In its roundup of public art installations to visit in June, Untapped New York highlighted the Pollinator’s Pavilion created by Ariane Harrison, visiting associate professor in the Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) program, with the Harrison Atelier team. A sliver of the structure is being displayed this summer on Governors Island as part of the School of Architecture’s Climate Provocations initiative. The article also highlights the PUBLIC WATER geodesic dome by Mary Mattingly, visiting assistant professor of fine arts, on view in Prospect Park, and a new mural by alumnus Duke Riley in the Governors Island Ferry Building.