Exhibition | Through Sep 30, 2023
Food in New York: Bigger Than the Plate.
Presented by the Museum of the City of New York, this exhibition will examine the challenging nodes and networks of the city’s food systems. Anchored around issues of sustainability, labor justice, and equitable access to food, the show will explore the ways in which artists and designers are developing solutions to these global and local challenges.
Exhibition | Through Sep 18, 2023
City of Faith Religion, Activism, and Urban Space
Presented by the Museum of the City of New York City, this exhibition looks under the surface of New York’s image as a secular city and maps the complex and often surprising relationships that connect religion to public space.
Exhibition | Through Jul 9, 2023
Climate in Crisis: Environmental Change in the Indigenous Americas
This installation highlight the complex worldviews of Indigenous peoples and explore how their beliefs, practices, and ways of living have been impacted by the ongoing threat of environmental destruction.
Exhibition | Through May 21, 2023
Hip-Hop Conscious, Unconscious
Legend has it that the culture of hip-hop kicked off in a Bronx basement party on August 11, 1973, giving hip-hop an official birthday. Fifty years later, Hip-Hop: Conscious, Unconscious explores the people, places, and things that hip-hop has delivered unto us. Together with Mass Appeal, Fotografiska has created the definitive destination to celebrate hip-hop’s global impact on visual expression – an immersive experience bringing together a community of artists that have documented this cultural phenomenon.
Live Music | Feb 12, 2023
Classical Interludes: Harlem Chamber Players
Presented by the Brooklyn Public Library. The Harlem Chamber Players is an ethnically diverse collective of professional musicians dedicated to bringing high-caliber, affordable and accessible live classical music to people in the Harlem community and beyond. In addition, The Harlem Chamber Players builds diverse audiences for classical music in general through community and educational outreach, as well as through collaborations with Harlem's other arts organizations, schools and cultural institutions, while creating opportunities for classically trained musicians of color.
Exhibition | Ongoing
Raise Your Voice
Presented by the Museum of the City of New York. This installation mixes selections from the public art campaign “We Are More,” depicting the resiliency of NYC's Asian American and Pacific Islander community, with original artwork of activists and allies Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X.