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Meet the artists who live around the Gowanus Canal in the eighth annual Gowanus Artists Open Studio Tour on Oct. 23-24. This year, 85 visual artists including Patrick Barrett (whose 2003 Polaroid manipulation "Carroll Street Bridge" is pictured above) are showing off their works, which range from paintings to photographs and from textiles to porcelain.

The studios will be open to the public from 1 pm to 6 pm.

A free shuttle bus will be available from some N/R subway stops. See www.gowanusartists.com/ directions for a studio tour map and more information about the bus route. Maps can also be picked up at Los Pollitos (148 Fifth Ave. at Douglass Street), Rose Water (787 Union St. at Fifth Avenue) and other locations. For more information, call (718) 789-7243.


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