In partnership with the Department of Transportation, The New School's Parson School of Design brought back their art installation "Street Seats" to NYC.
Join the New School in NYC as they explore the history of the US prison system in a cross-country dialogue that challenges everything you know about the system.
World AIDS Day is held on 12/1 each year to show support for those living with HIV & commemorate those who died of AIDS. Here are 10 events in NYC to check out.
Frank Gehry sits down in packed NYC event with architectural critic Paul Goldberger to discuss new book Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry
New PBS documentary American Experience "Edison" looks at inventory Thomas Edison and the challenge to bring electric light to Lower Manhattan.
Matt Felson, a student at Parsons Design + Technology will set up classic binocular viewers in different parts of NYC showing historic photographs.
Parsons hosts an exhibit on "Masterpieces of Everyday New York: Objects as History." We picked some of our favorite items from the collection.
Our curated picks for New York events this week: Upstairs/Downstairs at Downtown Abbey Dinner, Equus Projects & Chef Patricia Clark's movement installation/cocktail party, MAS Conference on Resilience.
Municipal Art Society conference "On the Road to Resilience" will visit Hurricane Sandy disaster areas in the New York City area.
Unsolicited, Writer's Bloq's first reading at The Strand offered writers the chance come out from behind their laptops and meet the people whose work they've been reading on the site.