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From the eyes and ears of The CEO Artist...

From the eyes and ears of The CEO Artist…

As many of my readers and followers know, an artist development and management company was one of the many things to branch out under the ever-growing tree of NYC Art Scene. The CEO Artist was launched last year and we’ve had the honor of working with some of the most talented artists to grace this […]

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments More
Art in Real Life: The Puzzle Art Installation & Collaborative Project

Art in Real Life: The Puzzle Art Installation & Collaborative Project

More than one hundred unique 24″x 24″artistic puzzle pieces from six countries have been assembled and are on display at Chelsea Market (right under the High Line) in NYC throughout March.  They are part of a world-wide collaborative art project called The Puzzle Installation & Collaborative Project. Check out the jigsaw art installation at Chelsea Market or join us […]

March 6, 2012 | 0 Comments More
Artist Spotlight: Beth Skillicorn

Artist Spotlight: Beth Skillicorn

Beth Skillicorn is a self taught artist, writer and designer who has created works of art mostly for self expression. Her style is evident throughout all her works She has developed many of her own techniques and unique mediums, from bas-relief carved papers to thick plaster frescos, from charcoal and ink drawings to pastel rendering on distressed clay […]

January 6, 2012 | 1 Comment More
One Week Til Tour!

One Week Til Tour!

Exactly one week from today NYC Art Scene will be embarking on a two month tour of London and various other European cities, gathering data, researching the best live venues and documenting it all every step of the way for The Ultimate Tour Guide for the Independent Artist. I’ve set up NYC Art Scene ON TOUR […]

September 28, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Fall Fitness Part Three: Great Stretches

Fall Fitness Part Three: Great Stretches

Last week we worked those core muscles and incorporated some total body toning, and this week we are stretching out! Stretching is not only good for your flexibility, it’s an excellent way to help maintain those long, lean muscles we crave. Here’s a few great stretches to get you started… you can incorporate them into […]

September 22, 2011 | 0 Comments More

Monday Pick-Me-Up: “You Don’t Have To Go”

Some great footage from Buffstock Music Festival shot and edited by Andy Strohl of Strohl Digital Productions, featuring two of my favorites, Rachel Platten and Martin Rivas.  Be sure to keep an eye out for Andy’s work in upcoming collaborations with NYC Art Scene.

August 15, 2011 | 0 Comments More
From the Editor: When did you know?

From the Editor: When did you know?

This past weekend I made my great escape from the city to my “happy place”… the beach.  I grew up just a half hour from the Jersey Shore (please refrain from making Snooki comments) and the beach is a part of my heart and soul.  A friend invited me to head out to Long Island […]

July 10, 2011 | 0 Comments More

Music and Dance: “Turn To Stone”

A few months ago I joined the team at Bari Studio, a fantastically hip fitness studio located in Tribeca.  One of my favorite aspects of this business is the unique attention it pays to not only improving your physical well-being, but also embracing culture and art to inspire you to become a more well-rounded person. […]

July 5, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Event Alert: Art Formerly Known as Prints

Event Alert: Art Formerly Known as Prints

Come celebrate the work of Syracuse University student, faculty and visiting artists, including Nicholaus Arnold, John Hancock, Dusty Herbig, Neil Hueber, Rich Kim and Kristen Leonard at the opening of “Art Formerly Known as Prints” at Wonderland Beauty Parlor. The opening reception will be held this evening, Friday, April 22 from 7-10pm to kick off the […]

April 22, 2011 | 0 Comments More
From the Editor: We Are Family.

From the Editor: We Are Family.

From a very young age I was always taught there were two types of family… the family you were born with, and the family you create.  As I grew up, I grew in and out of many different “families.”  In grammar and high school, my chosen family was my network of dancers… the girls I […]

April 21, 2011 | 0 Comments More
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