Tomorrow Night: Bird on the High Line

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Tomorrow night,  September 10, join us on the High Line for a free screening of photographer Andrew Zuckerman’s new film project, “Bird.”

The short film will be projected, in a repeating loop, on a 11′ x 20′ screen in the 14th Street Passage on the High Line. It offers a rare opportunity to see birds separate from their habitats, in their purest form. Shot against white in high definition, the projection brings a modern approach to birdwatching in an urban environment.

The High Line will remain open for one additional hour, until 11:00 PM, for this program.

Thursday, September 10, 7:00 – 11:00 PM
14th Street Passage, on the High Line

No RSVP Required

More about “Bird”

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The Abstract Line

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While the High Line may look pretty cool from far away, it seems it looks just as good up close and personal. Adrian Gaut, a photographer whose work has been featured in the likes of GQ, recently turned his lens on the High Line and came away with some beautiful abstract shots. For a quick game, see if you can find where on the High Line each of these shots was taken!

Check out his Web site here.

Summer Programming Round-Up

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Felix Pitre peformed “Stories and Songs of Latin America” in the 10th Avenue Square.

Thanks to all who joined us for our first season of free and low-cost programs on the High Line!

From walks and talks to family art workshops and performances, we strive to put together a calendar of events for all High Line visitors that are as unique and exciting as the High Line itself.

We are beginning to plan programs for next year, so please email us at info@thehighline.org with your suggestions!

We’ve got a full calendar of programs planned for the fall, and now’s the time to sign up. Highlights include Yoga on the High Line with Nikki Costello, a workshop to build your own recycled railroad with the Children’s Museum of Art,  talks with High Line VP of Horticulture and Operations Patrick Cullina and creator of the High Line’s first public art installation Spencer Finch, as well as walking tours every Sunday.

Full calendar here, but sign up for our email newsletter for future announcements- or better yet, become a member to get first notification of upcoming programs.

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