Here are a few events and happenings that caught our eye this week:
- The international photographer and street artist @JR has a new show up at Perrotin Gallery based on his current global project, ‘Les Enfants d’Ouranos’. Building on his ‘Déplacé-e-s’ series, which shares the stories of refugee children from around the world, the project aims to explore “the tensions between the visible and invisible.”
- The Museum at Eldridge is celebrating Women’s History Month with a concert from Alhambr, playing Judeo-Spanish music live, in the museum’s Main Sanctuary space, on Sunday, March 12th.
- FAB NYC has extended its open call to artists to create an art installation at M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden to memorialize the Chrystie Street African Burial Ground. The deadline is now Saturday, March 18th.
- ABC NoRio’s new show, WE REFUSE, WE WANT, WE COMMIT: An Exhibition by Members of the Strategic Transparency Network is now open at the ABC No Rio in Exile at 292 Gallery/Bullet Space (292 E. 3rd St., b/w Ave C & D)
- Joe’s Pub has a jam-packed lineup of performers all month long in celebration of “femme perspectives and creativity,” in honor of Women’s History Month. Learn more HERE.
Check out our Lower East Side Events Calendar for more neighborhood activities and add yours HERE.