Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Treehugger Tuesday

"Seaworthy" exhibit explores New York City's waterways

"EFA Project Space, Flux Factory and The Gowanus Studio Space present SEAWORTHY, an exhibition and series of public screenings, performances, lectures, workshops and artist-led excursions on the water. With 72 islands and over 700 miles of coastline, New York City is a formidable archipelago. This project will invite discussion of issues surrounding water access and use, activate the largest open space in the city, and engage with relevant themes in contemporary art practice. SeaWorthy will bring together artists from here and abroad – in consultation with boat builders, world-class mariners, historians, writers, activists and ecologists – to make new work about, around and on the waterways of New York City in Summer 2011."

See their website here for more information.

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