Past Events

2024

❣️ POP-UP • May 10-11
CELEBR-ASIAN POPUP MARKETHana House



❣️ POP-UP • May 4 •
• Brooklyn Pop-Up Market •
First Saturdays • Brooklyn Museum 


 


🖼️ EXHIBITIONMarch 23 - April 21
Ingrid Yi-Chen Lu & Diane Zhou: Bounce House

Shop the exhibition collection here.

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❣️ POP-UP • Friday, April 19 •
• 88rising x Kitsby: Head in the Clouds Night Market • 
Culture Lab LIC



❣️POP-UP •  March 16 •  Friendship Market  • Hana House •

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❣️POP-UP •   March 15 •  Women's History Month Member Night  • BKBQB •

bkbqb women's history month member night

 

❣️ POP-UP • Lunar New Year Member NightBKBQB

Lunar New Year Member Night at BKBQB promo image with dragon illustration 

 

 

 2023 


DECEMBER 16-17 • FAD Market • The Invisible Dog
fad market holiday pop-up december 16 + 17
DECEMBER 8 +9 + 10 • The Makers Show • City Point BKYLN
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DECEMBER 2 • STUFF YOU SHOULD BUY • P. S. 321
P. S. 321 Stuff You Should Buy Holiday Shop

 

NOVEMBER 24 + 25 + 26 • The Makers Show • City Point BKYLN
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Sabrina Sims: portals within myself  October 21 - November 19

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This show was part of this year's Gowanus Open Studios.
Be sure to check out Arts Gowanus to see what they're all about.

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From Here to Sunday is delighted to present Sabrina Sims' first solo exhibition, portals within myself. This ethereal and vibrant show explores portals as a dreamy, emotional, and tactile place where we can reflect on self-love, emotional dissonance, and transformation. 

Iridescent textile hangings, ghostly infinity mirrors, and neon interactive video art immerse visitors in an atmosphere of deep introspection & vulnerable softness. These multi-layered works interact with each other to create mini-portals that explore the artist's experiences and invite us to look at ourselves in the mirror.  Reflective surfaces and shifting lighting are central to the show, creating an otherworldly celestial container where complex feelings are safe to explore. Sometimes when we are facing the realities of ourselves and others, it is hard to stay embodied. However, being temporarily disconnected is not necessarily a bad thing. This playful tension between the artist, visitors, and the space is evoked through the harmonizing yet contrasting colorwork, texture, and transparency of the pieces. Each person’s experience of the show depends on factors like how our body-minds feel, the time of day, and the lighting.  What can we learn about ourselves once we allow for light and joy to penetrate our hardened exteriors, even for just a moment?

This show is a continuation of Sabrina's series "soft synth poems", which focuses on tactile-emotional site-specific installations in DIY venues and playful reuse of craft materials.

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Sabrina Sims (she/her) is a bi Black Puerto Rican chronically ill artist from the Bronx.  Her saturated multimedia work focuses on Black cosmic tech, softness as a tactile-emotional feeling and community idea-sharing. She enjoys synthesizing mediums including printmaking/zines, textiles, biomaterials, and livecoded audiovisuals. 

Sabrina organizes several COVID safer DIY music events and art fairs with a focus on accessibility for disabled creatives. Skill-sharing, workshops and other community building opportunities for other Black Indigenous people is a central part of her practice.


Website:
starlyart.studio
Instagram: @starlyartstudio

 

🥳 SEPTEMBER 9 - OCTOBER 15 • ART EXHIBITION •
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From Here to Sunday
presents
⛓️ Irene Feleo ⛓️ Kaharian ⛓️
A Solo Exhibition

SEPTEMBER 9 - OCTOBER 15
Opening Reception: Sep 9, 2-6PM

Curated by Ray Hwang

With her debut solo exhibition Kaharian at From Here To Sunday, Irene Feleo creates an environment that welcomes viewers into her mind by introducing her visual language in multiple mediums. Along with curator Ray Hwang, she will be transforming the space into a vignette of what she imagines her “kaharian” to look like. Kaharian, meaning “kingdom” in Tagalog, is a nod to Irene’s Filipino family and roots. Her kingdom unfolds with the iconography and symbolism that are ever present throughout her work. Fragmented paintings act as a meditation on the symbols she constantly returns to: blooming and wilting flowers to show the passing of time; a butterfly to reflect the shedding of old skin. By fracturing the lines of the familiar, she hopes to expand the form these elements take and in turn, breathe new life into the stories within them. The arrangement of works with various painted surfaces, drawings, and three-dimensional objects of personal significance act like a walk-in cabinet of curiosities in which the viewer can only guess at the relation among them. 

