Monthly Archives: April 2012

Urban Art Program brings local art to NYC streets

I was initially going to write about BroLab today, but decided to wait until after their newest public art installment is officially unveiled on the 26th. In the interim, it seemed like a good time to discuss the Urban Art … Continue reading

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Bronx River Art Center brings “For Closure” to West Farms Square

West Farms Square is the temporary home of a new public art sculpture that expresses the impact America’s housing crisis is having on ordinary people. Gabriela Salazar’s For Closure stands 26 feet tall and is on view for seven months … Continue reading

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East New York community arts organization reaches out

If you live in East New York, now’s your time to represent. ARTs East New York is launching a new website poised as the virtual epicenter of the neighborhood, and they want your contributions. From drawings to photographs to short … Continue reading

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NYCHA Resident Art Show Returns

The New York City Housing Authority is once again scouting the five boroughs of New York City for original artwork to display at its famous Resident Art Show. Residents living in any of NYCHA’s 334 housing developments are invited to … Continue reading

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