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Re-staging an artwork that was originally performed in 1978, artist Channa Horwitz directs eight vocalists in reading from 25-foot-long scripts to the reckless beat of a metronome.
Celebrate the end of High Line Spring Cutback and the beginning of spring with a day of community festivities at the High Line.
In Simone Forti’s experimental dance, which was originally performed in 1961, dancers begin by tightly hugging each other with their knees bent to form a huddle.
This week, join the Children’s Museum of the Arts to draw and collage your own city views using natural materials. The collages will then be added together to create a giant mural.
This week, clap your hands, stomp your feet, and sing along to bilingual musical storytelling with El Museo del Barrio.
Every Tuesday at dusk, gaze at the stars, planets, and Moon using high-powered telescopes, and chat with members of the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York about the sights you see.
Fluxus artist Alison Knowles, in collaboration with Jessica Higgins and Joshua Selman, restages Make a Salad, an iconic event originally performed in 1962.
Families, celebrate Earth Day with live music, a giant communal mural, face painting, wildflower seed balls you can grow at home, and the Children’s Workyard Kit.
Learn about the history, design, art, and horticulture of this unique park on one of our weekly free, guided walking tours beginning Tuesday, May 8.
Make the most of your visit and stop by the High Line Field Station to chat with High Line Greeters.
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