In this room, things feel at once familiar, yet not. They feel like they can exist in the digital realm in which we spend so much of our lives, yet are firmly grounded in our physical reality through the careful handmade touch that is immediately apparent. In concert with one another, Irene’s orchestration of her works generously reveal her interest in the strange, folkloric topography that makes up her inner world, and she welcomes you to be a part of it.

Shop the Collection Here.

Irene Feleo (b.1989) is a Filipino Australian artist currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.  Her art practice gravitates towards the seething and strange; working across the mediums of painting, writing and digital media.  She is fascinated with the visual concept of a “glitch”, the fragmented rippling of an object's form or function. Her art plays with bringing this concept to life in handmade renderings, where she finds comfort in the pushing and pulling of lines as they dance between familiar and abstract spaces. Throughout this practice, Irene references iconography often found in tattoo art, folklore and superstition to weave her own mythology and deepen her personal association with these symbols and the narratives they contain. Her work has been screened and exhibited in Melbourne, Sydney, Berlin, and New York. This is her first solo show in NY.  • irenefeleo.com@irenefeleo

Ray Hwang (b. 1992) is an artist from Los Angeles, currently living and working out of Ridgewood, NY. His work consists primarily of acrylic painting and drawing, in which he uses recurring motifs from throughout his personal history to explore themes of family, home and inter-cultural contradiction. He received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2016 and has participated in exhibitions in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, New York, and internationally. He has been featured most recently with Art Maze Magazine, Vast Magazine, and was a recipient of both the Keyholder Residency at the Lower East Side Printshop in New York and the Plum Lime Residency in Brooklyn. He has shown recently with Tube Culture Hall (Milan, Italy), Pentimenti Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), Bonian Space (Beijing, China), and LaiSun Keane Gallery (Boston, MA). He opened his first solo exhibition in New York in 2023 with Latitude Gallery (New York, NY). • rayhwangart.com@rayhwangart
❣️SEPTEMBER 8 • Pop-up • Think!Chinatown • Chinatown Night Market
8-11PM • Forsyth Plaza •

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❣️AUGUST 19 • Pop-up • Nha Minh • Summertime Social
Nha Minh summertime social flyer

❣️AUGUST 11 • Pop-up • Think!Chinatown • Chinatown Night Market
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❣️JULY 23 • Pop-up • Think!Chinatown • Chinatown Night Market
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🥳 JUNE 24 - JULY 23 • ART EXHIBITION •cat cafe promo image
From Here to Sunday x Natalie Andrewson 
present

Cat Café: a show of feline friend
group exhibition & fundraiser

Featuring work by:
•  Ana Krent   •  Felize Camille • Jen Tong  •  Jia Sung  •  Joel Alter  •  Karyn Lao  •  Kelsey Short  •  Kim Sandara  •  Kim Sielbeck  •  Marisha Lozada  •  Maritsa Patrinos  •  Natalie Andrewson  •  Nellie Le  •  Radhia Rahman  •  Rose Wong  •  Sarula Bao  •  The Lucky Neko  •  Thomas Colligan  •  Tory Sica •

As a continuation of Natalie Andrewson’s Café series at From Here to Sunday, we are presenting a group show based on the multi-faceted world of our furry friends with some of our beloved human friends!

Cats have always played a significant role in the shop’s personality. The lucky cat is one of the first to greet you during a visit, and traditionally, they not only provide a welcoming presence, they act as a symbol of good luck. For Cat Café, we consider all the ways in which cats bring comfort and joy, with a dash of authenticity and sass. Our feline friends represent our ability to be vulnerable through setting boundaries, and the sense of home and fierce loyalty we bring to the ones we love.

Sometimes it feels like the shop itself is going through its own nine lives. From Here to Sunday has evolved and weathered many storms over the years, and looking ahead, it is inevitable that more will come. The one constant that has kept us going is our community, so it only felt appropriate to extend the invitation to our community of artists and host a fundraiser to help sustain this business.

