Panel discussion focued on art projects with the idea of sharing of art to create a fabric of relationships within the neighborhood. Through these projects we will consider the benefits of collaboration instead of competition, collectivizing resources, and self-organizing. We also discused the complexity and contradictions of making art common in the culturally diverse neighborhood of Jackson Heights, Queens.
- Nicholas Sharma, STooPS BedStuy
- Petrushka Bazin Larsen, The Laundromat Project
- Gonzalo Casals, “Jackson Heightsine” and friends of The High Line.
Antonio Serna, David Anderson, Art & The Commons
Organized and moderated by Antonio Serna. Event was helded at Queens Museum in conjunction with Queens International 2013.