Tag: public art



Event | ArtW Global Commemorates the Fifth Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy with WATERSHED Red Hook

NYFA will participate in the large-scale public art project and public forum, taking place on October 26 and 28, 2017, in Red Hook, Brooklyn. On October 26 and 28 at Red Hook Library, The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will participate in WATERSHED Red Hook, a large-scale public art project and public forum…

The Business of Art: A Conversation with Allison Smith

Allison Smith’s The Muster Without much doubt, Allison Smith’s The Muster is one of the most evocative, earnest, and ambitious public art projects to emerge over the last two years. According to the artist and self-appointed “Mustering Officer,” The Muster is a polyphonic marshaling of voices—a gathering of the troops in her artistic, intellectual, activist, and queer communities—generated by the…

The Business of Art: Out of the Studio, Into the Street

Noémie LaFrance. Photo from the dance performance Descent (2002). City Court Building Clock Tower New York, NY. (Photo: Richard Termine). Sens Productions © 2004. Pioneered in the 1960s by dancers such as Tricia Brown, site-specific dance has become prevalent and increasingly inventive over the past several years. Choreographers like Noémie LaFrance and performers such as Tamar Rogoff are performing inventive…