In Praise of Caves: Organic Architecture Projects from Mexico by Carlos Lazo, Mathias Goeritz, Juan O’Gorman, and Javier Senosiain features a selection of projects and site-specific installationsby these four artist–architects that explore the adaptation of natural structures to modern living, the practical and environmental benefits of moving underground, and how humanity might reconnect with the essential…Read More
Explore Isamu Noguchi’s particular interest in the unseen and hidden: invisible forces, subterranean structures and their makers, spatial metaphors for the unknown, and the inner recesses of the self. Forty unusual sculptures and designs invite visitors to look high and low and from different angles.Read More
Join American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog for a storytime program on Wednesday mornings before opening. Bring a favorite stuffed dog along for a fun adventure listening to a dog themed story, learning about different dog breeds, and completing a dog related art activity.
Designed for 2-8 year olds and an adult learning partner,…Read More
Roam the galleries with fellow dog owners and lovers during American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog’s pet friendly hours.
Help off-Broadway production The Play That Goes Wrong look for their canine actor, Winston. Enter to win free tickets to the production, dress up as their favorite characters, and explore the history of dogs…Read More
RSM invites all to a math action-packed day across all 5 RSM NYC branches. Free activities include musical performances by students, a Math & Art exhibit, inspiring talks with artists on how Math & Art are connected, New York scholars sharing their love for math, school tours, games, math puzzles, competitions, sample lessons and more.
Explore a period of experimentation in printmaking among women artists. Vibrant prints on view include the work of artists such as Faith Ringgold, Barbara Kohl-Spiro, Julia Santos Solomon, and Emma Amos.Read More