Category: Artist Snapshot

July 01 2020

The New-York Historical Society Takes The Show Outdoors

When the New-York Historical Society reopens on August 14, 2020, the museum’s rear courtyard will play host to a timely exhibit examining the city’s not-so-distant past. Called “Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine,” the outdoor show takes a look at life under lockdown across the five boroughs, as captured through the lens of photographer Kay Hickman in partnership with poet and journalist Kevin Powell. The pair spent two days in early April interviewing and photographing New Yorkers as they … Read More

February 03 2020

Great American Firsts: The New York Philharmonic

One of the cultural capitals of the world, New York City is responsible for a great many American firsts. One of those firsts is the New York Philharmonic, the oldest of the “Big Five” orchestras in North America, which has now been delighting audiences for 178 years. Other firsts the Philharmonic has given us include the American premiere of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in 1846, the world premiere of Dvořák’s New World Symphony in 1893, the world premiere of Gershwin’s An … Read More

September 09 2019

Celebrate Cinematic Achievement from Across the Globe at the 57th Annual New York Film Festival

For nearly six decades, the New York Film Festival has brought the cinema’s most talented actors, directors, producers, and other industry professionals together with film fans from across the world to recognize the year’s most extraordinary achievements of the silver screen. This year, from Friday, September 27, through Sunday, October 13, you too can join the thousands of celebrants who will congregate at various locations across Lincoln Center to learn, laugh, weep, and be forever transformed by hundreds of film … Read More