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About A collaboration between ArtBridge’s Bridging the Divide and ¡OYE! Group’s Healing Room this program focused on providing a creative outlet for the senior population at NYCHA Bushwick Houses. For three months, the seniors participated in various art and wellness activities led by a team of...

About The artworks created for Todt Hill Houses reflect the people, landscape, values, and buildings that make up the community. Workshops were held at the JCC Cornerstone in collaboration with the Todt Hill Resident Association and ranged in topic from exploring ways to support mental health,...

About The artworks at South Beach reflect the people, landscape, and emotional lives of local community members. Each artist led 3 to 4 workshops with residents of all ages in collaboration with the South Beach Resident Association and United Activities Unlimited - South Beach Cornerstone. Workshops...

About Artworks at Woodside Houses were developed out of ideas shared during workshops at William Cullen Bryant High School, Samaritan Daytop Village’s Woodside Senior Center, and Moore Jackson Cemetery and Community Garden. Workshops were promoted by the Woodside Resident Association, which was a true partner in...

About The artworks for Pomonok Houses were developed in collaboration with the Resident Association and the Queens Community House. The Queens Community House played a central role in recruiting for and hosting the workshops. Often these workshops were paired with events already scheduled in the community,...

About The artworks for Astoria Houses were developed over a series of workshops held at the Astoria Community Center and the Astoria Senior Center. The workshops included anime illustration, mask making, marbling, and sticker making. Two of the participating artists are Astoria Houses residents and had...

About Themes of gardening, greenspaces, and community unite the three artworks created for the Lillian Wald Houses. Each of the artists who made these works have witnessed the development’s changing landscape over many years. Due to ongoing construction in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, many of...

About The artworks developed for Taft Houses serve as an example of the successful community engagement and collaborations that took place in East Harlem. Workshops were hosted in the office of the Taft Resident Leader, a location that proved to be a hub for residents looking...

About The artworks developed at Baruch Houses are a testament to the perseverance of the community and artists. The program confronted a number of road blocks due to post Hurricane Sandy construction as well as the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the local community—including the incredible Baruch Houses...

About The second of three exhibitions that ArtBridge has supported in Red Hook, the artworks installed at Red Hook West were created by Massah Fofana and the RHAP Collective—a group of youth organized through the Red Hook Art Project (RHAP). The artworks portray dreams for the...