Cocktails with a Curator by The Frick Collection

Every Friday at 5:00 p.m., join The Frick Collection as they host Cocktails with a Curator. It’s a virtual happy hour filled with art and insight.

In each episode, one incredible work of art from The Frick Collection is explored in detail.

In addition, recipes for a complimentary cocktail and mocktail are released in advance so that participants can craft their own beverage at home.

The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center. It’s home to an extensive collection renowned for Old Master paintings and incredible examples of European sculpture and decorative art. In addition, the adjacent reference library is one of the leading institutions for research in the fields of art history and collection. The result of such prestige is a world-class experience for its guests.

You can find additional information about Cocktails with a Curator here.

You can find additional background information about The Frick Collection here.

Cocktails with a Curator by The Frick Collection

Every Friday at 5:00 p.m., join The Frick Collection as they host Cocktails with a Curator. It’s a virtual happy hour filled with art and insight.

In each episode, one incredible work of art from The Frick Collection is explored in detail.

In addition, recipes for a complimentary cocktail and mocktail are released in advance so that participants can craft their own beverage at home.

The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center. It’s home to an extensive collection renowned for Old Master paintings and incredible examples of European sculpture and decorative art. In addition, the adjacent reference library is one of the leading institutions for research in the fields of art history and collection. The result of such prestige is a world-class experience for its guests.

You can find additional information about Cocktails with a Curator here.

You can find additional background information about The Frick Collection here.

Cocktails with a Curator by The Frick Collection

Every Friday at 5:00 p.m., join The Frick Collection as they host Cocktails with a Curator. It’s a virtual happy hour filled with art and insight.

In each episode, one incredible work of art from The Frick Collection is explored in detail.

In addition, recipes for a complimentary cocktail and mocktail are released in advance so that participants can craft their own beverage at home.

The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center. It’s home to an extensive collection renowned for Old Master paintings and incredible examples of European sculpture and decorative art. In addition, the adjacent reference library is one of the leading institutions for research in the fields of art history and collection. The result of such prestige is a world-class experience for its guests.

You can find additional information about Cocktails with a Curator here.

You can find additional background information about The Frick Collection here.

Cocktails with a Curator by The Frick Collection

Every Friday at 5:00 p.m., join The Frick Collection as they host Cocktails with a Curator. It’s a virtual happy hour filled with art and insight.

In each episode, one incredible work of art from The Frick Collection is explored in detail.

In addition, recipes for a complimentary cocktail and mocktail are released in advance so that participants can craft their own beverage at home.

The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center. It’s home to an extensive collection renowned for Old Master paintings and incredible examples of European sculpture and decorative art. In addition, the adjacent reference library is one of the leading institutions for research in the fields of art history and collection. The result of such prestige is a world-class experience for its guests.

You can find additional information about Cocktails with a Curator here.

You can find additional background information about The Frick Collection here.

Cocktails with a Curator by The Frick Collection

Every Friday at 5:00 p.m., join The Frick Collection as they host Cocktails with a Curator. It’s a virtual happy hour filled with art and insight.

In each episode, one incredible work of art from The Frick Collection is explored in detail.

In addition, recipes for a complimentary cocktail and mocktail are released in advance so that participants can craft their own beverage at home.

The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center. It’s home to an extensive collection renowned for Old Master paintings and incredible examples of European sculpture and decorative art. In addition, the adjacent reference library is one of the leading institutions for research in the fields of art history and collection. The result of such prestige is a world-class experience for its guests.

You can find additional information about Cocktails with a Curator here.

You can find additional background information about The Frick Collection here.

Treasures from the Permanent Collection

Treasures from the Permanent Collection is a free, interactive spotlight tour hosted by The Morgan Library & Museum.

From the Morgan’s three Gutenberg Bibles to the intricately carved cylinder seals of Ancient Mesopotamia, the Morgan Library’s collection is vast. Join docents as they guide you on an up-close virtual exploration and discussion of one of the many treasures in the institution’s permanent collection.

Please note that the program will take place online and REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to participate using Zoom. The recommendation is to download the app in advance for the best experience.

