GrowNYC's rainwater harvesting systems have been featured at Parsons The New School For Design, MOMA's PS1 and the Museum for the City of New York.
The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons The New School For Design is currently hosting Living Concrete/Carrot City, an exhibition that explores the role of design and grassroots activism in the development of urban agriculture, and its effect on neighborhoods, health and the environment in cities such as New York.
GrowNYC's improved Rainwater Harvesting exhibit is on display along with a booklet of photos, text and sketches of 20 Rainwater Harvesting Systems installed in GreenThumb community gardens in 2009 and 2010. The exhibit runs from October 1 to December 15, 2010.
P.S.1's summer 2008 exhibition, P.F.1 (Public Farm One) was a multi-level working farm installed in P.S.1's large entrance courtyard. GrowNYC's Lenny Librizzi and Lars Chellberg worked with WORK Architecture Company, the exhibit's designers, to install a rainwater harvesting system that diverted water from a neighboring roof into a 1000-gallon tank that fed the farm's drip irrigation system.
The Museum of the City of New York's spring 2009 exhibition, Growing and Greening New York, featured several contributions from GrowNYC staff, including a model rainwater harvesting system that included a 50-gallon collection barrel, connecting pipes, and a spigot for easy reuse.
The Growing and Greening New York exhibit took visitors through an average New York City day, highlighting both the environmental impact of everyday activities, and alternatives that can make those activities less harmful and more sustainable.
Also featured in the exhibit, as part of a display about regional agriculture and local farmers markets, is a map showing the schedule of all 46 Greenmarkets throughout the city. The map is available as a PDF here.