Take a "socially-distanced" gallery walk in the West Village by Art on the Avenue NYC this summer. The organization has placed work by under-represented New York artists in vacant storefronts for all to see at any time. Norma Krieger and Susan Davis Eley, curators for Art on the Ave, put out a call for work that spoke to the theme, "Awakening" (which is what most of NYC is doing right now). Of the more than 150 submissions received, the team agreed to show the work of 28 artists, who come from diverse backgrounds and perspectives. Each artist has recorded a one-minute audio clip, produced by MouthMedia Network, to accompany their art. It can be accessed through a QR code.