Around the Table: Stories of the Foods We Love is a celebration of the plants that we eat. This summer, New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) will be growing edible plants from all over the world, delving into the science behind these plants, and inviting Bronx artists to design picnic tables that tell their own stories about the foods and food traditions they love. It’s a feast for all the senses that acknowledges how our food choices impact the world around us, and how the foods we share cross cultural boundaries to bring all of us together around the table. On view now through September 11.
For more information, visit nybg.org.
Back in person after two years, this exhibition at the Manetti Shrem Museum showcases work from 27 arts and humanities students. On view from June 2 to June 19.
Nancy Buchanan, Marcia Hafif, and Barbara T. Smith shared studio and exhibition spaces, babysat each other’s children, and took part in one another’s avant-garde work.
You can find plenty of alternative spaces in Los Angeles, but Tlaloc Studios mixes up-and-coming and established artists in a way that feels authentic.
These site-specific installations in Athens invite visitors to explore how technology continues to shape, affect, and impact the human experience.
D. S. Marriott’s poems are a descent through the history of slavery, immigration, and the movement of refugees.
The finding was part of an offering placed on a pond, thought to replicate the entrance to the underworld.
Taking a feminist, Indigenous approach, the new contemporary art festival developed by Franconia Sculpture Park is happening this summer at sites across the Upper Midwest of the US.