There’s plenty to do this weekend before your Oscar party/hopefully-historical-night-for-women-directors-celebration on Sunday:
Abrons Arts Center will host the premiere of Wallie Wolfgruber‘s Sacred Things, tonight and tomorrow, at 8pm. An evening of dance augmented by an Earth Installation by the choreographer and a photography exhibit by Lisa Gillette and Wolfgruber.
Tomorrow night at Bluestockings Bookstore – learn grassroots DIY tactics for getting your voice heard at Punk Politics Presently, a discussion of the way punk influences today’s political scene, led by two punk veterans—original riot grrrl Allison Wolfe and Mark Anderson, co-founder of the activist organization Positive Force DC. $5. 7pm.
On Sunday, Armory Arts Week will presents a Day on the Lower East Side. Join art world professionals for guided tours of Lower East Side galleries, organized by The Armory Show. Tours are available on a first-come, first-served basis and depart leave from the New Museum’s lobby. Self-guided tours with a neighborhood map will also be available.
12 p.m. | Aaron Thompson, local resident and founding artist of art.les.nyc studios
1 p.m. | Pearl Albino, Art Advisor
2 p.m. | Rita de Alencar Pinto, Independent Curator
3 p.m. | Heather Hubbs, Director, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA)