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Highly recommended–– is a magazine you should know, and if you're in New York, this weekend's conference is one to attend:
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Mosaic Magazine Oct 15
at Bronx Museum Saturday, 11/17/2018 This years's conference will explore the current wave of women's empowerment and how it's been historically reflected in the arts. .
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Cool Culture Nov 9
Exploring diasporic identities & his relationship to the US, presents the work of artist Christoper K. Ho in "Aloha to the World at the Don Ho Terrace." :
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Bronx Museum Nov 11
You're invited to the opening reception for Eddie Martinez White Outs, Wednesday 11\14, 6pm. Widely recognized for his large scale paintings that incorporate silkscreens of blown up…
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Bronx Museum Nov 9
Tonight 6pm. Bronx Speaks: Goddess Haus of De La Blanca Anniversary Mini Ball. Tickets
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Artforum Nov 7
“I’ve been pacing my studio thinking about the artist as content manager. How do artists manage ‘content’?” Rochelle Feinstein talks about her survey
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frieze Nov 7
Following his show at the , Hera Chan asks: Who Really is Christopher K. Ho?
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AmericanAcademyRome Nov 5
The will open “Rochelle Feinstein: Image of an Image” on November 7. Over the last four decades, Feinstein (2018 Fellow) has probed the relevance of the abstract painting tradition vis-à-vis a rapidly changing cultural environment
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frieze Oct 31
Who really is Christopher K. Ho? With a show at , disguise, diasporic identity and dolphins collide in the New York-based artist’s work
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Carmen Phillips Oct 27
“I write for young girls of color, for girls who don’t even exist yet, so that there is something there for them when they arrive.” — Sending Sister Ntozake’s spirit love and warmth as she joins the ancestors. “For Colored Girls,” she did it for us. RIP.
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Bronx Museum Oct 26
Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the launch party for the new Block Gallery (named in honor of BxMA's late executive director Holly Block) and its residency studios for AIM alum at 80 White St.
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GothamToGo Oct 25
Tonight! opens its doors in at the new incubator space in the historic 80 White Street building.
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Jimmy Van Bramer Oct 22
Great visit this afternoon at the with my terrific colleague and the museum’s new director Deborah Cullen. The work, including that of Manuel Mendive, was impressive - as is Deborah!
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Bronx Museum Oct 21
There's always a place for you here in the Bronx.
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AmericanAcademyRome Oct 19
The will open “Rochelle Feinstein: Image of an Image” on November 7. Over the last four decades, Feinstein (2018 Fellow) has probed the relevance of the abstract painting tradition vis-à-vis a rapidly changing cultural environment
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Bronx Museum Oct 11
Tonight 10/11, 7p Free! Beats and biographies around the importance of immigration and the struggle for equity within the American Dream. Global Fellowship and DREAMers will collaboratively tell their stories.
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Bronx Museum Oct 10
Tonight 7PM at Eddie’s Place African Market 5 E 167th St, Bronx, NY 10452 Join BxMA for the first of 2 nights of beats and biographies around the importance of immigration & the struggle for equity & rights within the American Dream.
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Bronx Museum Oct 7
The will be closed on Columbus Day, Monday, October 8. @ Bronx Museum of the Arts
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Bronx Museum Oct 5
Tonight, 7pm Friday, 10/5, 6pm. BxMA presents in partnership with Carnegie Hall, First Fridays! The Pedrito Martinez Group at the Bronx Museum. Free Event.
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Bronx Museum Oct 4
Applications for the 39th cycle of Artist in the Marketplace/AIM are being accepted through October 8
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