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Wave Hill

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Wave Hill
West 249th Street and Independence Avenue (front gate)
675 West 252nd Street (mailing)
Bronx, NY 10471-2899
Venue Type: Alternative Space

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, Jung Eun ParkJung Eun Park
April 24th - May 24th The Lightening: a Project for Wave Hill's Aquatic Garden
Chris Doyle
April 22nd - May 31st Landscape Fictions
Chris Doyle
April 22nd - May 31st Sunroom Project Space 2015: Kiran Chandra
Kiran Chandra
September 6th, 2014 - May 31st Another Garden
Jackie Battenfield
Sep, 2015 Sunroom Project Space 2015: Julian Chams
Julian Chams
Sep, 2015 Sunroom Project Space 2015: Beatrice Glow
Beatrice Glow
Jul, 2015 Sunroom Project Space 2015: Holly Veselka
Holly Veselka
Jul, 2015 Sunroom Project Space 2015: aricoco
Jun, 2015 Meet the Artist: Eto Otitigbe and Tamara Johnson
Tamara Johnson, Eto Otitigbe
Jun, 2015 Sunroom Project Space 2015: Eto Otitigbe
Eto Otitigbe
Jun, 2015 Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath, Force of Nature
Diane Burko, Brian Adam Douglas, Angela Dufresne, Julie Heffernan, Amer Kobasilja, Kent Monkman, Tameka Norris, Brian Novatny, David Opdyke, Anne Peabody, Jon Rappleye, Alexis Rockman
Jun, 2015 Sunroom Project Space 2015: Tamara Johnson
Tamara Johnson
Jun, 2015 Ten Years of Flowers
Abbie Zabar
Tue-Sun 10-4:30, Wed in Jun/Jul 10-8
Tue Free, Wed-Sun $4 adults, $2 students and seniors 65+, Free for Members and children under 6, Sat Free 9-12, Dec-Feb Free
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A non-profit cultural institution located on 28 acres in the northwest Bronx, Wave Hill is dedicated to exploring the interaction between human beings and the natural environment. Programs in both the arts and sciences are designed to foster public understanding of and appreciation for this complementary relationship.

Wave Hill maintains award-winning gardens and greenhouses; manages an urban woodland; provides environmental education for City children, teachers, and over 110,000 visitors annually; offers arts activities for children that strengthen environmental awareness; and presents exhibitions, concerts, lectures and workshops that examine the aesthetic response to nature.

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