This weekend we held our last saturday workshop of the season. Ten students from the LAB Middle school had the opportunity to discover Japanese arts and culture. In the morning, we visited the Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints exhibition at the Japan Society in Manhattan. Then, students took part of a workshop
Randy Kennedy’s recent article in the New York Times “Outside the Citadel, Social Practice Art Is Intended to Nurture” (March 20/13) raised some interesting questions regarding Public Art and Social Practice Art. Surely, as Mr. Kennedy states, in the art form “known primarily as social practice, its practitioners freely blur the lines among object making,
Why was Heard NY so successful? We went to see the performance by Nick Cave at Grand Central. Vanderbilt Hall was so packed it was hard to get to a spot where you could as much as take a peak at the action. The hall, with its high vaulted ceilings, is a beautiful, if unusual,
For those of you who might have missed it last fall, we have made a short video recapping Krzysztof Wodiczko’s Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection.