Archive for "Bronx Museum of the Arts"
The art of beatboxing is thriving, according to the creators of a documentary that was recently screened at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts has begun offering free admission at all times, to expand access to more visitors and to help ring in the museum’s 40th anniversary.
Emilio Sanchez made his first trek down Hunts Point’s Food Center Drive in 1988, when he was 67, to an art gallery in the caverns of the Krasdale Foods complex where his art was being shown. His friend Sig Balka, general attorney for Krasdale and art connoisseur, was showing Sanchez’s work in the gallery […]
A Book Fair on the sidewalk in front of the Bronx Museum on the Grand Concourse at 165th Street this weekend has been organized to call attention to the absence of bookstores in the Bronx. The fair, on Sunday, June 27, from noon-5 p.m., will feature books, magazines and comics, along with authors and artists. […]
By Jeanmarie Evelly [email protected] The Grand Concourse, the iconic boulevard that stretches along four miles of the Bronx, has 100 years of stories to tell. This summer and fall, Bronx residents are lending their voices to share those stories—through the trees that line the street’s parks and sidewalks. The Tree Museum is the creation of […]