The Fordham College at Lincoln Center community participated in Park(ing) Day NYC on Sept. 17. Park(ing) Day is an international event in which parking spots are reclaimed and turned into people-friendly spaces for one day.
Fordham students from the theater, architecture and urban studies departments collaborated to design a public park and outdoor theater in two parking spaces on the corner of Columbus Avenue and W 60th Street.
The set, made of cardboard, was built by Colin Cathcart’s Architecture class. Students from Matthew Maguire’s acting class performed a bit of Shakespeare in the park(ing) space.