Fall Festival!

On September 27th 2014 from 12-4pm, you’re invited to our last public event of the season: the Paths to Pier 42 Fall Festival! 

• Participate in workshops with the 2014 artists and designers
• Walk by the corner of Madison & Rutgers Streets on your way to Pier 42 to experience The Pleasure Project, a performance/public space intervention by choreographer and LMCC Arts East River Waterfront performing artist luciana achugar, at 12pm
• Join a guided tour of completed art installations on the pier, closing with a christening ceremony of Tattfoo Tan‘s installation, New Earth Apocalypse Knowledge Advancement (NEAKA) at 1pm
• Opening Reception for The People’s Poster Project from 2-4pm
• Join Combo Colab and Stereotank for a sound workshop and drumming performance on their installation, Drumreef 42 at 2:30pm
• Design and build a kite during Two Bridges Neighborhood Council’s 2nd annual LES Kite Festival (all day), and fly your creation in the competition at 3pm!
• Free! All are welcome!

Artist Activities:

Combo Colab with StereotankDrumReef 42: Come join the artists  for a sound workshop and drumming performance on the installation and help give a second life to the barrels of this urban reef as they are transformed into congas, rain barrels, planters and compost bins.

Sonia Louise Davis: The People’s Poster Project: Join the artist and fellow residents of the neighborhood for a celebration of the completed exhibition of “People’s Posters.”

Takashi HorisakiSocial Dress Lower East Side – Material Memories: Join the artist and project team for a one-day outdoor sculptural installation of works and stories by the participants in a series of latex casting workshops that took place this summer in the Lower East Side.

Tattfoo Tan: New Earth Personal Survival Kit (NEPSK) workshop: Come and make your á la carte NEPSK. Survival Tins are a good little emergency kit that come in handy for many people who carry them on a daily basis. All supplies will be provided.

Chat Travieso with Yeju Choi: On A Fence: Draw and write messages on the chalkboard wall, take respite on the seats, and have fun in the different play areas built into this interactive structure that inverts the function and meaning of the park’s north fence from a physical barrier to a place where people can come together. On a Fence is an extension of Chat’s 2013 project.