Borrowed Light is an outdoor sound and sculpture installation by artist Sari Carel set to open in Sunset Park in May 2015.
The project features abstract geometric architectural forms, incorporating field-recorded sounds from the park’s local fauna.
A series of related community workshops and performances will accompany the project throughout the summer.Find out more »
Gowanus Wild is an urban wilderness series which aims to turn concepts of nature photography on their head by finding the beautiful in what most consider to be a man-made environmental catastrophe: the Gowanus Canal and surrounding neighborhood.Find out more »
Bryant Park Yoga is returning for its 12th season! Stop by the park
and join a Tuesday morning class or Thursday evening class!
Come discover Randall’s Island Urban Farm – all are welcome at these free events! An urban farm expert will be on site to answer questions. You can discover a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, meet the chickens, and learn about the rice paddies.Find out more »
Have fun turning discarded materials into usable works of art in this free, family-friendly event.Find out more »
Take a tour of the Hills rising on Governors Island! The Hills are currently under construction at the southern end of the new park. Made of recycled fill materials, the Hills will rise 25 to 70 feet above the Island, and the summit of the tallest Hill will provide visitors with a 360-degree panoramic view of the Harbor.Find out more »
Join the Prospect Park Alliance for nature education programs at the Prospect Park Audubon Center, the first urban Audubon Center in the nation.Find out more »
Join yoga instructor Helen Kilgallen from Elaine’s Dance School in this beginner Hatha Yoga class. Bring a mat, large towel, or blanket.Find out more »
Join Target First Saturdays and enjoy engaging and eclectic free art and entertainment programs every month, from 5 to 11 p.m. Michelin-starred Saul restaurant and bar is open all evening. The Counter café serves sandwiches, salads, and sweets, as well as wine and local beer.Find out more »
Mac’s 24-Decade History of Popular Music is his most ambitious project to date, a subjective history of the 240 years since America’s founding told through the music of the times. For his very special Celebrate Brooklyn! debut, he’ll present a supercharged slice of this project: a politically-knowing, enormous of spirit, and outrageously entertaining romp through 100 years of culture as seen through songs that range from Tin Pan Alley to the birth of rock ‘n’ roll to disco and beyond.Find out more »