In June 2011, some student sculptors were given the chance to unveil their art in front of the entire city. The program Model To Monument allowed them to create a piece of public art from start to finish and to display it in Riverside Park, a popular 266-acre park – designed among others by Frederick Law Olmsted - that stretches along five miles of the Hudson.
This piece of art is a life-size bronze of a girl and her dog looking out on the River. The picture was taken with Instagram.
Sculptures will be displayed until June 2012.