Updated news from Mitchell Schorr

Please join Mitchell Schorr on October 13, 7 -10 pm,  for an open studio party on the occasion of THE 7TH ANNUAL FASHION CENTER ARTS FESTIVAL!

At Mitchell Schorr Studios

520 8th Ave (36TH – 37TH STREET )12 floor

NY NY 10018

And on Saturday, October 15, 1- 6pm, I will be painting Da RAce on 585 8th Ave, as part of the Arts Festival.

ALSO NOW SHOWING : HOT IN THE KITCHEN AND ICE CREAM TRUCK PAINTINGS: AT David Burke at Bloomingdale’s : spans the 59th Street side of the world famous department store.

AND A NEW INTERVIEW :

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Mark Your Calendar for the Annual Fashion District Arts Festival | October 13-15
The Fashion Center Business Improvement District is proud to host the 7th annual Fashion District Arts Festival, a district-wide celebration of the artists, crafters, galleries, and theatres that contribute to the creative energy that fuels America’s fashion capital.
Make a behind-the-scenes visit to artists’; studios, view a unique installation, enjoy an outdoor concert or tour our many galleries. It’s all part of the Fashion Center BID’s 2011 Fashion District Arts Festival!
Visit fashioncenter.com/arts-festival for the most up to date festival information.
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FASHION DISTRICT ARTS FESTIVAL
When: Daily – Thursday, October 13 – Saturday, October 15; Programming morning tip night
Where: Various locations TBA throughout the Fashion District

Featuring Free Live Outdoor Performances
When: Noon – 2pm on Thursday, Oct 13 and Friday, Oct 14
Where: Broadway Pedestrian Plaza – Broadway between 39th and 40th Street

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Visit fashioncenter.com/arts-festival for more information.
Image by Mitchell Schorr, a participant in the 2011 Fashion District Arts Festival.

The Fashion Center BID :: 209 West 38th Street, New York, NY 10018, 212.764.9600

Since 1993, the Fashion Center Business Improvement District has worked with local businesses, property owners and government officials to promote the positive development of Midtown Manhattan’s Fashion District. The Fashion Center’s programs include public safety and sanitation, streetscape improvements, business-to-business information services, business development projects, and tourism and promotion initiatives.

For more information, visit www.fashioncenter.com.