All virtual programs are listed in Eastern Time (ET). Start times for all other continental US time zones are listed in the program description below the main image. For in-person programs, the program start time is listed in the location’s time zone.
Jessica Elaine Blinkhorn is an Atlanta-based Interdisciplinary Artist. Blinkhorn’s work advocates for the LGBTQ+, disabled, and aging communities. Blinkhorn, who uses a powerchair, focuses her work on acceptance through acknowledgement of difference, body positivity, disability education through experience and exposure, human sexuality, and story-telling.
Join us on Monday, May 1 at 5 pm for an artist-guided tour of Havah . . . to breathe, air, life, on view simultaneously in Madison Square Park and on the rooftop of the Appellate Division Courthouse through June 4. The tour will be led by artist Shahzia Sikander and Brooke Kamin Rapaport—Deputy Director and Martin Friedman Chief Curator.
You won't want to miss the opportunity for an artist-guided tour of a botanical wonderland with Miya Ando! Imagine a world where time is not measured in months, days, and hours, but in flowers. Flower Atlas envisions this unique concept. In this artistic creation, the year 2023 is represented by 365 signature flowers, each blooming on a different day somewhere on Earth. Curated by Kendal Henry at Brookfield Place.
Join ArtTable for an artist talk and exhibition tour with Chelsey Luster! Luster’s immersive solo exhibition "Finding Home" at Vox Populi Gallery tells the stories of their models’ safe spaces through mixed-media paintings, text, and film. Each model’s individual story informs the creation of these imaginative havens that come together to form a physical safe space. The exhibition acts as a place of healing for black and queer people and the respective communities.
Don't miss your chance for a studio tour with celebrated artist Helen Zughaib! Zughaib is a Washington, DC-based painter and mixed-media artist known for her vibrant and thought-provoking work. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, her pop-art influenced art explores themes related to issues of cultural identity, migration, and social justice and is characterized by its use of bold colors, intricate patterns, and symbolism. Her work has been gifted to international heads of state by President Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton and appears in galleries and museums around the world.
Join us for a tour of "My Neighbor's Garden" with artist Sheila Pepe on November 9 at Madison Square Park! Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Artistic Director and Martin Friedman Chief Curator, will introduce the artist and her first outdoor exhibition. "My Neighbor’s Garden," places colorful and optimistic canopies of crocheted material, including paracord, shoelaces, and other unexpected materials.
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