Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Art

Sing for Hope Unveils 500th Piano

By Michael Izquierdo Whether you’re eager to play the piano in front of a live audience or looking to admire originally-designed artwork, the Sing for Hope Pianos project returns...

NYCxDesign Launches the New Downtown Design District

NYCxDESIGN is officially coming to Lower Manhattan from May 10-22 with the launch of a new Downtown Design District supported by The Alliance for Downtown New York.  The District made its debut...
Martinique Series by Vivian Springford, 1974, courtesy Vallarino Fine Art.

Art New York comes to Pier 94

Whether you are looking to enhance your art collection or just absorb some art inspiration, the 5th edition of Art New York is just the ticket. The fair includes works by Jean...

Celebrate Earth Day with Art and More from Earth Day Initiative

Earth Day Initiative, a non-profit that promotes environmental awareness and solutions through partnerships with schools, community organizations, businesses, and government agencies, announced the expansion of its Do Just 1 Thing campaign leading...

Dinner Parties with a Side of Art from Chefanie and Victory Club

Stephanie Nass, better known as Chefanie, has found a way to combine her loves of art, cooking, and matching through her catering company and inventive products, including Chefanie Sheets that let her...
Artwork created by Pierre Fraiture, and Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, to benefit Luv Michael Foundation for Autism.

The Strokes Nikolai Fraiture and his brother perform at 7 WTC, to benefit autism

On April 3, Downtown Magazine attended a live art performance by Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, and his brother Pierre, a New York City artist. It was a captivating evening.