Imagination Playground & the Uni Project

Join us for a fun-filled weekend with these family friendly events! At Imagination Playground, channel Louis Kahn by building whatever you imagine with oversized, architectural blocks on the lawn. At the Uni Project, our pop-up reading room, come sit, read, draw, and explore a curated collection of books and hands-on materials.

Free; no registration required.

Imagination Playground and the Uni Project will visit the Park on:
Saturday & Sunday, May 21 & 22, June 18 & 19, July 16 & 17, August 20 & 21,
October 15 & 16
12pm-4pm

About Imagination Playground 

Imagination Playground is an innovative playground equipment system that transforms any space — schools, children's museums, parks and recreation, daycare centers, camps, hospitals, churches — into a play space that encourages learning, social development, movement, and above all fun. 

Imagination Playground was conceived and designed by award-winning architect David Rockwell, who was inspired by watching his own children play. The work of his firm, Rockwell Group, has been internationally recognized for its broad array of projects, from restaurants to stage sets, hotels to historic restorations, art programming to interactive design. 

About the Uni Project 

The Uni Project is a nonprofit that brings learning opportunities to public space in New York City. Using custom-designed installations, the Uni Project pop ups in parks, plazas, and other public spaces to offer reading, drawing, and hands-on activities that let New Yorkers embrace the act of learning. The Uni Project partners with community organizations and city agencies, and we prioritize underserved locations. 

Read more about the Uni Project in our Q&A with Leslie Davol, co-founder of the Uni Project on our blog. 

Imagination Playground is made possible by Amalgamated Bank, the bank of Roosevelt Island.

 

The Uni Project is generously supported by NYC Council Members Ben Kallos & Mark Levine.