Pop-In To Art Crawl’s Harlem Residency Of Boundaries And Connections On Governors Island

April 12, 2021

To celebrate NYC Immigrant Heritage Week, the (G)eneration Project debuts the (G) Pop-In, “What Is Your G Status?” on Governors Island with a virtual event.

The event kicks off on Saturday, April 17, 2021, from 1 pm – 2 pm EDT on the (G) Project YouTube Channel (YouTube @GProject_org).

RSVP Here: GenerationProjectIHW2021.eventbrite.com

Immigrant Heritage Week, an annual city-wide celebration that honors the experiences and contributions of immigrants in New York City, is a rich collection of free events and programs that build cross-cultural understanding between diverse New Yorkers.

At the virtual Pop-In event on April 17th, 2021, the public is invited to learn how to determine your (G) Status, to hear from the (G) Project team about why the mission, initiatives and future plans are so relevant to the landscape of immigration, and to visit Governors Island and “pop-in” to discover and participate in our interactive art installation.

Our collaborative residency with ArtCrawl Harlem is located on historic Colonel’s Row, House #4B Nolan Park on the scenic grounds of Governors Island overlooking Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline.

From May through October, visitors can go in-person to the Row House to create an impromptu artwork on a (G) Project-designed card, record a video to share their stories, and pose for a portrait.

Alternatively, virtual visitors can participate directly on the (G) Project website.

The (G)eneration Project is a public art campaign to celebrate the idea that we are ALL immigrants, gproject.org

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