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  • WELCOME TO SILVER ART PROJECTS!

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    ANNOUNCEMENT:

    Silver Art Projects has received nearly 1,200 applications for our 2022-23 artist studio residency program. The 2022-2023 residency will be announced and joining September 1st, 2022. 

     

    MISSION:

    Silver Art Projects is a non-profit organization  that provides artists with free, year-long studio spaces and career development opportunities that accelerate and enhance their artistic practice at 4 World Trade Center.

  • ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Founded in 2019 in response to change models of structural systems that perpetuate a culture of inequity,...

    ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION

    Founded in 2019 in response to change models of structural systems that perpetuate a culture of inequity, Silver Art Projects supports artists with critically needed studio space in NYC to nurtured and build thriving practices while also contributing to the creative ecosystem of Lower Manhattan. In addition to studio space, Silver Art Projects provides professional development opportunities and connections with museum curators, art leaders, galleries, collectors, thought and business leaders, peer to peer and artist mentors, and others to change artist’s lives and enhance careers.

  • About Silver Art Projects and The World Trade Center Silver Art Projects was founded in 2018 by Cory Silverstein and...

    About Silver Art Projects and The World Trade Center

    Silver Art Projects was founded in 2018 by Cory Silverstein and Joshua Pulman with the generous support of Silverstein Properties donating the use of 44,000 sq.ft. of space on the 28th floor of 4 World Trade Center. The World Trade Center has come alive as a dynamic public space with timeless architecture. Four World Trade Center was designed by the Pritzker prize-winning Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki. The building is a model of technology, efficiency and sustainability and has received rave architectural reviews. It’s a fitting home for Silver Art Projects resident artists and their works in progress. Alongside the World Trade Center, Lower Manhattan has re-emerged in the wake of 9/11 as a model of what is most dynamic and resilient about New York City. Silver Art Projects is proud to contribute to the cultural vitality of this area and its long-time creative spirit. 

  • Silver Art Projects is made possible with the generous support of the following: