• Queens Museum | NYC-ARTS News: January 18-25

    Arts news highlights: “Never Built New York” at Queens Museum; “Art in the Open: Fifty Years of Public Art in New York” at Museum of the City of New York; The Royal Court Theatre’s production of “The Children,” at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre; “Once On This Island” at Circle in the Square Theatre; Camille A. Brown’s “ink” at Peak Performances.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: UrbanGlass

    A profile of UrbanGlass in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, which has been devoted to supporting glassmaking as a creative medium for 40 years.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: American Songbook

    The 19th season of Lincoln Center’s acclaimed American Songbook series opens this month and continues through March. The lineup will present the voices and stories of singers and songwriters across a range of genres, starting with a concert by Grammy Award winner John Paul White, who will be performing his lyric-driven Southern gothic folk in the Appel Room on January 24.

  • NYC-Arts Full Episode: January 18

    A visit to the Neue Galerie on Museum Mile for a look at the exhibition “Wiener Werkstätte, 1903-1932: The Luxury of Beauty.” And a profile of UrbanGlass in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, which has been devoted to supporting glassmaking as a creative medium for 40 years.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: Budapest Festival Orchestra

    The renowned Budapest Festival Orchestra, under the baton of Iván Fischer, will be performing on January 14th as part of Lincoln Center’s “Great Performers Series.” The program begins at 1:45 pm, with a pre-concert lecture in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, and continues at 3:00 PM, at David Geffen Hall, with a concert of works by Bach, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff.

  • NYC-Arts Full Episode: January 11, 2018

    A conversation with Carmen Bambach, curator of the exhibition “Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer,” on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art through February 12, 2018. And a visit to the Brooklyn studio of a modern violin-maker to discover the unique skills involved in creating an outstanding musical instrument.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: Jan 4, 2018

    A profile of José Parlá, a Cuban-American artist who finds inspiration in the architecture and history of cities that he visits around the world. A visit to MOFAD, the Museum of Food and Drink in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. And a look at Jane’s Carousel, a tribute to the golden age of American carousel-making.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “Emotion Pictures”

    Through January 7, 2018, The Film Society of Lincoln Center presents “Emotion Pictures: International Melodrama,” a historical survey of the genre that puts emotion on screen in its purest form. This expansive 62-film series includes works ranging from silent films to its subversive latter-day incarnations. The lineup also places a significant focus on melodrama’s international reach.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: Dec 21, 2017

    A visit to The Morgan Library & Museum for an appreciation of the Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol.” And a look at the “Origami Tree,” an annual holiday tradition at the American Museum of Natural History.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “Brandenburg Concertos”

    The Chamber Music Society’s performances of Bach’s “Brandenburg Concertos” will take place from December 15th through the 19th. Each season’s performances present a new cast of players and a change in the order of concertos. This year’s list of outstanding musicians includes violinist Kristin Lee, cellist Nicholas Canellakis, double bassist Joseph Conyers, and bassoonist Peter Kolkay.