Trestle programs are designed to offer an alternative to the expense of higher education. The Trestle philosophy comes from a belief that artists can grow and learn from each other without the excessive student loans that can come with graduate work at larger institutions. With a studio in NYC, one of the biggest contemporary art […]
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Group exhibition in New York features over 200 artworks that encompass both the president and the various issues that have arisen during his time in office From a burning White House to running refugees, there has been so much political art since Donald Trump is entered into power, satire is no longer at the sidelines. […]
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As a part of our Spotlight on Asia Collection, we are showcasing four Asian Saatchi Art artists you need to know now. Their style, technique and medium are each distinct and different in their own right, ranging from abstraction and portraiture to surrealism. Read on to find out more about each of the artists. Juna […]
The future New Yorker cartoonist sat in front of me in class at Brooklyn’s Ditmas Junior High School. She was the class brain, and loved to draw.
At Doc NYC, America’s largest documentary film festival, directors examine the lives and works of artists Barbara Rubin, Jay Maisel, and Christo.
MA Curatorial Practice offers the place and time to expand your thinking and skills as a curator, with an extraordinary international faculty in one of the great centers of art in the world.
Know how you’re voting? Why not cary a neon, wearable art handbag that encourages others to get to the poles?
So, last week I mentioned that I am not sure how to organize these blog posts more… and my first idea was to make some sort of timetable that tracked what I was doing, planning on doing, or got done. However, this past week was probably not the best week to start doing that since […]
Good morning to this gloomy Thursday. A friendly reminder: Friday is the last day to register to vote in the November general election. If you have not registered yet, do not worry: we will guide you through the process right now. Here in New York, it can only take five minutes. Wait, am I recording […]
THINGS TO DO Hester Street Fair, Corner of Hester and Essex streets – LES, 11am – 6pm To celebrate small businesses everywhere, Hester Street Fair is hosting its second annual “We Started Here” fair and Lower East Side Block Party. Featuring vendors La Newyorkina, Bodega Rose and Kochin. Free. German Steuben Parade, Various locations, 12pm […]
Maybe the meaning of intersectionality has changed. Maybe it’s less about projecting an image of oneself and more about empathizing with others’ internal complexities and contradictions.
THINGS TO DO Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters, SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street – Chelsea, 7:30pm – 9pm Comedian and writer-director Bobcat Goldthwait brings his twisted imagination to television in truTV’s new comedic anthology series. The episode screening will be followed by a conversation with Bobcat Goldthwait and guest stars Dave Foley and David Koechner, moderated by Ophira Eisenberg (NPR’s “Ask […]
The School of Visual Arts has signed a 54,000-square-foot deal for the entire building at 335 West 16th Street to maintain its classrooms for fine arts for two more decades, according to the organization’s broker, Lipinski Real Estate Advisors. The institution inked a direct lease with the landlord, 335 West 16th LLC, that begins in […]