March 4, 2017

As part of my "NYC's Alternative Spaces" class for my cultural studies major, we visited the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Spaces (MoRUS) in the Lower East side. The museum, opened in 2012 in the store front of C-squat, a famous punk squat on Avenue C. The MoRUS exhibit pr...

March 1, 2017

For Black history month I attended the opening night of the Bronx Rising! Black History Month Double-Header: Afro-Latino Identities at the Bronx Music Heritage Center in the South Bronx. This event, which I found through the wonderful City Lore website, was a beautiful...

January 30, 2017

The Pipilotti Rist video exhibit "Open my Glades (Flatten)" at Time Square, as part of the the Midnight Moments project, is a multichannel mega video installation in one of the most commercial, crowded, and overwhelming area not just in the city, but in the world. I pe...

December 17, 2016

In response to my studies of semiotics and signs, I developed a concept that revolved around using music as a drawing medium. The final form of the sculpture changed but the concept/question remained the same throughout: How can music create an image without needing th...

November 14, 2016

For a photography project I began developing I planned to visit the Museum of the City of New York, but fell ill and was unable to go. I looked at the exhibition "South Bronx" by Mel Rosenthal and was inspired to research his work.

Photographer Mel Rosenthal was born in...

November 7, 2016

"How can identity and individuality be revealed through the modern American's desire to celebrate Halloween?"

Reflection

Due to the amount of work my friends and I had on the night of Halloween, we we unable to go out and celebrate on October 31st, a Monday night. T...

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