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Posted on: September 25, 2019

[ARCHIVED] MEDIA ALERT: Roosevelt Island’s Annual Fall for Arts Festival to Feature FREE Art Workshops, Exhibit

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September 25, 2019 

Contact: Jessica Cerone | 212-832-4540 |

Roosevelt Island’s Annual Fall for Arts Festival to Feature FREE Art Workshops, Exhibitions, Amusements, and Live Music

WHAT: The Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation (RIOC) hosts its Annual Fall for Arts Festival, a much-loved tradition featuring live mural painting, hands-on arts and crafts workshops for children and adults, amusements, and live entertainment. This year the mural theme is “EarthLove: Protect, Renew, Grow”, which will ask artists to create works that encourage the importance of respecting the environment. Attendees will be able to create art projects, fly kites and hear NYPL storytelling in FDR Four Freedoms State Park, take part in a kids’ sing-along, receive Henna and face painting designs, jump in the bounce house, win giveaways, and enjoy live music performances, just to name a few of the many free activities!

Roni Ben-Hur and the Brazilian Quartet, ( ) will kick off the live entertainment at 1 PM. Next up at 2 PM are Flux and the Do Good Family followed by Ritmosis ( closing out the show at 4PM! 

Participating groups include: FDR Four Freedoms State Park, The Music & Play Station, Sweetface Snoballs, Verizon, and local Roosevelt Island community groups such as the RI. Youth Center, R.I. Garden Club, R.I. Visual Arts Association, idig2Learn, and the R.I. Girl Scouts. For more info on the Fall for Arts Festival please visit

WHEN: Saturday, September 28th     10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

WHERE: Southpoint Park, FDR Four Freedoms State Park, and the Lawn south of Rivercross. Visitors can take the iconic Tram, the NYC Ferry Astoria line, or the F-train to Roosevelt Island and then walk or take the free Red Bus to the events. Please find a map of the island here 

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