How many venues are participating?
Over 30 diverse Lower Manhattan spaces– 15 fine art galleries, 3 design spaces, 9 art-non profits & university galleries, 2 artist residencies and 18 artists studios, and 7 pop up & non-traditional spaces.
Where can I get a map?
You can pick up a printed map at our Festival Hub
Printed Maps are also available at any of 30 participating locations
Finally, you can download the map from our website ahead of the event (it’s generally online a week or so before the event)
How far is each venue from one another?
Venues are a walk-able distance from each other. The map of all participating venues will give you a geographical sense of where each venue is located. You will also find the address of each venue on the map.
What kind of art is represented?
CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS FEATURED = Contemporary Art + Design + Fashion + Dance + Music + VR & Video + Crafts
Where does the festival start?
You can start from any of the 30 participating venues. Pick your starting venue based on the exhibition content you like or an event you’d like to attend.
A couple of venues close at 8PM – if those are venues you would like to go to, we recommend you’d start with those.
You can also start from the Festival Hub, which is centrally located. It is also a good place as meeting point. See map for location of the Festival Hub for this edition.
Why do I need to RSVP?
We will be sending you the digital map and other important information about the festival by email.
RSVPing also helps us calibrate the number of events we should feature on the program and plan for staff to assist participants during the festival.
Where do I check in?
You do not need to check in but can meet the TAC Team at the Festival Hub.
The TAC Team can help you pick your adventure and answer any questions you might have.
How do I know about the events going on?
The program of events is available on our website.
You can rsvp for events on Eventbrite as soon as the events are online
The program of events is included with the Printed Map for the event.
What's the difference between General Admission, Guided Tour and Patron Pass?
***PATRON PASS : Surf the Festival Like a Star
The Patron Pass gives you VIP admission from 6-9PM PLUS an all-access pass to the most exclusive TAC Night content including 1) Tribeca Art Nighter VIP ART GUIDE, which provides you with more details about the exhibitions & spaces, suggested itineraries, tips & insights to help you make the most of the festival and 2) Early & Guaranteed VIP ACCESS at 8:00PM to the festival's ART PARTY (8:00-10:30PM), 3) Welcome Drink at the ART PARTY, 3) Access to one of TAC's INVITATION-ONLY GATHERINGS in Oct-Nov (private patron tour, exclusive artist studio visits, special talks, performances, culinary experiences, wellness activations, and art experiences along with countless surprises, immersive adventures, and incredible people) and, 4) YOUR NAME on the TAC Night Website as a TAC Night Patron, 5) Bonus: Limited edition TAC Night TOTE BAG!
***GUIDED TOUR TICKET : Speed date TAC Night Shows
(1) See the art world through the eyes of an expert with an 1 HOUR CURATED TOUR with an art specialist and (2) Bonus: Having registered for a tour gives you PRIORITY on the waiting list for the Art Party
***GENERAL ADMISSION: Cruise around+Explore on your own
This ticket gives you (1) access to all venues open from 6-9PM and (2) The Digital TAC Night Map+Program and other important information about the festival will be sent to you by email.
How long has the festival been around?
The TAC Festival, founded and curated by Jennifer Famery-Mariani, has featured over 1000 artists, 180 exhibitions, 90 art venues and 80 special events since its inception in 2016. The festival serves an average of 10,000 people of year with over 2500 attending each of the four editions.
Who organizes this festival?
TAC Night is an independent festival organized by Independent curator Jennifer Famery-Mariani.
How do you get to the TRIBECA ART DISTRICT?
Most venues are close to
-Franklin St. Station served by the 1 train at all times, and by the 2 train during late nights.
Other subway option with a 5 minute walk
-Canal St. Station served by the 6, J, N and Q train at all times, R train at all times except late nights, W train during weekdays, Z train during rush hours in the peak direction and 4 during late nights
-Chamber St. Station served by the 1 and 2 trains at all times, and the 3 train at all times except late nights.