Environmental Art Walk NYC (Sneak Peek)
A little project by yours truly
I recently ended the semester and wanted to share a project I worked on for my Museum Activism class. We were invited to created some kind of intervention within museums, so I decided to take my passion for climate justice and art education and turn it into a walking tour of New York City’s environmental art history.
The project, officially called Environmental Art Walk NYC, is designed to take participants across all 5 boroughs of the city on a journey through a complex history of short and long-term public art installations, land use, artist interventions, environmental activism, industrial spaces, and parks. You can engage with the tour on your computer by going to its official website or by pulling the map up on your phone directly through Google Maps.
This is still very much a work-in-progress, and the map will be populated with many more stops in the days and weeks to come, but I wanted to give a little preview before I decide to officially launch it.
It felt impo…
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