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Vulnerable Landscapes: Members’ Preview

Thursday, April 20, 2023, 6:00 pm8:00 pm


Thursday, April 20, 2023
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Free / Donations welcome

Become a member to attend the preview of Vulnerable Landscapes.

Vulnerable Landscapes depicts an island at risk in the heart of the Nation’s largest city. This interdisciplinary exhibition centers the shorelines at the forefront of climate change in one of New York City’s most vulnerable landscapes: Staten Island. Together, new works of contemporary art, scientific endeavors aimed at resiliency efforts, and art and archival materials from the museum’s collection examine the shared space between the built and natural environment and highlight local individuals advocating for climate justice and a deeper connection to where we live.

Vulnerable Landscapes

Featuring the work of: Billion Oyster Project, James Vincent Brice, Nate Dorr, Sarah Nelson Wright & Edrex Fontanilla, Nataki Hewling, HERShot students: Madison Davis, Alexandria Anderson, Savannah Washington, Soojin Yoonsmith), Nathan Kensinger, Living Breakwaters: SCAPE, Michael McWeeney, Beryl Thurman and Sarah Yuster.


Major sponsorship of Vulnerable Landscapes is provided by the Lily Auchincloss Foundation and by National Grid.


Vulnerable Landscapes is also supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Bloomberg Philanthropies

Sunset on a deserted street with overgrown greenery and a small deer in the distance