Arts and Culture

ARTS, CULTURE & FUN MAKE YOUR MARK: COMMUNITY ART DAY

ARTS, CULTURE & FUN MAKE YOUR MARK: COMMUNITY ART DAY

This fall a multi-purpose space will be installed at Concrete Plant Park to support even more activities at the Park and at the Foodway! The container is your community space! We will paint a mural that celebrates the community and […]

The Bronx Culture Trolley is Back!

The Bronx Culture Trolley is Back!

The Bronx Culture Trolley returns on October 4. The Bronx Culture Trolley is a program of the Bronx Council on the Arts. Hop on our free trolley for guided tours of art galleries, museums and culture centers. An exciting and unique […]

Art in the Air October at Morris Park Library

Art in the Air October at Morris Park Library

Design Trust for Public Space and Staten Island Arts announce the interactive exhibition “Future Culture: Connecting People and Place on Staten Islands North Shore”

Design Trust for Public Space and Staten Island Arts announce the interactive exhibition “Future Culture: Connecting People and Place on Staten Islands North Shore”

Senator Klein Summertime Symphonies

Senator Klein Summertime Symphonies

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Bronx Native Earns Raves for “THE BRONX KILL”

Bronx Native Philip Cioffari Earns Raves for new Novel, The Bronx Kill: A taut, tense, atmospheric tale, The Bronx Kill is now available nationwide   LIVINGSTON, AL – Award-winning novelist Philip Cioffari has earned raves for his latest novel, The Bronx Kill. A thoughtful, thought-provoking, exquisitely […]

by · July 20, 2017 · Arts and Culture, Bulletin Board
Bronx River Festivals and Rambles: The Astonishing History of Starlight Park – July 15th

Bronx River Festivals and Rambles: The Astonishing History of Starlight Park – July 15th

Art in the Park Returns at Joyce Kilmer Park

Art in the Park Returns at Joyce Kilmer Park

Art in the Park Returns by David Greene The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has teamed up with UNIQLO Global for another year of Art in the Parks. Local artists were given grants to produce art in […]

by · July 4, 2017 · Arts and Culture, Parks, Photos
BP Diaz Celebrates Global Hip-Hop Day

BP Diaz Celebrates Global Hip-Hop Day

BP DIAZ CELEBRATES GLOBAL HIP-HOP DAY Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. joined dozens of hip-hop celebrities and hundreds of music lovers to celebrate “Global Hip Hop Day” on Thursday, June 8, 2017, as part of a celebration honoring past […]

Darryl McCray (white hat) joins his fellow graffiti artists from Philadelphia. Photo by David Greene

Old Timer’s Day Held for Legends of Graffiti

Old Timer’s Day Held for Legends of Graffiti by David Greene More than 100 graffiti artists from several states converged on a street in the Allerton section to pay homage to the founders of modern day graffiti. Billed as the […]

Lincoln Center Announces Midsummer Night Swing June 27th – July 15th

Lincoln Center Announces Midsummer Night Swing June 27th – July 15th

LINCOLN CENTER ANNOUNCES MIDSUMMER NIGHT SWING 2017 JUNE 27–JULY 15 New York City’s favorite summer dance party presents 15 evenings, featuring The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra, Binky Griptite, Loser’s Lounge, Harlem Renaissance Orchestra, Joe Bataan, Don Perignon y La Puertorriqueña, […]

Bright Lights, Big City Dance Recital, May 7

Bright Lights, Big City Dance Recital, May 7

Mind Builders Creative Arts Center presents its “Scenes in the City” dance recital at 3 PM on Sunday, May 7 and Saturday, May 13 at Harry S. Truman High School located at 750 Baychester Avenue, Bronx NY 10475. For ticket […]

This April: Thursday Night Jazz at JCAL

This April: Thursday Night Jazz at JCAL

This April: Thursday Night Jazz on April 13, 8pm, 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens NY. Featuring the Ed Cherry Trio. For tickets, call 718-658-7400.

Carnegie Hall Announces Musicians Selected for the 2017 National Youth Orchestra

Carnegie Hall Announces Musicians Selected for the 2017 National Youth Orchestra

CARNEGIE HALL ANNOUNCES THE MUSICIANS SELECTED FOR THE 2017 NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Created by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, Prestigious National Program Recognizes Finest Young Musicians from Across the Country, Ages 16-19 This Summer, […]

Why Federal Arts Funding Matters

Why Federal Arts Funding Matters

The arts are essential to New York City. Our cultural organizations enrich our neighborhoods, inspire and educate our youth, employ thousands of our residents, and attract millions of tourists to this city. And yet President Trump is threatening to turn […]

by · March 12, 2017 · Arts and Culture, Op Ed