Did last names really get changed at Ellis Island? We explore the topic in a virtual talk with the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation!
Get a glimpse back into the past with a new art installation at Brooklyn's oldest theater, Alpine Cinemas in Bay Ridge!
Discover all of the monumental sculptures, colorful murals, and moving public art exhibitions on view this May in New York City!
Don't miss your chance to experience Ulmer:Conveyance, an immersive experience inside an abandoned Brooklyn brewery!
Explore the abandoned spaces of a 19th-century Bushwick Brewery through a new art installation that connects its past, present, and future!
Built in 1909, the Baggage and Dormitory Building hosted detained immigrants. Today, it stands as one of the truest remnants of Ellis Island's abandoned era.
The latest installment of Aaron Asis' Unforgotten series focuses on Ellis Island and the importance of preserving its history.
A symposium on Ellis Island explains the immigrant experience through the eyes of the Statue of Liberty Museum and the Tenement Museum.
An art installation entitled ‘Layers’ by Aaron Asis is designed to showcase the past and remind us of the layered history beneath our feet.
The Field of Dreams installation at the Queens County Farm Museum reminds all that humanity's hopes and dreams interact with each other.