City of Workers, City of Struggle at the Museum of the City of New York tracks the evolution of the labor movement as an unpredictable passage of pitfalls and switchbacks.
Join director Michael Martin for the world premiere of his film I Could Tell You ’Bout My Life, this Thursday night at the Museum of the City of New York.
A new exhibition explores the “Rebel Women” of 19th-century New York, and we talk to curator Marcela Micucci to discover the stories of these largely forgotten figures.
An exhibit highlights the published and unpublished photos Kubrick snapped between 1945 and 1960, before he became the renowned filmmaker.
Ice skating in New York reveals the history of social spaces in the city that helped shape the foundations of modern life.
The Museum of the City of New York is exhibiting the art and engineering of the Croton Aqueduct on the 175th anniversary of the watershed.
A multimedia exhibit at Museum of the City of New York looks back at the domesticity of the AIDS crisis.
The documentary We Like it Like That: The Story of Latin Boogaloo, which traces the rise of the musical movement, is screening March 31 at El Museo del Barrio.
On March 23, five US-based political cartoonists will discuss the realities, challenges, and urgency of their work today.
“A Walk Through Gilded NY” is an audio and visual tour through the past and present of the city’s turn-of-the-century architecture.
As I walked through the two floors of the museum I kept asking myself, where am I in this celebration of upper-class gay white male creativity?
The Museum of the City of New York opens its first permanent exhibition, an ambitious multimedia journey through 400 years of the city’s turbulent history.