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Broadway Blooms: Jon Isherwood on Broadway

Broadway Blooms- Jon Isherwood on Broadway

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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until October 31, 2021

Broadway Malls
Broadway Malls from Columbus Circle to 157th Street
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: All


Eight marble sculptures in the form of flowers celebrates the return to life of the city after a long and difficult winter and spring. Find an array of colors and forms on eight locations on the green malls at the center of Broadway from 64th Street to 157th Street,

By Jon Isherwood, organized in partnership with NYC Parks’ Art in the Parks program and Morrison Gallery in Kent, CT, and with the assistance of the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District


Reclining Liberty

Touch, climb and sit atop a 25-foot-long sculpture of a lounging Statue of Liberty, inspired by the giant reclining Buddhas found in Asia. An oxidized copper-like patina mimics the real Lady Liberty. On a grassy field just up from Morningside Park’s entrance.

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Uptown GRANDSCALE Mural Project

Over 100 artists update the 2019 project that transformed green construction fences fencing located adjacent to the 125th Street Metro-North station into a canvas for murals that support and uplift the community. A larger canvas this year includes the former Pathmark supermarket spanning most of the block on 125th between Third and Lexington avenues.

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Plastic Fanastic

Single-use plastic bags form Capucine Bourcart’s colorful 66 feet wide/7 feet high installation. 1,600 squares and rectangles of aluminum on which Bourcart has printed a panorama of colorful images of plastic bags, replicates the dichotomy: the beauty of the individual bag and what it represents in carrying, piece by piece, the treasures and acquisitions of…

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Cathedral of St. John the Divine

The Nave and High Altar this historic Episcopal church, are lit up in a rainbow to show support and love for LGBT+ community members through Pride month. The largest Cathedral in the world, built in 1892, is open for visitors  Monday-Friday 9:30 am–3 pm and Saturday–Sunday 9:30 am-5 pm. Timed tickets strongly encouraged.

Outside, see…

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Chanukah Shabbat in the Lot @ JCC Harlem

Join a safe, in-person Chanukah celebration in the JCC Harlem lot. Light candles, dance to live music by MusicTalks, and enjoy unlimited fresh sufganiyot (donuts) by the Glazed and Confused Donut Truck. Space is limited and will sell out, so reserve soon. Dress warmly and get ready to celebrate together.

JCC Harlem and Repair the…

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