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Rainy Day Play

Thu, Oct 27, 2022    6pm

Rainy Day Play is a comedic, site-specific public art project developed by young Artists in Residency at FloodNet.


Reception at The Forum at Columbia University (601 W 125th St.)

Live performance of Rainy Day Play at the West Harlem Piers (125th Street and the Henry Hudson Parkway, right by The Baylander)

This interactive play is about sea level rise, climate change, and the communities we create in flood disasters. It features a “series of vignettes that range from absurd to musical to serious, from stories of Hurricane Katrina to trivia about how to contact your representatives in case of flood to musings from the imagined goddesses of rain.”

Free and open to the public. Visit this form to RSVP.

The play and reception is taking place as part of Sandy + 10 series of events hosted by the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation; Columbia Climate School, Columbia World Projects, Center for Sustainable Urban Development, Environmental Justice and Climate Just Cities Network, and Resilient Cities Catalyst.