Misty Copeland: Art, Ballet, and Community

Misty Copeland: Art, Ballet, and Community

Misty Copeland was already winning awards for ballet at 15, only two years after picking up the art, and her accumulation of accolades never stopped. In 2015 at the age of 32, she became the first black woman to be made principal dancer for the American Ballet...
The Met Lays Off Staff While Paying Millions to Executives

The Met Lays Off Staff While Paying Millions to Executives

The Metropolitan Museum of Art – The Met to its friends – is the largest art museum in the United States, and one of New York City’s largest tourist attractions, drawing an average of 7.3 million visitors a year, over a third of them international tourists. It...
Burning in Water Gallery to Open More Spots in New York

Burning in Water Gallery to Open More Spots in New York

The Burning in Water gallery will be opening two additional spaces in New York City, where it has been based since its opening in 2015. This expansion comes just months after the successful gallery announced a new space in San Francisco. Both spaces will be located in...
New York Art Installations Explore the Realm of Public Spaces

New York Art Installations Explore the Realm of Public Spaces

Who says public spaces have to be solely functional? Artists who are showcasing their work at the High Line in New York, a former train track turned garden walking path, sure don’t think so. “Agora,” an ever-changing group exhibit featured in the park until March...
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