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Tag Archives: public art
Today at the MFTA warehouse, we ran into Shaun Leonardo, director of public programs at Socrates Sculpture Park, along with artists Thom Sokoloski and Jenny-Anne McCowan. At 4 pm today, along with every other weekday until August 31, the artists … Continue reading
Sunday, August 5, 1 pm – 7 pm Astoria Park, 19 Street between Astoria Park South and Ditmars Boulevard, Astoria, Queens Join us and help create a collaborative sculpture at the Astoria Park Shore Fest this Sunday! The Shore Fest, a … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, MFTA recipients were bombarded by these brightly colored orbs in the warehouse–almost like the streets of San Francisco were in this famous Bravia commercial, which you can see after the jump.
Many people practice reuse daily with their travel coffee mug. Sometimes you just want a hot beverage but don’t have your travel mug in tow. Well, if you’re living/working/visiting Flatiron–or is it called NoMAD?–the artist Gwyneth Leech has an artistic … Continue reading
Since we are a program that aims to encourage art and cultural expression in New York City, we will be posting about NYC public art and ways we interact with these works in the coming weeks. An earlier post mentioned … Continue reading
New York City is known for its public art: From the recent, highly-publicized installation of Ai Weiwei‘s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” at the Pulitzer Fountain–which is itself, of course, public art by the Austrian sculptor Karl Bitter–to our most famous … Continue reading