America's best teen artists and WNYC's RadioLoveFest are on offer this weekend.
Venus Over Manhattan is hosting a retrospective of Brooklyn gallery The Journal.
The "Dream. Think. Do!" showcase put student work at the center of the daylong festival at P.S. 191.
Jeffrey Reid paints portraits of famous African-American leaders and artists.
Shakespeare and shuffleboard are on our agenda this week.
"World's Fairs: Lost Utopias" will mark the 50th anniversary of the 1964 New York World's Fair.
The 15th annual art walk opened up studios over the weekend.
The New York Academy of Art will exhibit its graduating students' final projects from May 20 to June 7.
Vira Lynn Jones owns about 4,000 art pieces from Africa and wants to open a formal museum.
TOAST, the 18th annual Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, takes place May 9 to 12.
More than 20 pieces by artist Jean-Michel Basquiat are on display at Acquavella Galleries.
Gagosian Gallery's Madison Avenue outpost will host the exhibit beginning May 8.
Helly Nahmad wants to teach homeless kids about modern art rather than go to prison, documents show.
The 13th annual arts festival will bring free music and dance performances to Lower Manhattan.
Sketches of famous trials, and infamous criminals, are being shown in the Financial District.
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