This initiative in NYC involved scores of downtown organizations working together to imagine the future city. The festival included a three-day slate of symposia; a StreetFest along the Bowery on May 7; and over 100 independent projects and public events which took place on the weekend of May 7 and 8.
FIGMENT, a project of Arts Action League, is a free, annual celebration of participatory art and culture where everything is possible.
New York is a city like no other. From Uptown to Downtown, the daily bustle of the city moves to a rhythm all its own. At the crossroads of this vibrant tempo is Fulton Center—a modern hub of retail, culinary and media experiences in the historic Financial District.
The New York School of Design's gallery presents two public exhibits yearly on design and architecture.
The society serves the community as historian, educator, archival resource and technical consultant. Its programs include educational projects, preservation advocacy, lectures, exhibitions and walking tours.
Herald Square itself is the north end of the square between West 34th Street and West 35th Street. The old New York Herald Building was located on the square. The square contains a huge mechanical clock whose mechanical structures were constructed in 1895 by the sculptor Antonin Jean Carles.[
The High Line is a public park built on an historic railroad viaduct elevated above the streets on the West Side of Manhattan.
The mission of the Horticultural Society of New York (The Hort) is to sustain the vital connection between people and plants. Its social service and public programs educate and inspire, growing a broad community that values horticulture for its many benefits.
Industry City’s mission is to establish itself as a business accelerator and destination for companies and organizations from all sectors: technology, manufacturing, the arts, retail, etc. As a dynamic hub of commerce and culture, Industry City works to support the objectives of its commercial occupants by providing highly flexible space options.