The first US museum dedicated to the art and history of posters is set to open in New York City […]
Yesterday, the National Trust for Historic Preservation released its list of the eleven most endangered historic places in the country. […]
This week the National Historic Landmark Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn was the site of a special graduation. Ten New York […]
On May 16, the new Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island opened to the public. The new 26,000 square […]
The Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan will close its doors this summer to finish a $400 million overhaul of its collection starting June 15.
Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow examines the period following the Civil War as the nation’s black community struggled to be recognized as full citizens.
The $600,000 grant will allow students from nine partner universities in New York State to develop public humanities projects.
The campaign titled “She Built NYC!” is open to all residents of New York City. Nominations can include individual women or events in women’s history specific to the New York area.
Scholars of music, music history, and related fields as well as health practitioners are invited to submit a proposal exploring the relation between music and physical, spiritual, and mental health.
Matz’s successful campaigns include the 1978 landmark designation of the interior of Town Hall in New York’s theatre district and St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.