Here’s something to brighten your Monday: Broadway Week 2-for-1 Tickets go on sale at 10:30 AM! Here are the shows participating: http://bit.ly/1t48pQT

Broadway Week 2-for-1 Tickets are back this September! Here’s a round-up of all the shows you can see: http://bit.ly/1t48pQT

(Image: This is Our Youth playing at The Cort Theatre)

Broadway Week 2-for-1 Tickets are back this September! Here’s a round-up of all the shows you can see: http://bit.ly/1t48pQT

(Image: This is Our Youth playing at The Cort Theatre)

The Dream Up Festival 2014 starts this Sunday! Here’s the full lineup: http://bit.ly/1svq5ad

The African hair braiding salon, which can be found in cities all over the world, is a marker of diaspora and often an important site for African women living abroad to use their braiding skills to generate income. 

(via Ruka (To braid/ to knit/ to weave) | NYC-ARTS)

Catch up on the latest arts and culture news, including free music concerts as part of Madison Square Park Conservancy Oval Lawn Series! Tune in tonight at 8 PM on Thirteen WNET New York.

Happy birthday,John Leguizamo! Check out John Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown next Monday at SummerStage NYC: http://bit.ly/1r2YA3B

In Leguizamo’s trademark style, his one-man show explodes with energy and we’ve got VIP tickets for you to see it! Enter here by Tuesday (7/22) at noon: http://bit.ly/1rEC1Un

design-is-fine:

Yayoi Kusama, Yellow Trees, 1994. Acrylic on canvas. Forever Museum of Contemporary Art. © Yayoi Kusama. Via Whitneymuseum:

Kusama is obsessive in her mark-making and there are infinite variations in every line of circles. … I do not find logical repeats. Each tendril or stem is too individual. She may have used a compass to set the larger curves (pin-holes evident at points); however even these are not “regular.’ … Kusama has a very obsessive nature, evident in her early infinity net paintings of the late 1950s. David Kiehl