Photo: Christopher Down, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Exhibition Dates: March 6, 2023 – August 20, 2023Exhibition Location: The Met Cloisters, Glass Gallery, Gallery 10 For the emerging middle class in early Tudor England, the home served as both an assertion of social position and a form of self-expression. Opening MarchContinue Reading

Citylife banner. Lori Horowitz Featuring works by 25 artists reflecting Urban Society Curated by Lori Horowitz and Kathleen Migliore-Newton   Exhibition goes live online Monday, February 6th, 2023: https://nyartistscircle.com/curated-shows/city-life-captured-scene-and-unseen Please join us for the Virtual Opening on Zoom, Monday, February 6th, 7:00pm: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82404770363?pwd=QXZPNGpma0ZpVlloaVh1bmMvMDhyUT09 CityLife: Captured, Scene and Unseen, a new curatedContinue Reading

SWA/Balsley and Weiss/Manfredi with ARUP. Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, 2009-18. Wetland walkway and overlook. ©Lloyd/SWA, courtesy of SWA/Balsley and WEISS/MANFREDI The Museum of Modern Art announces Architecture Now: New York, New Publics, the inaugural installation of a new exhibition series that will serve as a platform to highlight emerging talentContinue Reading

Governors Island Winter Village 2-26-2022. Photo © Julienne Schaer Governors Island celebrates its annual Winter Village with NYC artist-led ice sculpting competition set for February 18 Governors Island Arts and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) announced today they will co-host Governors Island’s second annual Winter Ice Sculpture Show. This one-of-a-kindContinue Reading

February spotlights our National Arts Club Artist Fellows — Queen Esther performing and Cassandra Zampini exhibiting her latest works All events and exhibitions are free and open to the public The National Arts Club (NAC) continues its 125th anniversary year with numerous free public arts and culture programs in February,Continue Reading

First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum, June 2021. (Photo: Kolin Mendez). Themed “Legacy,” the February 4 program recognizes the integral role of Black artistic production in shaping Brooklyn’s globalized culture and launches the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration of First Saturdays, the Museum’s flagship community-centered series, sponsored by Bank of America. The Brooklyn Museum’s lineup for February’s First Saturday—the first event inContinue Reading

Craft Front & CenterOpens February 4, 2023 An ongoing exhibition of the Museum of Arts and Design’s (MAD) growing permanent collection of more than 3,500 objects, Craft Front & Center will feature a fresh installation of more than 60 historic works and new acquisitions dating from the golden age of the AmericanContinue Reading

Left on a Bench leftonabench.com is a satirical series of photographs that showcases abandoned objects sitting on park benches around New York City. Each photograph is captioned with an ironic backstory, conjuring up a brief anecdote about the object left behind. Many New Yorkers may recognize the visual references.To be viewed onContinue Reading

Photo: TamaraLeighPhotography.com Compelling Conversation Featuring Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Professor Dr. Jackie Feldman to Explore Dynamics of Preserving and Honoring Memory in Modern Age of Technology and Social Media Holocaust Museum LA presents “Selfies in Auschwitz: The Challenges of Holocaust Memory in a Digital Age,” Wednesday, Feb. 15, atContinue Reading

South Street Seaport Museum announces Valentine Like a Sailor on February 11 & 12, 2023, from 1-5 pm, at 12 Fulton Street, NYC. Bring 19th-century maritime craft tradition to your handmade Valentine’s Day cards. Attendees will create their own special trinkets for the holiday and learn about the unique history of Sailors’ Valentines—tokens ofContinue Reading