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  • “I cannot not grieve: CRY SCREAM SHOUT SING” by Freya Powell
    Join us on September 9th & 10th for a newly commissioned performance by multidisciplinary artist and 2021 EA Fellow Freya Powell.
  • Join our CONNECT, BUILD, AMPLIFY Campaign!
    Join More Art’s CONNECT, BUILD, AMPLIFY campaign between August 10-21 and expand the possibility for art to activate change!
  • Gates, Borders, Barriers: Closing Celebration
    Join us in celebration on Thursday, June 29, from 6-8 pm at Columbus Park in Downtown Brooklyn for a movement-based performance by Jonathan González and Katrina Reid to mark the closing of Fred Wilson’s Mind Forged Manacles/Manacle Forged Minds. The performance will be followed by a community celebration with refreshments from Drive Change, a food truck and hospitality-centered fellowship program that supports formerly incarcerated young people and creates quality employment pathways to ensure their economic and emotional wellbeing.
  • Gates, Borders, Barriers: 2022 Engaging Artists Fellows
    Join us on May 19th as Yeseul Song and Maya Simone Z. with collaborator Cinthia Chen kickstart the Spring 2023 season of our Gates, Borders, Barriers public program series! Developed in response to Fred Wilson’s sculpture, Mind Forged Manacles/Manacle Forged Minds, artists from More Art’s Engaging Artists 2022 Fellowship program present work that highlights invisible barriers, community, and monuments.
  • Networks of Collective Care: Work from More Art’s 2022 Fellowship
    Join us on March 11th, 2023 for Networks of Collective Care, a showcase of the work of More Art’s 2022 Engaging Artists Fellows, featuring work and conversations by María Bonomi y Lucía Cozzi, ayo Ohs, and Buena Onda Collective (Camila A. Morales & Dominika Ksel) with contributions from Tanika Williams, Yeseul Song, and Maya Simone Z.

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