NeueHouse members joined Lamont “U-God” Hawkins, rapper and former member Wu-Tang Clan, in conversation with KC Ifeanyi and Angela Ledgerwood.
NeueHouse members were invited to join The New York Times, in the one year celebration of The Daily, which, in 2017, became Apple’s most downloaded podcast.
Nell Derick Debevoise led members through an interactive program centered on how to achieve purpose at work.
Desert X, the contemporary art exhibition in the Coachella Valley, takes the vast, strange and often contradictory desert landscape as its canvas.
NeueHouse members joined musical savant Joey Dosik for a debute of his EP, Game Winner, a brisk, emotive collection of songs loosely inspired by the language and lore of basketball.
Women Under The Influence, the influential group celebrating female filmmakers and creatives, returns to NeueHouse for a screening of Yo! My Saint, the short film produced for KENZO.
NeueHouse sat down with filmmaker Alma Har'el, one of the wildest female thinkers of her generation.
Virtual Reality (VR) has articulated a new frontier for artists, creatives, and brands. This new medium not only upends traditional modes of storytelling, but wholly redefines way of seeing.
Laurie Anderson sat down with Julian Schnabel to discuss her new book, "All the Things That I Lost in the Flood," a survey of her five-decade career.
Sophia Amoruso, the creative visionary, entrepreneur, and industry disruptor joined us for a conversation moderated by Moj Mahdara, CEO and CO-Founder of BeautyCon.
NeueHouse partnered with the Hammer Museum to celebrate the artists selected to participate in the Hammer Museum’s biennial exhibition "Made in L.A. 2018."
Drawing from ancient philosophy, modern psychology, and the latest neuroscience, David Waters led this immersive workshop focused on "How to Make Love Last."
NeueHouse was pleased to welcome back Art In America for a discussion of the challenges in the current art market.
NeueHouse’s Women’s Forum welcomed legendary icon Diane von Furstenberg, who entered the world of fashion in 1970 when she moved to New York and, two years later, founded her eponymous line.
NeueHouse invited The Humane Society of the United States’ Senior Manager of Fashion Policy, PJ Smith, House of Fluff's Creative Director & CEO, Kym Canter, and "InStyle" magazine’s Editor in Chief, Laura Brown, for a conversation around the future of fur moderated by "The Business of Fashion". Presented by The HSUS’ Humane Generation.
What makes a woman swipe right for Mr. Wrong? Writer and Director Whitney Cummings stars in the film, "The Female Brain," inspired by neuropsychiatrist Louann Brizendine's bestseller of the same name.
A young black man searches for his identity in the aftermath of a fatal shooting in South Side, Chicago. Inspired by a true story, Blueprint, tackles racial injustice and what it takes to overcome grief under difficult circumstances.
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 we concluded the first year of Trump’s presidency, two top experts helped us assess the wreckage wrought – and social movements spurred – by this bizarre administration.
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.
NeueHouse launched a series highlighting powerful creative couples — whether artistic, romantic, or business duos — who choose to collaborate. This month, Performa Director RoseLee Goldberg and South African artist Robin Rhode.
Psychologist David DeSteno explored how and why emotions like gratitude and compassion offer a stronger and more resilient route to achieving goals than does relying on willpower and nose-to-the grindstone isolation, with "The New York Times" Senior Opinion Editor James Ryerson.
After receiving hundreds of letters from women confiding in her about their personal stories of sexual assault, Mariska Hargitay decided to team up with filmmakers Geeta Gandbhir and Trish Adlesic to craft a powerful and intimate portrait of survivors, "I am Evidence".