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Coming Up: First-Ever NFT Week in Bed-Stuy Hosted by SEED Brklyn

The four-day event will feature a variety of immersive experiences with some of the top artists and creatives from the Web3 space.

Local multi-retailer SEED Brklyn has announced that it will be hosting its first-ever NFT BK Week in Bed-Stuy from April 12-15.

The four-day event — which is set to take place at SEED Brklyn's experiential art gallery, The Oasis — will feature a variety of immersive experiences with some of the top artists and creatives from the Web3 space.

Among the experiences announced for the multi-day event include: An augmented reality workshop with Charles Johnson, aka "Ceej Vega" (AR partner of Meta and founder of Vega Studio); a live musical performance by rapper Latashá; a couple of Free Peace Cypher meditation sessions hosted by Brooklyn-native Kenji Summers; as well as a workshop and collaborative merch drop with NFT artist Elise Swopes (founder of Sunrise Art Club, a community/agency dedicated to women of color in Web3).

In addition to the workshop and merch collab, NFT BK Week will also feature an art exhibition from Swopes, which will be open to the public all month long at The Oasis.

“Since SEED opened its doors last October, we have made it our mission to empower and give a platform to the next generation of artists and creatives looking to bring the community together and push the culture forward,” said Christophe Roberts, founder and partner of SEED Brklyn.

“We’re proud to be the first to bring NFT BK Week to Bed-Stuy, and in doing so, bridging the gap for creatives, artists, and curious minds alike to learn more about the Web3 space with some of the top artists in the game.”

Along with experiencing the artists, attendees of NFT BK Week will also have the opportunity to participate in numerous giveaways, an NFT design challenge, a virtual treasure hunt, a panel discussion and more. There will also be exclusive events for SEED NFT holders.

All of the events featured at NFT BK Week are free of charge and open to the public. Register at

For more information on the event, head over to the SEED Brklyn website.