An in-depth interview with the state senate candidate about the value of the arts and what government can do to support them.
AMAZON: Invisible Landscape, at Stand4 Gallery on 78th Street, consists of works by participants in LABVERDE, a residency in the rainforest.
The Dailylife project at Stand4 asks participants to challenge preconceived notions and social conditioning.
Talking with the Bay Ridge artist before her two-person exhibition opens this weekend.
Aside from being an artist, Tamara Zahaykevich has taken on a role as an activist, and is working to create a more sustainable environment amid the outrageous rent increases families, artists and businesses face in NYC.
Talking with playwright Barbara Cassidy about her Bay Ridge-inspired theater piece, her work on “seeing rape,” and more.
From a photographer living and working in his native Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
How local artist Tommy Lombardozzi and the CCD Art & Supply Co. are transforming the Sunset Park bar into a space for pop-up art exhibitions.
Talking with the local artist about her public art and indoor installations, recycled materials in her art, and upcoming projects.
The Bensonhurst artist on her unique torn paper pieces.