As we usher in the new year, public art installations continue to open across New York City.
As a 36-year resident of the 79th Street Boat Basin, Dr. Leslie Day came to know the diversity of the city’s natural world.
Though the year may quickly be coming to a close, public art installations continue to open across New York City. From the Park Avenue Armory to Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, a dozen new art installations are available for view. This December be sure to check out Lisa Congdon’s large-scale printed vinyl murals for Rockefeller Center’s holiday installation, Cecile Chong’s sculpture display EL DORADO - The New Forty Niners, and the interactive monument Lenticular Histories at Prospect Park. In addition, keep reading to learn more about art installations still up from previous months.
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Classic Harbor Line is offering passengers a variety of scenic fall foliage cruises along the Hudson River onboard a number of yachts.
This October, be sure to check out some of the city's newest art installations including JR's Inside Out project and murals in the 1st Ave and Bedford Ave L train stations.