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    “Perry Chen: Y2K+15,” Dec. 12 at New Museum

    December 2, 2014

    Fifteen years after the turn of the millennium, artist Perry Chen invites audiences to join him in exploring the phenomenon and legacy of Y2K as an inquiry into our entanglement with technology and its rapidly increasing complexity. Through television footage and books produced in the run-up to Y2K, Chen will illuminate the cultural backdrop of […]

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    Can’t make it to Sweden? Watch the Summit in NYC!

    November 3, 2014

    For the first time ever, we’re holding the Creative Time Summit outside of New York this year. But faithful locals, we have you covered! Our friends at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics are hosting a NYC screening of this year’s Summit, as well as additional programming including a special response panel crossing […]

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    Passport 2014: A Full-Day Art Celebration Benefiting Creative Time

    October 15, 2014

    Join us and The New Yorker on November 8 for a day-long immersion in New York’s vibrant downtown arts scene. Stops along this self-guided gallery crawl through the Lower East Side and SoHo include art demonstrations and other interactive attractions. Along the way, guests receive artist-designed stamps in their custom-made “passports” to document the journey. […]

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    Anne Pasternak to Lecture at Smith College on Oct. 21

    October 14, 2014

    Our visionary leader, President and Artistic Director Anne Pasternak, is speaking next Tuesday, October 21, 7pm in Smith College’s Wright Hall. Free and open to the public, Anne’s talk is part of the Miller Lecture Series, established at Smith College Museum of Art in order to bring a leading artist, architect, or art historian once […]

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    Time-Traveling to a Corner of Brooklyn: Holland Cotter on Black Radical Brooklyn

    October 8, 2014

    On the cover of today’s New York Times arts section, venerable critic Holland Cotter published a thoughtful review of Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn. “It’s only on view through Sunday,” he wrote in closing. “But its restorative spirit should be kept alive, in place, from here on.” Come out to Bed-Stuy and […]