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Works on Water

through October 27
Saturdays, Sundays
Nolan Park

Works on Water and Underwater New York invite you to join visual, performing, and literary artists working on, in and with the water on Governor’s Island this summer. The artist residency program provides an incubator space for diverse investigations of water in the urban environment. The open studios, performances, monthly conversations and exhibition feature work from around the world and invite the public into a dialogue about the emerging field of Water Art. Please join Works on Water as they work to build and strengthen the community of artists and practitioners working in water-based planning, science, policy and art to define the future of our waterways. Located in House 5B in Nolan Park.

On view now:

Water Art is the New Land Art
A small, documentary exhibition that shares photos from Works on Water 2017, the first triennial dedicated to art made on, in, and with the water, along with Water Art projects from around the world and new works created by our fifty-four 2018 Artists-in-Residence. This exhibition is organized as part of the 2018 artist residency on Governors Island, where we have created an incubator space for diverse investigations of water in the urban environment.

Upcoming events:

Words on Water, Sunday, October 14, 3-4:30PM
Join for a public reading of fiction, nonfiction, and other writing about water, waterways, the urban environment, bodies of water, and bodies in water by Tobias Carroll, Asya Graf, Nathan Kensinger, Amelia Possanza, Paul David Young. This reading is organized by Asya Graf as part of the 2018 Works on Water/Underwater New York artist residency on Governors Island.

Free and open to all.



Hours

Monday closed
Tuesday closed
Wednesday closed
Thursday closed
Friday closed
Saturday 11:00 am — 5:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am — 5:00 pm
Getting There
3 Minutes from Soissons Landing 7 Minutes from Yankee Pier
1 Minutes from Soissons Landing 5 Minutes from Yankee Pier