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Public Art for the People with Worthless Studios' Plywood Project

During the peak social justice protests following the murder of George Floyd in June 2020, shops in NYC boarded up to protect their businesses, causing plywood prices to skyrocket and taking this accessible resource away from artists. In response, and in honor of these movements a year later, Brooklyn-based arts nonprofit, worthless studios, launched The Plywood Protection Project to collect this wood and redistribute it to artists who have transformed it into public art across the five boroughs, with Manhattan’s installation located in TriBeCa’s Thomas Paine Park.

The worthless team has generously offered 
exclusive tours of this installation for guests of The Standard, High Line and The Standard, East Village. Book a stay the weekend of June 11th for a special rate that includes this complimentary tour using links below. You will receive confirmation details by June 8th.

Friday, June 11th, 11AM.
Guests of The Standard, High Line
Meet at 
Thomas Paine Park. 30 spots available.
BOOK

Saturday, June 12th, 11AM. 

Guests of The Standard, East Village
Meet at Thomas Paine Park. 30 spots available.
BOOK


Read more about The Plywood Project and worthless studios in The New York Times, and join worthless studio's weekly newsletter here


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