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at The Neighborhood Preservation Center
232 East 11 Street
New York, NY 10003
More Art is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public art organization. More Art presents innovative works of art in public space that focus on the human element at the core of the complex issues that shape public life. The organization provides commissioning opportunities, strategic project support, mentorship, educational programs and artistic development resources for artists at all stages of their career.
Open Arts LES 2020 Interview
One part of our work are projects that take a very long time to develop, always in collaboration with local communities and social service organizations… The other part is a program that helps early career artists develop their first public art project… but all in an effort to really connect public art with people’s lives. We believe, especially in times like this one, that art that can be there. Artists have vision – and if we can try to give voice to that vision, form to that vision, I think that will help us find creative solutions to social, political, economic problems. – Micaela Martegani
More Art offers the Engaging Artists fellowship, a program for NYC based emerging and underrepresented artists seeking to sustain their socially-engaged public art practice in collaboration with advocacy organizations, schools, coalitions, unions, groups of neighbors, and the public at large. Each year, More Art offers artist grants to multiple project proposals selected by a guest panel of artists and leaders in the arts. in their socially-engaged public art practice in collaboration with advocacy organizations, schools, coalitions, unions, groups of neighbors, and the public at large. More Art offers both volunteer and internship opportunities.
For more information on programs and opportunities, visit their website.