“I love music and art, so I was excited to hear about Solange Knowles’ recent piece at the Guggenheim. This intersection of performance art and music within a museum space is fascinating!”

– Jon

Read more here.

“Kid power rocks the art world!”

– Jesse

Read more about the Met’s annual exhibit of art from local NYC public school students here.

 

 

“I love how this filmmaker captured something new in the Grand Canyon, a place visited and photographed by more than five million people each year.  It’s poetic to see the clouds trapped as waves. Sometimes it’s not about the phenomena or experience itself, but how you choose to look at it.”

- Sabrina

Watch the video here:

“I’m excited and intrigued by the way VR is working its way into the world—in this case all-encompassing virtual experiences complete with actors, recreated African bush settings and claustrophobic rooms to draw us into the films. Designers and film-makers are working to bridge the gap between mind and body through these installations—rolling up their sleeves, putting on the headset and diving in. ”

- Helen

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What happens when you let people go wild on a blank canvas. Such an insight into this crazy world of humans!

- Helen

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“Brilliant creative thinking. I’m not sure I like the idea of having skyscrapers clutter up the sky. And I’m wondering how we get up and down from this building. That said, I love that someone thought of this and then went and did the work to prove it’s viability. Now I’m challenged – what brilliant, out of the box idea have I come up with lately? I’m working on it.” – Jesse

Read more here.

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With a record-setting attendance — the most for the Hirshhorn in 40 years – Infinity Mirrors plays with the contrasting ideas of selfie culture and “self-obliteration”, while challenging the artist to see the work through visitors’ eyes.

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Incredible move by MoMA.  In a not so subtle response to the anti-immigration actions of late, MoMA has clearly stated that art and the art world stands in opposition to any kind of limiting or exclusion.

Read more here.

“We love all things OK Go—a powerhouse of creativity and new thinking.” – Jesse

Watch the band’s latest music video here:

This tiny, tiny space, down an alley between Franklin and White Streets in Lower Manhattan, houses rotating and permanent collections of objects “overlooked, dismissed, or ignored.”  Mmuseumm’s past exhibitions include Personal Possessions Found in the Pacific, Paper Works Found in Copying Machines, and Homemade Weapons of Defense.

Creativity around every corner.

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Visit Mmuseumm’s website here.