Times Square Arts, Poster House, Print Magazine, and For Freedoms have launched a citywide public art campaign featuring artist-designed PSAs and messages of love, gratitude, and solidarity with New York City’s health care and essential workers.
As we at Times Square Arts identify more ways in which we can combat systemic racism internally, in the Times Square community, and through our work with artists, we’re linking our audiences to organizations in NYC and across the country that are on the ground dedicated to that work.
Find a list of resources and opportunities for the arts and culture community amidst the current public health crisis here.
POSTPONED: The Plastic Bag Store, a public art installation and immersive theater piece by artist and director Robin Frohardt, employs humor, craft, and a critical lens to our culture of consumption and convenience — specifically, the enduring effects of our single-use plastics.
Artist Jeffrey Gibson celebrates the power of Indigenous women by transforming the performance of a single jingle dress dancer into a kaleidoscopic, ancestral call for strength and healing.