Art at the Blueline
July 15–July 31
City of Water Day: July 16
A one-time maritime hub. An enduring waterfront destination. The Seaport is proud to be the home of Art at the BlueLine, presented by the Waterfront Alliance with the support of The Howard Hughes Corporation and the South Street Seaport Museum. This free, outdoor art exhibition is a celebration of our waters and an opportunity to learn more about climate change and sea level rise through an artistic lens.
The third annual Art at the BlueLine—the future high tide line—kicks off on City of Water Day on Saturday, July 16 and will run through July 29. This year, three works will take center stage: “You Are Getting Warmer” by Matthew López-Jensen; “River Lab” by Mary Mattingly and contributing artists; and “Tomorrow’s Sea” by Sarah Nelson Wright and Edrex Fontanilla. Collectively, these artworks highlight the risk we all face from sea level rise and coastal storms while celebrating coastal resilience, waterfront access, and environmental justice.
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