12TH NEW YORK TELEVISION FESTIVAL WRAPS AFTER 6 DAYS, 93 EVENTS AND MORE THAN 550 MEETINGS CONNECTING INDEPENDENT TV CREATORS WITH INDUSTRY DECISION-MAKER

    Winners of Independent Pilot in 15 Categories Include “The Worst Husband” Taking “Best of the Fest” Honors; “Medium Well” Recognized as Top Script Indie TV Artists Recognized by NYTVF Development Partners Bento Box Entertainment, Comedy Central, IFC, OneX, Pop, Red Arrow Entertainment, Seeso, Super Deluxe, truTV, and WEtv From October 24 through 29,… Continue reading 12TH NEW YORK TELEVISION FESTIVAL WRAPS AFTER 6 DAYS, 93 EVENTS AND MORE THAN 550 MEETINGS CONNECTING INDEPENDENT TV CREATORS WITH INDUSTRY DECISION-MAKER

DREAMLANDS AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

        After Oskar Schlemmer (1888–1943), Das Triadische Ballett [Triadic Ballet], 1970. 35mm film transferred to video, color, sound; 29 min. Courtesy Global Screen, Munich. Produced by Bavaria Atelier for the Südfunk, Stuttgart, in collaboration with Inter Nationes and RTB (Belgian Television)Director: Helmut Amann. Choreography and costume designs: Oskar Schlemmer, 1922. The Whitney Museum of American… Continue reading DREAMLANDS AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

TEFAF IS HERE IN NEW YORK CITY

          “Tefaf New York is more than just a fair; it’s a cultural event, a cultural happening,” says Michael Plummer, who is organizing the two US editions—in autumn (22-26 October) and spring (4-9 May 2017)—with his Artvest partner Jeff Rabin. They are working with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick… Continue reading TEFAF IS HERE IN NEW YORK CITY

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION — FILM & BROADCAST INDUSTRY TALK WITH COMMISSIONER JULIE MENIN

      Host/Producer Savona Bailey-McClain had an intimate talk with Julie Menin, Commissioner for the NYC’s Office of Media and Entertainment. We learned about the agency’s new initiative that seeks to further expand its footprint in NYC and encourage more diversity opportunities for women and people of color. NEW INITIATIVES “Made in NY” Media… Continue reading LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION — FILM & BROADCAST INDUSTRY TALK WITH COMMISSIONER JULIE MENIN

CARMEN HERRERA AT THE WHITNEY

                  CARMEN HERRERA: LINES OF SIGHT SEPT 16, 2016–JAN 2, 2017 After six decades of very private painting, Ms. Herrera sold her first artwork five years ago, at 89. Since that first sale in 2004, collectors have avidly pursued Ms. Herrera, and her radiantly ascetic paintings have entered the permanent collections of institutions… Continue reading CARMEN HERRERA AT THE WHITNEY

RARE CHINESE ARTIFACTS ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW HOME OF THE CHINA INSTITUTE

      ART IN A TIME OF CHAOS: MASTERWORKS FROM SIX DYNASTIES CHINA, 3RD TO 6TH CENTURIES China Institute Gallery I September 30, 2016- March 19, 2017 It all started in 1926, according to the Chien Chung Pei, Chair of the Board of Trustees at the China Institute. Fifty years ago the China Gallery began… Continue reading RARE CHINESE ARTIFACTS ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW HOME OF THE CHINA INSTITUTE