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.
The thing I remember most about the start of the performance was the deafening sound of silence. That was the first unexpected moment during artist and activist Dread Scott’s performance piece with More Art. The crowd pressed forward in anticipation as Scott turned a corner and prepared to advance. The firefighters, prepared to unleash a
“Saturday was one of those days when I could truly appreciate the power of art to break the barriers among us and to help us be more present humans. This project certainly transformed the way I hear sound!” – Maritza Arrastia, ESOL Teacher/Coordinator, Turning Point On Saturday, August 15th, More Art hosted an Arts Celebration
Saturday, August 15th 2pm–5pm Located next to the Sunset Park Recreational Center 44th St & 7th Ave, Brooklyn MORE ART will be hosting an Arts Celebration in Sunset Park on-site of the sculpture and sound installation ‘Borrowed Light‘ by artist Sari Carel. The event will be full of dance and performance, with a special musical
2014 was a memorable year for us at More Art. The following post is an overview of the past year. We happily welcome 2015 and we wish all of you a very prosperous and joyous year ahead! #HappyNewYear #MoreArtin2015