Destroying David

Harbinger Theatre Presents Destroying David By Jason Odell Williams An art restorer who is grieving the death of their husband believes the only way to heal is to destroy the most beautiful thing in the world: Michelangelo’s David. A play about hope, why we need art, and the joy life offers in everyday miracles, if…

International Slow Art Day

International Slow Art Day Saturday, April 2, 12-5pm In an ever-faster world, take the afternoon to slow all…the way…down. Join in for a guided meditation with Director of Education and Curator of Kidspace Laura Thompson, look and listen as string quartet The Overlook performs among Linda Sormin’s Stream installation, and learn about the history of haiku with…

One Giant Try It!

You’re invited to One Giant Try It! Interactive Open House on Sunday, March 27th 12 – 3 PM At this interactive open house, visitors of all ages will have the opportunity to engage with our teaching artists, learn new skills, and explore their creative side. Instructors and staff will be on-hand to talk about the…

NEW at Storm King: 2022 Special Exhibitions, Digital Guide, and Tickets for April!

EXHIBITIONS: UPCOMING Wangechi Mutu and Outlooks: Brandon Ndife On view May 21 – November 7, 2022 Wangechi Mutu Mutu’s work engages with the natural world to address themes of women’s rights, human equality, and civil rights, and their inextricable relationships with our ecosystems. This exhibition will foreground Mutu’s current practice in earth and bronze sculpture and exhibit…

ACG Closed for Installation…Check this out in the meantime!

ACG is currently closed for installation and preparation for the 23rd Annual High School Regional Juried Exhibition.The gallery will reopen on March 22! 23rd Annual High School Regional Juried Exhibition Exhibition Dates: Tuesday, March 22 – Friday, April 22, 2022 The High School Regional is put together in collaboration with the New York State Art Teachers’…

Pictures from a Changing Nation

OPENED MARCH 12 Pictures from a Changing Nation Get an intimate look at early 20th-century American life through real photo postcards—images taken with a new camera that allowed anyone to print their own postcards. Ranging from the dramatic and tragic to the inexplicable, funny, and just plain weird, the more than 300 photographs in “Real Photo…

Celebrate New Exhibitions and LeWitt Redrawn in Conversation

Members Opening Reception Saturday, March 12, 5:30pm Join in the opening celebration for three new exhibitions Lily Cox-Richard: Weep Holes, Amy Hauft: 700,000:1 | Terra + Luna + Sol, and Marc Swanson: A Memorial to Ice at the Dead Deer Disco. A chandelier drone, the moon brought down to earth, and…an icy memorial? See it all for yourself next weekend as…

JOB OPENING: Jean and David W. Wallace Foundation Director of Smith College Office of the Arts

Type: Full-TimePosted: 02/28/2022Category: Arts and Museum Administration Job Number: R-202200132 If you have any questions about the position or our application process, reach out to us at [email protected] Job summary: Provide collaborative leadership and facilitation of innovative engagement platforms that elevate the arts at Smith College. Connect the communities and catalyze the work of the departments of Art, Dance,…

CAPITAL WALLS CALL FOR MURALISTS 2022

Calling all Artists!  The #CapitalWalls mural program is kicking off its 2022 Call for Muralists If you are a: painter, illustrator, printmaker, poet, or an artist of ANY disciplinary (or multiple!) and you want to collaborate with #CapitalWalls (and get compen$ated for it)… Now is your chance! CLICK THE LINK here and submit your work through…