A large-scale sculptural installation primarily composed of repurposed and donated plywood from building façades across New York City, Love Letters, the 13th annual Times Square Valentine Heart, considers the notions of interdependence, resilience, and inclusivity.
February's Midnight Moment carves out a bodily presence in the built urban landscape — an immersive, pulsing connective tissue within the digital and physical architecture of Times Square.
For ⟶ forever... by Mierle Laderman Ukeles is both a response to the pandemic and a continuation of Ukeles’ long-standing dedication to honoring the unending labor of New York City’s public service workers through her artistic practice.
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.