Category Archives: Events

Public Water: a multisite project by Mary Mattingly

Posted on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

What does it mean to reframe your relationship to the water systems around you, both visible and invisible? What if you began to see yourself as a steward of this most precious resource? More Art is producing an artwork by Mary Mattingly focused on the NYC water supply and its relationship to the West of

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Travel to Italy This June!

Posted on Monday, March 4th, 2019

Insider Access to Art & Culture in TWO Italian Cities Experience More Art’s first international public art project and join us as we jet set to Italy. Witness firsthand a live drone-based performance by Krzysztof Wodiczko – a ground breaking artist who holds the honorable Hiroshima Art Prize for Peace, and has staged over 50

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IF ART is a CRIME GOD FORGIVE me CAUSE these is MINE

Posted on Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

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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MAKE MORE CHANGE WITH MORE ART

Posted on Monday, December 18th, 2017

Thank you for standing by artists and believing in the power public art has in inspiring social justice. Despite this year’s challenges, together we achieved many great things. Help us grow our impact by donating today!   We have a lot to celebrate! In 2017: We presented 9 free screenings of NYSFERATU by Andrea Mastrovito

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It Would Not Have Been Possible Without You!

Posted on Monday, November 21st, 2016

Thanks to you, this year’s Benefit Gala + Silent Auction was a resounding success! The funds raised make it possible for More Art to continue providing a platform for artists and New York City communities to address critical social issues through public art. Only together can we continue to offer free educational programs for Middle

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The Funeral Portrait (Young Jeong Sajin) Opens October 6th at 12pm

Posted on Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Exhibition on View: October 6th—October 28th, 2016 Queens Library 41-17 Main Street, Flushing Queens, New York  Directions to this location    Young Jeong Sajin (The Funeral Portrait) addresses the exceptional South Korean cultural practice of preparing memorial portraits of the elderly while the individual is still alive. Photography studios specifically dedicated to funerary portraits can be

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