Kazuko Miyamoto: To perform a line
April 29 – July 10, 2022 “Japan Society will present the solo exhibition Kazuko Miyamoto: To perform a line between April 29–July 10, 2022. The exhibition will be the first institutional survey of Kazuko Miyamoto (b.1942, Tokyo), a relatively little-known but significant artist, and will provide a long overdue examination of this singular artist’s career. This exhibition reclaims Miyamoto’s contributions to the development of Minimalism, challenging its general understanding as male dominated, and embraces her highly individual artistic pursuit to reveal a sustained interest in the body through evocative conceptual experiments and investigations in performance and textiles.” Ticket Prices
$12 non-member/$10 students and seniors
Admission is always free for members, patrons with disabilities and an accompanying Personal Care Assistant. 📸: Japan Society
Wheeler Walker Jr. is the satirical country musician character created by the comedian, actor and writer Benjamin Isaac Hoffman. Hailing from Kentucky, he has released several albums under the alias, including the Top 10 charting Redneck Shit, Ol' Wheeler and WW III - all of which topped the Billboard Top Comedy Albums chart.
Columbus Celebration Weekend - The spectacle of the New York City Columbus Day Parade has come to represent a grand cultural celebration of Italian American history and heritage, weaving its way through the bustling streets of the Big Apple. From marching bands, musicians, colorful costumes, and vibrant floats, the parade is a dazzling collection of traditional Italian artwork, food, music, and culture.
Unleash your inner vintage enthusiast and explore a curated selection of over 130 independent vintage dealers. From 60s and 70s dresses to rare collectibles, discover unique pieces that will add character and inspiration to your personal style.
Or enter your mobile number and we’ll text you a link to download!
Download the mobile app!
Whim tells you everything you need to know about today in Charleston, Charlotte, Nashville, and NYC. Get curated reports from local sources who inform and inspire you daily, showing you what's important nearby through their perspectives and experiences.
Open the Camera on your mobile phone.
Point the camera to the screen and Scan the QR code. Once the code is read a notification will pop up.
Tap on the notification to download the app.
Your device doesn’t read the code?
Don’t worry, just use a QR reader app instead.
Video is Currently In Beta
Right now we’re working on slowly rolling this out for all of this dear, sweet Rayka community, but for the time being we’ll have to ask you to sit tight while we hammer out the final details. If you’ve got some marvelous footage you’d like to post in the meantime, email us at [email protected] and we’ll work with you to get it out there to your beloved followers!