We are currently soliciting proposals on themes of affordable housing, financial inequality, private property, gentrification, real estate, class, race, housing lotteries, owning vs renting, investing, aspiration, community, activism, environmental burdens, collaborative art projects. Events will start at 6pm and should be no longer than 90 minutes in duration. Some will take place May 28 through 31 (Memorial Day Weekend).
If you would like to present a performance, discussion or other event in this setting please apply here.
More Art is excited to partner with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation to bring hands-on documentary photography workshops to recreation centers in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. Teaching artist Aldo Soligno will take you through a range of tips and techniques necessary to capture compelling images of people, events, and city-scapes that can be persuasive and advocate for social justice.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own cameras, cellphones with cameras, and related equipment.
2015 Art Ambassador Rawan has launched a social media campaign and series of workshops at her Brooklyn High School all about fostering positive attitudes of religious tolerance and respect—especially towards Muslim women. Arts Ambassadors is More Art’s Teen Mentorship program focused on socially-engaged public art. Read more.
MONTH2MONTH welcomes you to apply for a free four-night stay in either a fully furnished luxury apartment or an affordable apartment in New York City’s Gramercy Park or Lower East Side neighborhoods in May 2016. As part of the stay, each guest will work with artists William Powhida and Jennifer Dalton to document their unique experience with housing. Each guest will also participate in two public events staged in the apartment, while enjoying a lifestyle experience designed by the artists. Discover more and apply today at: month2month.nyc
Watch behind-the-scenes of the REMAP mapping and wellness workshop at Jeffereson Market Library (NYPL) on Vimeo. REMAP is facilitated by Anna Adler, Corinne Cappelletti, and Julia Rooney – participants of the 2014 Engaging Artists Residency focused on addressing homelessness through the arts.
View the recent work of our 2015 artists-in-residence based on their experience volunteering with immigrant senior citizens in neighborhoods across the city from Flushing, Queens to Crown Heights, Brooklyn.