Adopt a High Line insect
New for 2021—options start at $25

Support the beneficial insects that keep the park and all the plants thriving by adopting an insect today!

 

Each adoption includes a personalized digital certificate to keep or share with a loved one.

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Photo by Liz Ligon. Pablo Bronstein, Intermezzo: Two girls wear fashion garments on a palm tree, 2013. Photo by Liz Ligon. Pablo Bronstein, Intermezzo: Two girls wear fashion garments on a palm tree, 2013.

Performances

The High Line turns into an open-air theater through live, artist-led events, scheduled throughout the year. Taking place on and around the park, these performances interact with the unique physical landscape and social space of the High Line, inviting audience participation and provoking thoughtful conversation. This series has previously featured works by artists including Kevin Beasley, Alexandra Pirici, Naama Tsabar, and the Trisha Brown Dance Company, among others.

The High Line turns into an open-air theater through live, artist-led events, scheduled throughout the year. Taking place on and around the park, these performances interact with the unique physical landscape and social space of the High Line, inviting audience participation and provoking thoughtful conversation. This series has previously featured works by artists including Kevin Beasley, Alexandra Pirici, Naama Tsabar, and the Trisha Brown Dance Company, among others.

2021 Season

Cecilia Vicuña

Insectageddon

On September 25, High Line Art presents a day-long festival and call to action to protect insects, envisioned by artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña.

Kris Lemsalu and Kyp Malone

A Snail's Tale

Performed September 13, 14 & 15, Kris Lemsalu and Kyp Malone presented A Snail’s Tale, a musical performance that unfolds throughout the park.

Okwui Okpokwasili

On the way, undone

Presented May 3–6, On the way, undone is at once an homage and a pilgrimage: clothed in light and sound, four performers weave a sonic thread from the south end of the park to Simone Leigh’s Brick House at 30th Street.

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Commissions

We work with world renowned artists to commission temporary, site specific sculptures, installations and murals that are visible from the high line and the surrounding neighborhood.

Channel

Everyday at dusk at High Line on 14th street, we screen a rotating selection of video and art, including both new and historic works.

Plinth

Newly launched in 2019, the High Line Plinth offers a new landmark destination for major public art commissions in New York City.