Upcycling UNLESS: seeking more sustainable art & consumerism

Upcycling UNLESS: seeking more sustainable art & consumerism

Public art reflects the value of equity in a town or city for all its members to be able to access contemporary art. I believe most artists, by nature, are cultural producers, hoping to share ideas, perspectives and curiosity. Interacting with art is an important social and personal experience and when shared publicly, has limitless impact.

Lost House: Lessons in Serving the Neighborhood

Lost House: Lessons in Serving the Neighborhood

2018 N+T Accelerator Artist Cynthia Gunadi and her partner Joel Lamere opened their Accelerator Project Lost House to the public on Sunday October 28, 2018. Read how, in Cynthia’s words, their community outreach, which began as due diligence, ended up being an honor to take part in.

Art as Experience

Art as Experience

N+T Critic-in-Residence, Leah Tripplett Harrington dives into the 2018 N+T Public Art Accelerator projects, exploring how they use social exchange as their main medium and participation as their most critical material.