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This Long Year: In New York City Galleries and Art Fairs

Join us for a conversation as gallery and art fair leaders Nicole Berry, Ebony L. Haynes, and Sean Kelly reflect on the pandemic, political turmoil, [Read More]

Scavenger Hunt

Native plants and animals have lived in Madison Square Park for decades, becoming a vital part of our ecosystem. Join us in exploring the park’s [Read More]

Meet the Mad. Sq. Dog: Willow

Introducing Willow!  The lovable Pembrooke Welsh Corgi ofMad. Friends David and Alexandra. 1. Introduce us to Willow.   Willow is our almost three-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi.  [Read More]

State of Our Trees

Each year, our team completes a thorough tree inspection and assessment to determine the health of our trees. This allows us to identify which trees [Read More]

Hello, From Daniel Humm at Eleven Madison Park

Hello, my name is Daniel Humm, and I am the chef and owner of Eleven Madison Park. Madison Square Park means so much to me: [Read More]

Caring for an Arboretum

Since 2018, Madison Square Park has been an arboretum. Caring for an arboretum is no small feat. Our seven-acre park, housing over 300 trees, requires [Read More]

This Long Year: In the Studio

Join Madison Square Park Conservancy artists for a discussion on creativity as they review studio life during the pandemic, political turmoil, and protests. Feinstein’s Folly was on [Read More]

Hello, from Linda Armyn at Bethpage Federal Credit Union

  Hello, I’m Linda Armyn, Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Bethpage Federal Credit Union. For the last 75 years, Bethpage has met the [Read More]

Community Safety Meeting

Right before the holidays Madison Square Park Conservancy and the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership had a conversation to address public health and safety concerns in the [Read More]

Art21 Film Preview of Abigail DeVille’s “Light of Freedom”

Join us to preview the forthcoming Art21 short film featuring DeVille’s sculpture, on view in the Park through January 31, 2021. A discussion on documenting public [Read More]