Reflections In Tea in Central Park

This year NYC Parks is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Art in the Parks program. Since its creation in 1967, Art in the Parks has featured over 2,000 works of art. On Saturday, October 21, NYC Parks is transforming Central Park into a stage, museum, and art studio for a free day of public art to celebrate this milestone. Art lovers, families, and park-goers will be delighted by free art exhibits, performances, and hands-on art workshops in Central Park’s beautiful East Pinetum field.

• Bronx Museum: Button-making based on Bronx public artworks
• Materials for the Arts: Reuse Sculpture Station
• Blythe Cain: Painting public artworks with natural pigments
• Kim Holleman: Trailer Park-let
• Sing for Hope: the city’s favorite pianos
• Amanda Long and Historic House Trust: Paper marbling workshop
• Groundswell: Sketchbook Making
• United Photo Industries: Create a zine
• Urban Field Station: Write with a tree alphabet
• LMCC/Dances for a Variable Population: Dance workshop for all
• Art Built: What it means to be a global citizen
• City Arts, Inc: Pieces for Peace
• Dream Yard: Mosaic workshop with recyclable material
• Juanli Carrion: Spice portraits
• Art Students League: Origami and collage workshop
• Public Art Fund: Art-making workshop based on works of Ai Weiwei
• Limon Dance Company/ Bryant Park Corp: Dance Workshop
• Daniele Frazier: Life-drawing class of a model in a polar bear 

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