Lenapeway, an installation by artist Beatrice Glow and The Wayfinding Project at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, will be on 24-hour view in the street-level windows of 715 Broadway (at Washington Place) from October 10 (Indigenous Peoples’ Day) to December 9. The location of the installation, which is viewable from the sidewalk 24/7 and is co-sponsored by NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, marks the intersection of the main Lenape trail and a side-trail that traverses through present-day Washington Square Park.
To enrich the installation, Glow and The Wayfinding Project have partnered with NYU Grounds Manager George Reis to create a tour of NYU’s native plant gardens some of which are situated along the original Lenape trail. This hour-long excursion and sensorial experience begins at 715 Broadway—the site of the installation—and takes guests to four of NYU’s eleven native plant gardens and through Washington Square Park.
This tour is accessible for wheelchair users. If you have any access or mobility needs or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is required via the form below.