

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    All the art is donated, with sales benefitting the council’s programs and services for local artists. The Brooklyn Arts Council has spent the last half century supporting artists, arts programming and arts education in the borough.

    This year this event has expanded to include a free public exhibition — so even if you can’t nab a piece of art you can admire some of the work produced by Brooklyn’s creative community.

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    The exhibition is open from Saturday, November 18 through Saturday, December 2 at Part Deux, a pop-up concept space at 336 Flatbush Avenue in Park Slope. The AccessArt sale will take place on Sunday, December 3 at the same venue.

    Tickets for general admission to the sale are $30 and allow entry from 2 to 5 p.m. If you are coming with a group, you can buy a party pack of tickets and get four people in for $100.

    If you want an earlier look at the art and first opportunity for buying, there’s the Collector’s Choice ticket for $500. The ticket price includes early admission for two people starting at 1 p.m. as well as one piece of art.

    For more information on all the ticket options and more info on the event, go here. Brownstoner is a media sponsor of the event.

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