Thank you for joining us at River To River Festival 2014! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Please make sure to stay in touch by following us at Facebook.com/RiverToRiver and Twitter and Instagram at @R2RFestival. For year-round programming and other opportunities to connect to artists, please join us at Facebook.com/LMCCNYC or @LMCC on Twitter and Instagram. We look forward to seeing you soon!
During River To River 2014, audiences had an opportunity to
EXPERIENCE intimate and provocative dance, music, visual art, and new media projects in public parks, in historic landmarks, on Governors Island, and along the waterfront.
LEARN more about the creative process and historic architecture in Lower Manhattan, as well as the past, present and future of site-based work.
SOCIALIZE with festival artists, partners, and audience members.
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11 days, 35 projects, 90+ artists.
As an annual arts festival since 2002, River To River has become a cornerstone of Lower Manhattan culture, providing an intense and rewarding way to experience the waterfronts, parks, plazas, hotels, historic landmarks, temporarily vacant office spaces, and other sites downtown. As the lead producer since 2011, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) has transformed the festival schedule and content in response to the changing landscape downtown and in order to better serve the River To River audience.
In 2014 LMCC presented the 13th annual festival. Working in partnership, we showcased renowned and breakout artists from New York City and beyond and contextualized their work for a downtown audience. The artists responded to the architecture of some of New York City’s most iconic locations and hidden gems. The performances, exhibitions, talks, walks, installations, works-in-progress showings, and social gatherings centered around ideas of movement and sound and varied in scale. River To River 2014 engaged in an ongoing dialogue with the history and future of site-based artistic practices.
To see a complete list of River To River 2014 Sponsors, please click here.
All events are free, some require RSVPs.
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Founding Partners: River To River was founded in 2002 by American Express, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Alliance for Downtown New York, Arts Brookfield, Battery Park City Authority, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and South Street Seaport.
2014 Presenting Partners:
Baryshnikov Arts Center
Make Music New York
Original Music Workshop
South Street Seaport
Night at the Museums participants:
African Burial Ground National Monument
The Anne Frank Center USA
Federal Hall National Memorial
Fraunces Tavern Museum
Museum of American Finance
Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
National Archives at New York City
National Museum of the American Indian – Smithsonian Institution
National September 11 Memorial Museum
9/11 Tribute Center
The Skyscraper Museum
South Street Seaport Museum
Wall Street Walks
River To River is made possible through partnerships within the public, private, and arts sectors. These countless individuals and organizations coming together under a common cause are the fabric of this festival and the reason it has endured over the last 12 years.
All 80 events in the festival are free and therefore depend on your support.
VOLUNTEER and be a part of making the Festival a success
DONATE and join a robust network of individuals who share a passion for both the arts and the growing community in Lower Manhattan
SPONSOR the annual River To River Festival and become a part of a community fostering the creative engine of Lower Manhattan
For more information or to pick up a printed program (including event descriptions and a full calendar) please stop by one of two locations for R2R Central: South Street Seaport (at the Titanic Memorial) or on Governors Island (outside of LMCC’s Arts Center).