Each artist has generously donated work that will be raffled off to our loving community! Find details on how to enter here. [UPDATE: The raffle has ended and winners have been chosen.]

 

OPEN MAY 13 🦩 EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 18 • Art Exhibition • From Here to Sunday 

Mookntaka's Friends and Follies

Promo Image for Mookntaka's Friends and Follies, hosted by From Here to Sunday, may 13-june 11, 567 Union st, Brooklyn
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Art collaborative duo, Mookntaka, is bringing Mookntaka's Friends and Follies to Gowanus! Hosted by From Here to Sunday, the show features colorful painted reliefs, a collective drawing wall, and playful inflatable sculptures. Come and meet their newest inflatable friend, Archie! All ages are welcome and encouraged to play!
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Mookntaka (MOO-kin-tah-kah) is a Brooklyn-based artist duo by Mark Zlotsky and Karyn Lao. It combines their names through the voice of their two-year-old niece: Mook (Uncle Mark) and Taka (Auntie Karyn).

Mark is an artist with an architectural background who infuses design with humor. Karyn is a fiber artist who believes that we are like pompoms — many pieces connected by a common thread. Together, they experiment and produce playful, unusual objects. 

Mookntaka personifies the whimsical lens they investigate their surroundings with. It serves as a reminder to find joy in unexpected places and to embrace the silliness and curiosity of our inner child.

You can find more of their work on instagram @mookntaka!
Purchase work from this exhibition here.

 

❣️MAY 19 • POP-UP • Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge
BKBQB MAY MEMBER NIGHT
Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month!

❣️MAY 6 Brooklyn Pop-up Market • Brooklyn Museum

brooklyn pop-up market at brooklyn museum first saturday vendor photo


First Saturday: Double Happiness

Honor worldwide movements for freedom and liberation while celebrating the creative collectives, partnerships, and chosen families that illuminate Brooklyn’s vibrant Asian diasporas. 

2022

FAD Market Holiday Pop-up at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn on December 10-11

 


APEX for Youth Holiday Market promo on Sunday, December 4

Apex Associate Board
Holiday Market

Featuring 15 AAPI Brands. 15% Proceeds go to Apex for Youth

FAD Market Holiday Pop-up December 3+4 at Empire Stores DUMBO
 

Gowanus Open Studios 2022 Promo Image

GOWANUS OPEN STUDIOS
October 15-16, 12-6pm

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FROM HERE TO SUNDAY presents

The 270 Million Project by Kim Sandara
October 15 - November 13

Opening reception: October 15, 12-6pm

Kim Sandara, The 270 Million Project, Oct 15-Nov 13, Opening Oct 15, 12-6pm

The 270 Million Project is a commitment to create 270 ink paintings resembling Rorschach tests, listening to only Lao music. These pieces explore Kim Sandara's relationship to being a Lao American: the longing to understand their roots and the conflict of being American and Lao. Each painting represents 1 million American cluster bombs dropped onto Laos during the Vietnam War.
 
70 of the total paintings will be featured in this exhibition. The work is installed in a grid formation as an ode to women bomb remover workers who do not have enough funding to accurately locate all of the bombs in Laos. Because of this, they blindly scout for spaces to check for UXO. With each sale there will be missing parts to the grid. Each missing spot represents the impact a community can have on empathizing and solving a problem if they come together. This work speaks to intergenerational trauma, the immigrant/refugee family experience, war, identity and resilience. 
 
$100 of each painting sale will be donated to COPE, a facility which aids in physical therapy for the thousands of people affected by the bombs after the war.
Some smaller works by Kim will also be available for purchase, with partial profits going to ​Legacies of Wars, a non-profit working on advocacy, education and funding the removal of unexploded bombs currently still in the country​.



From Here to Sunday x Karyn Lao: pOms for the people Promo

 

FROM HERE TO SUNDAY x Karyn Lao
pOms for the people

SAT-SUN | SEPTEMBER 24-25, 1-6PM

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A weekend-long craft event where people support their community and connect with each other through pOmpOms!

Admission is $10. Proceeds will be split between Gowanus Mutual Aid and future pOms for the people events. Any donations beyond $10 will be donated to GMA.

