It’s Roz Chast in Conversation with Lester Burg ~ May 24, 2020

 

 

 

Artist Roz Chast. Image via Drawing America

Join Drawing America for a conversation with Roz Chast, The New Yorker staff cartoonist, to hear how she draws humor from these unprecedented times we all find ourselves in, especially here in New York. Ms. Chast will present a slideshow of drawings she has created since the pandemic began. Following the presentation, she will be in conversation with Lester Burg, former Deputy Director of the MTA’s Art and Design program in New York City. Continue reading “It’s Roz Chast in Conversation with Lester Burg ~ May 24, 2020”

‘Michaelangelo Lovelace. Nightshift’ coming to the Online Viewing Room at Fort Gansevoort

 

 

Michaelangelo Lovelace, Untitled, 2008. Ink one paper. 8.5 x 11 in. ML209.. Image courtesy Fort Gansevoort Gallery

Beginning Thursday, May 28, Fort Gansevoort will present Nightshift, an exhibition of drawings by Michelangelo Lovelace (b. 1960), composed from the bedsides and common areas of nursing homes throughout Cleveland, Ohio, where he has worked for over 30 years as a nurse’s aide while pursuing his artistic practice.

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#GoingGreenForParkies on May 21, 2020

 

 

 

The Arsenal (Central Park) image credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

#GoingGreenForParkies ~ Empire State Building and Other City Landmarks to Go Green in honor of Parks Workers on May 21st ~ a day when New York City will salute Park workers around the World with green lights and by wearing green, and In a show of support, San Francisco’s City Hall, Coit Tower, and Conservatory; Australia’s Royal Botanic Garden Sydney; and the Con Edison tower all lit green for parkies.

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New York State Regional Monitoring Dashboard now Online + Vote for your Favorite Video in the Wear-A-Mask Contest

 

 

On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced an online Regional Monitoring Dashboard. The link will show regions in the State of New York that meet all seven metrics and are ready to begin Phase 1 of a phased-in, carefully monitored reopening beginning on May 15th.

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Atlantic Gallery presents ‘Future (Perfect)’ an Online Exhibition & Benefit

 

 

Carol Crawford, The Secret Life of Flowers, Mixed media construction, 25″ h x 31″ w x 5″ d, $2,500. Image courtesy of the artist and Atlantic Gallery

Atlantic Gallery opened its Online Viewing Room to the exhibition, Future (Perfect). In an effort to do their part and help our amazing city get through this tough time, Atlantic Gallery members have decided to donate 20% of all sales to the UNITED WAY NYC: Covid19 Community Response & Recovery Fund.

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Times Square Arts + Artists Have Messages for all New Yorkers

 

 

Messages of love, gratitude and solidarity from Times Square Arts, Poster House, Print Magazine and For Freedoms

Times Square Arts, Poster House, Print Magazine, and For Freedoms have launched a citywide public art campaign featuring artist-designed PSAs and messages of love, gratitude, and solidarity with New York City’s health care and essential workers. Radiating out from the screens of Times Square to the digital billboards above Lincoln Tunnel and nearly 1800 LinkNYC kiosks across all five boroughs, the initiative turns our city’s digital displays into platforms of public service and appreciation through the lens of established and emerging graphic designers and visual artists from around the world.

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NYC Food Delivery Assistance Program Ready to Go + COVID-19 Testing Sites

 

 

 

Image via nyc.gov

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an ambitious program providing free meals to all New Yorkers in need during the COVID-19 crisis. To this end, the Mayor named Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia to the post of COVID-19 Food Czar. Her job ~ to make sure that no New Yorker goes hungry.

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