Learn About NoHo's Arts Community, Architecture, and Subway Stations During Jane's Walk 2021

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Jane's Walk 2021 is here! This annual event, dedicated to honoring the legacy of community activist and urbanist Jane Jacobs, is dedicated to showing off the pieces of community throughout New York City that help make our city a special place. This year, two NoHo tours are offered - one on public art in subway stations, and another on our arts community, architecture and history.

For a full list of Walks offered, click here

Art Tour of Subway Stations of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo - Friday, May 7th at 6:00 PM

RSVP here. “Step aboard” for a ride through the museum beneath the streets of Greenwich Village, the East Village, & NoHo! Tour guide Phil Desiere of Walk About New York will take us through the diverse array of artwork in nine different subway stations. From art commissioned by the MTA, to original art from the subway’s opening in 1904, we will learn about the artistic process, the artists, and the rich history of our neighborhoods that they represent.

NoHo: A NYC History of Buildings, Artists, and Musicians - Saturday, May 8th at 1:00 PM

RSVP here. See the path from 1800 farms to actual original NoHo examples of elegant townhouses, then boarding houses, manufacturing shops, artist studios to fancy condos today. Includes work by four Pritsker Prize-winning architects plus Sullivan, Flagg, and Hardenburg. Also residences of Keith Richards, Cher, Britney Spears, and artists Robert Rauchenberg, Basquiat, and Chuck Close. And many colorful stories to punctuate the major ups and downs.

NoHo: A NYC History of Buildings, Artists, and Musicians - Sunday, May 9th at 3:00 PM

RSVP here. See the path from 1800 farms to actual original NoHo examples of elegant townhouses, then boarding houses, manufacturing shops, artist studios to fancy condos today. Includes work by four Pritsker Prize-winning architects plus Sullivan, Flagg, and Hardenburg. Also residences of Keith Richards, Cher, Britney Spears, and artists Robert Rauchenberg, Basquiat, and Chuck Close. And many colorful stories to punctuate the major ups and downs.

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