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Persona Non Granted by Will Rawls

As part of Anna Craycroft’s exhibition and residency “Motion into Being,” presented during the Department of Education and Public Engagement’s Spring 2018 R&D Season: ANIMATION, artist Will Rawls will screen three films made using Craycroft’s installation and animation apparatus. In Persona Non Granted, Rawls draws parallels between the laborious construction of stop-motion images and the chore... ... Continue reading ›

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First Saturdays for Families: Pattern Play

Join us for Family Day presented in conjunction with 2018 Triennial: “Songs for Sabotage,” on view at the New Museum through April 27, 2018. Families will explore the work of Wilmer Wilson IV, in which promotional flyers for churches, parties, or local businesses are enlarged and manipulated through the application of hundreds of thousands of industrial ... Continue reading ›

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Beyond Human: Frameworks for Fundamental Rights

Bringing together leading scholars and cultural critics, this panel discussion will consider the legal and ethical implications of expanded definitions of personhood. Participants will explore issues tied to animal rights, environmental protections, corporate personhood, reproductive rights, disability, and racial discrimination through specific case studies and cross-disciplinary conversation.... New Museum Events Continue reading ›

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Evan Calder Williams: A Theory of Sabotage

Join us for a presentation by author, theorist, and artist Evan Calder Williams. Williams’s contribution to the 2018 Triennial: “Songs for Sabotage” exhibition catalogue, an essay titled “The Kitten in the Wheat,” outlines a brief history and theory of the notion of sabotage, and his forthcoming book The Fine Thread of Deviation: A Theory of Sabotage ... Continue reading ›

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Sexual Harassment in the Cultural Sector: Changing the Balance of Power and Getting What We Deserve

This event is sold out. View other workshops in this series.In light of recent, widespread allegations of sexual misconduct in every sector, the New Museum is organizing a series of four workshops in order to provide tools, support, and guidance for both leaders and workers in the arts to combat sexual harassment and discrimination in the ... Continue reading ›