Highlights of the arts and culture news: “Museum of Stones,” the 30th Anniversary of The Noguchi Museum; “South of Gold Mountain” at New York Live Arts; “Lucinda Luvaas” at Walter Wickiser Gallery; and a preview of The Metropolitan Opera’s latest “Live in HD” series.
The sixth edition of the White Light Festival will take place at Lincoln Center between October 14th and November 22nd. Among the highlights: the U.S. premiere of “Partita 2,” choreographed and danced by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; the acclaimed Irish group The Gloaming; and the U.S. premieres of “Inked” and “Murmur,” danced by Aakash Odedra.
At New-York Historical Society, Paula Zahn speaks with Louise Kerz Hirschfeld about the exhibition “The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld,” on view through October 12, 2015. Christina Ha presents the arts news from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. And a behind-the-scenes look at Opera Colorado’s rehearsals for a new production inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Scarlet Letter.”
At New-York Historical Society, Paula Zahn speaks with Louise Kerz Hirschfeld about the art and life of Al Hirschfeld. The exhibition “The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld,” which celebrates the renowned artist with a once in a lifetime collection of some of his most memorable works, is on view through October 12, 2015.