Rock the House – A Grown Up Benefit Party for the OSH Gardens
“Mother Nature/Human Nurture” Art Exhibition
Stitchcraft Embroidery Circle
Life Drawing @ OSH
Mozart for Munchkins
Open Calls for Artists
Submit your artwork for exhibition at OSH! We have 3 open calls for upcoming shows, click the links below for more information and applications:
Open Call for LGBTQIA+ Artists, Deadline: April 30, 2023
Open Call for BIPOC Artists, Deadline: May 15, 2023
Open Call for All Artists, Deadline: May 15, 2023
Tools for School Gardeners!
OSH has partnered with Garden Train to create a Tool Lending Library. Click here to see the list of tools that are available, and to fill out a request form.
Watch Recordings of our Virtual Events
Explore July 5th with Tonya Hopkins, The Food Griot
Juneteenth at OSH with Tonya Hopkins, The Food Griot
“Land Markings” Exhibition Closing Conversation
“Leaning Into Death” A Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event
“Sun Seekers” Virtual Exhibition Tour + Meditation Workshop
“Oh Wait! You’re Fascism!” Film Screening & Discussion with Amy & Jennifer Khoshbin
Craft Your Artists Statement with Suzy Kopf
Common Frequencies: “Tsinamekuta” Screening & Discussion with BioBAT Art Space
Common Frequencies: “BioSoNot” Listening Session with BioBAT Art Space
Rock The House
Rock the House is our biggest party of the year, join us on June 1 for an exclusive grown ups only night in the playground.
Tickets include dinner and drinks from local merchants plus a full evening of live music and dancing, all funds raised support our work in the gardens.
This year we are honoring Andrea Parker, Executive Director of the Gowanus Canal Conservancy, for her amazing work in our community.
Visiting the Old Stone House
The Old Stone House is open for walk-in visitation Friday – Sunday from Noon – 4 pm. The permanent exhibit on the first floor and the public restrooms are fully accessible. The second floor Great Room is only accessible by short flights of stairs with two landings. If you are attending an event and have questions about accommodation, please call 718-768-3195, or email email@example.com.
While inside The House, masks are recommended but not required. OSH will provide masks if you do not have your own.
School Educators looking to book field trips can see more information on our Education page. Call OSH to discuss your groups needs if necessary.
Please call us at 718-768-3195 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We appreciate our community so much, and hope you find joy in the gardens and the park. Kindest regards from all of us at OSH.
Your Rights as a Citizen
Civic engagement is an essential part of our democracy.
Everyone has basic rights under the U.S. Constitution and civil rights laws. Learn more about what your rights are, how to exercise them, and what to do when your rights are violated from the American Civil Liberties Union
Protesting or reporting a hate crime? Visit AAPI Emergency Response Network and Black Lives Matter for resources. Amnesty USA can help you be prepared. Download the free NY Civil Liberties Union Stop and Frisk Watch app. Learn more about the Directory of Community Bail Funds.
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Help Us Grow
Help keep OSH gardens growing, OSH community programs going and the recreational facilities at Washington Park shipshape.