Rockefeller Center in partnership with Art Production Fund will present a series of public art pop ups throughout the center. Taking place in unique and unexpected locations, the multidisciplinary program will showcase installations inspired by the New York City landscape and contemporary life.
Free and now open through September 20.
Three vitrine spaces at 45 Rockefeller Plaza features Brown’s plaster wall reliefs. Using bamboo hoops, door knocker earrings, heavy rope chains and her own body as tools for casting, Brown makes impressions in the plaster, embedding the material with a series of references to hip-hop, 90’s music, and the culture in which she grew up.
Vinyl murals installed throughout the concourse and on the plaza include a variety of Brown’s motifs and symbols throughout her wall reliefs, immortalizing relics traditionally associated with African American culture.
Brown’s work will be seen in various locations throughout Rockefeller Center including inside 10 Rockefeller Plaza, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 50 Rockefeller Plaza and the street and concourse levels of 45 Rockefeller Plaza, as well as outside in Rockefeller Plaza in NYC.
Art Production Fund & Fort Gansevoort are pleased to present the sixth iteration of Art Sundae in partnership with Rockefeller Center. On Wednesday, August 21st, from 3 - 5pm, NYC Children are invited to participate in an ART SUNDAE workshop featuring an interactive project with Art in Focus artist LAKELA BROWN for an upcoming public art installation. The workshop will take place in the 30 Rockefeller Plaza Concourse, just adjacent to Starbucks.
Participants will explore a process used by artist LaKela Brown through the activity of making a small relief. Stamps and beads will be provided to press into the surface of air-dry clay to create a dimensional composition of shapes and textures. The resulting impressions can be embellished with golden metallic paint.
ART SUNDAE is a public program created by the non-profit Art Production Fund and the cultural space Fort Gansevoort that is designed to build confidence in children through artmaking. The free program offers children the opportunity to work with a contemporary artist to create public art projects.
Pink Projects, 2019
Braving the Cold, 2019
Rockefeller Center Holiday Map, 2018
Starting Monday, June 10 and continuing throughout the summer, Rockefeller Center is bringing the beloved Roberta's pizza and and Red Hook Lobster Pound to the North Plaza.
Roberta’s will offer their 9" personal pies, including fan favorites such as the "Rosso" and "The Bee Sting."
Red Hook Lobster Pound will park one of their popular food trucks next to Roberta’s on the North Plaza. Their offerings will include various lobster rolls, plain and veggie dawgs, and Steve's Key Lime Pie.
Throughout the year, the Rockefeller Center Channel Gardens blooms in uniquely themed plant installations that transform with the seasons. From an ocean of Tulips to a Weeping Willow forest, The Channel Gardens brings refreshing surprises, you simply have to keep coming back.
The Farmers Market returns to Rockefeller Center Wednesday, July 17 through August 23, Wednesday - Friday each week from 8am - 5pm. Stop by to pick up specialty products from regional farms including fresh produce, meat, eggs, flowers, baked goods, cheese, wine and more!
The market is organized by the GrowNYC Greenmarket and is open to the public.
Welcome to City Winery Rockefeller Center - an outdoor pop-up wine garden operating 7 days a week, now through Fall 2019. Find our urban oasis located on the plaza between 50th and 51st Streets and 5th and 6th Avenues.
City Winery at Rockefeller Center provides New Yorkers and visitors alike a way to experience summer in Manhattan in a totally unique way. We serve our locally-crafted wine on tap and are proud to feature a variety of reds, whites and of course rosé all season long!
In addition, we’re happy to feature several beers from our local friends at Montauk Brewing Company. There is also a Mediterranean-inspired menu of charcuterie, cheeses, burrata and other offerings that will complement your experience.
The Queens Night Market is a family-friendly open-air night market. This popular Queens night life and culinary destination is now open on the south plaza at Rockefeller Center. Nine independent vendors will be selling a wide range of international bites, all celebrating the rich cultural diversity and heritage of NYC and Queens. The market is open Monday through Thursday from 12pm-8pm through September 26.
Keep up your family’s summer wellness routine at a series of free classes for adults and children aimed to enhance the body and mind at Rockefeller Center this August. Visitors of all skill levels are invited to bring their yoga mats and participate in a pilates, yoga, and/or barre class.
Saturday, August 17
Saturday, August 24:
Saturday, August 31:
The Rock and Roll Playhouse is a children's-music-workshop series that allows kids to “move, play and sing while listening to works from the classic-rock canon” (NY Times). Created by entrepreneur and owner of The Capitol Theatre and co-owner of the Brooklyn Bowl, Peter Shapiro, and Amy Striem, a certified Early Childhood and Elementary teacher, The Rock and Roll Playhouse uses music to educate children and explore their creativity.
Join us for the following children’s-music-workshop series events on the plaza at Rockefeller Center:
Saturday, September 14 (all ages, free)
British Invasion Mania for Kids (music of the Beatles and more)