Closeup of the tapestry created by artist Francesco Simeti for MCC Theater. Image via NYC Cultural Affairs on Twitter
The MCC Theater + the artist Francesco Simeti = two beautiful new Percent for Art installations that were unveiled at the theater’s official opening on January 9, 2019.
greets visitors from the street, and A Tale of the City creates a unique seating area within the theater. Set Perspectives
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Uptown Nights: Sacred Rebel Women. Photo (Right) by Fabiola Jean Louis via Harlem Stage
It’s out! The Fall 2018 Season Schedule for
. Tickets available now. Harlem Stage
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All images courtesy of INSITU
Located in four public parks along the East River waterfront in Queens, INSITU 2018 will take place on August 4-5. Here are the maps and schedule of events.
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Image courtesy of Hot Summer Nights!
Every Saturday evening from July 7 to July 28th, the
Kingsborough Lighthouse Bandshell will be swinging under the stars with the free concert series, . On Stage At Kingsborough
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Samuel Torres. Photo credit: Diego Almanza
Get ready for the
~ new, original compositions by Samuel Torres from his forthcoming album, Alegria, Urban Latin Jazz Portrait Concert , presented by Alegria City College Center for the Arts on Friday, May 18th.
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Photo credit: Public Theatre
Joe’s Pub will welcome back Brooklyn-based, Venezuelan born artist,
Migguel Anggelo in the ubiquitous story of immigration, , for two performances. So Close: Love & Hate
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A special evening of songs and stories entitled
is being hosted by City College Center for the Arts on March 1st in celebration of Harry Belafonte’s 91st Birthday! Turn the World Around: The Music and Legacy of Harry Belafonte
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Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards. Photo: Eduardo Patino. All Images courtesy of Harlem Stage
announced its 2018 Spring Performing Arts Season, featuring a range of music, film, spoken word, dance, and numerous Free Performances! Harlem Stage
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Tis’ the Season to mention
Reverend Billy & the Stop Shopping Choir, Buy Nothing Day, and the show at Now! Now! Now! Joe’s Pub, to keep our Holiday’s in perspective.
We noticed that the Rev & his Choir had a busy summer, hanging out at the “p
ublic garden’ in Trump Tower practicing the art of effective protest.
Cherry Lane Theatre will be presenting the timely play, The Bench: A Homeless Love Story ~ true stories based on the lives of real people.
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Harlem Stage kicked-off its Fall 2017 Season with a first ever and the sounds of DJ Stormin Normin. What could be better than that! Read on and find out. Open House
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mage: A Mauve Bird with Yellow Teeth Red Feathers Green Feet and a Rose Belly, Part Pink, 2017. Performance at The Battery, NY, image by Jenia Filatova.
Artist Talk/Catalog Presentation with Barry Schwabsky and Wendy Vogel + Performance by The Moving Company on Sunday, October 1, 6pm. Free & Open to the public at
Fridman Gallery, 287 Spring Street
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Join Day de Dada on Sunday, October 1st for a day of music, dance, and poetry on the Staten Island Ferry!
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A city-wide exhibition entitled
will celebrate the extraordinary life and work of the poet, artist and activist, John Giorno in thirteen locations, featuring films, drawings, archival presentations, paintings, and sound installations in a retrospective of Giorno’s work, as well as work inspired by him. Ugo Rondinone: I ♥ John Giorno
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