Slow down this Labor Day Weekend at Wave Hill
to get an insider’s view of current exhibitions.
Slow down for summer this Labor
Day, on a leisurely Wave Hill Garden
Highlights Walk steeped in glorious
late summer-early fall blooms, and a
stop in the gallery to absorb contemporary
art inspired by nature, fl owers
and the movement of light throughout
the calendar year.
Thusday, August 29; Friday, August
30; Sunday, September 1; Monday,
September 2; Wednesday, September 4;
Thursday, September 5: Garden Highlights
Walk: Join a Wave Hill Garden
guide for a public tour of seasonal garden
highlights. Free with admission to
the grounds. Meet at Perkins Visitor
Center at 1 p.m.
Saturday, August 31; Sunday, September
1: Family Art Project: Shadow
Play: 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.
Free, and admission to the grounds is
free until noon. Wave Hill House, 10
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, August 31: Gallery Tour:
Tour Glyndor Gallery with Wave Hill’s
Curatorial Fellow or Gallery Greeter
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The exhibition Figuring the
Floral features artists who employ
fl owers to explore representations of
identity—constructing narratives on
race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual
orientation, and aging. The exhibition
includes paintings, collages, drawings,
sculptures and an outdoor installation.
In the Sunroom, Kate Bae’s
immersive installation consists of
fl owers created from layers of acrylic
paint. They drape from the ceiling into
a wishing well. The landscape evokes
the ecosystem of Mount Halla on
South Korea’s Jeju Island, a holy symbol
of the unifi cation of South Korea
and North Korea. In the Sun Porch,
Riad Miah creates a multi-part installation
of double-sided, oil and acrylic,
rectangular paintings on Dura-Lar.
He traces light throughout the calendar
year to portray a sense of time,
with each piece representing a single
month. Free with admission to the
grounds. Glyndor Gallery, at 2 p.m.
A 28-acre public garden and cultural
center overlooking the Hudson
River and Palisades, Wave Hill’s mission
is to celebrate the artistry and
legacy of its gardens and landscape, to
preserve its magnifi cent views, and to
explore human connections to the natural
world through programs in horticulture,
education and the arts.
For further information call (718)
549-3200 or visit www.wavehill.org.
Wave Hill September Garden Highlights Walk. Photo courtesy of Wave Hill
The Waterfront NYC at Trump Golf Links will host Oktoberfest on Sunday, September
29. Photo courtesy of the Waterfront NYC
The Waterfront NYC
to host Oktoberfest
The Waterfront NYC will host
Oktoberfest on Sunday, September
29, from 1 to 6 p.m.
Dust off your lederhosen and
join in for their fi rst annual Oktoberfest,
featuring a live concert,
beer specials, food stations, ferris
wheel, yard games, and more.
Purchase tickets at www.thewaterfrontnyc.
The Waterfront NYC is located
at Trump Golf Links at
Ferry Point, 500 Hutchinson