Woodward Gates Project
Eldridge and Broome Streets, NYC
Woodward Gallery is refreshing the community this Summer by featuring a group of Artists who have been awarded designated space to paint along Broome Street and Eldridge Street. Experienced in a local neighborhood improvement effort to help clean up graffiti and provide cultural opportunities in their LES neighborhood, Woodward is curating the local roll down gates and supporting the selected Artists to paint.
These colorful murals are inspiring visitors to check out the area. The participating Artists are listed under their street aliases:
Woodward Gallery has maintained Project Space on Eldridge Street since 2008 devoted to emerging and established street artists and muralists to publicly share their creativity. Over the years Woodward Gallery’s project space has expanded to additional areas.
Currently the Gallery has a placed a lyrical 40 foot mural by Artist Michael Alan (@michaelalanalien) on the wall beside their gallery at 132 Eldridge Street, Manhattan.
Kehila Kedosha Jahina Synagogue and Museum at 280 Broome Street encouraged Woodward to extend their mural project to coincide with a celebration of the Synagogue’s heritage. Join in their local block party and reconnect with the community on August 15th from 12-4 for expressions of art, dance, live music, delicious food, and activities for kids.