Monthly Archives: November 2012

NYC Metropolitan Museum of Art Sued

It’s not every day that you hear about a museum being sued, but that’s exactly what’s happening to the New York City Metropolitan Museum of Art. Two members of the museum are suing over the Met’s fee policy, claiming that … Continue reading

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Mattern Rainbow Lights Up NYC

Yvette Mattern, a New York City artist, has lit up NYC skies with a laser rainbow to bring a sense of hope and peace to those affected by Sandy. It’s been almost a month, but New Yorkers are still feeling … Continue reading

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NYC’s Irish Connect With Heritage

Members of the Irish Arts Center of New York are connecting with their Irish heritage in more ways than simply celebrating St. Patty’s Day once a year. The group is helping members learn Irish, or Gaelic, which hasn’t been widely spoken in … Continue reading

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Art For Sandy

As the east coast continues to come together to recover from Hurricane Sandy, some heartwarming initiatives are being put into motion. And in New York, artists were among those hit the hardest by the storm’s destructive flooding. But now, artists are coming together … Continue reading

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Inexpensive Art in NYC

There are plenty of great art shows and performances to see in NYC—and they don’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, either. Check out what’s going on today, November 19th: Guggenheim Museum: At 3 PM, take your … Continue reading

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MoMA’s Helping Hand

Some organizations have truly shined this past week in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. They’ve offered donations, power, showers, basic goods, and relief to those affected by the storm. And the Museum of Modern Art has certainly shown that it … Continue reading

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Special: Apartment Safety For Hurricane Sandy

Though evacuation has been recommended by officials—and in some zones, made “mandatory”—some NYC residents, many from New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), have chosen to hold their ground and stay with their homes during Hurricane Sandy. The worst part of … Continue reading

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