August Events

The full public calendar will go up around July 20th
  • PrivateCanvas Painting Class on 06/27 at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca

    Theresa’s Bridal Shower!

    12:00-2:15 PMCongrats to the bride-to-be, Theresa!

Parking & Directions

Muse Tribeca is located on Greenwich Street, between Duane and Jay Street. It‘s likely easiest to take public transportation. The Chambers Street subway stop (1/2/3 lines) is a 4-5 minute walk, the PATH World Trade Center stop is 6-7 minutes, and Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall (4/5/6/J/Z) is 10-12 minutes. If driving, there is limited metered parking on Greenwich and side streets. There is also a public garage across from Muse on Greenwich Street

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Featured Artists

  • Sara Bloem - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Amanda Moeckel-Calatzis - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Emily Stockdale - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Maria Camia - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Tabitha Whitley - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Jonathan Batista - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Jacob Goldsholl - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Elizabeth Dolce - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Camille Dixon - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Andy Gerardi - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar NYC - Tribeca
  • Sara Bloem

    Sara is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her personal work explores fantasies about other cultures, and digs into the intersections between perception and reality. In 2015, she was an artist in residence at the University of Indonesia. Sara doesn't have a whole lot of free time, but when she does, she enjoys hiking, reading cryptic graphic novels, and going on adventures in the Met's Egyptian wing.
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  • Amanda Moeckel-Calatzis

    Amanda Moeckel has an MFA in Illustration from School of Visual Arts, and a BA in Studio Art from American University. She paints and draws for children's books and galleries, and has run a pet portrait business since 2001. Her illustrations have been published in Playboy Magazine, and her artwork can be found regularly in the windows of high-end Manhattan retailers like Henri Bendel and Paul Stuart. She has taught all ages.
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  • Emily Stockdale

    Emily is an actor, singer, artist and model and has been cultivating a creative life in NYC for 9 years. Born and raised in the mountains in Steamboat Springs CO, Emily moved to NY at 18 to pursue a career in the arts. After graduating from Pace University with a BFA in Musical Theatre, Emily has performed professionally in numerous plays and musicals in New York and regionally. Along with her performing career, Emily has always been extremely drawn to artistic expression through painting and drawing and now works mainly in the mediums of acrylic and ink. She has developed a detail-oriented style where small images come together to make complex images. Emily is excited to be at Muse, an artistic environment where people, creativity, colors and wine can all come together!
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  • Maria Camia

    Maria Camia is a visual theatre artist and writer who creates spiritual plays, performances, puppets, paintings, illustration, comics, and videos with the intention to globally inspire healing and play. She has been working at Muse for over four years now and loves creating a fun environment in her classes. Maria received a MFA in Theatre at Sarah Lawrence College and a BFA in Sculpture + Extended Media at Virginia Commonwealth University. Outside of Muse, Maria has performed original work at Concrete Temple Theater's Concrete Boom Vo2 Festival (2019), Dixon Place's Puppet BloK! (2017, 2018), The Center @ West Park 's Object Movement Festival at (2019), Pan Asian Repertory Theatre's NuWorks Festival (2018), and at La Mama's Puppet Slam (2018). In September 2020, Dixon Place Theater will present Maria's workshop production of New Mony! Check out her spiritual clothing line and follow her on Instagram!
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  • Tabitha Whitley

    Tabitha Whitley was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1987. She showed an early interest in art and her family encouraged her by allowing her to participate in art programs around New York City throughout her childhood. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Fashion institute of Technology in 2009 and a Master of Fine Arts from New York Academy of Art in 2011. Despite growing up in the city Tabitha draws a lot of inspiration from nature and uses her art as a way to connect with the natural world. Her work is shown in regional galleries including a 2014 solo show at the GreenPoint Gallery and a group exhibition at the Mark Miller Gallery. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
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  • Jonathan Batista

    Jon is a native New Yorker from the Lower East Side and from Queens. He graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts at the Fashion Institute of Technology. In his personal work he explores the relationships between the LGBTQ culture, low-income Hispanic families, and pests. He has exhibited work in galleries in Manhattan, Queens, and Philadelphia. During his free time he plays the harmonica, studies insects, sculpts, and paints.
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  • Jacob Goldsholl

    Jacob Goldsholl is an artist from Little Rock, Arkansas. He received his BA in Studio Art from Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO, and is currently pursuing his MA in Art History from Hunter College, CUNY. In his artwork, he primarily paints landscapes and city scenes, inspired by his travels around Europe. In his free time, Jacob loves to read, paint, visit art museums, and skate with friends!
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  • Elizabeth Dolce

    Beth is originally from Columbus, Ohio and is new to the big city. From a young age, Beth had a strong desire to create through all forms of artistic expression. After receiving her BFA from The Ohio State University she used her entrepreneurial spirit to start a mural and faux finishing painting business. Over the years, Beth has kept her artistic spirit alive by teaching children's art lessons, practicing ceramics, decorative mural painting, and cooking cuisine with color, flavor and love.
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  • Camille Dixon

    Camille is a visual artist, designer and musician. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and has gravitated to art and music from an early age. She draws inspiration from beauty found all around her and strives to include creativity in everything she does. Camille primarily uses acrylic and oil mediums and is driven by the necessity for meaning and emotion in her work. In her free time she enjoys watching interior design shows, cooking and reading.
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  • Andy Gerardi

    Andy grew up in the suburbs of Long Island in a household that encouraged creative expression. As a child he was drawn to the arts and spent many hours drawing and playing the piano. At Stony Brook University Andy studied oil painting, drawing, and sculpture. He has shown his work in galleries in Brooklyn, the Hamptons and in local coffee shops. Andy's art is inspired by the natural world and currently he is creating surreal imagery using acrylic paint. To him, art is extremely therapeutic and he hopes to convey that feeling at Muse. In his spare time, he enjoys learning new languages, hiking, and visiting galleries and museums.
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Important Notice

We will reopen select studios with limited capacity in those locations where local regulations permit over the next three weeks. Stay tuned to our email newsletter, social media, and website for more details in the near future!. - The Muse Team