From the Pride Parade and Dyke March, to the Pier Dance and more, New York City's LGBT celebrations are as diverse as the city itself. In addition to Pride festivities, arts venues are showing their love and support with shows and exhibitions all month long.
A profile on Dance Theatre of Harlem and a curator’s tour of “Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design” at the Museum of Arts and Design. Christina Ha reports the latest arts news on location at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.
During Anderson's River To River performances, hear improvisations with her favorite musicians, excerpts from her opera "United States 1-4," and work read by playwright Young Jean Lee and a short story by Harry Mathews, read by Steve Buscemi. Anderson also curates other festival events.
More than any other day of the year in New York City, the streets and parks will be full of music on Friday, June 21. Make Music New York and cultural groups celebrate the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, with hundreds of free concerts in public spaces ...
For DJ Spooky's final concert in his year-long artistic residency at The Met, he will host a collaborative listening party in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Petrie Court Café. Audiences can use his official app to help mix the music. NYC-ARTS readers get reduced-price admission!
While New York is a great place to get cultured in any season, the summertime heat brings art to a rolling boil. Performers, both from around the world and around the block, take to city stages indoors and out. Whether you want to take in a dance spectacular, a concert ...
Ars Nova’s sixth annual celebration of All New Talent (June 3-29) features fresh new work from some of New York’s most exciting emerging artists – from trapeze thrillers to hip-hop basketball musicals.
More than two dozen New York City museums and galleries are taking part in Blue Star Museums, which offers active duty military and their families free admission between Memorial Day and Labor Day in 2013.
From great classics to innovative premieres, American Ballet Theatre’s world-class dancers bring their dramatic artistry and thrilling bravura to take dance to new heights this spring.
El Anatsui was born in Ghana and active for much of his career in Nigeria, but in the past decade he has become an artist of global reach. NYC-ARTS spoke with the artist recently at the Brooklyn Museum, where he is currently enjoying his first solo museum exhibition in NYC.
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