Woodward Gates Project
Eldridge and Broome Streets, NYC
Woodward Gallery has maintained Project Space at 132A Eldridge Street since 2008 for emerging and established street artists and muralists to publicly share their creativity. Over the years, Woodward Gallery’s outdoor art projects have expanded to additional areas.
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 in the Summer of 2021 (Annual Greek Jewish Festival Website).
Woodward Gallery accepted the challenge and refreshed the community awarding a group of selected artists designated space to paint along Broome and Eldridge Streets. Woodward Gallery curated the local roll down gates and supported the featured artists on this project.
Experienced in neighborhood improvement efforts, Woodward has helped clean up local graffiti and provide cultural opportunities in their LES neighborhood.