Posted on April 13, 2021 at 1:46 PM by West Sider
The Lincoln Center delays reopening to the public, even if most of its known indoor spaces remain closed until the fall. And the nonprofit is now inviting the public back with a new installation that will cover the entire Central Josie Robertson Plaza on 64th and Broadway.
Artist Mimi Lien will install a 14,000-square-foot synthetic grass rug in the square, and some amenities will be added, including a snack bar and a loan library from the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. In addition, Lincoln Center will hold performances through its Scene Restart program. This program started on April 7 with a concert in honor of the emergency workers, but so far the organization has not published a schedule for when further performances will take place. The website for him is here.
As for the lawn, it is mainly soy: “GREEN”
It will be from May 10 to September, from 9 am to midnight. “Various safety protocols will be introduced following the recommended guidelines for the development of public health – including, but not limited to, the necessary facial coverage, social distancing and regular cleaning of the space.”