The Collision Project is a platform for artists to collaborate and express ideas using the built environment as their canvas. Founded in Brooklyn, New York in 2017 and launched in Europe in 2020, The Collision Project aims to bring an accessibility and playfulness to art for the viewer and the creators. The platform celebrates art as experience, and operates on the principle that progress requires public space where the transfer of energy and ideas can be explored.

The Collision Project connects artists to site-specific public art opportunities in the Jamestown portfolio. This diverse testing ground nurtures art-as-experience so art-making and art-viewing become more accessible, connecting communities across the globe.

Perpetual progress in the arts requires public space for the transfer of energy and ideas.

Emerging and established artists and creatives across all disciplines are invited to submit to the Collision Project.

Location & Spaces

The Collision Project uses public spaces in the Jamestown portfolio worldwide to support and engage local art communities. Collision Project sites are located at:

  • Industry City, Brooklyn, New York (website, map)
  • Ponce City Market, Atlanta, Georgia (website, map)
  • Buckhead Village, Atlanta, Georgia (website, map)
  • Raleigh Iron Work, Raleigh, North Carolina (website, map)
  • Groot Handlesgebouw, Rotterdam, Netherlands (website, map)

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