BY Emily Rems in Artsy on Apr 02, 2009 |
Hey theater lovers! This great girly production of The Oath, written by Jacqueline Goldfinger and directed by MTWorks Executive Director Cristina Alicea is about to debut in NYC on April 23rd, and if you use the promo-code BUST when purchasing tickets online at Theatermania.com , the tickets will be $14.00 (regular price is $18.00)!
Here's a little about the production to getcha in the mood:
'In this Southern Gothic tale, a wandering preacher is embroiled ... Read More
BY Web Intern in Artsy on Apr 01, 2009 |
Women have always been an imperative part of the urban art scene, with legends like Claw Money and Fafi making their mark on cities around the world. And although cities are making it more and more difficult for artists to put up their work in public places, they've still found ways to stay relevant and continue creating compelling art. Claw Money has her eponymous, ultra cool fashion line , Fafi did a collaboration with MAC Cosmetics, designing some insanely cool ... Read More
BY Team Intern in Artsy on Mar 30, 2009 |
Video artist, photographer, and writer Yuko Sueta has been battling metastasized breast cancer for 4 years, and there will be a silent art auction benefit and raffle for her.
Yuko is bed-ridden and can no longer work.
The auction and raffle will be held at Participant Inc., starting at 4pm. If you can't make it to the benefit, it's OK. Donations will be accepted, large or small.Please visit http://www.yuko.2020project.com to learn more about Yuko Sueta, ... Read More
BY Laurie in Artsy on Mar 26, 2009 |
One of my most favorite living designers, Mike Mills (not the REM dude) is speaking at The Strand on Friday night in NYC. He's got a new book published by D.A.P. and will be having a conversation with cute curator Tim Barber. If you are not familiar with Mills, get googling! He is a super talented guy, and besides being an amazing graphic designer and visual artist has directed several films (Thumbsucker) and music videos (Air, Yoko, Blonde Redhead) and not to ... Read More