YEAR OF
UNCERTAINTY

Welcome to the digital platform for the Queens Museum’s Year of Uncertainty! This blog traces and chronicles a year of conversation, experimentation, and reflection among stakeholders and members of our communities, centering five themes: Care, Repair, Play, Justice, The Future. The navigation bar below can guide your experience through this collaborative and unfiltered project. Enjoy yourself!

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Group of children standing and sitting show off their works of art by raising it in the air. They hold their art high with pride. Their artwork looks like circular cardboard with holes where strings of ribbon dangle. Along the sides there are a couple of adults also sitting and standing. The ground is concrete and behind them are a series of portraits on fabric of male identified individuals. Grupo de niños en pie y sentados mostrando sus obras de arte levantándolas en el aire. Mantienen su arte en alto con orgullo. Su obra de arte parece como cartón circular con agujeros donde cuelgan hilos de cinta. A los lados hay un par de adultos también sentados y de pie. El suelo es de cemento y detrás de ellos hay una serie de retratos sobre tela de individuos identificados como masculinos.

Queens Museum Staff

December 10, 2021

A photo of the Queens Museum's Lower Atrium. Five multi-colored banners hang from the ceiling featuring the text

Alex Strada & Tali Keren

October 14, 2021

A group of mostly Latina women looking left smiling. Four of them are squatting and holding a medium sized knitted sweater. Six of them are standing being expressive with their hands. Behind them is a series of images of knitted things and knitted items. On the right corner of the image there is a small christmas tree adorned with small spheres, the floor is a reddish brown. Some of them are also wearing an array of knitted sweaters.

BordeAndo

October 10, 2021

This image focuses on a wood burning fire pit. Logs are stacked in the foreground and smoke is rising around them. There are four people are present. Three are in the background, focused on the fire with expectant expressions. A fourth person stands above the fire, appearing to arrange logs. This person wears a hat and many other adornments: fringed clothing, and jewelry made of leather, bone, silver, and stones.

Tecumseh Ceaser

October 1, 2021

A light green Montez Press Radio post-it with a mix of handwritten and stamped text. A portion of the stamped text reads

Montez Press Radio

August 29, 2021