Projects

HEIN KOH: ART SUNDAE

  • Date: April 14 - May 31, 2019
  • Location: Rockefeller Center
  • Partner: Fort Gansevoort, Rockefeller Center
  • Artists: Hein Koh
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center
Photo by Kat Harris, courtesy of Rockefeller Center

Press Release

ART PRODUCTION FUND & FORT GANSEVOORT
in partnership with ROCKEFELLER CENTER

Rockefeller Center’s Family Day, Spring Sunday featured Hein Koh’s Art Sundae program, “The Garden of Just Delightful,” presented by Art Production Fund & Fort Gansevoort.  Inspired by Koh’s public installation at Rockefeller Center, “Braving the Cold," children will have the opportunity to work with the artist to create anthropomorphic flowers and fantastical garden creatures. Following the Art Sundae workshop, the children’s creations will be included in a public art installation at the Ticket Booth in the Rockefeller Center concourse.    

Art Sundae is a public program created by the nonprofit Art Production Fund and the cultural space Fort Gansevoort that is designed to build confidence in children through artmaking. The free program offers children the opportunity to work with a contemporary artist to create a public art project.

Hein Koh is a distinguished artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. A graduate of Dartmouth College with an M.F.A. from Yale University, she is a recipient of a Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation Grant and an Artists in the Marketplace residency at the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Her work has been reviewed in Artforum, Art F City, Time Out New York, Hyperallergic, and The Brooklyn Rail. She has also received additional press in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and The Huffington Post, among other publications. In 2018, she was awarded a public art commission from the Bronx Children’s Museum, slated to open in 2020.