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Think!Chinatown Hosts Fourth Annual Chinatown Arts Week

Think!Chinatown brings Chinatown Arts Week back for a fourth year from October 15 - October 24. The free festival features a variety of programming celebrating the culture of Manhattan's Chinatown. The lineup includes grassroots Chinatown artists and emerging Asian...

Cinema Salon Series Comes to Anthology Archives

"Cinesymposia," a new series exploring the cinema, and the screening (theater) space itself, as a communal meeting place, is coming to Anthology Archives for three evenings of engagement beginning Wednesday, October 13th. The Salon will include screenings of short...

Cooper Union Hosts Indigenous Peoples’ Day program “We Will Always Be Here”

One fun way to honor and celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day is to check out this free performance at Cooper Union on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021. The evening features Grammy Award–winning composer, 2021 Helen Merrill award-winning playwright, actor, choreographer, eagle...

Film Screenings Return to Seward Park Library

Seward Park Library (192 East Broadway) has announced the return of their free curated film screenings after a long hiatus due to the pandemic. As of now, masks are required for attendance regardless of vaccination status. They will kick things...

Jim Jarmusch Newsprint Collages Come to James Fuentes Gallery

It turns out indie filmmaking icon Jim Jarmusch is also a visual artist who has been fascinated by newsprint since he was a small child. James Fuentes gallery will present "Jim Jarmusch Newsprint Collages," a collection of forty collages...

10th Annual LUNGS Harvest Arts Festival Begins Sept. 24

The Loisaida United Neighborhood Gardens (LUNGS) kicks off its 10th annual Harvest Arts Festival on September 24. The celebration will run through Oct. 3 and programming throughout the various gardens that are participating will run the gamut from art,...

Metrograph Theater & Commissary Announces Re-Opening Date

Local arthouse cinema, the Metrograph, has announced it will reopen on Friday, October 1, 2021, after being shut down since March of 2020, due to the pandemic. The theater has been slower to reopen than some of its contemporaries...

Paul Taylor Dance Co. Commemorates 9/11 With Free Performances

World renowned (and locally based) modern dance troupe, Paul Taylor Dance Company, will commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with two free public performances on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the Oculus at Ground Zero. They will perform Taylor's now...

“Steal This City” Film Festival Comes to Community Gardens Sept. 9-12

The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space is teaming up with Loisaida Center and ABC No Rio to present a collection of films documenting activist-driven occupations in New York City over the last five decades. Their ninth annual film festival...

Friends of Corlears Hook Park Hosts Japan Fun Fest

The Japanese Folk Dance Institute of New York (JFDINY) will present an all day festival celebrating Japan in Corlears Hook Park on Sunday, Sept. 12, from 12pm - 4pm. The event will feature traditional performing arts and cultural...
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Abrons Arts Center Announces Spring Lineup

Abrons Arts Center has announced its Spring 2022 Season. Offering a variety of multidisciplinary programming, the season leans into...
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