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Andrea Mastrovito | 2017

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ALMOST HOME/CASI LLEGANDO A CASA

Bridget Bartolini, Priscilla Stadler | 2016-2017

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RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK | WEST VILLAGE | 2014

More Art Presents: Andres Serrano: Residents of New York
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THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF FREEDOM IN A COUNTRY FOUNDED ON SLAVERY AND GENOCIDE | DUMBO, BROOKLYN | 2014

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More Art fosters collaborations between artists and communities to create thought-provoking public art and educational programs that inspire broad discourse regarding social and cultural issues.

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CURRENT | Engaging Artists Fellowship

Fellowship for emerging artists looking to develop public art projects that make a social impact.

 

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UPCOMING | Out of Thin Air

This Spring and Summer, City Hall Park will be transformed into an immersive, breathing, experimental soundscape.

 

 

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CURRENT | NYsferatu

A public art project by Andrea Mastrovito that combines film, music, and community engagement to create a powerful statement about xenophobia

 

 

 

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RECENT | Almost Home

Almost Home is a storytelling, oral history, art, and video series throughout Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, and Corona, Queens.

 

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RECENT | Clean Labor

A performance choreographed by Brendan Fernandes makes visible the labor of cleaning professionals.

 

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RECENT | Hello, It’s Me

Hello, It’s Me is a collaborative media project by Hidemi Takagi with immigrant seniors and elders of color in NYC.

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Exhibition, May 3-31: IF ART is a CRIME GOD FORGIVE me CAUSE these is MINE

This special exhibition at Duckie Brown The Shop in the West Village features works by Chicano prisoners in prisons and penitentiaries in the American Southwest, who produce uniquely artistic drawings on cotton handkerchiefs. Known as paños, these pocket-sized canvases are pictorial letters which carry messages from inmates to family and loved ones on the outside and

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