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Dialogue about Border Crossers

Dialogue about Border Crossers
Guest post by Trudy Milburn

On November 20th, 2015, on behalf of the Center for International Dialogue, I attended a unique event at the… 570 more words

Applied Intercultural Dialogue

Zhang Hongtu at Queens Museum, October 19, 2015 - February 28, 2016

“Zhang Hongtu has spent the past five decades expanding the ways in which viewers perceive the world around them, skillfully drawing connections between cultures. Originally from mainland China, and New York-based since 1982, Zhang’s subject matter and styles have continued to shift resulting in a vast body of work that has allowed him to show internationally for more than 30 years.” — Queens Museum… 125 more words


A Walk around Flushing Meadows Corona Park

In my previous post, I wrote about my assignment to photograph the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens. On that beautiful Saturday afternoon, I had plenty of time to walk around the park and make other photos. 24 more words



This from Atlas Obscura.

This is a bombing I never heard about.

The World’s Fair of 1939-1940 was conceived as a way to pull New York out of the doldrums of the Great Depression. 2,574 more words

Group Exhibit at the Queens Museum, NYC

This painting will be on exhibit at the Queens Museum in NYC as part of the pop-up group exhibit, A Diamond Called Outsider Art.  This weekend only, July 17-19th, curated by… 23 more words

Free Event

PDF Library: Brochure for "After Midnight" at the Queens Museum

Download LInk: After Midnight: Indian Modernism to Contemporary India 1947/1997

Today’s addition to the PDF Library is a smaller document than we normally have. It is the brochure accompanying “After Midnight,” the current show about art made in India in the 50 years following that country’s independence. 64 more words

PDF Library

Stringer Wrings $1 Million From City Contractor for Underpaid Immigrant Workers

Comptroller Scott Stringer today handed out checks totaling more than $900,000 to 33 mostly Guyanese immigrant workers—the proceeds of a nearly $1 million settlement with a construction firm that worked on 12 city projects and failed to pay prevailing wage. 385 more words

Scott Stringer