EcoArt Project Launches ‘Rebound-NYC’ Art Pop-Ups, Celebrating Earth Day 2021




Arcadia for George Mason University (2020). Site Specific Sound and Light Installation – Presidents Park Greenhouse, George Mason University. 8’3’’W x 6’H x 1’6″D. Photo Credit Sam Nester.”

The nonprofit EcoArt Project announced the launch of Rebound-NYC, a new initiative repurposing empty storefronts as cultural pop-ups throughout New York City. Following the devastating effects of COVID-19 on New York’s businesses and streetscapes, EcoArt Project is teaming up with the nonprofit Chashama and local store owners to revitalize the streets of the city with exciting exhibitions that stimulate conversation on our environment and climate change through work by internationally-recognized visual artists and designers.

To celebrate Earth Day 2021, six artists create impactful experiences that investigate the state of our environment. The pop-ups engage artists working in visual and performing arts to present work with environmental themes, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and recycling in Bryant Park and Union Square.

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