If you’re looking for something to do this Memorial Day weekend, you’re in the right place! We’ve compiled a short list of recommendations—everything from exhibitions to Youtube videos—that are worth checking out.
“Highly recommend the new Beth B Film about Ida Applebroog. It’s going to be showing soon at the Metrograph… great venue.”
—Kate Taverna, Art in the Twenty-First Century Editor
Showing June 10th-16th in NYC
“Tala Madani’s show at MIT List Visual Arts Center is stunning!”
—Tina Kukielski, Executive Director
Open till July 17th in Cambridge, Mass.
“It’s Summertime. Time to watch movies AND be outdoors. Rooftop Films takes care of both those needs in some very unexpected venues in all five boroughs. I’m recommending the Dangerous Docs shorts program at Metrotech Commons in Brooklyn.”
—Nick Ravich, Director of Production
Friday, June 24th in Downtown Brooklyn
“British Pathé newsreels on YouTube—featuring artists and exhibitions from the early and mid-20th century—are a delightful way for insomniacs like me to enjoy art after midnight.”
—Wesley Miller, Curator