We will be having a new opening for 2 new artists showing in our space. The opening is scheduled for Saturday, September 7th at 6 pm. The public is welcome. The 2 new artists are Dorothy Ganek and Joan Goldsmith
Creative space in Creative Montclair Building
Located at 105 Grove Street, BrassWorks combines modern amenities with faithful restoration of the original 1930 architectural details. The building is filled with a diverse group of high quality tenants and contains an art gallery to display the works of local artists.
BrassWorks is in a prime location within walking distance to midtown-direct (Walnut Street Station) and has on-site parking.
Suite 1 includes four large windows, two skylights, working gas fireplace, and exposed brick walls, beams and duct work.
Please call (973) 783-8700 for more information.
Art Show for Education
Girl’s Learn International Club of MHS presents: An Art Show for Education
From May 15th-May 19th a collection of works by local artists as well as students will be on display. All pieces are in response to the “Girl Effect” video and/or the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The show is a benefit for our partner school inIndia, which is one of the few in its region that educates both female and male students!
Opening is Sunday, May 15th from 1-4 pm. The collection will also be part of the Montclair Gallery Walk on Thursday, May 19th from 6-9 pm. Brassworks Gallery is open from 8-6 pm on weekdays.
Phase 2 of our solar array installation is now complete with the installation of 60 panels on the 1 story building. Phase 3 which consists of installing solar film on the 2 story building has already begun and should be completed within the next week.
Starting April 8th Brassworks will begin the 2nd phase of a project to install a 27 kilowatt solar array system on our 2 buildings. The first phase was completed at the end of last year which consisted of the installation of inverters in the electrical room (pictured above). These inverters turn direct current which will be produced by the panels into alternating current.
The second phase will consist of installing solar panels on the older 1930′s one story building and the 3rd phase will consist of installing lightweight solar film on the 2 story building.