Responsible for thousands of only-in–New York moments, this annual fest brings dozens of artworks to 14th Street for about a week. This year’s theme is “free,” focused on the contrast between old New York, which used to be far more dangerous but more accessible in price, and the rising prices of today’s NYC life due to real-estate hikes and fancier (and safer) streets. Artists raise the question: Is the rise in the cost of living killing creativity? Explore their inquiries and bring your camera. Various locations on 14th St between Ave C and Hudson River. Visit artinoddplaces.org for a full list of projects.