Inspired by Brooklyn’s native oyster reefs, the Brooklyn Arts Council's NYC Oyster Show features color photographs of Colleen Flanigan's underwater sculptures and an installation of Judith Pleva’s unbound multimedia scrapbook.
THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART OFFERS FREE ADMISSION FOR VISITORS 65 AND OLDER ON SUNDAY, MAY 1ST *** Museum celebrates Older Americans Month with 50% off admission and discounted membership for New York City residents 65+ throughout May MoMA will celebrate Older Americans Month with free museum admiss
The international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is presenting “Central African Republic: Uncertain Tomorrow,” a two-part exhibition of photos taken by prize-winning photographer William Daniels.
Experience a lunchtime series at 245 Park Avenue exploring how the harp is used in the 21st century, curated by versatile, genre-defying harpist Brandee Younger. From classical to folk to jazz to singer-songwriter, enjoy the contemporary facets of this ancient instrument.
Presented by Arts Brookfield, the New York Guitar Festival kicks off with a Mother’s Day concert at Brookfield Place (230 Vesey St.), celebrating the music of gospel/blues legend Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the godmother of rock & roll.
Bushwick Collective will be hosting their annual “Block Party”, celebrating five years of groundbreaking street artists while remaining true to the neighborhoods constantly-evolving identity. The festival will be taking over 20 blocks surrounding the Jefferson Street L train stop from June 3-5.
Last Wednesdays is a monthly salon presented by Arts Brookfield, happening on the last Wednesday of the month at One New York Plaza. Come join us for the launch of Last Wednesdays. The theme for March is American Soil, based on the artwork by Josh Dorman commissioned for the lobby windows.