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Wave Hill

Where: W. 249th St. and Independence Ave.
Tel: 718–549–3200
Updated Mar. 14, 2018

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Using cardboard, wood and light, create your own constellation, celebrating your favorite nature scene.

Catch the sun and chase your shadow. Use your body, props, paper and the sun’s rays to create art and tell stories of all things under the sun.

Catch the sun and chase your shadow. Use your body, props, paper and the sun’s rays to create art and tell stories of all things under the sun.

When: Sunday, Sept. 1, 10:00am–1:00pm

Celebrate collaboration, community and power in numbers as we explore the many ways animals exist and work together in herds, schools, flocks, bevys and more. Create animal puppets, then join your Family Art Project neighbors for some group storytelling to help your puppets find their packs.

When: 10am–1pm, daily, Saturday, Sept. 7 – Sunday, Sept. 8

Naturalist Gabriel Willow contributes his extensive knowledge of diverse bird species and their behavior on these walks through the gardens and woodlands. Observe the plants, insects and habitats at Wave Hill that make it so appealing for such a wide variety of birds. Birders of all levels welcome!

When: Sunday, Sept. 8, 9:30am

Join naturalist and educator Gabriel Willow on a family-friendly walk through the gardens or woodlands. Family walks begin at Wave Hill House.

When: Sunday, Sept. 8, 1pm

Honor the resilience of weeds and the brilliance of seed dispersal through papermaking. Create paper pulp from used paper, taking a stand against deforestation. Then write stories on your paper based on the traits of your seed and weed embellishments.

Have you ever tried to think like a river? Perhaps you identify as the romantic Danube, the wild Mississippi or the scenic Hudson? Join the stream for an experiential workshop with exhibiting generated@wavehill artist Bahar Behbahani as we create a series of water monoprints, reflect on memories and write a flow of poetries to celebrate the rivers we are.

When: Saturday, Sept. 21, 10am–1pm
Sunday, Sept. 22, 10am–1pm

From understory to emergent layer, the forest holds many stories. Create your own spinning storytelling device that explores the unique stories that each forest layer tells.

When: Saturday, Sept. 28, 10am–1pm
Sunday, Sept. 29, 10am–1pm

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