• NYC-ARTS Choice: “Steve McCurry: India”

    A conversation with photographer Steve McCurry, whose exhibition “Steve McCurry: India” is on view at the Rubin Museum of Art through April 4, 2016. The Rubin partnered with the International Center of Photography to present this first museum exhibition to focus solely on McCurry’s work in India. The images provide a vivid look into life in the subcontinent over the past three decades.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: Broadway Dance Lab

    NYC-ARTS takes a look behind the scenes at Broadway Dance Lab: a place where dance makers can test new ideas and work in different styles. It is a dance “think-tank” that offers choreographers a place to work and a company of professional dancers, without charge and without the pressure to deliver a commissioned performance. It was founded by Broadway choreographer Josh Prince.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “Monty Alexander & Friends”

    On February 12th and 13th, Jazz at Lincoln Center presents “Monty Alexander & Friends: Frank Sinatra at 100 with Kurt Elling.” The show will take place in Rose Theater and will feature GRAMMY® Award-nominated pianist Monty Alexander and GRAMMY® Award-winning singer Kurt Elling, who will perform love songs from the Frank Sinatra songbook.

  • NYC-ARTS FULL EPISODE: February 11, 2016

    A conversation with photographer Steve McCurry, whose exhibition “Steve McCurry: India” is on view at the Rubin Museum of Art through April 4, 2016. Followed by a look behind the scenes at the Broadway Dance Lab, a think tank for choreographers.

  • Dapline! | A Theatrical Premiere

    Dapline! is a choreographic collaboration between LaMont Hamilton and André M. Zachery stemming from Hamilton’s project, Five on the Black Hand Side. Both projects are long form meditations on the ritual handshake, “the DAP”, a conduit for black identity and solidarity or easily interpreted as an acronym for dignity and pride. The has historic symbolic […]

  • Top 7 Events to Celebrate Black History Month

    During the month of February, provocative talks, exhibits and exciting performances going on throughout the city take a look at black leaders, activists, artists and authors who have made their mark in American history.

  • Louis Draper

    Steven Kasher Gallery is presenting the first ever New York solo exhibition of founding Kamoinge member Louis Draper. The retrospective features over 75 vintage black and white prints spanning Draper’s career from the 1950s – 1980s. Kamoinge Workshop, the seminal and enduring black photography collective, is finally having its moment in the spotlight. The new […]

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  • Sense and Sensibility

    Bedlam’s (Eric Tucker, Artistic Director; Andrus Nichols, Producing Director) sold-out, critically acclaimed production of Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility, adapted for the stage by Kate Hamill, returns to New York — opening Thursday, February 4, 2016, at 7pm, and playing through Sunday, April 10, 2016. Directed by Eric Tucker and starring Laura Baranik, Jessica Frey, […]