Enjoy a guided tour of The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) collaborative exhibition on Governors Island. Spanning two historic buildings on Colonels Row, the exhibition is inspired by the island as a site for artistic experimentation, and will feature artist’s working with the organization’s international community of galleries and alternative spaces. Please visit the Governors Island website for more information on traveling to the Island and other visitor information.
Space is limited, RSVP to Kris Honeycutt, firstname.lastname@example.org, 203.438.4519, extension 125, by Friday, July 5.Open to $1000+ members.
Governors Island is New York’s shared space for art and play. It’s just 800 yards from lower Manhattan and even closer to Brooklyn. For almost two centuries, the Island was closed to the public, operating as a military base for the U.S. Army and, later, the Coast Guard. Now, activities on the island include free National Park Service walking tours, bike riding, picnicking, art installations, fairs, drone races, festivals, and concerts.