Photo of Karyn Lao with Big pOm

Karyn Lao is a fiber artist who creates pompoms to explore interconnectivity through play. She believes that we are like pompoms— many pieces connected by a common thread— and shares this idea through workshops, participatory projects, short-form videos, and her brand of handmade playful pOmpOm accessories, Studio pOm•pOurri!

 

 

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Bee Spiderman Carrying the Running-Aways Art Exhibition Promo

Carrying the Running-Aways
Bee Spiderman

JUNE 18 - JULY 17

Opening Reception & Juneteenth Celebration:
June 18 | 1-6pm

 Light fare + Reading by artist

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JOIN US for the opening reception and Juneteenth celebration of our latest exhibition of work by Bee Spiderman! We're serving delectable cake by Mo's Comforting Sweets, scrumptious cookies by Carmen's Cookies, and there will be a reading of the folktale the show is based on by the artist themself. PLUS, there will be seedlings for sale, and all "Pro-seeds" will go to Not Guilty, Serving Life.

Carrying the Running-Aways is a celebration of life in the midst of death and tragedy. Experimenting with four fundamental ideas of AfricanBlack Bushcraft, Bee uses acts of survivalism of the past and adapts them to the present: Physical, Land, Ritual, and Practice. The artist expresses, "I am made up of all things Physical; through Land I am free; through Ritual, I nurse and educate my soul, and with Practice, I evolve.
Learn more about Bee: Website • Instagram • GoFundMe


Think Chinatown Night Market

POP-UP at Chinatown Night Market
presented by Think!Chinatown

Friday, July 8 | 8-11PM

 

Think Chinatown Night Market

POP-UP at Chinatown Night Market
presented by Think!Chinatown

Friday, June 3 | 8-11PM

We're tabling with Rose Wong at this kick-off event!
CHECK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS.

 

  

From Here to Sunday x Natalie Andrewson

 

FROM HERE TO SUNDAY x NATALIE ANDREWSON

Bug Café

APRIL 9 - APRIL 17

Reception • Saturday, April 9  1PM
Artist Meet & Greet + Light Fare 

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Bug Café is a pop-up focusing on Natalie Andrewson's fun and playful riso-printed illustrations! Take an adventure through Andrewson's buggy narratives in which little creatures of all shapes and sizes go about their everyday lives. When given a closer look, you may discover some of the overlooked activities that take place among this magical garden of color!
 

 

2021

 

 

EARLY BIRD HOLIDAY MARKET | NOV 6 - 7
FAD MARKET at CITYPOINT 
curated selection of holiday goods from over 40 of the region’s most talented makers, designers & independent food brands
11am - 7pm
 

 

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Unshadow | Work by Miwa Neishi

OCTOBER 16 - NOVEMBER 14
Opening October 16 | 1-5PM

 

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We are also celebrating our 5TH ANNIVERSARY!!

Join us for another BAKE SALE FUNDRAISER
benefitting 
Tsuru for Solidarity.

[UPDATE] Due to rain in the forecast, we have postponed the bake sale fundraiser to Saturday, October 23rd, 1-5pm.

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HOMEBODY 

Works by Serena Chang & Rose Wong 

MAY 8 - JUNE 6

 Opening Reception MAY 8 | 1-5pm

From Here to Sunday is excited to present new works by Serena Chang and Rose Wong. After a year-long delay, HOMEBODY takes on new meaning in light of the pandemic: isolated objects, grids and patterns, the vitality of plants bursting out of containers, and the intimacy of interior spaces come together in this exhibition.

Chang offers prints and cast sculptures based on her digital renderings, which explore the plant as art, and question the line between function and fine art. As prints, they exist one dimension closer to being tangible objects, yet remain a step removed. The sculptures presented – various vessels meant for holding flowers and foliage – are essentially incomplete artworks until paired with botanical life forms. 

Wong’s hand-painted tiles are based on her zine of the same name, in which she considers how concepts of containment and worlds-within-worlds create depth of space even while the forms themselves are flat and graphic.  The artist fearlessly plays with edges that create a delightful continuity without the visual anxiety that is normally associated with tangents touching.

HOMEBODY’s complex interrogations of dimensionality and depth reflect our lives during this past year: the comforts and loneliness of our homes, our limited access to the outside world, and the amplitude of our experiences in spite of and owing to their repetitiveness.  Predominantly blue and white, these works are placed within a colorful setting surrounded by lush plants, adding another layer for the viewer’s interpretation. 

