NeueHouse launched a new series which celebrates The Year of the Woman. Throughout this series we will hear candid stories from leading female entrepreneurs and the collaborators that have helped shape their careers.
As modern working life changes, the lines between our work lives, romantic lives and creative lives have become blurred. NeueHouse's unique series will highlight powerful creative couples who choose to collaborate.
Following the screening, former Vice President Al Gore, co-directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk and Producer Richard Berge joined for a conversation and reception.
Nicknamed the “Meryl Streep of book design”, Chip Kidd has created some of the most indelible book jackets in living memory.
Kanye West and Beethoven lived in very different times but their art played a similar role in their respective context and pushed similar musical boundaries.
Members joined NeueHouse Women’s Forum and Melissa Ceria for a breakfast conversation celebrating legendary journalist and editor Tina Brown, and her new book, The Vanity Fair Diaries.
Artist Michael Jones McKean and paleophysiologist John VandenBrooks joined us for a discussion on the challenges and poetics of re-creating ancient air, in this art-meets-science brunch hosted by Fathomers.
We welcomed The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) back to NeueHouse for a sneak peek & preview conversation around "Tesseract", Rashaun Mitchell + Silas Riener’s new choreographic work.
NeueHouse indulged in French culture, beauty, fashion, food, romance and seduction with designer Catherine Malandrino.
Members enjoyed an evening of conversation with competitive Memory Athlete, Nelson Dellis. As a four-time USA Memory Champion, Mountaineer, and Alzheimer's Disease Activist, he is one of the leading memory experts in the world.
We welcomed acclaimed designer Alice Temperley to present Alice Temperley: English Myths and Legends, her second Rizzoli title, conceived as a celebration of her aesthetic and conveying the effortless decadence and handcrafted allure of her brand.
We joined artist Ian Strange and filmmaker Morgan Spurlock in conversation ahead of the opening of Strange's latest exhibition ISLAND.
NeueHouse welcomed leading international nightlife personalities to discuss how local and international policies are shaping where, and how, we socialize in today's global society.
In I Am Elizabeth Smart, Smart herself, as a producer and on-screen narrator, explores how she survived her captivity, and confronts the misconceptions about it.
Set in the rural American South during World War II, Dee Rees' Mudbound is an epic story of two families pitted against one another by a ruthless social hierarchy, yet bound together by the shared farmland of the Mississippi Delta.
The National YoungArts Foundation presented UP NEXT: an all-day back-to-back professional development symposium featuring “Power Hour” sessions with the biggest industry movers and shakers as well as leading artists in film, TV, music, and visual arts.
Drexler discussed his remarkable career building brands, merchandising with emotion and connecting with the customer, with Melissa Ceria.
Los Angeles based artist Liz Glynn joined Even Magazine’s editor Jason Farago in a conversation about her work and her ambitious new show at Mass MoCA.
In their film Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of Isis, Academy-Award nominated filmmaker Sebastian Junger and Emmy winner Nick Quested chronicle Syria’s descent into the unbridled chaos that allowed the rise of the Islamic State.
In this intimate portrait, Berkhout portrays Jeffers' family story and talks about the duality in his work that stems from growing up in Belfast during troubled political times.
NeueHouse members were invited for cocktails and a private tour of Volez, Voguez,Voyagez – Louis Vuitton in TriBeCa.
We joined Sonos' Joy Howard, Repel Clothing's Ivan Wicksteed and Girlboss's Ali Wyatt as they dove into a discussion on why brands are finding it riskier not to take a stand on social activism.