• Draw-a-thon is a 24 hr FREE, public art event with hands on drawing workshops for all ages and drawing abilities.

    We love a madcap adventure, especially when it lasts 24 hours.

  • We're done piloting our program and want to open to the public! Help us meet our goal so we can open for applications in Spring 2013.

    Our friends at RAIR are doing amazing work for artists working with reclaimed and recycled industrial materials. Check out their artist in residence program and show your support!

  • Stories and illustrations of animals rescued by Sean Casey Animal Rescue, in a letterpress printed, hand-bound, limited edition book.

    Paws up! We're a little biased because our Program Director adopted a very adorable cat from Sean Casey, but there's no doubt that we want to support these cute, furry mugs.

  • A documentary about an overworked family physician pushed to the brink, and primary care in America—in a medical system gone wild.

    The next documentary from the filmmaker who made Guest of Cindy Sherman, H-O records the last months of a now-gone-but-not-forgotten SoHo medical center

  • CHERYL will throw free pop-up dance parties all over NYC this summer in our portable dance party mobile. We need a vehicle!

    CHERLY makes dream I didn't even know I had come true.

    Please help these proselytizers of ecstasy bring their glitter and blood-soaked happiness all over these streets this summer.

  • a colorful documentary about fashionable old ladies

    We are lucky enough to spot some of these lovely ladies on the streets in SoHo. Always a day brightener!

  • A compilation album and accompanying website that features 35 songs based on Sol LeWitt's 35 Sentences on Conceptual Art.

    Conceptual synesthesia

  • A month-long series of queer interventions throughout New York City. One piece, one setting, each night over the entire month of July.

    A Dirty Look you'll love to receive

  • 11 roles! 14 songs! Recording this show for a CD is a dream project for BDW; it's dedicated lovingly to the memory of author TOM CONE.

    We first fell for BD Wong for the easy confidence he showed on SVU, but now we are excited to see the joyful enthusiasm he'll bring to this role

  • [SIC] APPAREL is a collective of individual artists and creative minds who are making an effort to expand their reach through t-shirts.

    Sic Apparel combines the artist's residency with retail and support for non-profits in a really dynamic, innovative way. We could see this project growing in so many ways. Support the great work they're doing now with a donation.

  • Please help us convert a school bus into an art bus that will deliver us to project destinations by running off of waste vegetable oil.

    Support here and check out the installation later on in Red Hook! Bon voyage, gang!

  • Primary Information is inaugurating a new artists writings program in 2012 featuring four new publications by contemporary artists.

    Primary Information consistently put out strong work. We can't wait to see what comes out of the new artists writings program. Let's make it happen!

  • Elastic City commissions artists to lead conceptual and poetic walks throughout and outside of NYC. Please support our 2012 season.

    Because New York is arguably best seen on foot

  • Artist Tom Haney and Little Tybee front man, Brock Scott, collaborate to produce a one of a kind puppet production.

    Kinetic sculpture, puppet show, and instrumental composition... all at once! We are impressed by the incredible work that's already gone into this project. Let's see it happen!

  • The Syntheshredder is an interactive skate bowl utilizing motion and performance to generate unique sounds and musical compositions.

    skate ramp as musical instrument. rad

  • And now for something completely different. The thing you've been wishing for. A worker-owned organic grocery store in Harlem.

    We love the multi-prong approach of this project: providing access to healthy foods as well as work, a living wage, and ownership for young people who have spent time on the street

  • The Silent Barn was an all-ages music venue in NYC, home to experiments in music and social culture for 7 years, and hopefully more.

    Silent Barn is what happens when a group of generous and ambitious people work together to make a good thing happen.

    In the face of theft what do they do? Dream even bigger....

    Lets pitch in to help rebuild Silent Barn!

  • This fall, Triple Canopy, Light Industry, and The Public School will launch 155 Freeman, a new arts-and-culture center in Brooklyn.

    Three great organizations making the move to Greenpoint!

  • In 1956, ten strangers lock themselves in a fallout shelter during an air raid. One of them is secretly a vampire. Hilarity ensues.

    Communists and vampires.
    Comedy and mystery.
    1950s Connecticut.


  • An initiative to build a floating pool that filters river water off the shores of New York City.

    Take a dip and help filter river water, simultaneously!

  • We're building an amazing artist residency on a remote, forested island in the largest freshwater lake in the world. Come along!

    Funding to start an artist residency on beautiful rabbit island

  • "Tourist-In-Chief" is an installation designed by Leon Reid IV to be placed on a statue of George Washington located in New York City.

    We definitely want to see GW rocking this ensemble.

  • "Got the Power" is an interactive public sculpture made out of boom boxes. It broadcasts local peoples' favorite music and memories.

    Community mixtape!

  • Stockbox Grocers provides fresh produce and essential staples to those who don't currently have access to good food where they live.

    Pop-up grocery store that will turn parking lots/food deserts into delicious and neeeded destinations.