Gizmodo Gallery 2009: We're Back For Another Year!S

We're pretty happy to announce that Gizmodo Gallery is returning again after our successful run last year in New York, and this time it will be bigger and better.

This year we're renting out a street level space in the New York neighborhood of NoLita from September 23rd to the 27th, where we plan to showcase our favorite tech related items from the last year or so. Expect some of the same types of stuff as last year, but we have all sorts of new ideas for this year that we think will make this year's gallery even more noteworthy. Some of these offerings will range from DIY creations, wacky and wonderful gizmos, vintage gadgets, all the way to the latest and greatest consumer tech products. Plus we'll have tech demos you wouldn't normally see anywhere else.

And aside from the normal day exhibits, Giz Gallery 2009 expects to have a few special exhibits throughout the week including a free laser etching booth, a reader meetup event, a special musical performer lined up, as well as a few other surprises to be announced. The best part is that the week long gallery will be free to the public during the normal hours of operation, so you can pop in whenever you feel like it.

Giz Gallery 2009 will be located on 267 Elizabeth Street in Manhattan, where the Groupe Boutique currently resides. A media-only day will also happen on September 22 for any press interested in getting a sneak preview of the gallery space. Questions and comments regarding Giz Gallery 2009 can be sent to gallery@gizmodo.com. Giz Gallery hours for each day are posted below.

Gizmodo Gallery 2009
Groupe
267 Elizabeth Street
New York, NY 10012

Gallery Dates:
September 23rd-27th

Times:

9/22 Tuesday
Media Day by appointment only. For info please contact gallery@gizmodo.com.

9/23 Wednesday
12-8

9/24 Thursday
12-8

9/25 Friday
12-8

9/26 Saturday
11-8
9-? - Live Musical Performance

9/27 Sunday
11-6

Read more about our Giz Gallery 09 here, follow @gizgallery on Twitter and see what else we'll be playing with at the event. And special thanks to Toyota's Prius — without their sponsorship, there would be no Gizmodo Gallery.