ArtHere

Visual Artists Sought for Pop-Up Gallery Inside Bowery Whole Foods

Posted July 23, 2014 at 6:08 am

The Lower East Side BID is joining forces with the Bowery Whole Foods to create a pop-up gallery on its second floor. Submissions are currently sought from “visual artists” who have some connection to the neighborhood. A “community” panel will then choose five winners from the pack, whose work will appear inside the grocery for […]

Filed Under

Art

Streets

Division Street ‘Asphalt Art’ to Debut Springtime

Last modified June 14, 2014 at 8:20 pm

The sequestered triangle at the eastern terminus of Division Street will bloom come springtime. In a few short months, artist Kim Sillen will decorate the 1,000 square-foot traffic void with her vision. Her road mural – “Modern Tapestry” – was chosen winner by the Lower East Side BID, which held a grassroots contest three months […]

Filed Under

Art

Artists Sought for ‘Asphalt Art’ in Division Street Median

Posted October 2, 2013 at 6:01 am

The long-closed lane of Division Street at the intersection of Ludlow/Canal is the focus of a new art project spearheaded by the Lower East Side BID and ArtHere. There is currently an open call for artists and graphic designers to submit “Asphalt Art” proposals that will temporarily transform the derelict traffic triangle into public art. […]

Filed Under

Art

New Delancey Plaza Prohibits the Following Activities

Posted March 15, 2013 at 6:40 am

Speaking of Delancey Plaza, the semi-permanent “park space” has officially been christened by the Department of Transportation.

Artists Sought for ‘History Tribute Fence’ at SPURA Lots on Delancey

Last modified March 14, 2013 at 6:44 pm

To ease the blight along Delancey, as they see it, the Lower East Side BID is proposing a creative “History Tribute Fence”

Filed Under

Art