Fallen Fruit is featured on “Hope Builders,” highlighting organizations doing good in San Bernardino, for the KVCR PBS station. This episode is directed by Maria Burton. Hope Builder (all 6 pieces with an intro by Christine Lahti) aired in January, 2020. Features our public fruit park we created with SB Arts Connection during our project “Fallen Fruit of San Bernardino.”
A big thank you to all friends, collaborators, supporters, and collectors. And a special thank you to all our partners. We wouldn’t be able to do this without you. Help us continue grow this important work and transform community. Let’s make fruit trees publicly accessible everywhere – our cities could be like communal gardens. Share your fruit!
With Love, David and Austin
We exceeded prior attendance records at Newcomb Art Museum and our installation ‘Theater of the Sun’ was the most instagramed site in Palermo! We were in the NY Times twice! Here are some highlights of 2018:
A special thank you to Manifesta, Newcomb Art Museum, Pelican Bomb, A Studio In the Woods, San Bernardino Arts Council, Garcia Center for the Arts, OPC, New Orleans Department of Parks, CSED, Palazzo Butera, 21c Museum Hotel, Beth Rudin DeWoody and The Bunker, Joanna Glovinsky, and everyone who joined us on our journey this year!
Fulcrum Arts is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations to Fallen Fruit are tax deductible to the full extent of the law under Federal ID 95-2540759.
The artists of Fallen Fruit share a citywide project presented by Pelican Bomb, A Studio in the Woods, and Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University and in partnership with the City of New Orleans Department of Parks and Parkways, the Lower 9th Ward Center for Sustainable Engagement and Development, and the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South. Together with local residents, we planted 300 publicly accessible, fruit-bearing trees for everyone to share. Learn your fruits!
***go see “EMPIRE” by Fallen Fruit at Newcomb Art Museum through December 2018