In advance of their upcoming virtual family concert, the musical duo talk about life, creativity, and “electric folk music for all ages.”


Explore exhibitions as a family with this selection of hands-on art activities you can do together at home.

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The Jewish Museum highlights Elinor Carucci’s photographs of the iconic collars worn by the late US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the anniversary of her birthday.


Part 5: Discussion with Emily Cheeger, director of “Holy Woman” (2020)


Part 4: Discussion with Arkadij Khaet and Mickey Paatzsch, directors of “Mazel Tov Cocktail” (2020)


Part 3: Discussion with Miriam Luc-Berman & Panda Shi Berman, directors of “Mimi and Panda” (2019)


Part 2: Discussion with Dhimitër Ismailaj-Valona, director of “Ismail’s Dilemma,” (2020)


Part 1: Discussion with Harvey Wang, director of “The Cantor’s Last Cantata” (2020)


Sunday, January 17, 2021 marks the final day that the exhibition “Rachel Feinstein: Maiden, Mother, Crone” will be on view. The first U.S. survey of the New York-based artist opened on November 1, 2019, featuring three decades of Feinstein’s work in sculpture, painting, and video. We asked the artist for some final musings to close out a wonderful run.

Rachel Feinstein. Photo by Chris Sanders.

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