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Which brings us to New York City Ballet's Art Series: the annual pop-up art installation, now in its sixth year, that's become a Winter Season tradition. As this year's featured artist, Zencirli, a.k.a. Geronimo (the name riffs on paratroopers and her nickname, Jihanimo), has set tens of thousands of balloons, ...
Where to celebrate the Lunar New Year in NYC ... The performance will include m martial arts demonstrations, music, and dancing. ... February 17, the Museum of Chinese in America will celebrate the new year with an afternoon of family-friendly, workshops, performances, arts and crafts, and food tasting.

... will become a permanent fixture in New York City. Yet to be determined is whether the girl and the bull--now considered inseparable--will be relocated to a spot better suited to accommodate the crowds they generate. (Adweek). Incredible Rock Art Discovered in Saudi Arabian Desert - Archeologists ...
For years it was on the back burner: Potential tenants including the old New York City Opera, the Signature Theater Company and the Joyce Theater came and went, and the architect Frank Gehry created a design for it that was then shelved. Rival arts spaces were proposed, including the Shed, at the ...
'BIRDS OF A FEATHER: JOSEPH CORNELL'S HOMAGE TO JUAN GRIS' at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (through April 15). This small, hyper-specialized, stunning exhibition brings together a grand total of only 13 works -- a dozen shadow boxes by Joseph Cornell, the Queens-based assemblage artist ...
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead. 'EVERYTHING IS FALLING APART' at QED Astoria (Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m.). The name of this event divulges its underlying premise, which is that once a month its host, Molly McGaughey, interviews a guest over a ...

New York City wants artists to have more affordable studios--and it says nonprofits might just be the answer. The city has unveiled a new initiative to recruit nonprofit organizations to provide long-term affordable studio spaces for artists on city-owned sites. The new program, called Affordable Real Estate ...
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead. ANNA CATERINA ANTONACCI at Zankel Hall (Feb. 20-21, 7:30 p.m.). Accompanied by Donald Sulzen, the leading soprano gives a rare, double recital at Carnegie, presented by the New York City ...
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead. ... baseball stats; Tuesday and Wednesday will explore the science of arts and music, including puppetry workshops and excerpts from Broadway shows; and Thursday through Feb.
(For much of the 20th century, after all, Washington was a jewel of black arts and letters nearly on par with Harlem.) There's the sturdy, Southern-tinged swing feel; the proud, muscular harmonies beneath the lead lines; the occasional hand-drum rhythms, suggesting a lifelong exposure to go-go music.
BEBE MILLER AND SUSAN RETHORST at New York Live arts (Feb. 21-24 at 7:30 p.m.). The elusive art of making a dance is the central theme of this double-bill program, featuring new works from the veteran dance makers Bebe Miller and Susan Rethorst. "In a Rhythm," by Ms. Miller, takes inspiration ...
Penn State assistant art professor Brian Alfred hopes viewers of his artwork displayed in New York City are able to both enjoy the work and ask questions about the environment. Alfred's work is currently on display in a solo exhibition titled "Future Shock" in the Miles McEnery Gallery. The exhibition ...
The Immigrant arts Coalition, an activism support group comprised of New York City-based cultural organizations, has unveiled an agenda aiming to ... NAAP, National Asian artists Project, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, New York Foundation for the Arts, NYC Mayor's Office on Immigrant Affairs, Pan ...
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows. 'ASIAN GRACEFULLY' at magnet Theater (Feb. 9, 7 p.m.). The comedian Woody Fu stages this one-man show that draws on his personal experiences to explore those that are universal. Mr. Fu takes on topics like immigrant hoarders, Chinglish, what video ...
The Philadelphia-based art-rock band's second album, "Rock Island," is out this Friday, and it's even more inventive, with highlights that suggest a curious hybrid of Beach Boys melodies and Chicago footwork rhythms. Palm will celebrate the LP with a show at this beloved D.I.Y. space in Bushwick, Brooklyn ...
INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ENSEMBLE at Abrons arts Center (Feb. 10, 7:30 p.m.). New York's leading new-music group does a real service with its free OpenICE concerts, all constructed and performed at the highest of high standards. This time around, hear Ellen Reid's "Push/Pull" and Rebecca ...
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers. BLACK GOTHAM EXPERIENCE at the Museum of the city of New York (Feb. 10, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.). African-Americans were part of New York history long before there was a New York -- or even an America as we know it.

