Hughes Hubbard represented the Brooklyn Museum in connection with the launch of "Go," a groundbreaking community-curated open studio project and social networking initiative, designed to foster personal exchanges between Brooklyn-based artists, their communities and the Brooklyn Museum. Artists across Brooklyn register on the Go website, create an artist profile page and post their art submissions on their profile.

For one weekend in September, participating artists opened their studio doors to the public to allow registered voters to view their artwork in person and in the context of the artists’ work environments. Registered voters who visited the studios nominated their favorite artists for inclusion in a group exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.

Museum curators selected five artists to be featured in the exhibition, which will run from Dec. 1, 2012 to Feb. 24, 2013.  Hughes Hubbard attorneys Dan Weiner, Lindsay Orosz, Ali Peyser and Jenny Liang provided legal counsel in connection with the development of Go.