Welcome to the NYTW Digital Archive.
Hilton Als is, and has been, an invaluable contributor to American cultural life for decades. Join this Pulitzer Prize-winning critic, artist, writer and curator as he lifts up and takes a different look at what he considers marginalized classics of the 20th Century. Until now.
Taxilandia, created and written by Oye Group’s Modesto Flako Jimenez, immerses its audience in the flavors, sounds, sights and dynamic history of a neighborhood confronting social stigmas and the realities of gentrification. In these virtual salons, Flako chats with local artists from each borough whose work intersects with gentrification.
In these politically tumultuous times, Artistic Instigator, NYTW Usual Suspect & Pulitzer Prize-winning Playwright Doug Wright believes that comedians have become the most potent truth tellers in an era of misinformation, often exceeding news sources in bringing crucial stories to the country’s attention and outpacing pundits and elected officials.
Martha Redbone and Aaron Whitby’s vision is to create a song cycle that is set during the pandemic summers of 1920 and 2020 in New York City
The Dominican Artists Collective welcomes you to the real Washington Heights—our beloved barrio and our home away from home. In THE COOKING PROJECT, travel with the DAC as they travel through time and space to explore their Diasporic journey—where they come from, and how they came to be.
ACT I & II:
In this first episode, Celine creates the characters on the Sims4, and puts them in a house to begin their journey. Konstantin writes, Nina performs, and we watch Celine manage eight different characters all at once. Featuring conversations with Aleshea Harris and Jeremy O. Harris.
Acts III & IV:
In this epic conclusion, Celine welcomes us back to the Sims as she juggles Nina’s baby, Masha’s never-ending pregnancy, and how exactly Konstantin’s death will play out in the Sims universe. Featuring conversations with Jiehae Park and C.A. Johnson.
Episode 1: A Zoom Webinar Offering Financial Advice for OnlyFans Content Creators
Episode 1 introduces us to Penny Marshall (not the real Penny Marshall) and her trusted(?) assistant Martin as they revolutionize the gig and gag economy by providing “advice” to up-and-coming performers in the digital sex industry.
Episode 2: Sliding Scales
Episode 2 finds Penny Marshall (not the real Penny Marshall) and her assistant/only employee Martin working at breakneck speeds as her financial advice seminars gain popularity among celebrities, social media influencers, and Instacart executives alike – but some people are taking advantage of her sliding scale rate!
Episode 3: Dia de la Muerta
Episode 3 brings us the epic conclusion (?) to this hero’s(?) journey against all odds…and like also other things. Lots of other things. The internet is wild.
Episode 1: Rome & America: Joined at Birth
Denis & Lisa share their exploration on the origins of the Roman Republic and muse over the richness in similarity of American institutions and foundational myths to their Roman counterparts. With guest scholar Roberta Stewart of Dartmouth College.
Episode 2: Citizenship
Denis & Lisa scrutinize the notion of citizenship in the Roman Republic and the details of what you get and what you give up in pursuit of citizenship in the United States today. With guest scholar Sonia Sabnis of Reed College.
Episode 3: How Republics Fall Apart
Denis & Lisa explore how the organizing principles behind the Roman Republic crumbled and what the future might hold for the American political system. Featuring original short film Cicero’s Dream.
Episode 4: How Republics End
On the eve of a historic U.S. election, Denis & Lisa gather to examine how elections functioned in the Roman Republic and delve into the roots of the electoral college. With special guest Jeffery Robinson of the ACLU.
Episode 5: What Happens Next?
Two weeks after the 2020 U.S. Election, Denis & Lisa gather with audience members from all four previous episodes for a discussion on artifacts, personal narratives on and after Election Day, and examining individual elements in the notion of a collective ideal republic.