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Announcing our 2021 Engaging Artist Fellows and Artist-in-Residence

Posted on Tuesday, January 19th, 2021

We are excited to announce the 2021 Engaging Artists (EA) cohort! A big congratulations to our Fellows, Amy Ritter, Amy Wetsch, Andrew Freiband, Bel Falleiros, Chantal Feitosa, Freya Powell, Hanae Utamura, and Hyperlink Press. And we are so happy to be working with our 2021 Artist in Residence, Sean Desiree, who is an alum of

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Rebuild More Art

Posted on Saturday, December 12th, 2020

Last January More Art moved into a working space in the basement of Middle Collegiate Church’s office building at 50 E 7th. Many of you may have seen coverage of the recent fire that devastated the church and the Women’s Prison Association’s Hopper Home, displacing 22 women and destroying a historic building, spiritual home, and sanctuary for

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Ustedes (Them): Immigration and Power

Posted on Friday, December 11th, 2020

Ustedes (Them): Immigration & Power. A celebration in honor of International Migrants Day.

Please join us for a virtual celebration of our current public art project Ustedes (Them) by artist Krzysztof Wodiczko.

More Than Ever, NYC Needs +More Art

Posted on Thursday, October 15th, 2020

Now, more than ever, we need your help! Show NYC that we need +More Art. Donate now to our 2020 Fundraiser.

A Year of Public Water

Posted on Monday, June 29th, 2020

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,

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BLACK LIVES MATTER.

Posted on Monday, June 1st, 2020

More Art stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. We stand with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, and the many lives lost to racist violence and systemic oppression. We stand with those grieving the profound loss of life that has disproportionately impacted BlPOC communities during this

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