Gallery Intrigues Through Obscurity

“Close to the Chest” is the resulting collaboration between graduate students from the Institute of Fine Arts and undergraduates from Steinhardt’s Department of Art and Art Professions as part of the NYU Curatorial Collaborative....

UniverSoul Circus Makes You a Kid Again

The circus has come to New York City. UniverSoul Circus, a traveling, global production is putting on shows in various locations around the area from March 30 to May 30. Full of death-defying stunts,...

Archaeological wonders of King Tut’s tomb recreated for exhibit

Premier Exhibitions, the company behind “Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition,” recently revealed its newest exhibit “The Discovery of King Tut,” which allows visitors to travel back in time and experience the unearthing of the...

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Arts Events This Weekend: April 26 to 28

Finals are just around the corner, and I know y'all are stressing — use one of these arts and entertainment events to get your mind off of that test stress and enjoy the wonderful...

Talking With Dominique Fishback of HBO’s ‘The Deuce’

Dominique Fishback does not shy away from playing the role of a sex worker. Known to her friends and family as “Dom,” the 22-year-old actress and Pace University alum, plays tenderhearted prostitute Darlene on...

Cultural photos on display at Met

Known for his famous “Museum Photographs” — a collection of large color photos depicting people visiting museums, squares and other cultural destinations around the world — German photographer Thomas Struth is one of the...

‘Arrow’ zings back with impressive storyline

The season premiere of “Arrow”  lived up to expectations as a solid episode that had the tough job of bridging the gap between between what the show wants to be Oliver Queen’s origin story...

‘Age of Empires’ Makes the Expansive Palatable

In a particularly strong season for the Metropolitan Museum, “Age of Empires” might be the cream of the crop. The exhibit chronicles the last 50 years of archeological work on art of China’s Qin...

Hollywood history in pictures at MoMI

Hollywood is at a bit of a crossroads. With the transition to digital film, the previously-used celluloid is more of a curiosity than vital tool. The era of Hollywood stars has also seemed to...

“Girls” Attracts More Than Just Girls

NYU's Student Resource Center welcomed students and "Girls" back to New York City on Tuesday, Jan. 31. SRC collaborated with HBO to present a screening of the show "Girls" followed by a Q&A with...

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Arts Events This Weekend: March 28 to 31

Spring has finally sprung, people! This is not a drill! Go outside and do stuff! Steinhardt’s “Opera Now: Three to See” at Provincetown Playhouse, March 28 - 31 Come see Tisch and Steinhardt faculty and students...

Dancing over acting in ‘Flesh and Bone’

The premiere of the Starz limited series “Flesh and Bone” was held at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts last Monday. The show comes from Emmy-winning writer Moira Walley-Beckett and focuses on the...
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