A visit to the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling in Harlem. And a look at “Flow Separation,” a most unusual public art project in New York harbor, commemorating the centennial of World War I.
Lincoln Center presents the 2018 White Light Festival from October 16 through November 18. Highlights include: Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot” from Ireland’s Druid theater company and Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes; “Sutra” by Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui; and “Blak Whyte Gray” from East London’s Boy Blue.
A trip to the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling in Harlem, a building designed by the internationally acclaimed architect David Adjaye. The Museum celebrates the cultural legacy of the neighborhood, giving children access to the arts and working artists, and nurturing the next generation of creative thinkers.
A look at a most unusual public art project in New York harbor: “Flow Separation,” a collaboration between the Public Art Fund and 14-18 Now, a UK-based organization. As part of the commemoration of the centennial of the First World War, they commissioned artist Tauba Auerbach to cover the historic John J. Harvey fireboat in a brightly colored design known as dazzle camouflage.