The Front Room presents Emily Roz’s “Afterglow,” her 4th solo exhibition at the gallery on Manhattan's Lower East Side with an opening reception on Friday, May 19th from 6 pm to 9pm, continuing through June 11, 2017.
With the first trailer for The Last Jedi having just been released, the tenth season of Doctor Who airing now, and Guardians of the Galaxy 2 coming in a couple of weeks, it's the start of what we're calling the summer of sci-fi.
New York at Its Core is a major, multi-media exhibition on New York City’s sweeping 400-year history of growth and transformation opening November 18, 2016, at the Museum of the City of New York. Through more than 400 objects, many from the Museum’s rich collection, as well as interactive digital experiences, you will dive deep into the city’s past and create your own visions for its future.
Blue Room, the first institutional solo exhibition by New York-based artist Frank Heath runs February 17 to March 19, 2017, at the Swiss Institute in Tribeca features a synchronized installation of video works connected by an ominous humor, shadowed by references to surveillance and espionage.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day the New York City way with a range of festivities from Love Themed Museum Wide Scavenger Hunt to private after-hours tours at the Museum of the City of New York during the Three Days of Valentine's on February 11, 12 and 14.
It's becoming another challenging year for skiing in the northeast. The early season was showing such promise with the 2017 Woman's Slalom World Cup kicking off the season at Killington in Vermont the weekend after Thanksgiving. Our hopes swelled for a great season.
UPDATES! The World Cup is here at Killington Resort in Vermont! With U.S. Ski Team superstar Mikaela Shiffrin competing against the best women’s technical alpine skiers in the world, the Beast of the East is the center of the ski universe for November 26 and 27th as it hosts the AUDI FIS SKI WORLD CUP.