Sotheby's And Burning Man Collaborate On Auction To Help Annual Festival Bounce Back From COVID CancellationsWhat might be considered an unusual partnership is setting the art world on fire.
Artist Says Jersey City Sculpture Should Inspire Silent Self-ReflectionThe 80-foot statue, named Water's Soul, overlooks the Hudson River.
'Art In The Park' Celebrates National Public Lands Day At Paterson Great Falls National Historic ParkNational Public Lands Day is the nation's largest single day volunteer effort, and children got to celebrate with Art in the Park.
Broadway Coming Back With Diverse Voices On And Off Stage: 'This Is Just The Beginning'Fans from all over the world travel to Broadway, and the push is on to have more diversity among the talented teams putting on the shows.
'Curtain Up!' Festival Celebrates Broadway's Reopening With 3-Day Festival In Times SquareThe packaged schedule on two stages kicked off at noon Friday in Duffy Square.
Broadway Reopening Means Back To Work For Thousands Of New Yorkers: 'All Of Us... Missed This So Much'The industry supports nearly 97,000 jobs across the city. From actors to ushers, they have been living in uncertainty.
'A Magic Day:' Broadway Fans Excited As Top Shows Return Tuesday Following 18-Month Shutdown"Hamilton," "Lion King," "Wicked," "Chicago" and "Lakwanna Blues" all return Tuesday.
Leslie Odom Jr. Announced As Host For 'The Tony Awards Present: Broadway's Back!' On CBS And Paramount+The special will celebrate the return to live theater and commemorate the 74th Annual Tony Awards for the 2019-2020 season in a four-hour television and streaming event.
New Jersey Artist Expresses Affinity For Bonsai Trees Through Unique SculpturesColts Neck artist Richard Taylor said he always had an affinity for bonsai trees.
9/11 Commemorative Artwork Unveiled Ahead Of AnniversaryLimited-edition prints were sold to benefit the National September 11th Memorial and Museum.
New York City High School Students Express Pain, Stand Up To Hate Through Art CompetitionMore than 60 students from dozens of city high schools entered the competition with the theme “Art Will Defeat Hate.”
Puppets Of New York: Gallery Showcases History And Lasting Power Of Art FormSome of New York City's first known puppets came packed in the luggage of European immigrants, like Punch and Judy.
Broadway Returns After Nearly 17-Month Shutdown With 1st Performances Of 'Pass Over'The performance was a significant step for performers, fans, and everyone who relies on the billion dollar industry.
Honorees Announced For 44th Kennedy Center Lifetime Artistic Achievement AwardsThe recipients are Justino Diaz, Berry Gordy, Lorne Michaels, Bette Midler and Joni Mitchell.
Tribeca Festival Returns With Highly Anticipated 'In The Heights' PremiereWashington Heights plays a big role in the story, helping shine a light and change the narrative about the community.