Hudson Square is getting a new sound!

April 27, 2022

“Varick Street Vibrations”  by Julia Cocuzza.

Hudson Square is getting a new sound!

We bought a piano. Watch it get painted on the corner of Charlton and Varick, and hear its debut performance at our Freeman Plaza Opening Party.

When: Tuesday May 17th at 12-2PM

Where: Freeman Plaza East

About the Artist

Julia Cocuzza is a painter, muralist, illustrator, and educator based in Brooklyn, New York since 2004. Born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania, she has a Bachelor of Fine Art from Syracuse University and Master of Fine Art from Brooklyn College. Working in oil, acrylic, and mixed media, her art is inspired by the loaded intersections, layers, and fragments of daily living with a particular affection for urban structures, natural systems, music, obsolete media, and human interaction.

Her primary focus is public art and has led major community-based mural projects across New York City, collaborating with a wide range of partners including Groundswell, NYC Mural Art Project, ArtBridge, NY Philharmonic, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Sing For Hope, and several municipal agencies within the City of New York.

She has exhibited in galleries across the northeast, received artist residencies from Wassaic Art Project and Prairie Center of the Arts (Peoria, Illinois), apprenticed with Mural Arts Philadelphia, and currently teaches an adjunct instructor for the City University of New York.


Hudson Square

Subscribe to our Newsletter