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“What is the role of artists in defining place and creating change in the world?” This question was posed to..
The English Kills Project is a socially engaged, bio-art project in the English Kills tributary of Newtown Creek led by Harry G. Sanchez and Sarah Durand.
Mary Coyne concludes coverage of the 2014 Open Engagement Conference on May 16-18, 2014 at the Queens Museum.
The two day conference “What Now? Collaboration and Collectivity” at The New School attempted to tackle dilemmas of institutionalization and explore alternative models for art collectives and organizations.
Over two days in the heart of Chelsea, non-profit awareness group Arts & Labor hosted a series of roundtable discussions, community activities and workshops to initiate a dialogue between dozens of alternative resources within the New York City creative community.