Monthly Archives: May 2013

Upcoming Art Events In NYC

As spring winds down and begins transforming into summer, spending time exploring the city and all its art offerings sounds more appealing than ever. The weather is warmer, the art scene is ripe, and the time for adventuring is now. … Continue reading

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Let WAGMAG Be Your Guide to The Arts in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NYC is a neighborhood rich with culture, a diverse population, and of course, a multitude of artistic mediums so abundant that the dozens of small gallery spaces can hardly contain them. In fact, sometimes they can’t, at which point … Continue reading

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NYC Zine Culture: Still Alive and Underground

Sometimes zinesters socialize. Sometimes they organize to socialize publicly, which is great, because it allows us to greedily absorb one facet of NYC’s artistic subculture, while being reminded that zines are a medium that is alive and well. What is … Continue reading

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SALT in New York City

When artistic and nonprofit endeavors collide it’s a beautiful thing. A nonprofit organization designed to help inner city youth flourish creatively, while providing them with tools to carve out brighter futures for themselves sounds pretty phenomenal. NYC SALT is doing … Continue reading

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NYC’s HERE Hosts queerSpawn

QueerSpawn is probably not a word that most folks hear on a daily basis. Is it a derogatory remark? A video game? Is it even a real thing, and if so, what? A word that has been acknowledged by LGBT … Continue reading

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Season of Cambodia Takes NYC

Cambodia once had a rich artistic culture, but it was nearly extinguished during the Khmer Rouge of the 1970s. It wasn’t until the 1990s that the restoration of artistic tradition began in earnest. Arn Chorn-Pond searched through the country, seeking … Continue reading

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Lobster Rope Art Takes Madison Square Park

New York artist Orly Genger has taken over Madison Square Park with her art—which is made with recycled lobster rope. Genger crocheted miles’ worth of the rough and heavy rope to create a braided landscape of colors throughout the park. … Continue reading

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