451 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203


No Longer Empty (NLE) is excited to announce ART ZONE CG-91, an art space, community data lab, and exhibition at NYC Health + Hospitals | Kings County. ART ZONE CG-91 opens Friday, June 23, 5-7pm, with a soft launch gathering with artists, youth leaders and staff, and runs through Sunday, July 30.

ART ZONE CG-91 takes place in a former emergency waiting room on the Kings County Hospital Campus, where NLE is hosting several art activities and an exhibition. Over the course of June and July, artists Shervone Neckles and Ezra Wube will install artworks in and around CG-91 reflecting community narratives, dreams, and desires. In July, local residents will work with social designer Manolo Ampudia and Education & Public Engagement Fellow Mica Le John to create an interactive installation that uses art as a cultural resource. ART ZONE CG-91 is organized by Sara Guerrero, Rachel Gugelberger, and Manon Slome. 

Starting in July, NLE will host free art tours and workshops for all ages in CG-91, as well as a community art & data lab to ask residents from surrounding neighborhoods about their dreams and desires relating to community wellness and art. A group of local high school students and seniors will help run the summer programs and participate in the art & data lab. School groups, senior groups and summer camps can request a special visit with a free tour and workshop: contact All activities and programs are free and open to hospital staff and the general public. 

Location: Room CG-91 is in the C building at Kings County Hospital, 451 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203. The entrance is located near E. 37th Street and Clarkson Avenue. Subway: 2, 5 to Winthrop Street

Hours: Fridays in June: 10am - 6pm; in July: Wednesday –  Saturday, 10am – 6pm; and by appointment.

Upcoming programs:

Saturday, July 29, 1 – 2pm, The Room Where it Happened: Chief Curator Manon Slome will lead a discussion with artists Manolo Ampudia, Shervone Neckles and Ezra Wube on the community imaginings and dialogues that shaped their process over the course of the project. 

Saturday, July 29, 3 – 5pm, Artist Salon: Short presentations featuring work by artists with visual, contemporary and social practices who are based in Central or East Brooklyn.

Sunday, July 30, 12 – 6pm: Art Festival: Join us for refreshments, performances, tours and art workshops for all ages, and meet artists, youth leaders, NLE and Hospital staff. Curated by the participants of NLE’s Community Art & Data Lab at Kings County Hospital. Visit for schedule updates

Access & Inclusion: To request additional information regarding accessibility or accommodations, email or call (917) 426-2666.

About Kings County Hospital
NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County is a 639-bed, teaching hospital serving Central Brooklyn, East New York-New Lots, and Flatbush. The hospital was the first Level I Trauma Center for Adults in the nation, and the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in Brooklyn. It is a NYSDOH-Designated AIDS Center and Stroke Center, and has also been designated as a Center of Excellence for diabetes and for Parkinson’s disease. In 2016, more than 113,000 people were seen in the emergency room and 678,900 people were seen in outpatient clinics. NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County’s Behavioral Health Services Program has 235 inpatient beds; there were 2,481 adult admissions and 662 adolescent and child admissions in 2016. More than 7,400 people visited the Psychiatric Emergency Room in the past year, and 158,000 people receive care in the Behavioral Health outpatient program. The hospital has played a major role in providing health care to vulnerable populations in Brooklyn since 1831, and is part of NYC Health + Hospitals, the largest public health care system in the nation. For more information visit

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Support for ART ZONE CG-91 has been provided in part by the Malka Fund; Metabolic Studio, a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; New York State Council on the Arts; and Materials for the Arts.

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June 23, 2017 - July 30, 2017