Let the sun in.
Hurricane Sandy has passed but the damage has left many people in need. Make a contribution or donate your time to the many cultural organizations recovering from Hurricane Sandy such as The Kitchen or PowerHouse Arena. For a look at volunteer opportunities, check out Occupy Sandy.
One man’s detritus is another man’s latest exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum. Don’t miss Gabriel Orozco’s Asterisms, a bi-coastal meditation on wildlife, Astroturf, and industrial waste. The exhibit opens today and runs through January 13th.
Looking to support emerging artists? Head on over to Pratt Institute’s MFA Open Studios today or tomorrow to get an exclusive look at works in progress and works for sale.
Morningside Heights Public Library is hosting the debut of Urban Diaries, an exhibition of Anna Shukeylo’s paintings.
The long awaited documentary, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, featuring Memphis band Big Star is playing at the DOC NYC Film Festival.
Story-making machines? Lipograms? Palindromes? How about a workshop of potential literature? Attend a writing salon at the Brooklyn Museum and refine your OULIPO skills.
Bastards of Representation, a survey show of 20 contemporary artists from the Phillipines makes its US debut at Queens Museum of Art
Here and Elsewhere: The Films of anthropologist Jean Rouch are screening at Anthology Film Archives for the month of November.