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MAD looks forward to May's #NYCxDESIGN and our upcoming fashion exhibitions, opening in March.
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NYCxDESIGN to Play Up Fashion With MAD, FIT and Cooper Hewitt

Visit the MAD Theater on Thursday, January 26 at 7 pm for a screening of artist Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's highly theoretical and poetic film works. #film #TheresaHakKyungCha

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The Films of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha

"While a frat party might seem to be awash with testosterone, a recent sculpture literally can be a wash with testosterone." —The Creators Project explores the work of our Van Lier Fellow Jes Fan. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Artist Makes Testosterone Soap and Other Paradoxical Objects | The Creators Project

✨T✨O✨N✨S✨ of goodies have just hit our 50% off sale!!!
Including our biggest selection of sale jewelry ever! ????
"Her show [holds] the key to a forgotten part of our history." — artnet on Françoise Grossen Selects. [ Artnt.cm Link ]

Francoise Grossen Hints that Macrame Is the Secret to Art–artnet News

Amal Khan, a multidisciplinary artist from Saudi Arabia, is one of our current artist studio residents. She utilizes multiple image-making processes, video, and sculpture to explore gender and identity politics, and to critique the idea of power and privilege in a male-dominant country. Pictured here is ‘What Used to Be’ (2015). Visit the artist in our open studios on Tuesdays....
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Interested in learning more about the work of groundbreaking ceramist #PeterVoulkos? Join us in the MAD Theater on Thursday, January 19 at 7 pm for a screening of three short films that take a close look at his life and work. #Voulkos

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Join our artist-in-residence WongJung Choi for a free-with-pay-what-you-wish admission paper-cutting workshop next Thursday at 6 pm: [ Madmuseum.org Link ]

MADmakes with WonJung Choi

Love the arts, and talking to people about art and design? Interested in sharing your passion for contemporary craft? Join the Museum's Docent Corp! We're holding an info session on Tuesday, January 10 at 3 pm. The docent application deadline is January 16.

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Breaking Form, a new series of two screenings at MAD, starts January 19 with three films on the work of Peter Voulkos. [ Bit.ly Link ] #Voulkos #PeterVoulkos #ceramics #cinema

Peter Voulkos Working

"What makes it great is the fact that it is pottery as sculpture – that it is simultaneously sculpture and not-sculpture." — Artnet News on 'Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years.' Read it here: [ Artnt.cm Link ]

Peter Voulkos Made Great Sculpture by Being a Potter | artnet News

Interested in knowing more about 'Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years'? Check out this interview with Glenn Adamson and Barbara Paris Gifford. They discuss the inspiration behind the exhibition and what makes Peter Voulkos so relevant today. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Interview: Glenn Adamson and Barbara Paris Gifford on 'Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years'

We're proud to be one of the new cultural institutions offering memberships to IDNYC card-holders. Learn more on our website: [ Bit.ly Link ]


"...a taut, electric exhibition..."

The New York Times reviews 'Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years':

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Peter Voulkos, an Influential Sculptor Who Broke the Rules

The Museum is closed for New Year's Day. Happy 2017! #newyears #2017 madmuseum.org/visit


The Museum will have limited hours today for New Year's. We'll be open from 10 am to 4 pm. madmuseum.org/visit


Interested in becoming a docent? We're holding an information session on Tuesday, January 10 at 3 pm. [ Bit.ly Link ]
‘Elements’ (2016), by Uta Bekaia, an artist who creates multimedia performances and installations inhabited by wearable sculptures. His work explores his own historical cultural background, genetic codes, and cycles of the universe. He experiments with various mediums and has most recently been fascinated with his Georgian culture, namely the country’s carpet and tapestry tradition. #sculpture...
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Peter Voulkos energetically addressed the surfaces of his sculptures by scratching through slips and glazes or using unexpectedly bright colors, as in the iconic 'Cross,' the Museum of Arts and Design’s most important work by the artist. #clay #sculpture #Voulkos #PeterVoulkos [ Bit.ly Link ]
Bring coats to the MAD Admissions Desk to help New Yorkers in need! [ Newyorkcares.org Link ]