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FW: See the length of Broadway through new eyes

From: Gil L.
Sent on: Thursday, May 2, 2013 12:34 AM
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Mary Miss / City as Living Laboratory, Inc.
Dear Gil,

Walk the length of Broadway with us:

"Eat Your Sidewalk" with designers and foraging enthusiasts Petia Morozov and Iain Kerr. Write your own poem while you walk with Harlem-based poet E.J. MacAdams. Hear about the latest research into NYC's climate vulnerability from scientist Stuart Gaffin.  "Insert (Your Idea) Here" with artist Eve Mosher. 



Join us on a 2-part walk covering the length of Broadway as part of MAS' Jane's Walks Weekend on Saturday May 4th (Bowling Green to 72nd St) and Sunday May 5th (Van Cortlandt Park to 72nd St).


A notable group of artists, scientists, cultural and community representatives will discuss a variety of issues along the corridor that demonstrate how sustainability can be made tangible through the arts.


BROADWAY: 1000 Steps is a project by Mary Miss/City as Living Laboratory to turn the oldest avenue of NYC into a "green corridor" where insights into our surroundings - from streets and buildings, to transportation and waste, to energy and the climate - can be made apparent and accessible at ground level.


Saturday May 4th, 10 AM - 4 PM, Bowling Green to 72nd Street


Meetup Times/Locations:

10am         The southern end of Bowling Green park   

12pm         NE corner of Houston St and Broadway, in front of the Adidas Store

2pm           NE corner of 34th St and Broadway, the southern tip of Herald Square park


Walk Hosts to Include:

Michael Levine (CB1), Annaline Dinkelman (Founder, Wall Street Walks), Ro Sheffe (CB1), Jody Pinto (Artist), Museum of Chinese in America Educational Staff, Kristen Jones (Artist), Elliott Maltby (Thread Collective, Landscape Architect), Eve Mosher (Artist), Jackie Brookner (Artist), John Tauranac (Author), Mary Miss (Artist)  


Sunday May 5th, 10 AM - 4 PM, 240th Street (Van Cortlandt Park) to 72nd Street


Meetup Times/Locations:

10am      NE corner of Broadway and 240th St/Van Cortlandt Park South, near the  

               entrance to Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx 

12pm      NW corner of Broadway and 178th Street

2pm        SW corner of Broadway and 125th Street 


Walk Hosts to Include:

Bob Fanuzzi (Chairman, CB8), Petia Morozov (Architect, MADLAB LLC, Spurse Research & Design Collective), Iain Kerr (Spurse Research & Design Collective, Emergent Futures Lab), Jan Mun (Media Artist), Emily Drury (Professional Gardener & Cultural Anthropologist), E.J. MacAdams (Poet), Marco Antonio Castro Cosio (Artist), Stuart Gaffin (Research Scientist, NASA/Goddard Institute for Space Studies), Gabriel Willow (Naturalist), Mary Miss (Artist)  


Warm regards,



Mary Miss / City as Living Laboratory has received critical support from: 



Mary Miss/City as Living Laboratory
349 Greenwich Street
New York, New York 10013

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