Facing Chaos at the Rubin Museum

There is so much to celebrate in Asian culture, which is as varied and diverse as New York City itself. In the midst of the current violence and hate, the Rubin Museum illuminates the beauty of Asia’s culture and heritage.

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Rebecca Kelly: The Artist as Healer

Multi-media artist Rebecca Kelly reflects on the healing power of art.

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COVID Christmas in NYC

COVID-19 hasn’t succeeded in canceling Christmas. Read on for some pandemic-friendly holiday activities.

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COVID-Friendly Art Walks: Lower Manhattan

A guide to the diverse public artworks in lower Manhattan.

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Marrying Opposites: Dancing with Amanda Sommers

Contemporary dancer, actress and model, Amanda Sommers, has managed to marry opposites and differences throughout her career.

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The Sad-Eyed Lady

It is the feel of the pages in your hand as you turn through the book as much as the image on the page that stirs something more than just passing interest in Zimmermann’s “The Sad-Eyed Lady.”

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Arts Guide: NYC’s Lower East Side

Once an infamous hub of artistic freedom and creative expression, home to Basquiat and Allen Ginsberg, the Lower East Side is hardly the ugly stepsister of Manhattan’s west side.

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