The NYUAD Art Gallery invites young people and their families to create sculptures and scenes using dough, then bring them to life with light and sound.
Ages: 4+, alone or with their adult family or friends. All materials will be provided
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: Invisible Threads: Technology and its Discontents
Craig Protzel is a creative technologist whose work lies at the intersection of web development, education, video, and storytelling. He spent nine years working as a producer-editor in the entertainment industry creating feature film trailers, documentaries, commercials, and digital shorts. In more recent years, Craig has been designing and developing creative web products for a range of clients including NYU Langone Medical School, Vimeo, and O’Reilly Media. He is actively involved in the NYU Entrepreneurs Institute and teaches courses at NYU Tisch’s Graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965 examines the New York art scene between the peak of Abstract Expressionism in the early 1950s and the rise of Pop Art and Minimalism in the early 1960s.
The NYUAD Art Gallery invites young people and their families to create their own story about their city in a diorama.
A mid-career retrospective of the renowned, award-winning artist duo Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti explores how our understanding of the “Permanent Temporariness” of our environment, shapes our experience.