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Intern at The Drawing Center

Intern at The Drawing Center

The Drawing Center, located in SoHo, is always looking for interns on a rotating basis. The deadline for the Fall 2017 positions has already passed, but the Spring 2018 positions are still open! The Drawing Center explores the medium of drawing and its relevance and impact in contemporary art culture. Interns assist with communications, curatorial […]

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Orwell's "1984" on Broadway

Orwell’s “1984” on Broadway

The stage adaptation of Orwell’s 1949 novel of the same name comes at a very appropriate time. Much like the recent Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwell’s The Handmaid’s Tale, relevant fears stirred by the current political climate bring these stories back into the spotlight. This adaptation of 1984 is set in dystopian New York, instead of the novel’s […]

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BAMcinemaFest 2017

BAMcinemaFest 2017

The Brooklyn Academy of Music is kicking off its ninth annual BAMcinemaFest tomorrow night with the New York premiere of Gemini, an LA murder mystery from director Aaron Katz, starring Zoe Kravitz and Lola Kirke — all three of whom will be there to introduce the film prior to the screening. The next ten days are filled […]

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NYC Pride 2017

NYC Pride 2017

Pride isn’t just one day in New York City. The entire month of June is filled with events all around the city, leading up to PrideFest on Sunday, June 25th. Check out all of this months events here. Celebrating its 24th year, PrideFest itself takes place on Hudson Street between Abingdon Square & W. 14th Street. […]

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A Year of Yes: Re-imagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum

A Year of Yes: Re-imagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum

A Year of Yes opened in October 2016 and will go on, throughout the museum, until early 2018. The exhibitions and programs involved celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. “A Year of Yes recognizes feminism as a force for progressive change and takes the contributions of feminist art as its […]

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Parsons Festival 2017

Parsons Festival 2017

The Parsons Festival is an annual series of art and design events in which cutting-edge student work is presented to the Parsons community and the public. The festival takes place at the end of each academic year and includes thesis exhibitions and critiques, thought-provoking public programs, interactive installations, gallery openings, workshops, and special events leading […]

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

SAAM Altars April 1-30, Social Justice Hub, 63 Fifth Ave., 5th Floor April 11-26, Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries, 66 Fifth Ave. Every April, in conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Sex-E collective constructs an altar to honor the survivors in our community. Visitors are encouraged to participate in the installation by leaving anonymous […]

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"A Place for Us" by Julia L. Foulkes

“A Place for Us” by Julia L. Foulkes

A Place for Us examines the broad appeal and ongoing relevance of West Side Story, which has become emblematic of the best of Hollywood and Broadway. The creators dropped Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet in the midst of 1950’s New York, turning a tragic love story into a tale about wayward youth, prejudice, and a rapidly changing city. West Side Story […]

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