Thirteen Ways of Looking at NYC
Front steps of the Met. Wonky group portrait with selfie-stick.
In early October, a colleague and I were lucky enough to take a group of thirteen students to New York City. We had a fantastic time: it was definitely a case of lucky number thirteen.
We required each student to create a blog relating to the field trip. What follows, then, are thirteen images--one per student--each showing an aspect of our trip. Click on a photo to access the blog created by the photographer.
Getting ready to go. Mix tapes (CDs!) and luggage ready.
At the Met, some professors discuss John Singer Sargent's Portrait of Robert Louis Stevenson.
The Mad Hatter and company in Central Park
We had a guided tour of Bushwick's graffiti and street art
A morning walk across the Brooklyn Bridge
The Statue of Liberty, as seen from our boat during an around Manhattan architectural cruise
Liberty, Bushwick graffiti style
Time Square. Favorite student destination!
Greeting Manhattan from the High Line
Touring the Chelsea galleries. Will Ryman's The Classroom at the Paul Kasmin Gallery
Home base for four nights
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