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Starting a conversation about play

Leslie is participating in a year-long working group focused on “learning through play” with practitioners and researchers convened by the Lego Foundation. At a recent meeting, the group discussed creating a large mural in Philadelphia (inspired by artist Candy Chang) to spark conversations about play. Here at the Uni Project, we like to put good […]

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The Uni reading room at 2017 Weekend Walks

The Uni Project and NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) have teamed up so that thousands of New Yorkers can enjoy Uni reading rooms that pop up at “Weekend Walks” across New York City. The initiative is supported by funding from the Charles H. Revson Foundation, and we are on pace to offer 60+ pop-up reading rooms […]

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Keeping up with the Uni

The Uni is working flat out—visiting up to three NYC neighborhoods a day, and we love it. If you want to tag along, here are some ways to follow the Uni, at your preferred periodicity. Quarterly Try our quarterly email newsletter. Quarterly means only four emails a year, folks. The newsletter is mobile friendly and […]

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Please support the Uni in NYC Parks

New Yorkers don’t just like parks, or even love them. We are parks. Without shared, green spaces, we could not continue this grand experiment in urban density. (Or live next door to the guy with such horrible taste in music.) Parks make New York and New Yorkers possible. Since 2015, the Uni Project has partnered […]

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The Uni is fighting climate change

The Uni Project recently completed our 500th deployment in public space in New York City. (We’re celebrating with a group whale watch trip for all staff!) So, I wouldn’t call us a big nonprofit, but we aren’t exactly small anymore. As we grow, Leslie and I feel strongly that our operation should lift up New Yorkers […]

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Uni returns to Red Hook!

Five years ago, the Uni Project brought our original Uni reading room—a six foot tower of books—to Red Hook as part of Sandy relief. This weekend, Leslie returned with an offspring of the tower, one of our reading room carts that now circulate the city. The specific cart that hit Red Hook operates in partnership […]

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