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OSMUNDA: ourWaters

332 Canal St

December 13th-January 11th


An experiential space that weaves art, sound, sculpture, and architecture to reflect the interaction between human and environment.  The focus is WATER, how we relate to water in the urban environment and as a connecting fluid for our entire earth. Reflecting on New York City’s once diverse and abundant ecosystem, OSMUNDA gathers  artists and creatives to inspire collaboration and dialogue on our human imprint.

12/13/18 - 01/11/19 _ 332 Canal St, NYC _ Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat: 12-7pm / Thurs: 12-9pm


Plastic Free Pledge:

Once upon a time on Canal Street, large amounts of fish swam along streams opening up to the collect pond, a vast body of water considered lower Manhattan’s most important natural feature.

This history will be presented alongside FREE NYC WATER. We aim to encourage guests to adopt the habit of carrying their own water bottles, eliminating the single use plastic water bottle culture.

Guests will have the opportunity to PLEDGE to not buy a plastic water bottles for 30 days. This is one simple action we hope to inspire in people. #plasticfree #ourwaters


OSMUNDA : ourWaters Opening Night
Thursday, December 13, 6-9pm

MusiCollage : singing through listening
Wednesday, December 19, 8-10pm

Mushroom Inoculation Party & Meditation
Thursday, January 10, 6:30-8:30pm

Closing Conversation
Friday, January 11, 5-7pm


Osmunda Canal Sq.jpg
mussel raft.jpg


Financial Model:

We have the intention to re-imagine the ECONOMICS OF ART. Sales of works from the exhibitions will support :

the Artists

the Osmunda platform

Non-profit environmental organizations

For the OSMUNDA:ourWaters exhibtion

10% of all art sales will be donated to


The Newtown Creek Alliance is a community-based organization dedicated to protecting the environmental, recreational and commercial integrity of Newtown Creek (located in Brooklyn, NY). The money donated will go towards building more living rafts along the Newtown Creek. The living rafts are a way to bio-re-mediate the polluted water using native grasses and mussels as a filtration mechanism.

How to find us:


332 Canal St, NYC _Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 12-7pm / Thurs 12-9pm