the new school

Nobody deserves to go hungry. In the US there is wide cultural and political agreement on this principle, even among those
One of the most exciting, and without question popular, is the work along Chicago's riverfront by Gina Ford at Sasaki Associates
And because of what I did back then, I am here tonight. Here at the New School. Embracing all the ways that the pursuit of
Photo by Nancy A. Ruhling Widad works in watercolor, pencil and ink. To illustrate, she picks up a greeting card that features
Living in the New York City area, I'm accustomed to seeing actors and models grace the city streets. But when you see someone as stunning as Nikki Moore waiting at a corner for the red light to change, you really lose your breath.
In a summer filled with cinematic bombast and overkill, it's always a nice surprise to find a charming little comedy with heart like People Places Things.
When the New School's Center for Public Scholarship organized a two-day conference in New York on "The Fear of Art," it was impossible not to be moved. The subject was censorship, banning, and violence against art.
Neither one of us had planned on this sudden intimacy. He crouched reluctantly into the cramped quarters and nuzzled in for the night. We never spoke, and I tried not to breathe on him.