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Check out onsite and virtual activities for winter

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Friday, January 22

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Explore Wave Hill's wide-ranging virtual programs

Branching Out Virtual Programs

Check out our upcoming programs—and come see art on view in Wave Hill House

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January 23 - January 29

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Explore Wave Hill's wide-ranging virtual programs

Branching Out Virtual Programs
  • Families

Family Art Project: Stories of Small Worlds

  • Virtual
  • Art
  • Talks + Tours

Winter Workspace Drop-In Mondays

  • Virtual
  • Gardens
  • Music + Performances

Wave Hill Presents: Mamie Minch and Tamar Korn

  • Virtual
  • Art
  • Talks + Tours

Meet the Artist: Emilie Gossiaux

  • Virtual
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Arts & Wave Hill

Artists take advantage of our unique site to explore dynamic relationships between nature, culture and site.

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Pine Tree in January by Michael Salinger

A cone of green against stark white
Through wind and snow upright it stands,
Prickly point needle fingered hands
Spike sharp into the winter's night.
Remaining leaved once Autumn's been
Implies bristled tenacity.
Outwardly, an unfriendly tree,
Yet cardinals nestle warm within.

Cardinal

Faces of Wave Hill

Jennifer Mc Gregor
For me Wave Hill is a perfect place to show art. For some people art is the reason to come and then they get here and there’s so much more. And some people come for the gardens and the art is the so much more. It’s a compounding of things that happen here that make it such a magical place. I think for myself as a curator I really tapped into that.
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