MoMA Offers Free Online Courses on Fashion, Photography & More

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City is now offering nine free online courses for anyone to take while much of the country is still under stay-at-home orders.   Available here, through the Coursera platform, new sessions begin every four-weeks, but you can register at any time and access previous material upon … Continue reading MoMA Offers Free Online Courses on Fashion, Photography & More

Charity Spotlight: Inner City Arts

Founded by Bob Bates and Irwin Jaegar in 1989, Inner City Arts serves downtown Los Angeles youth, providing a safe, inclusive creative environment. Partnering with local schools, the program has served over 200,000 children and more than 10,000 teachers since it’s inception.   Programs and curriculum at Inner City Arts include: visual arts, ceramics, music, … Continue reading Charity Spotlight: Inner City Arts

A Day at the Gallery: “All Valid” Explores Skate Culture at New York’s Chinatown Soup

In an unsual fashion, an art show in New York’s Lower East Side invites people to touch the art. In fact, they’re encouraging skaters to bring their boards and ride through the exhibition and pieces on display. The New York skate culture, which thrived in the 90’s, has changed drastically over the past two and … Continue reading A Day at the Gallery: “All Valid” Explores Skate Culture at New York’s Chinatown Soup

RSVP Celebrates 6 Year Anniversary w/ Gallery by RSVP Opening Event

We kicked off our 6 Year Anniversary this past weekend by opening up our space to all of the people that have helped make RSVP Gallery what it is today. Friends, family, RSVP alumni, and everyone in between, stopped by to join in on the opening event for Gallery by RSVP. For the first time … Continue reading RSVP Celebrates 6 Year Anniversary w/ Gallery by RSVP Opening Event

Artist Series: Interview w/ Stefan Ponce

One push “play” on his SoundCloud profile and you’ll find yourself having listened to his catalog while simultaneously listening to all the songs you already know and love. Bearing Chicago-based producer Stefan Ponce’s distinctive sound are Vic Mensa’s “Down on my Luck,” Childish Gambino’s Grammy-nominated “3005,” Chance the Rapper’s “Good Ass Intro,” and most recently Mensa … Continue reading Artist Series: Interview w/ Stefan Ponce

RSVP Gallery for OFF–White Autumn/Winter ’15

“Don’t waste time being nervous,” says Virgil Abloh deciphering his newest Off—White men’s collection,  “Don’t Look Down.” While easier said than done, we’ll take Abloh’s word for it, whose endless list of accolades includes a recent placement as a finalist for the acclaimed LVMH Prize. For the Autumn/Winter ’15 season, Abloh’s theme of personal ascension was … Continue reading RSVP Gallery for OFF–White Autumn/Winter ’15

Michael Jordan 30th Anniversary Retrospective “Open Air”

“The idea came out of my head about a year ago. In Paris, there was an outdoor exhibit in 1990 (or) 1991. That’s the first time I had ever seen photography displayed so the masses could see it… I started thinking of Michael (Jordan) and the joy he brought here (to Chicago).” Walter Iooss, the … Continue reading Michael Jordan 30th Anniversary Retrospective “Open Air”