Arts (Page 4)
Occupy Wall Street uses art as a form of protest
The "No Comment" art exhibit brings protest art to Wall Street for 24 hours.
Art in Odd Places brings humour, smiles and memories to 14th street
Artists incorporate ritual practice in their pieces to explore topics from politics and culture, to individuality and community.
The art of photojournalism honored in NoHo
The Openhouse Gallery in Soho, is showcasing the New York Press Photographers Association’s annual exhibit, The Year in Pictures 2010.
MetroCard artist sparks debate over use of discarded transit materials
MTA officials have had several run-ins with artists over copyright infringement.
Broadway finds new ways to go green
The Broadway Green Alliance encourages environmentally friendly practices at city theaters.
Brooklyn artists exchange arts education for church studio space
Local bands join forces with parish school to celebrate the arts.
Travel restrictions might prevent some artists from attending Si Cuba festival
Cuban-Americans struggle between celebrating culture and condemning politics.
Broadway shows expand audiences via social media
Broadway shows "The Book of Mormon” and “Chicago” use social media to appeal to theater lovers and broaden their audience.
Cuban music alive in Midtown
Yuka Seka play traditional Cuban music at the Habana Room in midtown.
Philadelphia Life: Walnut Street Theatre “getting better with age”
The oldest theater in the country has the largest subscription base.