Public Process High School Summer Program at SculptureCenter

    Public Process is a free three week summer program for high school students that explores public art, urban planning, and architecture. In an intensive lineup of field trips and discussion sessions, students explore the city and engage firsthand with the artists and professionals who shape the cultural and civic life of New York.

    In past years, Public Process students have met with curators from Public Art Fund, Socrates Sculpture Park, The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation, and the Times Square Alliance; representatives from the New York City Departments of Parks & Recreation, Cultural Affairs, and Transportation; and writers from Art in America, in addition to SculptureCenter's staff and members of Long Island City community organizations.

    Video directed and edited by Michael Fodera for SculptureCenter