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Minimalist, hand-drawn tarot deck for the modern mystic.
Compact and more affordable Sisyphus kinetic art. Join our community and help us take the Sisyphus experience to the next level!
A modern 78-card Tarot deck in the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition.
Upcycled denim jacket customed by artists
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a tender spectacle of skateboarding, music, & dance that builds community and offers a queer alternative to mainstream skate culture
Support the choreographers of tomorrow in creating great new work for the Dance Umbrella festival
Three dancers tour a new piece by renowned choreographer Deborah Hay and start research with Eleanor Bauer.
A dance-theatre performance researching Epigenetics/inherited trauma & desire.
See and support exciting performance-based works premiering this fall.
A Photographic Project on War's Legacy
Malawi's First Photo Exhibition by Refugee Artists.
Everything you need to create professional photos.
Make your audience fall in love with your content in no time.
An art-quality book of photography exploring American bowling alleys and their bowlers
Congrats to Blitz Bazawule, Garrett Bradley, Brendan Fernandes, Sam Green, Darius Clark Monroe, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and Paper Tiger TV!
A reckoning of bad behavior. A portrait of two American icons. Coming to The Tank NYC this Fall.
A folk musical about a sickly boy who became President, a journey of healing, and the beginning of America’s national parks.
A PLAY TITLED AFTER THE COLLECTIVE NOUN FOR FEMALE-IDENTIFYING 20-SOMETHINGS LIVING IN NYC IN THE 2010S - Corkscrew Festival 2019
By Sam Silbiger, directed by Helen Handelman, and produced by Madeleine Goldsmith.