Dance in NYC This Week ... This presentation by Triskelion arts, in association with Vangeline Theater and the New York Butoh Institute, features performances by the Japanese dancer Mari Osanai ("Boundary") and the New ... New York City BALLET at the David H. Koch Theater (through March 4).
AI WEIWEI: 'GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS' at Washington Square Park, Doris C. Freedman Plaza and throughout New York City (through Feb. 11). A public disruption by China's most important contemporary artist comprises large steel cages uptown and downtown, chain-link fences behind ...
In honor of both Black History Month and women's History Month, State of the arts NYC will bring the Renaissance Revival Chorus that sang at the Grammys with the artist Kesha, to their Brooklyn studio at WBAI FM Radio for a LIVE performance, February 23rd. The Chorus is a collective of more than 60 ...
The Brooklyn Academy of music, a sprawling arts complex with an adventurous appetite for global dance, music, opera, theater, film and literary programs, has chosen a Broadway producer to be its next artistic director. David Binder, best known for his yearslong, birth-to-Broadway stewardship of "Hedwig ...
NEW YORK (AP) -- A New York City arts center that claims to be the oldest continually operating performing arts center in the country has named a Broadway producer as its new artistic director. David Binder -- who has produced Broadway shows such as the 2004 revival of "A Raisin in the sun" and the ...
Recent credits include co-directing HVMLET, an original adaptation for the She NYC arts Festival, producing Sophie Amieva's Medusa at Happy Lucky No.1, ... WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY is a new theatre company based in New York City with a mission to provoke questions through untold stories.
One year before opening, NYC's new multi-medium arts and concerts venue The Shed will present a free, 12-day multi-discipline event on an ... described as a free city-wide dance activism program for New York City youth under the direction of pioneering director and choreographer Reggie "Regg Roc" ...
Tony Bennett and his wife, Susan Benedetto, hosted the 11th annual Exploring the arts 2018 gala Tuesday night at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in NYC and honored Richard Bressler, president, COO and CFO of iHeartMedia Inc. and TedSarandos, chief content officer of Netflix. Bennett closed the evening with a ...
Geronimo is the first female artist to be selected for the New York City Ballet Art Series, which is in its sixth year this year. Check out the balloon installation in the photo set above and watch Geronimo's NYC Ballet promo video below. Also be sure to see our most recent Best New Art roundup, which features ...
On Tuesday, Sulkowicz confronted the Close paintings still on display in New York City. Wearing underwear, high heels and asterisks covering her nipples, the artist stood in front of artworks by Close housed inside The Met and the 86th Street subway station while her friend, photographer Sangsuk Sylvia ...
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz. Pop. BLACK rebel MOTORCYCLE CLUB at Brooklyn steel (Feb. 2, 9 p.m.). Named for the leather-clad toughs from the 1953 film "The Wild One," this California band started making heavy, heady rock around the turn of the millennium -- its 2001 ...
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera. AXIOM at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater (Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m.). Conductor Jeffrey Milarsky leads Juilliard's contemporary music group in a free performance of "Schnee," a beguiling, wintry work completed in 2008 by Hans Abrahamsen, the Danish composer ...
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows. 'BEAUTIFUL/ANONYMOUS' at the Bell House (Feb. 7, 8 p.m.). The comedian Chris Gethard, of the eponymous truTV live variety talk show and of "Broad City," has a podcast wherein strangers call in anonymously and share stories, spill secrets or debate ...
Dance in NYC This Week ... DANA REITZ at New York Live arts (Feb. ... Mr. Peck, an interim director of New York City Ballet, as well as its resident choreographer and a soloist dancer, will discuss the original choreography of Agnes de Mille and his hope to "both pay homage to what she did originally, and ...
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers. ANNA & ELIZABETH FAMILY CONCERT: AN IMBOLC CELEBRATION at Irish arts Center (Feb. 3, 2-4 p.m.). And what, you may ask, is Imbolc? It's an ancient Celtic festival celebrating the change from winter to spring.
Art and Museums in NYC This Week ... AI WEIWEI: 'GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS' at Washington Square Park, Doris C. Freedman Plaza and throughout New York City (through ... Mr. Ai is also a refugee -- he fled to Berlin in 2015 -- and by now there is no untangling his art and his activism.
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week ... 56 Henry, 56 Henry Street, Manhattan; 646-858-0800, 56henry.NYC. ... The shirt paintings also comment on the medium's commodity status, as well as on various collaborations between artists and fashion houses, of which Jeff Koons's ridiculous Louis ...
