Freedom of Expression National Monument About Artists Events Directions Press History Thanks Speak Up August 17 thru November 13
Sunday, August 22nd, 1:30pm - 4pm
Oligopoly - Huge Monopoly game, as part as the Fringe NYC festival

Thursday, August 26th, 5pm
Secretary Randall M. Packer of the US Department of Art & Technology will address New York City at the Freedom of Expression National Monument announcing "10,000 Acts of Artistic Mediation"

Sunday, August 29th, 1:30pm - 4pm
Oligopoly - Huge Monopoly game, as part as the Fringe NYC festival

Monday, August 30, 12pm - 4pm
Linda Pollack "My Daily Constitution", a give away of customized constitutions

Tuesday, August 31, 12pm - 2pm
"I Wish to Say" performed by Sheryl Oring

Thursday, September 2nd, 11am - 5pm
Linda Pollack "My Daily Constitution", a give away of customized constitutions

Thursday, September 9th, 12:30pm
Writer Will Heinrich will read poetry. His novel 'The King's Evil' was published by Scribner in 2003 and he won a PEN/Robert Bingham Fellowship in 2004.

Thursday, September 16th
Billionaire's for Bush

Thursday, September 23rd, 12pm - 4pm
Dear George: Letters to the President, a collaborative theater project by West 50th Street

Friday, October 1st, 4pm - 6pm
"Urban Word NYC", youth spoken word and poetry

Thursday, October 7th, 4pm - 6pm
"Art is Everywhere" - poetry reading

Thursday, October 14th, 4pm - 6pm
"Open Megaphone" - various singers and performers

Tuesday, October 19th, 12am - 4pm
"Ten-Fours" by Kabir Carter will elaborate upon the shared acoustic space of Citizens Band (CB) Radio Service channels.

Thursday, October 21st, 12pm - 4pm
Collective neuroTransmitter addresses freedom of expression through the airwaves by broadcasting via com_muni_ports (backpack transmitters).

Monday, October 25th, 12pm - 2pm
Plebiscite 2004 - An Experiment in Radical Republicanism, by Peter Walsh
A plebiscite election for Unite States President in which citizens of any nation, except the United States will be eligible to vote.

Tuesday, October 26th, 10am - 12:30pm
NYU's Art and Actvism class

Tuesday, October 26th, 1:30pm
A Press Confrontation - Lisa Levy and Mark Mocarski

Thursday, October 28th, 1pm - 2pm
Jill Sigman of jill sigman/thinkdance performs variations from "Pulling the Wool: An American Landscape of Truth and Deception."

Monday, November 1st, 12pm - 2pm
Pia Lindman's re-enactment of collected images of people grieving in images from the New York Times

Tuesday, November 2nd, 12pm - 7pm
The Artist Project for Insight, Actin & Change, in affilation with The Project Room present Great American VOices, inviting people to join them in reading aloud those most vital and historic poems, writing and speeches that have inspired and illuminated the fundamental principals of American Democracy.

Thursday, November 4th, 12pm - 1pm
Natalie Jeremijenko from the Bureau of Inverse Technology will bring the "Kurtz shout out line" to Foley Square.

Thursday, November 11, 12:30pm - 1pm
Reverend Billy's "First Amendment Mob"

Friday, November 12, 12pm - 3pm
Karen Sorenson's Love Research. Sorensen invites people to engage with her in private, one-on-one conversations on the topic of love, the most confounding of all human emotions.

This project is presented as part of the Imagine Festival of Arts, Issues & Ideas, a citywide cultural festival designed to inspire, instigate and support civic engagement. From August 28-September 2 the Imagine Festival will present over 100 cultural events in 6 days including concerts, performances, forums, town meetings, exhibits, screenings, and other issue-based artworks.