Culturefix, the cultural and events space and bar at 9 Clinton St., is closing abruptly after four years. Last night, an email blast went out to friends and followers announcing the news. Here’s the text:
We regret to announce that after four years of doing business at 9 Clinton Street, Culturefix will be closing its doors. Tomorrow, July 27th, will be our last day of operations and we would love to have all of you here for one last drink then. At this time, we cannot go into detail as to the cause of our closure, but would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our supporters. To the thousands of artists, musicians, performance artists, film makers, designers, writers, curators and organizers – you made Culturefix what we always hoped it would be; a community of limitless artistic expression in a nontraditional art space. To all the lovers of food and drink we have served in the past – we would like to thank you for choosing to spend your time and money with us when you had endless options in this city. Your support directly facilitated the gallery and everything we have displayed and hosted. We would lastly like to express our appreciation and gratitude for the community on and around Clinton Street. You are what makes this neighborhood the best in all of NYC. We can’t wait to update you on our future endeavors!
We hope to have more details after speaking with Culturefix owners Cole Schaffer and Ari Stern.