Central Park | Begin at Charles A. Dana Discovery Center
Start your visit at the Dana Discovery Center where you can pick-up a free map to the eight site-specific works making up Drifting in Daylight. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water as you explore Drifting in Daylight, a free exhibition woven through the north end of Central Park that promises to engage all of your senses.
May 15—June 20, 2015
Fridays and Saturdays
12:00 pm—6:00 pm
Begin at Charles A. Dana Discovery Center
Enter at 110th Street and Fifth Avenue
Woven throughout the north end, Drifting in Daylight is a free exhibition of eight site-specific artworks that promises to engage all of your senses. Wander through and you might stumble upon the sweet sounds coming from S.S. Hangover—a replica of a 1930's Icelandic fishing boat afloat on the Harlem Meer carrying a brass sextet that serenades you with an original composition.
Or maybe you can catch Black Joy in the Hour of Chaos: a jubilant combination of hip-hop dancers, musicians, and spoken word poetry, using a large "parachute turned revival-tent."
Or maybe you'll experience sunset in Central Park like never before...through your taste buds. Artist Spencer Finch will use a solar powered ice cream truck to recreate the exact hues of the setting sun and serve up delicious soft-serve sunset colored ice cream.
Drifting in Daylight is the centerpiece of Central Park Conservancy’s 35th Anniversary celebration. The exhibit is presented by Central Park Conservancy and CreativeTime.org, a nonprofit public arts organization that works with artists to contribute to the dialogues, debates, and dreams of our times.