The Buddha said that everything is illusion. What did he mean by that? This sixth edition of Brainwave will enlist the aid of neuroscientists to help us understand how the perception of our world is shaped by the surprising adaptability of our brains.
Haiti Cultural Exchange | Haiti Film Fest 2013; May 9-12, will include the opening night celebration, an emerging filmmakers event and two full days of free films from contemporary Haitian filmmakers, films about Haiti’s Diaspora, as well as films from the beginning of Haiti’s presence on-screen. Ranging from seasoned directors ...
Working in tandem with Jeff L. Rosenheim, curator of Photographs at the Museum, Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) presents a newly created piece for string ensemble with live-mixed electronic music and video using images from the exhibition Photography and the American Civil War.
Join design critic Akiko Busch in conversation with authors Rita João, Pedro Ferreira, and Frederico Duarte, as well as designer and food blogger behind FeastingNeverStops Naz Sahin, on the intersections between confectionery, culture, and design.
NYIHA Film Fest 2013 brings a unique set of films from Puerto Rico, Haiti, Brazil and South Africa to New York. The festival brings films into the public eye that impart knowledge of migrations, diasporas, and interactions of cultural groups.