The color scheme of the exhibition, evocative of Chinese blue-and-white porcelain, alludes to the artists’ identities as Americans of Chinese descent.  Both also consider themselves introverts.  What does it mean to be an AAPI introvert, especially in today's context?  Can our rich inner worlds continue to be neatly contained?  How can we feel at home when we need to flatten ourselves to survive?  HOMEBODY investigates these boundaries and contradictions.

Can't make it to the store? SHOP THE COLLECTION ONLINE.

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Serena Chang is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn and Queens, NY, who works in-between photography and sculpture. When not creating her own art, she works as an art fabricator for Shisanwu LLC.

Come Out to the Coast was a project of Serena’s that used a wide range of materials and techniques to fabricate functional sculptures and objects with a plant-based focus. It has since evolved into Uni-Form LLC, a body of work that focuses on form studies and domestic objects. The series on display in HOMEBODY are some of the first objects created for Uni-Form LLC.

Website: uni-form.xyz
Instagram: @serenacserenac , @uni___form


Rose Wong
 is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY who likes to combine the natural with unnatural. Her work can be found in The New York TimesThe New YorkerBon Appétit, and Bloomberg Businessweek, among many other publications. Rose’s primary medium is digital, but she still enjoys the occasional doodling in her sketchbook. When not drawing, she makes zines and ceramics. Her interest in bookmaking and ceramics grew out of the desire to bring her digital art into a tangible world.

Rose started a project called loooooookboooooook, an ongoing series of fashion illustrations functioning as an exploration and study of shapes. By drawing quickly and not treating anything too preciously, Rose has been able to keep the project fun and experimental, while learning to expand her shape vocabulary and maintaining a consistent series.

Website: rosewongart.com
Instagram: @ohrosewong@loooooookboooooook


at From Here to Sunday
567 Union Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215 

 

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2019

DECEMBER 7 

 

 

 DECEMBER 7 - 8 

 



NOVEMBER 3 



SEPTEMBER 21+22

 FAD MARKET x ESSEX MARKET



 

SEPTEMBER 18

THE RATIONAL CREATURE FUNDRAISER




AUGUST 25

HOME-BOUND: THE INAUGURAL COSMOS SUMMIT

 



JULY 13 + 14

 FAD MARKET 
 at  
THE INVISIBLE DOG 

JUNE 15
GIRL POWER FAIR 
at HESTER STREET FAIR
JUNE 22-23

FAD SUMMER MARKET 
at CITY POINT




JUNE 1-2
 JACKSON GALAXY'S CAT CAMP



 APRIL 6 

🎊 OPENING PARTY 🎊 
Welcoming EVEN KEEL to the shop!

even keel door decal logo 
Even Keel has officially moved their studio into the Gowanus Souvenir x From Here to Sunday storefront, so you now have access to their full collection, made fresh in-house! 

*All proceeds go to the K. C. Breast Cancer Recovery Fund.  K. C. is a dear friend of From Here to Sunday's, and she is currently recovering from surgery.  There will be many challenging days ahead, so we appreciate any support you could give.  Direct donations are also accepted via Venmo. Send 🎗️to @heretosunday to donate.  Donors will receive a thank you gift!  Thank you 💓



 MAY 5 

gowanus gardens plant sale promo 

Gowanus Gardens Plant Sale

Our second plant sale with Gowanus Canal Conservancy!

 and

persisticon III poster

PERSISTICON III! 
at The Bell House


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2018

DECEMBER 22-23

Hester Street Fair 
x
Group Partner 
2018 Holiday Fair 




DECEMBER 15-16
fad market city point december 15 and 16



DECEMBER 9




DECEMBER 8 
 stuff you should buy ps 321 holiday shop
 
DECEMBER 2
  
OCTOBER 20-21
gowanus open studios promo banner
 lazy sunday cuddle & care lounge

FROM HERE TO SUNDAY
x
 
ALLISON TRAN

present

LAZY SUNDAY
Cuddle & Care Lounge

 at Playground Brooklyn
+ Installation by Allison Tran
+ DIY Care Package Station
featuring Even Keel Carmen's Cookies 
== 
Open Studio
@ From Here to Sunday HQ
New work by Jaz Harold & Diana Ho



OCTOBER 21

persisticon II promo image

PERSISTICON II: THE ROCKENING
Celebrating the publication of WOMEN WHO ROCK, FROM BESSIE TO BEYONCE, GIRL GROUPS TO RIOT GRRRL.

