Award-winning author/illustrator Stephen Savage ("Little Tug") talks about being an illustrator and reads his latest book about a lovable and hard-working New York harbor tug boat. An art-making workshop will follow!
Daughter of showbiz royalty Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, Lucie Arnaz performs a concert featuring new arrangements of favorite standards by Gershwin, Ellington and Porter, as well as Latin tunes made famous by her father and showstoppers from her Broadway career.
Jens Hoffmann, the Museum’s Deputy Director for Exhibitions and Public Programs, presents an in-depth look at the exhibition and discusses how Jack Goldstein emerged as one of the most significant artists of the Pictures Generation. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition, "Jack Goldstein × 10,000."
The exhibit Meet Miss Subways: New York’s Beauty Queens 1941 – 1976 juxtaposes subway advertisements featuring 40 years of beauty contest winners with contemporary portraits and stories from the former contestants. Join the exhibit photographer Fiona Gardner on an intimate gallery tour, as she looks beyond the pretty faces and ...
If you thought Puccini was just an opera composer, think again. Come and hear the Oratorio Society of Queens perform the brilliant mass for chorus and orchestra, "Messa di Gloria," that Puccini wrote as a young man - on the verge of greatness!