Monday, June 13, 2011

Urban Art Program in Red Hook

The Urban Art Program is a citywide program meant to beautify and invigorate New York streets with temporary art installations. Red Hook is one area they are looking to engage. Specifically the median at 9th Street and Hamilton Avenue. According to an email sent out by the Department of Transportation (see more of that below) they are "interested in enhancing the pedestrian environment at this important crossing location and..pursuing several types of improvements."

The NYCDOT is also looking for artists and community organizations that would be interested in this program. It's a great opportunity for contributors and a great contribution to the neighborhood


The NYC Department of Transportation is launching the spring round of the pARTners’ track of the Urban Art Program. To find out more information about the program track, review current priority sites and download the application, visit Submit your application by Friday, June 17, 2011 to be considered for this opportunity.

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