Julie Buffalohead (Ponca) uses the iconography of childhood to explore deeper themes of storytelling, motherhood and identity in this exhibition of her recent paintings. Soft and cuddly toy animals come to life in her work, but this sweet surface disguises the less pretty realities of parenting, such as pain and ...
Fancy Nancy and her friends, Bree, Rhonda, Wanda, and Lionel are going to be performing in their very first show, "Deep Sea Dances." Nancy is positive, that's fancy for 100 percent sure, that she and Bree will be picked to be mermaids. When another girl wins the coveted role of ...
An exhibition of four site-specific sculptures created by Brooklyn artist Marela Zacarias, inspired by the Williamsburg Murals on long-term loan to the Brooklyn Museum for more than 20 years, will be on view.
Featuring the work of visual artists such as David Hammons, Zoe Leonard and Jean-Michel Basquiat alongside the music of jazz, blues and hip-hop legends, the exhibition considers how the blues might help us understand themes of place, performance and identity in recent art.
Marcel Proust's "In Search of Lost Time" is one of the most influential and ambitious literary works of all time. The Morgan celebrates the 1913 publication of the first of its seven volumes, "Swann's Way," with a fascinating selection of the author's notebooks, preliminary drafts, galley-proofs, and other documents.
This New York sensation is returning with an all-new, fresh view of the highs and lows of recent seasons and features outrageous costumes, hilarious rewrites of the songs you know, and dead-on impressions by an stellar cast!
For Mark Siegel's latest novel, "Sailor Twain, or the Mermaid in the Hudson," he uncovered evocative images, printed ephemera, and other historical documents to inform a narrative that is both visual and textual. This exhibition illuminates the sources that inspired Sailor Twain.