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:

  1. Guggenheim Museum: At 3 PM, take your kids along to the Guggenheim for a tour and some educational time for the kiddos with Jackie Delamatre, complete with songs and lots of things to touch. Admission is $15, and free for family and Kids Club members. Be sure to register first.
  2. Transit Museum Train Show: Miniature trains run around a 34-foot display located in Grand Central Station, complete with all the signature NYC landmarks. Free entrance.
  3. “A Celebration of Lights”: Sculptor Gary Rosenthal shows off his work at the Daphne Art Gallery, displaying a metal and glass ode to Chanukuh. Free admission, 4-8 PM.
  4. Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College: The Brooklyn College Choral Union will be performing in Roosevelt Hall, Studio 312 tonight at 7:30. The school is one of the top musical training facilities in NYC, and this show is sure to lift your spirits. Free admission.
  5. Live Jazz with Stephane Wrember: Chill out after work with this relaxing rooftop show, complete with cheap drinks ($5-$6 until 8 PM), $10 for select wines. Don’t forget to register first, and then enjoy your free admission.
  6. Time Warner Lights: Take a detour over to the Time Warner Center to check out the lights tonight at 5 PM. The show boasts 14-foot LED stars that flash in time with your favorite holiday music, complete with 16.7 color combinations. Free to view.
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About Alex Holt

I am a local artist from Brooklyn, NY. I love art, design, books, photography, gardening and blogging.
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