You can find additional information, including the option to register, here.

You can find additional information about this library included in our post The Ultimate Book Lover’s Guide to New York City here.

Inside the Morgan: Entrance Hall & East Room

Inside the Morgan: Entrance Hall & East Room is a virtual talk and tour. It explores the creation of the splendid interiors of The Morgan Library.

Join Jennifer Tonkovich, Eugene and Clare Thaw Curator of Drawings and Prints, for this lecture celebrating the publication of the final volume of the Inside the Morgan series.

During this talk, there will insights into the collaborative process between Morgan, architect Charles McKim, and the team of artists who worked together to create this Renaissance-style haven.

Please note that the program will take place online and REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to participate using Zoom. The recommendation is to download the app in advance for the best experience.

You can find additional information, including the option to register, here.

You can find additional information about this library included in our post The Ultimate Book Lover’s Guide to New York City here.

Open House New York Weekend

Every October, Open House New York Weekend offers extraordinary access to some of New York City’s most iconic buildings. Many of these sites are off-limits to the public throughout the year.

Open House New York (known by its acronym, OHNY) allows participants to meet the people who design, build, and preserve New York City. The focus is simple: deepen participants’ understanding and appreciation of architecture and urban design. Simultaneously, it seeks to open dialogue about planning, preservation, infrastructure, and contemporary design that will impact the city far into the future.

OHNY Weekend offers two types of access: open and reserved. Open access sites are available to everyone, though there may be hours restrictions. Reserved sites only offer access limited to only those with reservations. Sites range from historical to contemporary and residential to industrial across all five New York City boroughs.

Open House New York Weekend visits may include tours, talks, performances, and other special events throughout the weekend.

Mark your calendars for two very important dates. On October 1st 2019, during “The Big Reveal”, the full lineup of more than 300 sites is released to the public. Then, on October 7th, reservations are open to the public at 11:00 pm EST.

Remember, ten’s of thousands of visitors attend OHNY each year, so tickets can go very quick. Don’t miss your chance to get in on the fun and explore the city in a whole new way.

Check dates, times, and participating locations, as well as make reservations for limited access sites here.

For a comprehensive guide to Open House New York, check out our post here.

Photoville Presented by United Photo Industries

Now in its 7th year, Photoville is the largest annual photographic event in New York City. Free and open to the public (all ages and pet-friendly), this immersive photography festival presented by United Photo Industries showcases the work of over 600 visual artists, in conjunction with over 100 curatorial partners, and offers photographers of all stripes the opportunity to come together and interact with a large, diverse audience.

Some of the Photoville’s highlights include nighttime projection programs, hands-on workshops, an eduction day for New York City middle and high school students, panel discussions and talks, tents with vendors, family-friendly photo activities, publishers and gear demonstrations, a community photo book store, tintype portraits, and a beer garden with a range of food vendors supported by Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Brewery.

As in previous years, Photoville will be located in Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO, transforming Brooklyn Bridge Plaza into an incredible modular galleries consisting of a network of more than 65 re-purposed shipping containers.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop, check out our post on last year’s Photoville here.

You can find general information about Photoville here, including directions, FAQ, and hours of operation.

Photoville Presented by United Photo Industries

Now in its 7th year, Photoville is the largest annual photographic event in New York City. Free and open to the public (all ages and pet-friendly), this immersive photography festival presented by United Photo Industries showcases the work of over 600 visual artists, in conjunction with over 100 curatorial partners, and offers photographers of all stripes the opportunity to come together and interact with a large, diverse audience.

Some of the Photoville’s highlights include nighttime projection programs, hands-on workshops, an eduction day for New York City middle and high school students, panel discussions and talks, tents with vendors, family-friendly photo activities, publishers and gear demonstrations, a community photo book store, tintype portraits, and a beer garden with a range of food vendors supported by Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Brewery.

As in previous years, Photoville will be located in Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO, transforming Brooklyn Bridge Plaza into an incredible modular galleries consisting of a network of more than 65 re-purposed shipping containers.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop, check out our post on last year’s Photoville here.

You can find general information about Photoville here, including directions, FAQ, and hours of operation.