NYC-ARTS Full Episode: April 17, 2014

New-York Historical Society “Audubon’s Aviary: Part I of the Complete Flock” exhibition is the subject of this week’s curator’s choice. From Christie’s, the art auction house, a look at porcelain flower holders from the 18th century. Christina Ha presents the latest arts and culture news from the Studio Museum in Harlem. A second curator’s choice tours the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion.

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Fun and Outdoorsy Spring Break Activities for Kids

NYC public school students have a week off from Monday, April 14 through Friday, April 18, and NYC-ARTS has a full list of family-friendly things to do.

Earth Day: Celebrate Green Living

Enjoy a patch of Earth at one of New York's parks or nature centers, or even dig into it on volunteer days at places like Queens Botanical Garden or Conference House Park in Staten Island. Activities take place all over the city, throughout the month of April.

Photography in New York: Photo Exhibitions from Archival to Contemporary

Photography exhibitions allow us to travel---both geographically and through time---and give us permission to curiously gaze at others without shame. Take advantage of fascinating glimpses of life through trained eyes at the following galleries, museums and libraries.

NYC-ARTS Top Five: April 14 – 20

The NYC-ARTS Top Five is your cheat sheet to what's hot before it hits the radar. Here are our Top Five picks for the week.

NYCkidsARTS This Week: April 15 – 19

NYCkidsARTS This Week is the most reliable resource for New York parents who share a love of the arts with their kids. Subscribe to this weekly selection of kids picks to get it in your inbox every Tuesday morning.

Free Museum Days or Pay What You Wish

Many of the city’s attractions offer free entry or pay-what-you-wish options, be it for a select day of the month or evening hours every week. Use the no-cost or low-cost admittance to take a chance on the unknown or return to a favorite art work, exhibit or gallery again and ...

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