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The exhibition portrays the life and work of the famous 1960s graphic artist MC Escher.
In addition to the Escher works on display, the exhibition includes scientific experiments, play areas and educational resources that will help visitors of all ages to understand the impossible perspectives, disquieting images and seemingly irreconcilable universes which Escher combined to create a unique artistic dimension.
The new exhibit will amaze visitors as they journey through nine galleries breathtakingly eye-to-eye with sharks, rays and hundreds of species of ocean wildlife. As you explore the exhibit, the wondrous world deep below the ocean surface is revealed, whether it is in the Coral Reef Tunnel, The New York Bight or the dark and mysterious Hudson Canyon’s Edge with large sand tiger sharks, sandbar …
Visitors marvel at homemade gingerbread houses made entirely of edible gingerbread, royal icing, and candy. The houses are drafted, designed, baked, planned, built and decorated by creator Jon Lovitch over the course of an entire year. GingerBread Lane has won the Guinness World Record for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 for the largest gingerbread village.
An all-female fan club for actor James Dean reunites in 1975.
Chef Dana Jacobi teaches how to cook healthy winter dishes.
A trio of shows: "Microcosmitor" presents boundary-defying performance work by Woof Nova,” “Cowboy” by Suga Pie Supreme, and “Sleeping Car Porters” by Title: Point, which explores the myth of Western masculinity.
The Gallery Players present the world premieres of four new short plays.
An artists’ guide to pricing work, budgeting, grant applications, and more!
The crooner celebrates the birthday of composer Jimmy Van Heusen, creator of "Swinging on a Star" and “High Hopes,” accompanied by pianist Pete Sokolow.
An immersive play about the resilient, hopeful residents of The Jungle, a short-lived, self-governing society that emerged within a sprawling refugee camp in Calais, France.
13th A.I.R. Biennial. Curated by Sarah Demeuse and Prem Krishnamurthy.
A work-in-progress musical adaptation of Timothy Donnelly’s long poem will combine a live concert, pre-recorded material, and choreographic elements of parts of the poem as well as a full reading.
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