Well-manicured hands squeeze fruit, stroke soft surfaces, and engage in self-soothing gestures in these tactile vignettes, creating a visual language in Pamela Council's Talking Hands – Watch My Nails Don’t Watch Me.
Pamela Council's A Fountain for Survivors is both an ode to the ways in which we maintain ourselves and an exuberant life-affirming monument for survivors of all kinds.
We Are More, Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya’s newest public art campaign, celebrates the individuality of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders while pointedly and poignantly rebuking rising xenophobia and racism.
As we at Times Square Arts identify more ways in which we can combat systemic racism internally, in the Times Square community, and through our work with artists, we’re linking our audiences to organizations in NYC and across the country that are on the ground dedicated to that work.
Find a list of resources and opportunities for the arts and culture community amidst the current public health crisis here.