Raising funds for Emily’s LIST.



SEPTEMBER 29
superfun moat n pictures presents heathers promo
 From Here to Sunday    Gowanus Souvenir 
present
SUPERFUN MOAT 'N' PICTURES:  HEATHERS
Screened with the beautifully eerie short film, Splendona,
by local filmmaker Kevin Vu*
 



SEPTEMBER 8
gowanus block party promo
Pop-up
at Gowanus Block Party
 Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Bell House 
& benefitting Gowanus Canal Conservancy!



AUGUST 18
superfun moat n pictures presents point break promo
 From Here to Sunday
x

 Gowanus Souvenir Shop 
present
 SUPERFUN MOAT 'N' PICTURES:
 POINT BREAK
 Screened with the animated short film, Hot Bod, by local artist Claire van Ryzin.*




JULY 28-29
fad market july 28-29 market promo

FAD Market
at The Invisible Dog




JUNE 24 & JULY 15
solstreet sunday pop-ups promo

  SOLstreet Market
  at BERG'N

 

 
JUNE 16
hester street fair girl power promo 

Girl Power Fair    
 at Hester Street Fair   




JUNE 9-10
fad market summer pop up makers market at the invisible dog art center

FAD Market 
at The Invisible Dog




MAY 1 - JUNE 3
allison tran cuddle wall installation

 From Here to Sunday 
x
Gowanus Souvenir

 Allison Tran's Cuddle Wall

 selfie wall installation




MAY 11-13
gowanus gardens plant sale
From Here to Sunday, 
Gowanus Souvenir, 
&
Gowanus Canal Conservancy

present

GOWANUS GARDENS Plant Sale

featuring planters by Come Out To The Coast and Aya Kakeda.
 
 




MAY 5-6

JACKSON GALAXY'S CAT CAMP 
with PRINCESS MONSTER TRUCK

 jackson galaxy's cat campprincess monster truck  
the american street cat logo
15% of all our sales at Cat Camp go to  THE AMERICAN STREET CAT to support all their wonderful TNR & adoption efforts in Brooklyn & Houston.



April 28+29
fad market spring market promo

  FAD MARKET
at
 Brooklyn Historical Society

  
 



APRIL 3 - APRIL 29
gowanus in bloom selfie wall installation maya edelman

  From Here to Sunday
x
Gowanus Souvenir

presents

MAYA EDELMAN




MARCH 5 - APRIL 1
jen tong and joel alter sunken treasures promo image
  From Here to Sunday x Gowanus Souvenir 
present
Sunken Treasures
  Selfie Wall Installation 
by Jen Tong Joel Alter



MARCH 25
persisticon poster

PERSISTICON at The Bell House

PERSISTICON is the passion project of Diana Kane, Theo Kogan, Lynn Harris, and Leslie King. It is here to take ACTION, build COMMUNITY, make IMPACT, and have FUN. PERSISTICON's inaugural event will support Emily's List and thus ELECT FEMINISTS.  Future events will raise money/a ruckus for other key progressive causes.



FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 4

From Here to Sunday x Gowanus Souvenir

Selfie Wall art installation by Jaz Harold
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 Valentine, detail



FEBRUARY 10 

grand opening lunar new year celebration promo

 GRAND OPENING
 LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATION

-featuring-
 The Chinatown Community Young   Lions
ICYMI 
Check out this wonderful article by Pamela Wong over at 
BKLYNER,
complete with pictures & video!  



