Today, the Uni Project created an open-air art studio at a community street festival hosted by the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Uni Project Artist-in-Residence Courtney Menard shared her print-making with passersby, and we were joined by staff from Blick’s store on 125th St in Harlem. Our participation was made possible with support from Blick Art Materials and NYC DOT. DRAW NYC is made possible citywide in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Thanks also to Uni Project supporters Lisa Brown and Daniel Handler. Look for upcoming DRAW NYC events on our calendar.

More deployments of DRAW NYC:

Making a place for learning at NYCHA public housing

Making a place for learning at NYCHA public housing

Many NYC kids who live in low-income neighborhoods report that there is little to do over the summer, especially when camps and cultural institutions are out of reach. To help fix that, for six weeks this summer, we created a safe place to hang out and learn next to...

Creating a place to DRAW together in Times Square

Creating a place to DRAW together in Times Square

Our DRAW program is in the middle of a month-long residency in Times Square. Join us every Wednesday 12-3pm and draw with fellow New Yorkers at an open-air art studio, featuring fine art materials donated by Blick Art Materials and an artist-in-residence. Made...

Highlights from DRAW and WRITE at Chelsea Market in 2019

Highlights from DRAW and WRITE at Chelsea Market in 2019

Here are highlights from a three-month residency of DRAW and a month-long residency of WRITE at Chelsea Market. DRAW is a portable art studio that travels the city and lets New Yorkers draw together. WRITE is a new program that lets New Yorkers write, type, scrawl a...