10. Moonfolk: Passages Toward Greater Understanding at St. John’s Terminal

Accompanying Tomashi's mural are artistic responses from NYC youth ages 3-12. Photo by JJ Shulin.
Accompanying Tomashi’s mural are artistic responses from NYC youth ages 3-12. Photo by JJ Shulin.

Located outside Google’s new campus at St. John’s Terminal in Hudson Square is the mural Moonfolk: Passages Toward Greater Understanding. Created by multimedia artist Tomashi Jackson, Moonfolk: Passages Toward Greater Understanding’s design is meant to evoke the possibility of outpourings of radiant and peace-filled communication. In addition, the mural aims to provoke discourse, pertaining to the acquisition of peace for and by children.

Accompanying the mural are artistic responses to Tomashi’s work created by New York City youth ages 3-12. Presented in partnership with the Children’s Museum of the Arts (CMA) and ArtBridge, Moonfolk: Passages Toward Greater Understanding highlights CMA’s commitment to inspiring global conversations and fostering ties between the children of New York and the wider artistic community. The mural will be on display through June 1, 2022. Continue reading to see what is still on display from previous months in NYC!