 FEBRUARY 1 - JUNE 3

from here to sunday x gowanus souvenir residency promo

 From Here to Sunday RESIDENCY 
at Gowanus Souvenir Shop




DEC 18 - JAN 2

from here to sunday x even keel

    FROM HERE TO SUNDAY 

EVEN KEEL

Pop-up Shop
at Artists & Fleas Soho





shoestring press holiday bizarre 2017 promo



ps 58 holiday market promo 
 
 
bkbday2 queensbridge promo



artists and fleas williamsburg pop up promo



 OCT 23

artists and fleas soho from here to sunday pop up promo
 
Sip 'n' Shop Reception
POP-UP
 at Artists & Fleas Soho






OCT 21-22




 

AUG 9 - SEP 24

99 dollars and up deals from here to sunday saturdays and sundays at amy li projects

99$ & Up Exhibition
at Amy Li Projects

featuring:
Serena Chang

Albert Chao & Lisa Ramsburg
Maya Edelman
Jaz Harold
Jason Heuer
Diana Ho
Sheena Kowalski
Kate Ruck
Jess Ruliffson
Kim Sielbeck
Irwin Todd



AUG 3 - 27

from here to sunday summer pop-up shop at gowanus souvenir promo

 ❤️  🌊🌴 🌺   POP-UP SHOP  🌺 🌴  🏄 ❤️  

for the month of August! 
We're expanding our KIOSK into a summer.
Find us at Gowanus Souvenir Shop





AUGUST 5-6

kairos market august 5 and 6 at brooklyn art library promo
   Kairos Market at Brooklyn Art Library




 JULY 15

don't panic don't panic don't panic

DON'T PANIC 
a pre-apocalyptic celebration

    Info at De-Construkt [projekts]
installations by Diana Ho & IRWIN, Todd
featuring the culinary stylings of Trevor Davis




   JUNE 24-25

FAD Market at the invisible dog

   FAD Market
   at The Invisible Dog   
  




MAY 6  




 JAN 19 - FEB 26

From Here to Sunday Pop-up Shop January 19-February 19 at Gowanus Souvenir Shop

Pop-up Shop at Gowanus Souvenir

   Opening Party: Sunday, January 29

   Starting January 19th, we'll be hosted by our
   wonderful neighbors, Gowanus Souvenir Shop for a 
   whole month!  Come on by Thursdays-Sundays for 
   your daily dose of delicious Lofted Coffee, baked 
   goods, and limited edition works by our talented 
   artists.  We'll be rotating our stock regularly, so be sure 
   to stop in to check out what's being offered each week!  
Hours:
Thu-Fri |   8AM-7PM
Sat-Sun | 10AM-6PM

 

 

FEB 13

celestite nail art

Brooklyn Brainery x Gowanus Souvenir x From Here to Sunday

present

CRYSTAL NAIL ART TUTORIAL AND NAIL POLISH HACKS
taught by Crystal Leung

Learn how to get cool crystal looking nails with this class! We are transforming crystals into nail art you can DIY with simple tools you probably already have at home. Join us for a live demonstration and tutorials for three crystal-themed manicure looks that will level up your nail art game.  Just in time for Valentine's Day!




JAN 29

gowanus birthday octopus

   ◯‍ ◯‍  POP-UP PARTY  ◯‍ ◯

   Come celebrate the opening of our month-long shop! Light fare and bubbly offered. 
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2016 

DEC 1-31

   Pop-up Shop at AMY LI PROJECTS

   This is a great opportunity to see and purchase our      
   contributing artists' work up on gallery walls in this    
   Chinatown gem throughout the month.

 


DEC 18 

Holiday BIZARRE at Shoestring Press & Shoestring Studio

It's not too late to get a unique gift for your loved ones!  Support local artists by buying original prints, comics, textiles, art, and more. 

DEC 15
from here to sunday holiday pop-up at brooklyn boulders queensbridge promo

 Holiday Pop-up 
 Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge


 You won't have to feel guilty about having cookies and hot  cocoa at this event.  You can just climb them off after!  Plus, you can conveniently get some wonderful gifts for your friends and family while you're already at the gym. 

DEC 9

SAY IT LOUD Protest Poster Workshop at FHTS HQ

We know how important it is–now more than ever–to make sure our voices are heard.  Come by to create your own poster in preparation for a nationwide protest on December 12th.  This event is in collaboration with artist IRWIN,TODD, and a portion of all proceeds will go to Let Girls Learn.
 

DEC 4
Maker's Marketplace in Ft. Tilden

In conjunction with their Gifted Exhibition, the Rockaway Artists Alliance is hosting their holiday Maker's Marketplace, where you'll find all kinds of handmade goodies by local artists.  Make a day trip down to Ft. Tilden to visit us and support local art!

OCT 15-16
Gowanus Open Studios 2016 Pop-up