Introduction The next 12 months may be some of the most momentous in New York City’s history, with a confluence of events—including the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and an election with the potential to reshape the political landscape—creating major opportunities for change. The November 2021 election
This Is What Girlhood Looks Like Exhibition + Book Launch Party! Tuesday, Nov. 12 |6-8p.m. The New School | 63 5th Ave. downstairs in Starr Foundation Hall What does it mean to be an 18-year-old girl around the world? We asked young women photographers to
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS ARONSON GALLERIES, 66 5TH AVENUE DEADLINE NOVEMBER 1, 2019 The call for proposals is open to all New School students, faculty, and staff. All proposals must be submitted through this online form.
Explore the Future of Jewelry Making Inspired by the exhibition Non-Stick Nostalgia: Y2K Retrofuturism in Contemporary Jewelry, two studio workshops with MAD Artists Studio alumni highlight the exciting potential of wearable interactives and repurposed materials in jewelry. June 15, designer and musician Emiko Shinozaki will lead
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