Annie Reuter of CBS New York.com reports on MSP’s first-ever bluegrass festival, Bluegrass in the Park . CBS New York September 17, 2011 The inaugural Bluegrass In the Park concert will hit New York’s Madison Square Park this Saturday. Hosted by Mad. Sq. Music: Studio Series, from 12:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. music fans can… Read more
Fall Kids Fest co-presenter Time Out Kids puts the good word out to the public. Time Out Kids New York October 2011 For the fourth year in a row, we’re teaming up with the Madison Square Park Conservancy to present Fall Kids Fest. The free event, which takes place tomorrow, Saturday, October 15, is packed… Read more
Nate Chinen reports on Mad. Sq. Music: Oval Lawn Series jazz artist Lionel Loueke and harpist Edmar Castaneda in Chinen’s New York Times article Al Fresco Music at Twilight With a City as Counterpoint. July 7, 2011 Al Fresco Music at Twilight With a City as Counterpoint Lionel Loueke, the West African jazz guitarist, was… Read more
Sarah Douglas from the The Art Newspaper shares the chronological progression and popularity of outdoor art in her article The Outsiders. The Art Newspaper “The Outsiders,” by Sarah Douglas November 2011 One of those is Madison Square Park, in Midtown, an example of how edgy public art has contributed to urban renewal. Debbie Landau, head… Read more
Twyla Shelmire from Whitewall Magazine sits down with Mad. Sq. Art’s latest artist Alison Saar to discuss her newest installation “Feallan and Fallow”. Whitewall Magazine “Alison Saar: Feallan and Fallow” by Twyla Shelmire October 17, 2011 Alison Saar’s installation, “Feallan and Fallow” may be seen daily in Madison Square Park now through December 31. Four… Read more
Bill Cunningham’s Evening Hours section of The New York Times include shots from our tasty fundraiser in the park, Celebrate Flatiron Chefs!
Mad. Sq. Eats, our outdoor food market, has been getting rave reviews! Thanks to Urban Space and all the wonderful vendors for making Mad. Sq. Eats the place to eat. Read all about it: Eater The New York Times Diner’s Journal Serious Eats Serious Eats Drinks A Passion For Food
Image Courtesy of Benjamin Norman for The New York Times You might have been wondering how Jaume Plensa’s 44-foot sculpture landed on the Oval Lawn of Madison Square Park…well, you’re in luck! The New York Times is now featuring an amazing video of the entire installation process that took place during the last week of… Read more
The L Magazine announces the opening of City of Nature, and draws an interesting parallel to another recent video collage to hit the NYC art world, Christian Marclay’s widely successful The Clock. City of Nature is sure to be just as mesmerizing for the crowds in Madison Square Park this spring!
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