NeueHouse welcomed costume designer Arianne Phillips for a conversation on storytelling through costume.
The latest artist catching our ear this winter was husky-voiced rapper Shake, a member of rising New Jersey hip-hop collective, 070.
In a career spanning nearly 75 years, Louise Bourgeois created a vast body of work of immense formal invention that expressed her intense inner struggles with both unprecedented candor and endlessly surprising inventiveness.
NeueHouse collaborated again with The Science & Entertainment Exchange for an evening of scientific speed dating, where seven top-level scientists addressed what was at the cutting edge of their work - in seven different rooms, for seven minutes each.
NeueHouse and creative influencer studio Kvell partnered up to celebrate some of the best social media artists of 2016.
The Uncondemned is a riveting documentary about an underdog group of lawyers and activists who defied the odds to do what had never been done: prosecute rape as an international war crime.
This fascinating lecture by author Ed Yong was led by NeueHouse guest science curator Phil Torres, biologist and researcher.
NeueHouse members were invited to a pre-release screening of Pablo Larraín’s latest picture, Neruda.
OG founder Aaron Hicklin was joined by T Magazine's Deborah Needleman, and Slate's Jacob Weisberg to discuss and read from special guest John Cameron Mitchell's favorite literary titles.
Artist Daniel Horowitz led us on a private walk-through of his latest exhibition, Totem & Taboo, that re-opened Tillou Fine Art’s historic Clinton Hill brownstone gallery after a 2-year hiatus.
Artnet News Art and Culture Critic, Christian Viveros-Fauné hosted a conversation between artists, museum directors and editors Caroline Woolard, Danielle Jackson, Felix Salmon and Ben Davis on the gentrification of NY.
The morning after election day, we nursed our emotional hangovers and trauma with political analyst and author of The Best “Worst President” – What the Right Gets Wrong About Barack Obama.
Acclaimed pianist Peter Cincotti performed and discussed songs from his highly anticipated new album, scheduled for release in 2017.
World-renowned runner, NYT bestselling author and living legend discussed nutrition, training, and his motivations behind a legendary career before taking a small group of NeueHouse members on a casual community run in anticipation of the NYC Marathon.
NeueHouse members went on a private visit con vino of Switzerland-born, New York-based artist, sculptor, painter, and trained opera singer Clarina Bezzola’s studio.
NeueHouse welcomed Ken Browar and Deborah Ory to launch their new book, The Art of Movement, around a discussion on how performers utilize social media to gain notoriety with the general public – and potentially one of the coveted spots at the world’s most competitive dance companies.
Lead actor Christian Slater and Director Justin Kelly gave NeueHouse members behind the scenes stories following this pre-release screening, based on the real-life murder mystery that shook the gay porn industry to its core.
Gina Barnett, a world-class consultant, and speaker coach for the mainstage TED Conference, offered easy, interactive and playful exercises to help discover how making the slightest physical adjustments can profoundly impact your leadership presence.
Anne-Marie’s Fall single, Alarm, showcased the Essex native’s ability to bend the current pop landscape to her will and saw the 25-year-old flying the flag for British R&B/pop in 2016.
Born in New Jersey, OKAY KAYA aka Kaya Wilkins grew up on a peninsula outside of Oslo, Norway, where she learned to play guitar with her brothers, who were part of a local black metal group.
NeueHouse welcomed Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Hours Michael Cunningham for a reading of his latest short-story collection, A Wild Swan and Other Tales.
A night celebrating food film, On Plate, was brought to NeueHouse by Nowness Editor Terence Teh, and award-winning filmmakers James Casey, Kalim Armstrong, Mac Malikowski and Carlos Carneiro.
NeueHouse welcomed a unique lecture-demonstration around the archiving and transmission of Trisha Brown’s artistic work, from two distinct vantage points.
NeueHouse partnered with Art in America to launch the magazine’s October Issue The Digitized Museum: Technologies of Engagement.
The New Jersey native offered NeueHouse members an evening of easy rhythms, performed in his unique style.
Ice Cream master Nicholas Morgenstern was joined by Mario Batali, Vincent Oshin, and Chris Schonberger to discuss the innovation of food, and its influences by fashion and media.