Thank you for joining us at our first installment of The Take Care Series celebrating City of Water Day with the Billion Oyster Project at Governors Island!
The Take Care Series offers audiences of all ages an opportunity to actively engage in performances, workshops, talks, and other interactive events that embrace ideas of caretaking. This series of free public programs aim to find artfulness in every day by exploring creative practices and community projects that emphasize care for ourselves, our communities, and our planet.
Through performance, workshops, talks, and Open Studios with our artists-in-residence and partnerships with local arts and cultural organizations, we explore creative practices and different ways to care for ourselves, our communities, our planet, and the world around us.
All exhibitions and events in The Take Care Series are free and open to all. We welcome anyone who is interested in engaging with the creative process and connecting directly with artists.
The Arts Center is also home to working artists all year long. For more information about our Artist Residency programs on Governors Island, click here.