The must-see New York City outdoor art installations this month span all 5 boroughs. From participatory exhibits to traveling displays, this month has it all.
On August 20, Color Factory, a collaborative interactive exhibit that celebrates color and creativity, debuted 16 vibrant pop-up installations in
11 of the most unique community gardens in the East Village for quiet escapes, art and cultural events, gardening, and community gatherings. Check them out!
The now-buried Tibbetts Brook once wound its way across the undeveloped land of the Bronx. A mobile wetlands is raising awareness for the river's daylighting.
See the cute dogs of Central Park who are contenders for a spot in the 2019 Central Bark calendar and vote for up to 13 of your favorites. Good luck choosing!
The August 2018 NYC art installations that you must go see, covering parks and waterways in all five boroughs. They are unique works created by diverse artists.
Rebel Women exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates 19th century women who rebelled against gender roles in politics, activism, and careers.
Behind the scenes and action photos of the 2018 NYC Formula E double-header championship race in Red Hook, Brooklyn in season finale of Qatar Airlines E-Prix
The July 2018 outdoor art installations you must see in NYC cover the five boroughs and the waterways. You'll need to see more than one a day to catch them all!
Dead end streets of Flatbush and Prospect Lefferts Gardens located off of Flatbush Avenue, including private streets and prewar, historically preserved homes.