Our portable exhibit about urban nature returned to Sara D Roosevelt Park today, featuring bird specimens from WSP Eco Projects and biological drawing activities. Our fall residency in Chinatown continues thanks to the generosity of our individual donors who are leading a special fund drive. Join them and help us keep things rolling in this lower Manhattan neighborhood. Thanks to our partner NYC Parks. Today’s deployment was made possible in part with funds contributed by individuals, including Gwendolyn Bock, Paula Bock, Romy and David Cohen, Virginia M. Kee, the Moretti Lee Family, Janet Mui, The Park Fund, and Joycelyn Te. See you next Sunday!

You can download these images here.

Look back at more deployments in Chinatown:

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About our “new” name… Street Lab.

Street Lab began in Boston in 2006. In 2011, we moved the organization to NYC and launched the Uni Project, which was a portable reading room that roamed the city. In 2020, we are re-introducing our original name Street Lab to tie all this work together going forward, with much more to come.