NID:NID:NID:NID:NID:NID:NID:NID:NID: Art, Galleries & Museums | Culture Craver Loading... Explore Opening Soon Explore By Date Buzz Blog About Our Philosophy FAQ Contact Us Partner WIth Us Sign In Search Art, Galleries & Museums Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Collections Central Brooklyn Children's Museum Collections Central features a rotating selection from the museum’s collection of 29,000 historic and artistic works. Exhibit interactives invite visitors to learn by taking on the roles of curator... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Malcolm Cochran: Private Passage Hudson River Park At Pier 97 Created by artist Malcolm Cochran, Private Passage is a distinctive sculpture consisting of a 30’ x 8’6” wine bottle resting on its side, within which is a representation of an interior stateroom... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Open Studios Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Sundays,* 1–4 pm ... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Seaport Walking Tours - April 2016 South Street Seaport Museum New York The South Street Seaport Museum announces Seaport Walking Tours, illuminating the hidden, forgotten, and overlooked histories of New York’s original seaport. Starting on Thursday, April 21, 2016... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Shara Hughes: Trips I've Never Been On Marlborough Gallery - Chelsea Made up of roughly a dozen new works, the show represents both a fearless expansion and considered refinement of Hughes’ formal and conceptual modes. The paintings can loosely be described as... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! The Art of Science: Works on Paper by Gloria Garfinkel New York Hall of Science View prints by Gloria Garfinkel spanning over 20 years and inspired by the night sky. The exhibition was organized through Katharine T. Carter & Associates. ... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Totally Tots Open Arts Studio! Brooklyn Children's Museum 10:00 AM- 1 PM ... -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! Urs Fischer: Misunderstandings in the Quest for the Universal Gagosian Gallery - Madison Avenue -- Art - PASTRATE IT!CRAVE IT! William Shakespeare Sculpture Central Park William Shakespeare was the first sculpture of a writer to be placed on the Mall, known informally as Literary Walk. It is fitting that two famous nineteenth-century actors, James Morrison Steele... -- add Discover More of What You'll Love 646 558 3838 Add an Event FAQ Invite Others Partner With Us © 2016 Craver Inc.