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.
“ALL GOOD ART IS POLITICAL: Käthe Kollwitz and Sue Coe” at Galerie Etienne, extended through 3/10.
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.
A profile of UrbanGlass in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, which has been devoted to supporting glassmaking as a creative medium for 40 years.
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.