NYC-arts, THIRTEEN's weekly arts and culture multi-platform showcase, brings arts lovers an all-access pass to the interesting, unusual and unique cultural offerings of the greater New York City region. This region is also home to some of the world's most talented and promising artists. This month, the ...
It's no secret that New York City is one of the world's most expensive places to live (and visit). More of a secret? How to get half-off to the city's top attractions, museums, tours, and performing arts venues. Keep reading: From today through February 11, the city is running its "NYC Must-See Week," which lets ...
The 2018 Grammy Awards opened with James Corden returning as the host, followed by performances by Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar and Lady Gaga. Bruno Mars' 24K Magic won album of the year. Alessia Cara won best new artist, and Ed Sheeran won best pop vocal album over artists including over Lady ...
Allowing pairs of middle and high schools to share arts teachers, renovating spaces for the arts and a summer arts program are a few of the ways that the New York City Department of education (NYCDOE) has expanded arts programming in recent years, according to the latest annual Arts in schools ...
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera. AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA at Carnegie Hall (Jan. 28, 2 p.m.). This is a week oddly short of orchestral music, with even the New York Philharmonic taking a deserved break. Fill the gap with Leon Botstein and his adventurous band, and this ...
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows. 'CULT FOLLOWING: JIM JONES AND THE PEOPLE'S TEMPLE' at Caveat (Feb. 1, 9 p.m.). A confession: this writer was thrilled (and somewhat relieved) to find that there are people out there who are also voyeuristically fascinated by cults. This regular ...
28, 7:30 p.m.). This Brooklyn psych-rock group was named one of 2016's hardest-working local acts by one website after playing upward of 30 shows in the city that year. It recently earned the same honor for 2017. Even if such metrics do little to convince you of a band's artistic merit, though, Fruit & Flowers ...
New York City BALLET at the David H. Koch Theater (through March 4). The winter season continues with "dance odyssey," a new work by the corps de ballet member Peter Walker featuring a principal cast of Ashley Laracey, Tiler Peck, Adrian Danchig-Waring, Zachary Catazaro, Anthony Huxley and ...
Our guide to new art shows -- and some that will be closing soon. AI WEIWEI: 'GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS' at Washington Square Park, Doris C. Freedman Plaza and throughout New York City (through Feb. 11). A public disruption by China's most important contemporary artist comprises ...
Our guide to new art shows -- and some that will be closing soon. AI WEIWEI: 'GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS' at Washington Square Park, Doris C. Freedman Plaza and throughout New York City (through Feb. 11, 2018). A public disruption by China's most important contemporary artist ...
'50 FIRST JOKES N.Y.C.' at the Bell House (Jan. 5, 8 p.m.). At this event, now in its 12th year, 50 Comedians share the first joke they've written since the start of 2018. The ebullient John F. O'Donnell will serve as host for the night, with a diverse roster of comedians slated to perform, including Ike Ufomadu, ...
This concert is part of arts for Art's monthlong "Justice Is Compassion, Action Is Power" festival, which ends later in the week. artsforart.org/evolving. LEE KONITZ at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola (Jan. 9-10, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.). An early exponent of Lennie Tristano's hybridized theory of improvising, Mr. Konitz cut ...
'ACQUANETTA' at Gelsey Kirkland arts Center (Jan. 9, 7:30 p.m., through Jan. 14). Inspired by cult horror films, Michael Gordon's one-act opera (with a libretto by Deborah Artman and directed by Daniel fish) ends up a reflection on identity and acting. It is a highlight of this year's Prototype festival of new ...
In its ninth year, this collection of bold, experimental work from subversive artists -- part of the growing Gibney Dance universe -- features 89 performances of 17 productions over eight days. New work will be presented by Moriah Evans, Keyon Gaskin and Marissa Perel, and several works will be seen in ...
Events for children in NYC This Week ... Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers. ... Inaugurating a new series at the museum, Tinker Labs: Exploring Art and technology, this program will investigate themes in the exhibition "Transformer: Native Art in Light and ...
'JIMMIE DURHAM: AT THE CENTER OF THE WORLD' at the Whitney Museum of American Art (through Jan. 28). "I feel fairly sure that I could address the entire world if only I had a place to stand," said the wry, peripatetic American artist Jimmie Durham in the 1980s. Now he has that place: the fifth floor of ...


 

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