Voices of Hope: Exhibitions
Take in an exhibition where you feel most comfortable: from the comfort of your home or in person. Partner presentations include a collection of art created in exile by German-speaking Jews and others persecuted by the Nazis, and works by LGBTQ+ BIPOC artists exploring the interplay of race, class, sex, and sexuality in response to the AIDS epidemic. In-person exhibitions focus on comedian Bob Hope’s legacy of entertaining troops overseas during World War II, and a post-war Italian art commune that examined the intersection of the humanities and science.
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Voices of Hope
Experience the life-affirming power of music and the arts in times of crisis in our Voices of Hope online festival.
Voices of Hope: Music
Discover the varied lineup of musical performances in Carnegie Hall’s Voices of Hope festival.
Voices of Hope: Films
Free film screenings are scheduled each day during Carnegie Hall’s Voices of Hope festival. Explore the full calendar!