In a Morris-Jumel Mansion “Parlor Chat,” Matthew Spady, author of The Neighborhood Manhattan Forgot: Audubon Park and the Families Who Shaped It, and art dealer Avi Gitler (Audubon Mural Project) will discuss John James Audubon’s legacy in Northern Manhattan.
Publishing in September, The Neighborhood Manhattan Forgot: Audubon Park and the Families Who Shaped It by Matthew Spady is now available for pre-ordering at Fordham University Press (Empire Editions), Barnes & Noble, and Amazon.
Paintings, sculptures, video, photographs, and works on paper by 28 contemporary artists will be exhibited in the galleries […]
Author John Taliaferro will be at the Grinnell on Tuesday evening, March 3, 2020, to talk about George […]
Christmastime has come again to Manhattan’s Audubon Park neighborhood. Wreaths and garlands are appearing on doors and windows and twinkling holiday lights are brightening the increasingly early evenings.
AUDUBON PARK, NEW YORK. The American Academy of Arts and Letters is pleased to announce its exhibition of […]
As part of Uptown Arts Stroll 2018, the Audubon Park Alliance is presenting an exhibition of images by […]
Audubon157, the Park Stewards who have organized to care for Ilka Payan Park at Broadway and West 157th […]
On the first weekend in May, the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) will once again sponsor […]
The Riverside Oval Association invites John James Audubon’s family and friends to the annual Audubon birthday party, which […]