When a father’s love of music clashes with his daughter’s passion for basketball, modernist composer Charles Ives is the perfect referee. Charles Ives Take Me Home is a comedic and poignant story of dissonance, defense, and devotion.
Featuring vintage works, architectural drawings, personal ephemera and never before seen objects and textiles, "A Car and Some Shorts" celebrates the life and work of Swedish-American architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman.
A ravishing fantasy set amid verdant forests and majestic temples, Sir Frederick Ashton's mythological love story unites the huntress Sylvia and a lovelorn shepard with the divine intervention of the deity Eros.
New York City. 1920. A legless beggar pleads with the oncoming foot-traffic for spare change. Barely a nickel comes his way. But what these pedestrians don’t know is—this deformed derelict at their heels is none other than Blizzard, kingpin to the seedy underbelly of the Lower East Side.
"A Life in Vibrant Color" surveys the vast sweep of Loïs Mailou Jones’s seventy-five years as a painter stretching from late Post-Impressionism to a contemporary mixture of African, Caribbean, American and African-American iconography, design and thematic elements.
Learn why the Woolworth Building in Lower Manhattan was described as “The Cathedral of Commerce.” Architect Yves Roger leads another wonderful hands-on workshop, where, inspired by images, vintage film and models of actual skyscrapers of the past and present, kids make their own soaring structures.
Architect Yves Roger leads another wonderful hands-on workshop, where, inspired by images, vintage film and models of actual skyscrapers of the past and present, kids make their own soaring structures.
Employing The Brick’s new surround sound system, New York’s most talented sound designers are invited to create theatrical experiences that foreground their art and re- establish the theater as a new type of auditorium for the 21st century stage.
James Cavello curates an exhibition of figurative paintings and drawings by James Juthstrom (1925-2007). The drawings and paintings on view reflect Juthstrom’s intensive exploration into his private inner life as an artist.