Lessons From Brooklyn’s Art World In Purpose And Pivot

Photo: Dezirae Bradley

How many of us dream of turning what we love to do into what we do? What might it look like? How would we market it? If the world changed around us, could we adapt?

On the hunt for role models at turning passions into businesses, I spoke to the three partners of sk.Artspace, a Brooklyn-based art incubator and curator service, whose primary focus is fostering relationships between artists and local businesses about how they have pulled it off—and what others can learn. 

Jarryn Mercer, Melissa Sutherland and Symone Wong are best friends since undergrad at

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