Maps of rockefeller center
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⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ walking nyc (narrated) : rockefeller center
Do you want to go on a fun adventure? To get a limited-edition copy of Jeffers’ holiday map, go to the lobby of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The map is a free guide to Rockefeller Center’s most beloved treasures, beautifully scribbled with cheerful illustrations ranging from the Radio City Rockettes to the ice skating rink.
You won’t be able to get your hands on a replica or see the artist’s matching murals if you can’t make it in person. On Thursday, December 3rd, tune in to Rockefeller Center’s Instagram Live for an exciting drawing and reading experience with the beloved illustrator.
Jeffers’ work is on view until January 11th as part of the Rockefeller Center and Art Development Fund’s 2020 Art in Focus series – so grab your map, grab a friend, and get ready to start your holiday adventure!
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Oliver Jeffers, a Brooklyn-based artist, has been chosen as the commissioned artist for Rockefeller Center’s 2020 holiday public art installation. Jeffers’ large-scale printed vinyl murals will be featured in both indoor and outdoor public areas of the Rockefeller Center campus. Both employees and visitors to Rockefeller Center will receive a free holiday map featuring Jeffers’ beloved illustrations.
This is the most recent installment of the Art in Focus public art initiative, which is delivered in collaboration with the non-profit Art Production Fund. Starting on Wednesday, November 25, the public mural installation and free holiday map will be on display.
Fans of Jeffers will also have the opportunity to participate in an Instagram Live drawing and reading event on Rockefeller Center’s Instagram channel (@rockefellercenter) on Thursday, December 3. Jeffers will talk about how he creates his illustrations and read from one of his best-selling children’s books.
Jeffers has created a series of drawings depicting various festive winter scenes, taking inspiration from the famous holiday season at Rockefeller Center. Over the years, Jeffers has found inspiration in maps and globes, and has explored their visual language in several episodes.
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The Rockefeller State Park Preserve provides peaceful country walks of varying lengths through forested hills and valleys that surround sunlit pastoral fields. The former Pocantico Hills and Rockwood Hall country estates of John D. Rockefeller and William Rockefeller are located 30 miles north of New York City. Since 1983, the Rockefeller Family has generously donated over 1771 acres to the State of New York in order to protect these lands for future generations. The Preserve is open to the public year-round, from sunrise to sunset, and is operated by the New York State Office of Parks, Tourism, and Historic Preservation.
The Preserve’s trails are crushed stone carriage roads established in the first half of the twentieth century by John D. Rockefeller Sr. and Jr. The 45 miles of scenic carriage roads were designed to blend in with the surrounding environment and are wide and easy to walk. Combinations of trails lead through varied landscapes and past natural and historical features, such as Swan Lake, the Pocantico River with its wood and stone bridges, gurgling streams, colonial stone walls, and rock outcroppings, and are common for walking, biking, jogging, and carriage driving. Carriage road trail maps are available at the Preserve Office.