Presenting Park of Dreams

Presenting Park of Dreams

A new site-specific public art installation is livening up Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza during the renovation of its famous Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch. ART FOR CHANGE and Prospect Park Alliance present Park of Dreams, a public art exhibition featuring larger-than-life work by leading New York-based contemporary artists, on view now through Spring 2024. 



Park of Dreams features a curated collection of artwork celebrating nature as eternal inspiration. Artists Marcus BrutusKelly BeemanMaria CalandraBianca NemelcAlyssa KlauerJules de BalincourtAmy LincolnDanielle OrchardCydne ColebyNa’ye PerezKirsten Deirup, and Jon Key present diverse and unique visions of leisure and engagement that are offered to all Brooklynites through our beloved Prospect Park. A haven for inspiration, rejuvenation and reflection, Prospect Park is a key source of creative energy for our community.
All artwork in the public exhibition is available for purchase as limited editions at, with 5% of the purchase price, up to $15,000, being donated to the Prospect Park Alliance. In keeping with all ART FOR CHANGE releases, artists will receive 50% of the net proceeds from each print sale.

“The beloved Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch at Grand Army Plaza is a Brooklyn icon and its plaza is an important space for community dialogue and gathering. Art and creative expression is part of what makes Prospect Park so special, and we are honored to partner with Art For Change to present a new generation of artists in Brooklyn’s premier civic space while restoration is underway,” said Morgan Monaco, Prospect Park Alliance President.

Park Of Dreams is one of Art For Change’s most exciting projects to date and we are thrilled to be working with Marcus Brutus, Kelly Beeman, Amy Lincoln, Jules de Balincourt, and Danielle Orchard amongst others,” says Art For Change Founder, Jeanne Masel. “Parks are a crucial part of any community and Prospect Park in particular holds a special place in my heart as a Brooklynite. Parks not only connect city dwellers to nature and offer a respite from the hustle and bustle, they support an incredible ecosystem of flora and fauna. Environmental conservation is a central tenet of Art For Change’s mission. Curating and producing this project enables us to leverage our deep relationships with artists and, in turn, show our respect for a park that is both a vital aspect of the Brooklyn community and an important ecosystem in itself.”