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Native American Contemporary Art Sites in our Area

…American artists. Founded in 1987, Amerinda catalyzes Native American performing, visual, literary and media artists, and promotes awareness of these artists. AMERINDA presents curated exhibitions of contemporary Native art and…

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The Art of the Artist’s Studio

…realized they could actually attract artists and artist-wannabe’s to even these least desirable top floor spaces by turning them into “artist’s studios.” This involved inserting a large industrial casement window…

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The Art of the Artist’s Studio

…the early 20th century, artists and those who just liked to live around artists became interested in these neighborhoods, and property owners realized they could actually attract artists and artist-wannabe’s…

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Ellen Emmet Rand, Artist and Villager

…Cowles Art School in Boston, with William Merritt Chase, and at the Art Students League in New York City from 1889 to 1893. During this time she also contributed fashion…

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Art on the Ave: Live the Village

Art on the Ave was conceived in June 2020 by three teachers struggling to find a way to discuss the year’s events with their students. They thought about art and…

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Village Remains Tops for Artists in NYC

…most part no longer the proverbial starving artists — that is unless they are lucky enough to live at Westbeth (subsidized housing for artists), in rent stabilized housing (of which…

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Visual AIDS Day Without Art

art exhibitions, public programs, publications, and research by curators, art historians, activists, and students. We encourage you to explore Visual AIDS Day With(out) Art 2021 project, Enduring Care, featuring videos…

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Village People: Arthur Garfield Hays

…in which she is interviewed. League of Women Shoppers pamphlet, circa 1937. Jessie Lloyd O’Connor Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College. Arthur and Blanche divorced in 1924, and Arthur remarried…

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The Gallery Queen of American Art: Edith Halpert

…Pioneer’s Art World Is Resurrected at the Jewish Museum” “Art for Everyday People” “Rediscovered Women Artists: Edith Gregor Halpert” “When Edith Met Abby” Downtown Gallery Records — American Art Archives…

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Art in the Village: East 10th Street Galleries

…performance artists, Abstract Expressionists, American Realists, Pop Artists, and Collagists. Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline and other eminent artists had studios near the 10th Street Galleries and often served as…

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Announcing the Arthur A. Levin Internship

Arthur A. Levin internship focusing on cultural history in his honor. Village Preservation Trustee Art Levin Art led the organization as President of the Board of Trustees through some of…

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Art and Suffrage on 14th Street

…her private collection of art, and to promote artist friends who she felt were under appreciated. Gallery Director Tim McDarrah https://www.instagram.com/timothymcdarrah/ Art of Our Century Gallery Director Tim McDarrah says…

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Fourth Arts Block tour redux

61 East Fourth Street houses the office of the Fourth Arts Block This weekend, tour guide Lawrence Frommer and Fourth Arts Block executive director Tamara Greenfield led a tour of…

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2014 Year In Review: GVSHP Programs

…Museum of Modern Art, New Orleans Museum of Modern Art and the Harry Ransom Museum. He has received numerous grants and awards including a National Endowment of the Arts Award….

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FABulous East 4th Street

…an incredibly rich ecosystem for the arts made up of cultural organizations, arts spaces, gardens, artists, and activists. New generations of artists continue to pass through the neighborhood’s cultural spaces…

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East Village Street Art Lives On

artist originally from Pennsylvania who moved to the city to attend Hunter College. You have probably seen her art around the city; either on buildings or lamposts. Libby’s art has…

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Art Deco in the Village

…Chrysler Building, or Rockefeller Center. However Greenwich Village and the East Village boast some of their own Art Deco gems, also worth examining. Art Deco was known by several names…

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Arturo’s: 2012 Village Award Winner

Arturo’s on Houston and Thompson Streets Arturo’s, best known for its delicious coal-oven pizza, first opened on MacDougal Street in 1957 before moving to its current location on Houston and…

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