On four Thursday afternoons in this fall (September 19 and 26, and October 3 and 10), Street Lab set up its portable, open-air, drawing studio in the northwest corner of Washington Square Park. The program featured fine art drawing materials, art books, as well as tools and prompts for drawing. New this year were beautiful large reproductions of artists’ work to inspire people, provided through a partnership with The Drawing Center. Thanks to our host Washington Square Park Conservancy!

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More deployments in Washington Square Park:

Drawing together in the Village

Drawing together in the Village

Our residency in Washington Square Park continued today as we created an open-air drawing studio. People enjoyed fine art materials from Blick Art Materials, an artist-in-residence, and special materials from The Drawing Center. Made possible by Washington Square Park...

DRAW in Washington Square Park

DRAW in Washington Square Park

Our residency in Washington Square Park rolls along, and today we switched things up to offer our DRAW program, a open-air art studio featuring fine art materials donated by Blick Art Materials, an artist-in-residence, and special materials contributed by The Drawing...

Fall residency launched in Washington Square Park

Fall residency launched in Washington Square Park

Today, the Uni Project returned to Washington Square Park to create an open-air exhibit about urban nature in the northwest corner of the park. We called it EXPLORE NYC, and our focus today was urban birds, presented in partnership with Washington Square Park Eco...

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—a portable reading room for public space. In 2020, we are re-introducing our original name Street Lab to tie all of our work together going forward, with much more to come.