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Join us for More Art’s 20th Anniversary Gala!

Since our inception in 2004, we’ve produced public art projects that reflect the concerns of New York communities, and are rooted in the transformative power of art to catalyze change, foster dialogue, and build connections. In 2024, we’re looking toward More Art’s future—the future collaborators, artists, and communities.

Join us in honoring long standing partners—artist Dread Scott and Executive Director of the Lambent Foundation, Michelle Coffey—alongside the unveiling of our 2024 programs.

Let’s embark on this journey together, as we continue to champion the power of art to inspire and unite.

June 4, 2024, 6pm to 10pm
Midnight Theater, 75 Manhattan West Plaza, New York, NY 10001

 

At the Table: Art + Dialogue

More Art has been hosting At the Table: Dialogue + Art—intimate, salon-style conversations—with our community since 2019. Intended to be a platform for thought-provoking dialogue, these salons provide an opportunity to generate thoughtful intersectional conversation. Our hope for each gathering is that our guests leave feeling emboldened and valued as an integral part of the More Art family.

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The Silent Unseen Audio Tour: An Embodied Introduction to Asian American History
By ayo ohs
An audio tour offering a space for reflection on diaspora, community, and solidarity within the Asian American community and beyond.
Why Not Public Housing? A Save Section 9 Teach-In
By Save Section 9
A virtual Teach-In hosted by Save Section 9, a national advocacy group of residents and neighbors committed to preserving and revitalizing public housing in New York City and the nation.
Rituals of Social Transformation
By Multiple Artists - Rituals of Social Transformation
More Art's 2023 Engaging Artist Fellows share their practices, cultivated research findings, and transformative routines.
Gates, Borders, Barriers: Jonathan González
By Jonathan González with Katrina Reid
A movement-based performance to mark the closing of Fred Wilson’s Mind Forged Manacles/Manacle Forged Minds.
Of Manacles and Monuments
By Multiple guests: Of Manacles and Monuments
A three-part conversation series inspired by Fred Wilson’s public artwork Mind Forged Manacles/Manacle Forged Minds.
Gates, Borders, Barriers: Engaging Artists Fellows
By Yeseul Song and Maya Simone Z. with Cinthia Chen
Engaging Artist fellows presented work that highlights invisible barriers, community, and racialized society in response to Fred Wilson’s sculpture, Mind Forged Manacles/Manacle Forged Minds.
Networks of Collective Care
By Multiple Artists - Networks of Collective Care
A showcase of the work of More Art’s 2022 Engaging Artists Fellows.
Untitled (Comedy Show)
By Pablo Helguera
Helguera’s first off-Broadway production, plus special guests Mel Chin, Nina Katchadourian and Martha Rosler!
Gates, Borders, Barriers: george emilio sanchez & Patti Ortiz
By george emilio sanchez & Patti Ortiz
A durational performance addressing the dreams, realities, and legacies of underrepresented people and cultures.
Gates, Borders, Barriers: Julian Louis Phillips
By Julian Louis Phillips
A performance activating Fred Wilson's public art project Mind Forged Manacles / Manacle Forged Minds
Gates, Borders, Barriers: Resistance Revival Chorus and Pennants & Poets
By Resistance Revival Chorus, Jenny Polak, Fortune Society
Spoken word and musical performances activating Fred Wilson's public art project Mind Forged Manacles / Manacle Forged Minds.
Futures, Narratives, and Networks
By Multiple Artists - Futures Narratives, and Networks
More Art's 2020 & 2021 Fellows shared their work as socially engaged artists through a series of workshops, performances, and conversations.

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