2 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, (718) 816-4506; $3 suggested donation;
(Thu-Sun 12-5, closed during February) Victorian cottage of documentary
photographer Alice Austin.
594 Broadway, btw. Houston and Prince, 966-4444; $3 suggested
donation; (Wed-Sat 11-6)
1865 Broadway, 408-1236; free (Mon.-Wed, Fri 10-6, Thu 10-7, Sat
10-5). Glory in Glass: Stained Glass in the United States: Origins,
Variety, and Preservation.
40 W. 53rd St, 956-3535; $5, $2.50 seniors/students,
under 12 free; (Tue-Sun 10-6, Thu 10-8) Wendy Ramshaw: PicassoLs
Ladies, Nov 19-Jan 17. Transformation: Prix Saidye Bronfman Award
1977-1996, thru Jan 10. June Schwarcz: Forty Years/Forty Pieces, thru
Nov 11. Art and Industry: 20th Century Porcelain from Sever,
Jan 22-May 2.
Museum of the Moving Image
35th Ave. at 36th St. Astorin, Queens, (718)
784-0077; Admission includes screenings; $8.50, $5.50 seniors and
college students with ID, $4.50 ages 5-18; (Tue-Fri 12-5, Sat-Sun
Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 79th St, 769-5100; suggested
contribution of $8, $6 seniors/students, $4.50 ages 12 and under;
separate admission to IMAX and some special exhibitions. Discount
combination tickets available; (Sun-Thu 10-5:45, Fri-Sat 10-8:45).
Cave of the Warrior, thru Dec 6. The Sacred Arts of Haitian Vodou,
Oct 10-Jan 3. Photographs from tee Sepik River, Oct 23-Mar 28. Audio
Expeditions: Treasures: Fossils: Endangered! Ongoing. IMAX films:
AfricaLs Elephant Kingdom; Amazon; Cosmic Voyage, all ongoing.
Laser Shows: Led Zeppelin in 3-D, Pink FloydLs Dark Side of the
Moon in 3-D.
Broadway & 155th St, 234-3130; free; (Tue-Sat 9-4:30,
Sun 1-4 exhibit hall only). The World of Coins. American Numismatic
Design, 1892-1922, both ongoing.
Society Art Gallery
680 Park Ave, 249-8950; free (Tue-Sun 12-6). El Alma Del Pueblo:
Spanish Folk Art and its Transformation in the Americas.
32 Second Ave, 505-5110; $7, $5, students/ seniors with ID, $4
members. First Light.
Art in General
79 Walker St, 219-0473; free (Tue-Sat 12-6). Personal Touch. Music
for an Elevator. The Temptation of Eve. Crossing the Line. I Am the
Love You Have Given Me.
725 Park Ave, 517-ASIA; $4, $2 seniors/students, free Thu 6-8;
(Tue-Sat 11-6, Thu 11-8 Sun 12-5). Inside Out: New Chinese Art.
Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts
18 W.86th St, 501-3000; $2, $1 seniors, under 12 free;
(Tue-Sun 11-5, Thu 11-8). India: A Jewelry Spectrum, Oct 8-Jan 31.
Bronx River Parkway at Fordham Road, (718) 367-1010; Apr-Oct $7.75,
$4.00 seniors/ages 2-12, under 2 and Wed free; Sea Lion Pool. Aquatic
Bird House; all remain open year round.
900 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, (718) 622-4433; $3, $1.50 seniors/students
with ID, ages 6-16, ages 5 and under free;(Tue-Fri 8-6; Sat, Sun,
408 West, 58th St, 307-7420; $2; (Mon.-Fri 10-6).
626 Broadway, 5th floor, 460-9768; free; (Mon.-Sat
Wildlife Center and Wildlife Gallery
5th Ave. at 64th St, 861-6030; Zoo: $3.50,
$1.25 seniors, under 3 free; (Mon.-Fri 10-5, Sat, Sun, & Holidays
10:30-5:30).Tisch ChildrenLs Zoo, for children 6 and under.
Museum of Manhattan
The Tisch Building, 212 W. 83rd St, 721-1223; $5, $2.50 seniors,
under 1 and member free; (Wed-Sun 10-5); Stridulating, interactive
exhibitions and programs for children 10 & under and their families,
encouraging full development through the visual & per-forming
arts. Sues! Music to My Ears.
Museum of the Arts
182 Lafayette St, 941-9198; $5 weekends, $4 weekdays, seniors/under
18 months free; (Wed 12-7, Thu-Sun 12-5). Artist Studio. Monet Ball
Pond. International ChildrenLs Art Gallery; all ongoing.
