Museums in New York, NY - Page 16

Find museums in New York, NY. Listings include The Street Museum, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Jewish Museum, The Jewish Museum Travel Program, Museum of American Finance and A Night on the Town Theater Trips. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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  • 05/31/20
    Excerpt from the book “Adamant” by Nicholas Roerich. ⠀ For the full text, please go to our website, roerich.org. The image depicted is “Karakirghizes,” painted by Roerich in 1932.
    > Nicholas Roerich Museum
  • 05/30/20
    In Roerich’s “Himalayas,” (1933-34) are some of the many album leaf sketches Roerich made of mountain peaks emerging from mist. For Roerich, snowy peaks were sacred because they were separate from the...
    > Nicholas Roerich Museum
  • 05/30/20
    Can you see where the Red-rumped Parrot (Psephotus haematonotus) gets its name? This colorful bird is native to south-eastern Australia where it lives in a variety of habitats such as forests, grassla...
    > American Museum of Natural History
  • 05/30/20
    Pigeons are Black Doves is among a series of banners multidisciplinary artist Cauleen Smith created in response to the proliferation of videotaped shootings of black men and youths. Smith produced the...
    > MAD | Museum of Arts and Design
  • 05/30/20
    Looking to keep kids engaged with design during social distancing? Build imaginative new worlds to craft and play in at home with Cardboard Architecture! In this DIY activity from the Heimbold Family ...
    > ASF + Scandinavia House
  • 05/30/20
    Exhibit of the Day: the lanternfishes in the Museum’s Hall of Ocean Life! Lanternfishes have patterns of light-emitting photophores that advertise their species and sex to potential mates. There are a...
    > American Museum of Natural History
  • 05/30/20
    Meet the Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula)! This “birb” has a wide range across parts of Europe and Asia, inhabiting a variety of forests and woodlands. Males are notable for their bold black, white, and ...
    > American Museum of Natural History
  • 05/29/20
    It’s Friday. Time to treat yourself and #grabyourgoblet! #CristinaDias Criatura #6, 2007 Silicone rubber, pigment, fiber, steel wire _________ #MADCollection #MuseumFromHome
    > MAD | Museum of Arts and Design
  • 05/29/20
    On this day, May 29th, in 1913, the ballet 'The Rite of Spring’ premiered at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris. The music, composed by Igor Stravinsky, caused a scandal because of its dissonance...
    > Nicholas Roerich Museum
  • 05/29/20
    #OneWTC shining in the skyline, captured by @maximusupinnyc
    > One World Trade Center
  • 05/29/20
    Earlier this year, streetwear designer, model, and Gucci collaborator Dapper Dan joined Museum at FIT Director Valerie Steele for an intimate conversation at FIT. Dapper Dan discussed his now-legendar...
    > Fashion Institute of Technology
  • 05/29/20
    This is the final weekend to submit your application for the 2021 Burke Prize! Don’t miss your chance to be considered for this unrestricted award of $50,000 and a major exhibition with a select group...
    > MAD | Museum of Arts and Design
  • 05/29/20
    We’re venturing to Canada’s Barren Lands for today’s Exhibit of the Day: the Wolverine diorama! This is prime wolverine country: cool, remote, and with room to roam. Wolverines are tireless nomads, tr...
    > American Museum of Natural History
  • 05/29/20
    "A documentary that feels like an elegant fairy tale." Check out this Vox review of "The Painter and the Thief," streaming now via Scandinavia House and NEON! Read about it in the review, and stream i...
    > ASF + Scandinavia House