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Guided Tour with Independent Curator Audra Lambert | Starts @ 205 Hudson St. (entrance on Canal St.)

*** This tour begins at 205 Hudson, and then visits Art Projects International, Cheryl Hazan, and ends at Ortuzar Projects *** 

Would you like to explore Tribeca’s art scene from an insider’s point of view with artists, curators and gallerists? Are you looking to gain deeper insight into contemporary art with art experts? Treat yourself to an art hopping experience and sign up for an expert-guided tour of Tribeca Art Night with a curated art itinerary by an critic, curator or artists. 

BENEFITS: 1) Accompanied by an art specialist, you will explore a diversity of art works – from painting to design to performance, 2) Discover the off beaten track Tribeca cultural scene & the highlights of Tribeca’s current exhibitions, 3) Enjoy conversations with other attendees and interact with artists & curators during your tour stop.

TOUR DETAILS: Please arrive 10 minutes before the beginning of your tour. Standard guided tours last an hour and cover 3-4 art spaces featured in Tribeca Art+Culture Night. Starting location of the tour in Tribeca will be provided to you a couple of days before the event. We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.  

Audra lambert is an arts writer and independent curator who has worked on interdisciplinary projects involving painting, performance, new media and installation art. Her recent curatorial projects have included the Subtle Image group figurative exhibit at Dejavu gallery, Reflecting Our City for the White Roof Project at The Center for Social Innovation, and participating in the Elizabeth Foundation for Arts’ a Wicked Problem. In addition to these projects she has served as project coordinator for More Art, a socially engaged nonprofit based in NYC, and she has contributed to Art Nerd, Examiner, Axs, and Whitehot Magazine, among others. With an anticipated 2016 M.A. in art history, modern, and contemporary art from CCNY, her primary focus is on installation art and contemporary art in the public sphere.