What does it mean to be an American? Over the weekend, we explored this question through the lens of the inaugural New American Festival, a celebration of diversity and immigrant contributions to culture, art, food, film, comedy, fashion, and more.
Award-winning author Salman Rushdie celebrated his new novel Quichotte. The notorious provocateur spoke to a packed house about his most recent work, followed by an intimate dinner with members.
As we enjoy the last few fleeting moments of the heat and the official end of seersucker season, we’re thinking about our dinner with Thom Browne and Farfetch as part of our Dining in Color sessions, where we bring together creative visionaries for an evening of conversation.
We took a day trip to the East End of Long Island to explore two of its most renowned sites for arts and culture: Parrish Art Museum and the Dan Flavin Art Institute.
Beloved NeueHouse member WUTI, known for their bi-monthly screening series, is launching their inaugural film festival with a jamboree at The Table.
Executive Producer Leonardo DiCaprio was joined by conservationist Jane Goodall for the world premiere of Sea of Shadows – an eco documentary exposing the environmental collateral damage in a raging poaching crisis in Mexico's Sea of Cortez.
Eve McSweeney lead a discussion between famed editors Tonne Goodman and André Leon Talley on the occasion of Goodman's new book release.
In an immersive evening with leading actress Zendaya and Executive Producer Drake, NeueHouse Hollywood indulged in a mesmerizing celebration of the highly anticipated series Euphoria.
Award-winning non-profit and member Ghetto Film School hosted their annual live table reading on the NeueHouse Hollywood rooftop. Dedicated to developing youthful voices in narrative filmmaking, Ghetto Film Schools annual gathering provides in-person feedback to scripts written by its 14-17-year-old students.
Anastasia Taylor-Lind, photojournalist was joined by Katherine Pomerantz, Director of Photography at TIME, for an illuminating exploration of the photojournalistic process as it relates to finding unique perspectives, building relationships and maintaining authenticity.
Gabriela Cámara, the pioneering restaurateur and chef behind renowned seafood restaurant Contramar in Mexico City, Cala in San Francisco and the forthcoming Los Angeles restaurant Onda, discussed My Mexico City Kitchen: Recipes and Convictions.
Grammy-nominated musician Baaba Maal and MTV co-founder Tom Freston lead an intimate conversation revealing how they’ve expanded their fields of expertise to empower communities through their activism across Africa.
Fashion designer Wes Gordon and artist Jen Monroe collaborated on a monochrome dinner inspired by the color red. NeueHouse and Farfetch invited the two to envision an immersive experience steeped in a rich depth of the classic red sensibility.
We enjoyed an intimate solo piano and vocal performance by Nick Murphy in advance of the release of his sophomore album Run Fast Sleep Naked.
In a new partnership with Cultured Magazine, we kicked off a series of programming with Shirin Neshat in conversation with Fariha Róisín.
Courageous souls have always used humor to speak truth to power. During an evening of comedy and conversation, The Gallery alternated between roaring laughter and silent contemplation as they watched the hilarious yet poignant stand-up acts.
We joined 4AD to host a listening party of unreleased music coming out in 2019 and a live performance by Pixx featuring a stripped-down set from her forthcoming album Small Mercies. Sound by Devialet.
Members were invited to a three-part celebration of the release of Climax, Gaspar Noé's hypnotic, hallucinatory depiction of a party that descends into delirium.
To explore the topic of New Sanctuaries, The Table was transformed to invite us to reconsider how, where, and to whom we look for inspiration and connection in the modern era.
NeueHouse and ARTNOIR presented an evening of performances in celebration of Black History & Futures Month.
Moon, shine on. We celebrated the Lunar NEUE Year with Matt FX, DJ and renowned prodigal music supervisor for Broad City.
Carrie Mae Weems and Khary Lazarre-White, a novelist, activist and co-founder of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, discussed the intersection of art and activism and how such efforts can engender and empower social change across communities.
A special Q&A with Director Yorgos Lanthimos, costume designer Sandy Powell and actor Joe Alwyn Nicholas Hoult followed the screening along with featured costumes from the film on display.
A new exhibition of work by prolific interiors photographer William Waldron opened this month at Madison Square in The Library.