"Fore" presents 29 emerging artists of African descent who live and work across the United States. Born between 1971 and 1987, the artists in "Fore" work in diverse media, often blending artistic practices in new and innovative ways.
Global Shoes is a 1,200-square-foot exhibition that incorporates collections objects and a variety of hands-on, feet-in, multimedia activities that let children and their families explore aspects of global cultures within the context of a fantasy shoe store and factory.
When an upwardly mobile African-American couple wants to buy a home in an all-white neighborhood of 1950's Boston, they pay a struggling Irish family to "ghost-buy" a house on their behalf. Fifty years later, the Irish family wants "their" house back. Moving across two eras, Luck of the Irish explores ...
Scaramouche presents the first U.S. exhibition of artist Alessandro Brighetti. "Narchitecture" casts the individual parts of the human body as unique living entities. Brighetti's approach to his ferrofluid sculptures opens a new door to the understanding of anatomical and physiological readings of the body as a complex and dynamic system.
The poet Emma Lazarus, the author of the lines "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free . . . ," gave a compassionate voice to the Statue of Liberty, and the promising message of new beginnings for generations of newcomers to America.
Jazz Performance by Renee Rosnes -piano. Renee Rosnes- piano. Steve Nelson-vibes. Peter Washington-bass. Lewis Nash-drums./ Steve Nelson-vibes.Sets begin at 9:00pm and 11:00pm nightly. Doors open at 8:00pm
Some of the best and most popular films presented during the 20th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival will enjoy another screening during the Best of ADIFF film series to be held at Teachers College, Columbia University from January 18 to January 20, 2013.
Presented by La MaMa ETC and The Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation Center in cooperation with the New York City Jewish Museum. The Contemporary Israeli Dance Week celebrates and shares unique qualities of contemporary Israeli dance.
Join the Museum of Jewish Heritage for an evening of music and songs created in the underground cabarets of Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe. These Yiddish tunes are rooted in popular music of the time, including Jewish folk music, American ragtime, and Argentine tango.
Drat those Elizabethan court politics. When Rosalind’s uncle banishes her from the palace, she, her cousin Celia and the court jester, Touchstone, flee to the Forest of Arden, where they soon find themselves amusingly entangled in a rather beguiling game of love, deceit, desire and mistaken identity. Join us as ...