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Art Opportunity Alert: Snag A Studio In A Park For The Summer

Applications are open for the Queens Museum’s Studio in the Park program, a residency at Queens’ giant Flushing Meadows Corona Park. (You may know it as the one with the Unisphere.) 237 more words

Public Art

Live Art's New Home at the Queens Museum

By David LaGaccia

Flushing still holds the New York dream of immigrants passing through and establishing their lives in the city. It is an odd place where at the park is the Queens Museum, the magnificent Arthur Ashe tennis stadium, the Mets Citi Field, and remnants of the 1964 World’s Fair with the giant Unisphere in the shape of the Earth, and observation towers still standing after 52 years. 1,502 more words

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HEY! HO! LET’S GO: RAMONES AND THE BIRTH OF PUNK

Ramones by Danny Fields, 1977

“The Ramones all originate from Forest Hills and kids who grew up there either became musicians, degenerates or dentists. The Ramones are a little of each.” 603 more words

EXHIBITIONS

News and Notes

If you have music or other data on now obsolete or soon to be obsolete media, The Brooklyn Public Library wants to help you out.  And it won’t cost you a dime.  235 more words

News And Notes

Tiffany Glass at the Queens Museum

Since I was a small child I’ve always loved stained glass, and my favorite is Tiffany glass. So I was excited when I went to the… 437 more words

New York City

A discussion over the cliff with Hratch Arbach

By Margaux Bonnet

Hratch Arbach doesn’t want to be labeled as an Artist. He sees himself like a man interested in the human existence and always tempted to try new experiences according to his way. 1,031 more words

Non Classé

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