No Longer Empty is partnering with OurGoods, TradeSchool and the Museum of Arts and Design to present a lecture series that brings together cultural producers and economic anthropologists to discuss systems of exchange.
Flux Factory and No Longer Empty present the last edition of Flux Death Match, a feisty debate series in which opinionated experts lay down their thoughts, and put their feet in their mouths over hot button issues. Tonight, Steve Lambert, Alexis Clements, and Deborah Fisher, debate the art worlds' most ...
Jordi Savall returns to The Met for a performance of “Ludi Musici, An Exploration of the Creation of the Modern Orchestra,” with music by Johann Hermann Schein, William Brade, Samuel Scheidt, and Johann Rosenmuller.
For the past two years Seigenfeld-Velazquez has been drawing portraits of people both real and imagined on Post It notes. She posted many of these small drawings on subways, buses and city streets as a way to put her work into the hands of the general public.
Martha Swope, who started out as a dance student with a Brownie camera, developed into the premier photographic documenter of performance in New York. The free exhibition focuses on Swope's photographs of the rehearsal process, highlighting her understanding of movement while illuminating how dance and theater are created.
Writer/director Tina Satter draws on Chekhov’s letters, translations and perverse sense of comedy to consider anew the darkness, beauty and history of Chekhov’s iconic play "The Seagull" and its resonances with her Half Straddle ensemble.
"The Daedalus Effect and other dilemmas" is a piece about work. As the creator and performer, Vidich assumes both the mythical persona of Daedalus, the taciturn engineer who invented the labyrinth, and Icarus, his ill-fated son, as metaphors for perils of the production process.
PLATFORM 2012: Judson Now, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of Judson Dance Theater, returns for three very special nights with Judson Dance Theater pioneer Yvonne Rainer’s rescheduled performances.
Engaging with the "URBAN FABRIC" exhibition, kids and their families will learn about the Garment District factories that once produced the largest volume of women's wear in the country. Activities will explore factory designs, original functions, production methods, and current uses.