Arts & Culture

Our Arts & Culture programs bring public sculpture, performances, studio art, and creative street furniture elements to public spaces, sidewalks, and businesses in the 20-block retail district of Myrtle Avenue, Fort Greene & Clinton Hill. These programs increase access to art for the entire community, while creating opportunities for both emerging and established artists and driving foot traffic to the commercial corridor.

Black Artstory Month

Each February, a month-long series of art exhibitions and programs is staged across Myrtle Avenue to celebrate the neighborhood’s Black arts history…

Public Art Installations

Public sculpture installations aim to transform Myrtleโ€™s public spaces into temporary homes for public art, highlighting our communityโ€™s creative spiritโ€ฆ