Corona Plaza Es Para Todos: Making a Dignified Public Space for Immigrants is a special publication of the Queens Museum that reflects on the museum’s involvement over the last 10 years in the programming and re-design of Corona Plaza, a public plaza in Corona, Queens.

“The publication reflects our desire to share our public programming and community engagement practices with other plaza programmers and managers throughout New York City, any cultural organization with an interest in developing programs for public space, and anyone interested in the conversation about public space programming in the context of neighborhoods with complex cultural ecologies.

After many years of growing into our role at Corona Plaza, we began understanding our challenge more clearly: how can we substantively engage the many immigrant communities that live in Corona in co-creating a dignified public space for the neighborhood we share?”

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