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  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: August 10, 2017

    A selection of NYC-ARTS favorite segments that represent the richness of our arts community, including a tour of “Kykuit: The Rockefeller Estate,” one of the great estates of the historic Hudson Valley; a conversation with the artist Will Barnet; and a visit to the Brooklyn Museum.

  • NYC-ARTS Choice: MOFAD

    Executive Director Peter Kim gives NYC-ARTS a tour of the Museum of Food and Drink in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This unique destination invites visitors to eat, drink and think about food. The museum’s design studio and gallery space is called MOFAD Lab. It explores the science of taste and smell as part of “food history.”

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: August 3, 2017

    A selection of NYC-ARTS favorite segments that represent the richness of our arts community, including a visit to the Museum of Food and Drink located in Brooklyn, a profile of Martha Graham Dance Company, and a conversation with Ambassador William J. vanden Heuvel — the founder of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park — about FDR’s legacy and his indelible mark in history.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “Mostly Mozart Festival”

    The 51st edition of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, one of New York’s premier summer performance series, is running through August 20th. This year’s festival features appearances by world-renowned musicians, exciting new voices, memorable performances by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, and innovative theatrical presentations.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: July 27, 2017

    Philippe de Montebello in conversation with Moshe Safdie, an architect, urban planner, educator, and author who has embraced a comprehensive and humane design philosophy for over 50 years. And a look at two works by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America’s finest sculptors: “Victory,” the guiding force leading the Civil War hero William Tecumseh Sherman, and a portrait of Abraham Lincoln.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: “The Taming of the Shrew”

    On July 26th The Bolshoi Ballet will dance the U.S. premiere of “The Taming of the Shrew” by French choreographer and Director of Ballets de Monte-Carlo Jean-Christophe Maillot. The full-evening ballet in two acts is based on the Shakespearean comedy and set to musical selections from film scores composed by Shostakovich.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: Jeffrey Gibson

    A profile of artist Jeffrey Gibson, whose beadwork, ceramics, sculptures and paintings are inspired by his complex cultural heritage as well as by minimalism and abstraction.

  • New York Botanical Garden | NYC-ARTS News: July 20-27

    Arts news highlights: “500 Years of Treasures from Oxford”” at the Center for Jewish History, Yeshiva University Museum; “”Irving Penn: Centennial”” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art; “”This Ever New Self: Thoreau & His Journal”” at The Morgan Library & Museum; Victory Dance at New Victory Theater.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: July 20, 2017

    A profile of artist Jeffrey Gibson, whose beadwork, ceramics, sculptures and paintings are inspired by his complex cultural heritage as well as by minimalism and abstraction. And a visit to the American Museum of Natural History for a look at the exhibition “Cuba.”

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: Compagnie XY

    Daredevil feats without safety nets combine with poetic sensibility in a “heart-stopping” new piece from renowned French circus collective Compagnie XY. In this show, titled “Il N’est Pas Encore Minuit,” the acrobats reflect on the ways in which humanity deals with instability and imbalance.