Opening Night at City Ballet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v19PaQ6XF48 The New York City Ballet opened its 17/18 Season Tuesday night with a revival of the seminal ballet, “Swan Lake,” with reconstructed choreography by Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins. “Swan Lake” is one...

UVL Follows in the Footsteps of Great Past Performances

The Skirball Center for the Performing Arts was packed for NYU’s 13th annual UltraViolet Live on Thursday night. The show, which was put together by the university’s Inter-Residence Hall Council, is the final round...

‘Surround’ exhibit confuses, intrigues

The New Museum’s third triennial, “Surround Audience,” is wall-to-wall art. It creates a strange feeling of entrapment, as if visitors cannot escape the art. The show’s curators — video artist Ryan Trecartin and former...

Exhibit proves shocking, thrilling

“Chris Ofili: Night and Day,” the New Museum’s retrospective of the controversial British artist, opens with a shock to the system, the kind that makes it easy to forget that the rest of the...

Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

This winter, the Nohra Haime Gallery is exhibiting Julie Hedrick’s latest work “Alchemy.” The exhibition centers around efforts by philosophers, scientists and other experts in ancient and medieval times to transform metals such as...

Staff Recs: Best Inaugural Protest Signs

Our Deputy Social Media Editor Phoebe Kuo snapped the above photo above while she attended the Emergency Rally at Washington Square Park on Wednesday. "It seems like a very odd protest slogan, but the protester...

Student ‘Shot by AR-15’ Subway Campaign Challenges Gun Violence

School of Visual Arts seniors Ji Kim and Andy Koo wanted to raise awareness about gun violence — specifically at the hands of the AR-15. As two students in art school, they decided teh...

Joan Rivers’ feminist legacy still felt today

The world was robbed of a loud voice, a brilliant mind and an unmatched work ethic earlier this year when Joan Rivers died on Sept. 4. Yet, for Rivers, who spent decades speaking about...

‘Parks and Recreation’ star speaks at bookstore

At his book talk at the Union Square Barnes & Noble on Sept. 12, Nick Offerman, of NBC’s hit sitcom “Parks and Recreation,” had much to say about an array of matters including ballet,...

Starry Nights and Violet Lights

Inauguration Week was all about celebrating Andrew Hamilton as the 16th president of NYU through a series of events ranging from free food at Kimmel to a projected visual artwork under the stars at...

Museum of Feelings makes you feel things

  At Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City, a pulsing, colorful pop-up museum has been mesmerizing New Yorkers since Nov. 24. The Museum of Feelings, a temporary art exhibit that is in partnership...

Tisch Sophomores Impress in New Web Series ‘TBH’

In the first episode of “TBH,” a web series written by and starring Tisch sophomores Sarah Sampino and Sabra Kojis, Sampino’s character Ashley meets a guy she likes on a trip to what definitely...
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