Open up your ears and eyes and turn your art lovin’ on.
It’s like Christmas came early AND Halloween came early, all on the same day! Head out to the Music Hall of Williamsburg and debauch the night away at Cherylween V: Christmas, the latest party hosted by the infamous artist collective CHERYL.
The Museum of Arts and Design is screening animation works by a self-taught animator, Martha Colburn who is known for her collage-style animations. Her “horrific and beautiful” work will surely get you in the mood for Halloween.
Listen in on some of top art critics discussing current shows at The Review Panel at The National Academy.
Check out the second half of Reel China@ NYU 6th Biennial film screening at the NYU Tisch school: Michelson Theater.
We don’t provide earplugs.
The prolific career of songwriter and musician Paul Williams is being commemorated with a retrospective at the Museum of the Moving Image. Check out the documentary, Paul Williams: Still Alive. Williams will be in attendance!
30 plays in 60 minutes “performed from a perspective of absolute honesty.” The New York Neo-Futurists presents, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, an ad-lib, unreproducible performance every Friday and Saturday at the Kraine Theatre.