Our next At the Table: Dialogue + Art will be held on Monday, May 9th from 6:00-7:30 PM EST via Zoom. We’ll be joined by guest artist george emilio sanchez in a discussion surroundingBorders: On Immigration, Invisible Lines, and Indigenous Rights.
More Art 2020 and 2021 Engaging Artist Fellows come together at the Queens Museum on April 10 to share their work as socially engaged artists through a series of workshops, performances, and conversations with invited guests.
We are excited to announce our 2022 Engaging Artist Fellowship Cohort! We will be spending a year with these socially engaged artists as they develop and work around issues of networks of care; accessibility and technology; motherhood; among other deeply community-centered practices. Our 2022 Cohort members include ayo Ohs, Buena Onda Collective, María Bonomi y Lucía Cozzi, Maya Simone Z.,
Join More Art for a culminating panel following the launch of our open letter to hold Mayor Adams and his administration accountable for ensuring access to basic needs for all New Yorkers.
Join More Art and artist Mary Mattingly, in partnership with Prospect Park Alliance, for Waterways and Woodlands, a free audio tour through Prospect Park powered by Gesso. Prospect Park, Brooklyn’s landmark park, is a feat of engineering but also a natural wonder: home to the borough’s last remaining forest and only lake. Learn about the natural and human-made ecosystems found in Prospect Park, and its connection to New York City’s water supply.
Give the gift of More Art! Everything in the More Art shop is now 20-40% off, including copies of our book, More Art In the Public Eye! All sales go towards sustaining our work and mission.