Cultivators of Culture: One Percent for Culture

Cultivators of Culture: One Percent for Culture

It may come as no surprise that the arts culture of New York City encompasses a substantial facet of city life, as well as monumentally impacts the local economy. Every year, millions of tourists come to NYC to experience music, dance, theater, visual arts...
A Temporary Monument Changes a Community Forever

A Temporary Monument Changes a Community Forever

This summer, one of New York City’s most profound art installations is one that has changed a community forever. It’s the Gramsci Monument, an unconventional, interactive public art space that was erected at Forest Houses in the Bronx in May. Forest Houses is one of...
‘We Think Alone’: Strange and Beautiful Thus Far

‘We Think Alone’: Strange and Beautiful Thus Far

Earlier this summer, we profiled Miranda July in honor of her upcoming project, “We Think Alone.” The art installation is one that, if participating, takes place right in your email inbox, where weekly emails are forwarded to you from famous public figures, courtesy...
New York City’s Incredible All-Girl Theater Company

New York City’s Incredible All-Girl Theater Company

In theater, as in many other artistic mediums, men tend to dominate the genre. Plays with male leads are likelier to be produced more than shows featuring a leading lady, female producers are vastly outnumbered by their male counterparts, a mere 20% of plays produced...
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