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Knitters will weave a giant textile on site that will wind its way up the museum's staircase.

Midtown »

A mural in the NYPL's iconic Fifth Ave. locations is finally being restored.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

A new sculpture that says "UNDERSTANDING" in neon red lights is coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Cobble Hill »

Listen to Eileen Myles talk at BAM, watch a documentary on Daft Punk, and enjoy a wine soirée. 

Midtown »

Jordan Seiler uses art, welding and a little cunning to combat the pervasiveness of ads in public space.

Lower East Side »

The ribald, oft-inebriated all-male beauty contest returns to the LES after a brief stint in Brooklyn.

East Williamsburg »

Seven Agatha Wojciechowsky surrealist paintings, each worth around $4,000 were missing for several days.

Greenwich Village »

Summer break is a perfect time for your child to become acquainted with the arts.

Bushwick »

The All Youth Vendor Market will take place at the Bushwick Street Art Gallery on Feb. 28.

Garment District »

Mary Ivy Martin's "Arboreal Anxieties" exhibit is on display at Chashama 266 gallery until Feb. 13.

DUMBO »

Artists can submit their work through March 7 to be featured on "The Fence" at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Fort Greene »

"Black Artstory Month" comes to Fort Greene and Clinton Hill on Feb. 1.

Lower East Side »

Snowstorm or not, there are plenty of things to keep you occupied this weekend.

Williamsburg »

Four short films about Los Sures will play at MoMa's PS1 from Jan. 18 to Jan. 23.

Lower East Side »

In "Crossing the Wild Line," New York-based artist Dana Sherwood explores a nature made by humans.