Advocates say the art was “emblematic of the tunnel” and that city agencies did not warn the community before painting over it.
In the exhibition The Data We Called Home and an accompanying panel discussion moderated by Barbara London, Huang explores visual arts in the virtual landscape.
The residency program awards 17 visual artists a year of rent-free studio space in New York City. Applications are due by January 31.
Organized around the concept “To Transform,” these NYC programs include conversations, film screenings, readings, and research about work that enacts transformation.
Something about the Weather is a new and original work by New York-based composer, producer, and performer Hahn Rowe.
Hundreds of online and on-campus courses begin January 30. Plus, take part in artist residencies in the fine arts, critical studies, social practice, and more.
The Brooklyn arts organization offers discounted pre-launch membership for experienced ceramic artists beginning January 15, with reduced hours of operation.
The dancing sculpture will be on view at three special performances in January and February. Tickets are on sale now.
Hear directly from Native American photographers who are defining what it means to be Indigenous today. Attend the program in NYC or online.
Close Enough: New Perspectives from 12 Women Photographers at Magnum unfolds the complex gender dynamics that women experience behind the camera.
As the exhibition honoring Black and Brown lives killed by police comes to a close, the Brooklyn art space presents a series of performances and community programs.
Sometimes, exhibitions about identity demand too much of those bearing the identities, expecting them to speak explicitly to their experience.