Arts at Wave Hill
From its early days in the 1970s, Wave Hill placed the arts at the core of its mission, undertaking many bold projects. Today, its commitment to presenting the work of emerging artists in a unique environment continues to distinguish Wave Hill among the city’s museums and public gardens. Artists are invited to utilize Wave Hill’s gardens and grounds as a departure point for new work that addresses contemporary ideas related to landscape and nature.
Primary exhibitions take place in Glyndor Gallery in spring, summer and fall. Most summers, generated@wavehill brings an artist onsite to create a temporal project on the grounds. The Sunroom Project Space presents a series of solo installations by emerging artists. Dynamic performing arts programming brings music, film and spoken arts to Wave Hill. Wave Hill’s Family Art Project hosts children and caregivers in free, naturally creative weekend workshops. Adults are equally served through workshops, often led by exhibiting artists.