Tag Archives: Art

Spanish: Viernes con Vida Americana: Visualizando la Revolución Mexicana

FRI, Dec 4, 2020, 12 pm, Online, via Zoom Cuando México emergió de su revolución en 1920, los artistas buscaron formas para responder a las nuevas formaciones de la vida pública. En búsqueda de conectar la cultura y el arte nativo con una sensibilidad modernista, nuevas representaciones, a veces románticas, de la vida campesina ocuparon un lugar central. Esta sesión

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Undergraduate and Graduate Internship Program—Online Information Sessions

THURSDAY / DECEMBER 3, 5:30–6:00 P.M. Are you a college or graduate student interested in an internship at The Met? Join a 30-minute online information session to learn more about the program and application process and ask questions. College and university administrators and professors are welcome to join. If you have a large group of students you would like to

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You’ve Got Game! Making Math Champs with NBA Math Hoops and the Museum of the City of New York

Join us for this free two-part workshop, where you’ll explore the stories and artifacts of the Museum’s exhibition City/Game: Basketball in New York and learn how you can bring the virtual NBA Math Hoops game to your students.   On Tuesday, December 1, hear from Museum curators about basketball’s distinctly New York character and uncover how the game reflects the cultural, social, economic, ethnic, and racial history of our city.  And on Wednesday,

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SciCafe: Shakespearean Bird Invasion

European starlings are one of the most successful and widespread invasive species in the world.  In 1890, approximately 100 birds were brought to Central Park in an effort to have all birds mentioned in Shakespeare’s work live in New York—leading to a population of 200 million starlings in the US today. They destroy agricultural crops, spread disease to livestock, fly

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Art History from Home: Queer Belonging

Tues, Dec 1, 2020, 6 pm, Online, via Zoom This session knits together works from the Whitney’s collection to explore LGBTQ perspectives on gender, sexuality, and desire. Looking at a range of artists including Andy Warhol, Catherine Opie, and Zoe Leonard, the session will examine the way art has been a powerful tool in documenting and building queer communities. Josh Lubin-Levy is a Joan

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Seasons: A Song Cycle for Guitar Quartet

TUESDAY / DECEMBER 1, 7:00–7:30 P.M. The Seasons Guitar Quartet:Anthony Wilson featuring Steve Cardenas, Chico Pinheiro, and Julian Lage Join four of today’s finest jazz guitarists for the digital premiere of Seasons: A Song Cycle for Guitar Quartet, created by guitarist, composer, and arranger Anthony Wilson specifically for master luthier John Monteleone’s “The Four Seasons” guitars. Conceived as a complete musical

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Virtual Brooklyn Talks: Dindga McCannon and Black Feminist Legacies

Engage with Black feminist legacies that are explored in our special exhibition Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection through two fun, informative talks. Artist Dindga McCannon offers a close look at her 1971 artwork Revolutionary Sister. Then, Jenée-Daria Strand, Curatorial Assistant, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, highlights how key works in the exhibition connect to one another in

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Holocaust Museum LA Presents Virtual Concert, ‘Klezmer, Culture and Art: Inspired by David Labkovski and Sholem Aleichem’

Zingarella, the Celebrated Duo of Violinist Janice Mautner Markham and Accordionist Melinda West, Plays Unique Mix of Klezmer, American Songbook Standards, Latin Tango and Jazz Holocaust Museum LA presents “Klezmer, Culture and Art: Inspired by David Labkovski and Sholem Aleichem,” a virtual concert by Zingarella, the acclaimed duo of violinist Janice Mautner Markham and accordionist Melinda West, on Tuesday, Dec.

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Mind’s Eye: Processing Trauma: Meaningful Shadows

Monday, November 23, 6:30 pm – Wednesday, November 25, 2 pm To continue celebrating the ideas, people, and art at the core of our mission, the Guggenheim is offering virtual Mind’s Eye programming for participants who are blind or have low vision. This month’s program explores the theme Processing Trauma: Meaningful Shadows from Figuration to Abstraction. Through a selection of

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