Jane’s Walk NYC on Urban Archive

Janes Walk

Led By MASNYC, Urban Archive, and a Variety of Cultural Organizations Across NYC!

Join MAS and Urban Archive, a technology nonprofit that promotes historical research and discovery, for a series of virtual Jane’s Walks! This year, we’re teaming up with cultural organizations across the city to reimagine the festival online. Click “Access Now” and take a walk with us to celebrate the spirit of New York without physically gathering. From Alphabet City Activism: A Look at 9th Street by the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space to Carnegie Libraries of Queens by Queens Library, there’s a range of stories and histories to explore.

Accessibility
Jane's Walk on Urban Archive can be accessed from any browser on a mobile, desktop, laptop, or tablet device. While some of the stories/walks can be experienced in person, none of them require readers to physically move with them to appreciate their histories.

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Details
Borough: Multi-borough
Theme: Advocacy, Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Language: English

Participating organizations include:
American Scottish Foundation
Bronx Community College
Bronx River Alliance
Center for Architecture
Center for Brooklyn History
Historic Districts Council
Greater Astoria Historical Society
Governors Island
Friends of Morningside Park
Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts
Landmark East Harlem
Municipal Art Society of New York
Museum of Chinese in America
Museum of the City of New York
Museum at Eldridge Street
Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space
North Brooklyn Neighbors
NYC Dept of Housing Preservation and Development
NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project
NYC Public Design Commission
New York City Department of Sanitation
New-York Historical Society
New York Preservation Archive Project
New York Public Library
New York Transit Museum
Open House New York
Prospect Park Alliance
Save Chelsea
Think! Chinatown
Urban Archive
Village Preservation
Queens Modern
Queens Public Library