High Line Art presents Nigeria-based artist El Anatsui's "Broken Bridge II," the largest outdoor installation ever by the artist. A monumental sculpture made of pressed tin and mirrors, the work will hang on an outdoor wall next to the High Line, between West 21st and West 22nd Streets.
brooklynFri, Aug 16, 2013, 7:00 pm - Wed, Aug 21, 2013, 9:00 pm
Running for only five days, NIGHT will feature opening and closing performances as well as providing access for art lovers to stunning works by up-and-coming artists.Celebrating the release of “Night, the Different Painting”, featuring nineteen songs by Jonah Michea Judy:
"NIGHT" is a multimedia art show of music, dance, painting, philosophy, and sculpture. Featuring new choreography by New York Dance Competition Gold Medalist Shoko Tamai, alongside new musical works played by an ensemble of world-class musicians.
Power of the Earth represents that people take the power of earth without being noticed, and we live adopting the power from earth. Yoku Takeuchi makes artworks that include roots, leaves, and ﬂowers in photography, based on her experience as a ﬂower designer.
Two puppetry artists from the New Victory Teaching Artists ensemble are heading to the CMOM to transform the museum gallery into a "Shadow Playground." As museum visitors, kids and families will be able to get in on the act as they participate in this interactive exhibit and learn how to ...
ManhattanFri, Aug 16, 2013, 4:15 pm - Thu, Aug 22, 2013, 6:45 pm
A dramedy exploring the issues of health care in the U.S., anti-Muslim bias, the changing status of queer unions, and what it means to forgive. Eli Taylor directs a cast of four in this play by Charles Gershman.
The Queens Arts Fund (QAF) offers grants to Queens-based individual artists and non-profit organizations offering distinctive arts and cultural programming that directly serves the citizens of Queens. 2014 Queens Arts Fund applications are due Thursday, October 10, 2013. All new applicants, applicants who have not applied to QAF within the last two ...
"Oh Harlem," presented by trombonist Craig Harris and Jazzmobile, is made up of reflections on poet an activist Sekou Sundiata and the community that shaped him. This tribute to the late Harlem-based poet is a special program by The POEMobile.
Actor and priest-in-training Carlo has been imprisoned after being tricked into playing a role in the infamous trial of a dead pope. With the help of the Patron Saint of Actors and Clowns---and a trunk full of miraculous props---he must perform his story, regain his faith, and find a happy ...