Arts in the City – July 2017



Mike Gilliam goes to the Museum of the City of New york city’s exhibition, “A City Seen: Todd Webb’s Post War II New york city 1945-1960”.

CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism present’s Artist Ronald Ritzie.

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson satisfies artist James McMullan who has actually been developing Lincoln Center Theater’s renowned posters for over 30 years.

Barry Mitchell sees The World Science Festival and reveals us how Art & Science are linked.

Donna Hanover satisfies EMMY & Peabody winning author– Sherman Yellen.

Andrew Falzon finds the unforeseen work of style professional photographer Richard Phibbs.

Tinabeth Piña discovers this months concealed gem – the popular areas of The New York City Parks Department for the summer season.

( Taped: 06/26/17).

Arts in the City is a regular monthly take a look at the vibrant arts scene– movie, theatre, art, dance, music and occasions– in the New York city. This fast-moving half hour checks out all elements of the arts … from conception to conclusion. It takes a look at the most advanced of discussions to the most particular street artist toiling at his/her art. Art in all its types is presented and taken a look at throughout the tri-state location.

View more Arts in the City at http://www.cuny.tv/show/artsinthecity.