In the Media
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Open year-round, Wave Hill is a spectacular jewel of a public garden overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades in the Bronx. With world-class gardens and stunning views, Wave Hill's vibrant landscape is one of the most beautiful spots in New York City. Our mission is to connect people to the natural world in meaningful and lasting ways through myriad programs in the arts, horticulture and education.
Martha GellensAssociate Director of Marketing & Communications
Wave Hill Announces Summer 2023 Outdoor Performing Arts Season
Wave Hill’s Summer 2023 outdoor performing arts season features worldclass artists who give voice to the diverse soundscape of the city. This year’s outdoor programming ushers in a multi-year partnership with Carnegie Hall Citywide, followed by the garden’s beloved Sunset Wednesdays series throughout the month of July. Capping off the summer season on August 2 is the much-anticipated return of Grammy winner Samara Joy—born and raised in the Bronx— fresh off her double Grammy win this spring.
Arbor Weekend Returns to Wave Hill April 28–30, 2023
Join us to celebrate the trees in our gardens and neighborhoods with walks, art-making, a cooking demo, kid-friendly activities and more! By popular demand, arborists from Almstead Tree, Shrub & Lawn Care return this spring to host a family-favorite activity, the Junior Arborist Station.
Wave Hill Announces 2023 Van Lier Fellow Exhibitions
Wave Hill is thrilled to announce the 2023 New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellows, Jill Cohen-Nuñez and Max Sarmiento. They bring distinct perspectives to the garden as they reflect on how we engage with the natural world. Wave Hill is proud to support these two artists as their work continues to explore the ways in which nature, culture and art are deeply connected.
Painting Exhibition Reveals Beauty in The Labor of Gardeners and Their Working Spaces
Opening in mid-January in Wave Hill House is Cultivating Eden, a new exhibition of paintings by Rebecca Allan referencing the labor of gardeners and their spaces at Wave Hill, a compact, 28-acre garden in the northwest Bronx overlooking the Hudson River.
In The News
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