In March, we invite families to get creative with maps, inspired by two new artist projects that take their cue from maps. Enveloping the Museum’s model of NYC’s water system will be a project by Duke Riley which addresses the complicated map of upstate water reservoirs and pipes that provide the city with clean water. In a second iteration of the Queens Museum’s Large Wall series on the exterior wall of the Panorama of the City of New York, artist Mariam Ghani has been commissioned create a piece that maps out the linguistic diversity and rare languages spoken in Queens.
Schedule of Activities:
1-4:30pm: Drop-in Artmaking Workshop
Make 2D and 3D maps of your own using basic materials with our Museum Educators.
1:30-:430pm: Re-imagine the NYS Pavilion Ideas Competition Workshop
RPGA Studio and People for the Pavilion invite families to:
2,3,and 4pm: Exhibition Tours
Museum Educator leads tours of newly commissioned works by Duke Riley in the Watershed Model & Mariam Ghani in the Main Atrium.
Image: Duke Riley, That’s What She Said, 2016. Digital print on canvas, 44ft x 14ft. Courtesy the artist
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