FAD Market – a curated fashion, art and design pop-up marketplace – is joining forces with Made in NYC, the city’s weeklong celebration of makers and entrepreneurs – to host a market featuring some of New York’s most talented home-grown vendors. Come shop products made right here in NYC, including...Read more »
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Parisian photographer, JF JULIAN is doing a summer residency in Brooklyn with an open studio. «Since 2010, I m engaged in an ongoing correspondence with famous nude models. This is the first look at this 10 years night exploration with images gathered from all over the world. It’s project FIREFLY....Read more »
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The Hidden Nature of the Feminine Soul

Exhibition Luciana Gomez: The Hidden Nature of the Feminine Soul July 19 – August 27, 2019 Opening reception: Friday, July 19, 6-10PM Duetto Arts is pleased to present “The Hidden Nature of the Feminine Soul” the first solo exhibition in Brooklyn dedicated to the emerging Argentinian artist Luciana Gomez. A...Read more »
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BOROUGH5 Group Exhibition

Black Diamond Gallery is proud to present BOROUGH5, a group exhibition that embraces the NYC community by displaying the many faces of New York through the eyes of New York City artists. Including works of various mediums (painting, sculpture, photography and collage), this exhibition will feature portraits that portray the...Read more »
Tags: Art, New York, New York City, Exhibition, Black Diamond Gallery

‘Same Rivers’ and ‘Other Waters’ – Watercolor Today.

Collier West is pleased to announce the group exhibition ‘Same Rivers’ and ‘Other Waters’ – Watercolor Today. There is no medium that offers more spontaneity and directness of expression than watercolor. This exhibit demonstrates a range of expression from the traditional perceptual approach, to a more photo referenced base. This...Read more »
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Critical Feedback Program at Trestle

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...Read more »
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RIP Hal Prince

I woke up today to the news that Hal Prince has died, at age 91.I never met Hal, but his impact on my life is profound. Everything I believe about the theatre, everything I do in the theatre, everything I make in the theatre, it all has roots in the work of the great Hal Prince. He changed everything.No other artist -- not Fosse, Tommy Tune, Sondheim, nobody -- has been more of an influence on the work I do with New Line. It was Hal Prince who taught me the poetry of staging a show, that audien...
Tags: Musicals, Theatre, Broadway, Theater, Director, Hamilton, Off Broadway, Don, Sondheim, Evita, Scott Miller, Hal, West Side Story, Rodgers Hammerstein, Hal Prince, Jason Robert Brown

A World Full of Silly Monsters and Dorky Villains

Craig Gleason, founder of the Bad Guys Club, is an artist out of Arizona with over a hundred thousand followers on Instagram. With a large selection of rad shirts and prints available for purchase, you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t check out the wares of this silly monster obsessed illustrator. Gleason’s work is dominated with monster love, populated with gads of unique, silly creations. There’s a feeling that these guys are the dorks and less evil inclined of the monster wor...
Tags: Art, Arizona, GLEASON, Craig Gleason

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