Founded as a way of highlighting the resiliency of local artists, LMCC’s annual River to River Festival returns with new and recent works by Asiya Wadud, Mona Chalabi, Jean Shin, and Muna Malik.
This year’s LMCC annual festival offers New Yorkers free public works by four distinct artists, on view until August 30.
While lacking much critical edge, Ono’s participatory contribution to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s River to River Festival pushes visitors to discuss the historic contributions of immigrants in the U.S.
Organized by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the 18th annual River to River Festival is Downtown New York City’s completely free summer arts festival.
We’re not the first, or last, to live in dark times, but artists are continuously finding new ways to cope with these everyday realities through art.
At the LES Citizens Parade, senior citizens of Chinese, Hispanic, and Jewish descent pretend to be a moving company, surrounded by cardboard boxes that carry immigrant stories.
Held from June 15-24, the River To River festival provides world-class, free summer arts and cultural experiences downtown, inspiring residents, workers and visitors by connecting them to the best of the arts, the creative process, and unique places.
Some good news for Manhattan’s Seaport Museum, which has been in financial trouble for quite some time, as they received a $2 million grant from the Lower Manhattan Development Corp.