This week More Art launches a Year of Public Water, a project by artist Mary Mattingly that examines the complex history of NYC’s drinking watershed, bringing attention to the often unseen labor that people, along with our broader ecological community, undertake to care for our water. As the U.S. experiences a heightened health, economic, environmental,
This past Earth Day was slated to mark the opening of Mary Mattingly’s Public Water project at Prospect Park. While the project is currently on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are using this time to reflect upon environmental stewardship and commons. Below Mattingly reflects on Public Water from quarantine, where she’s washing her
In late September More Art will be presenting their newest commission by internationally renowned artist Shimon Attie, Night Watch. The project is a short film that brings center stage some of New York’s newest inhabitants: refugees and asylum seekers. Developed through research and collaboration with legal aid organizations such as Safe Passage and Immigration Equality, as well as
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
Ernesto Pujol speaks about the themes of silence, community, labor, and empathy present in his upcoming group performance “9-5” with More Art and Arts Brookfield. On view: Monday, October 26 to Wednesday, October 28, 2015, lasting from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily at Brookfield Place Pavilion, 230 Vesey Street, Lower Manhattan.