Marianopolis Arts Trip

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“I'm looking forward to seeing Crimson Peak this week. It reminded me that Guillermo has a few of my paintings in his collection. There are 3 in the…”

Neue Galerie | Early 20th c. German and Austrian art and design

Museum for German and Austrian art from the early twentieth century. Located at Fifth Avenue and Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

Cathedral of Saint John the Divine | See http://www.stjohndivine.org/files/uploads/Welcome_2012.pdf for the welcome brochure.

A much easier trip than the others I pinned, too! Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

20 foot segment of the berlin wall | 520 madison lobby

20 foot segment of the berlin wall

St. Thomas Church | Fifth Ave. at 53rd

Gerre Hancock Organist & Master of Choirsters at St. Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue plays "Come, Labor On", a hymn so closely associated with St.

diane arbus | met breuer

The Met Breuer is the Museum's space dedicated to modern and contemporary art.

soundwalk 9.09 | met to met breuer

Audio record your nine-minute, nine-second walk from The Met Breuer to the Main Building and participate in John Luther Adams's composition Soundwalk

explore street art in nyc | a pocket map from huffington post

The American artist Keith Haring died today in 1990 at the age of Here's his Houston Street and Bowery mural in Manhattan which he painted during the summer of 1982

Sleep No More | Immersive performance. See sleepnomorenyc.com for more information.

Jordan Morley as the Boy Witch, in the trailer for the roving revival of 'Macbeth' from the English theatre company, Punchdrunk, Jordan is muse to the artist Clive Hicks-Jenkins and will feature in his forthcoming 'Dark Movements' exhibition

Museum of Arts and Design | 2 Columbus Circle | MAD explores the blur zone between art, design, and craft, focusing on contemporary creativity and the ways in which artists and designers from around the world transform materials through processes ranging from the artisanal to the digital.

NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial In July the Museum of Arts and Design inaugurates NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial, an exhibition that spotlights the creative communities thriving across the five boroughs today.