125 E. 65th St, 744-8181; suggested contribution $5;
(Mon.-Sat 10-5, Thu 10-8, Sun 1-5). Chinese Snuff Bottles from the
Pamela R. Leasing Friedman Collection.
National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution
2 E, 91st St, 849-8300; $5, $3 seniors/students; (Tue 10-9, Wed-Sat
10-5, Sun 12-5). Under the Sun: An Outdoor Exhibition of Light thru
Oct 25.Unlimited By Design, Nov 17-Mar 21. The Architecture of Reassurance:
Designing the Disney Theme Parks.
7th St, at 3rd Ave, 353-427; free (Mon.-Fri
12-7 Sat 12-5). La Mama in Print: Posters from La Mama Experimental
Theatre, 1961-1998, Oct 21-Mar 1.
1109 Madison Ave, 288-0830. Free (Tue-Fri 9-5). Drawings and paintings
of Vladimir Kokolia, Oct 7-Nov 26. Sculptures of Jiri Kaifosz.
601 Fifth Ave, 759-0606; free (Tue-Sat 11-6). French Oil Sketches
and the Academic Tradition, thru Jan 2. Victorian Salon: Paintings
from the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth, England,
Jan 19-Apr 17.
for the Arts
548 W. 22nd St, 989-5566; $4, $2 students/seniors.
(Thu-Sun 12-6). Andy Warhol: Shadows, Nov-Jun 13. Robert Irwin: Excursus:
Homage to the Square. Thomas Schutte: Scenewright. Joseph Buys Drawings
after the Codices Madrid of Leonard DA Vinci, and Sculpture, all thru
Jan 13, 1999.
35, Wooster St, 219-2166; (Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6) William de
Conning: Drawing Seeing/Seeing Dawning Oct 31-Dec 19.
4881 Broadway at 204th St, 304-9422; free (Tue-Sun
11-4).The last Dutch Colonial farmhouse in Manhattan.
12 Eldridge St, 219-0888; $4 adults, $2.50 children/seniors; (Tue
& Thu 11:30-2:30; Sun 11-4). The first synagogue built in America
by Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europs.
Ellis Island, 269-5755; free (daily 9-6, boat every 30 minutes);
ferry tickets $7, $5 seniors, $3 ages 3-17; AmericaLs Concentration
Camps: Remembering the Japanese American Experience.
787 Seventh Ave, 554-4818; free (Mon.-Fri 11-6, Sat 12-5). Julian
Levy: Portrait of an Art Gallery.
62 Fifth Ave, 206-5548; free; (Tue-Wed, Fri-Sat 10-4). Selected
Faberge Silver. Faberge and the Czars of Russia. Highlights from the
Forbes Magazine Collection of Historic Manuscripts. Toy Boats &
54 Pearl St, 425-1778; $2.50, $1 students/ seniors/under
12; (Mon.-Fri 10-4:45, Sat 12-4). A Flash of Color-Early American
Flags and Standards.
1 E. 70th St, 288-0700; $7, $5 students/seniors, under
10 not admitted; (Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 1-6). Mansion with permanent collection
of fine and decorative arts, including works by Rembrandt, Renoir,
Titian, Vermeer, and Whistler. Victorian Fairy Painting, Oct 13-Jan
East End Avenue at 88th St, 570-4751; $4, $3 seniors/children
free; (Wed tours by reservation). Fine and decorative art illustrating
the rich history of the city. Merchants to Mayors, ongoing.
Gallery, New York University
100 Washington Square East, 998-6780; $2.50 suggested donation;
NYU students, faculty and staff free; (Tue, Thu-Fri 11-6, Wed 11-8,
Sat 11-5). Maya Lin: Topologies, thru Oct 31. Counter Culture: Parisian
Cabarets and the avant-garde, 1875-1905, Nov 17 Jan 16. First Steps
II: Emerging Artists from Japan, Jan 27-Feb 20.
Gross Studio Museum
526 LaGuardia Place, btw. W. 3rd & Bleaker, 529-4906;
free; (Tues.-Sat 12-6 and tours by appointment). Permanent collection
of sculpture by Chaim Gross (1904-1991).
1071 5th Ave. at 89th St, 423-3500; $12,
$7 students/seniors, under 12 free, Fri 6-8 pay what you wish; (Sun-Wed
10-6, Fri, Sat 10-8). Rendezvous: Masterpieces from Center GeorgeLs
Pompadour and the Guggenheim Museums, Oct 16-Jan 10.
575 Broadway at Prince St, 423-3500; $8, $5 students/seniors;
under 12 free; Sun and Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 11-8). Premises: Invested
Spaces in Visual Arts and Architecture from France, 1958-1998, Oct