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New York attracts world's best minds to its shores: they come here to interact with each other at conferences and seminars, and while they are here they are often invited to give a talk, a lecture, to be a part of a public discussion. We at Club Free Time give you an opportunity to be a part of it: to watch how those best minds in the world work! Don't miss the opportunities that only New York City (NYC) provides!

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142 free talks, lectures, discussions in New York City (NYC)

In New York City, you can talk with and listen to the best minds in the world without spending a dime! Just take a look at free talks, lectures, discussion, seminars, conferences listed on this page below!

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Jeff Cable is coming back to share his favorite tips for photographing sporting events. Even though Jeff is a 5-time Olympic photographer, he will have advice for photographers of all levels. Jeff will recommend camera gear, camera settings, and ways to grab unique sports photos. His casual and fun style of teaching has made him one of the most popular speakers at B&H for the last 5 years. Regardless of whether you are photographing Michael Phelps or your grandchild’s first swim meet, if you would like to learn how to capture great sports photos of our own, you should come to this class.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
10:00 am

Free
Slide Lectures, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Sports Photography: Tips That Work for Your Backyard to the Olympic Games
Book Discussion |
Dicuss the book by James McBride. National Book Award winner McBride goes in search of the “real” James Brown after receiving a tip that promises to uncover the man behind the myth. His surprising journey illuminates not only our understanding of this immensely troubled, misunderstood, and complicated soul genius but the ways in which our cultural heritage has been shaped by Brown’s legacy.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
3:00 pm

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Book Discussions, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Book Club: Kill 'Em and Leave
Book Discussion |
Join a discussion of Dashiell Hammet's classic noir thriller.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
5:00 pm

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Book Discussions, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Mystery Book Club: Red Harvest
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Poetics of Justice is very much a response to the current political moment in the United States. Claudia Rankine (pictured) and Dionne Brand will discuss the power and necessity of poetry in resisting the contemporary manifestations of racism, anti-blackness, and white supremacy.  Moderated by Tami Navarro.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
6:00 pm

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Discussions, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Poetics of Justice
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Michel Foucault famously argued that Chicago school neoliberalism was beyond normativity, uninterested in the disciplinary categories of perversion or deviance. Yet neoliberal scholars were far from libertarian when it came to the legal regulation of sexuality and entertained a much more complex relationship to moral philosophy than what is suggested by Foucault. In this workshop, Melinda Cooper, (author of Family Values: Between Neoliberalism and the New Social Conservatism), will elucidate what she sees as the moral economy of neoliberalism and its provenance in the poor law tradition of family responsibility. This event will bring together Melinda Cooper with scholars who have worked on the intersection of neoliberalism and sexual politics, Lisa Duggan and Bethany Moreton.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
6:00 pm

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Discussions, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Moral Economies of Neoliberalism
Forum |
A conversation about various aspects of what it means to live as a vegan. Panelists will discuss their own experiences adopting veganism into their everyday lifestyle and professional work.  How does veganism translate into a lifestyle and professional career? Hear from four powerful figures in the vegan spotlight who have made it their lives’ work to adopt a vegan lifestyle and embody what it means to live, not just eat, as a vegan.Panelists include:David Carter — Former NFL Player; Animal Rights ActivistChloe Coscarelli — Vegan Chef; Cookbook AuthorJoshua Katcher — Instructor of Fashion at Parsons; Founder & Creative Director, Brave Gentleman; Founder & Editor, TheDiscerningBrute.comDominick Thompson — Healthcare Executive, Multi-Sport Athlete, Animal Rights Activist; Founder & Creative Director, Crazies & Weirdos
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
6:00 pm

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Forums, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Vegan Living: Fashion, Food, and Fitness
Slide Lecture |
This illustrated lecture recounts the story of a serial bomber who stalked the streets of 1950s New York and how the race to catch him gave birth to a new science called criminal profiling.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tue, Apr 25
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, April 25, 2017, 04/25/2017, Michael Cannell discusses his book Incendiary: The Psychiatrist, the Mad Bomber, and the Invention of Criminal Profiling
Discussion |
Cities across the globe are facing more frequent and more punitive natural disasters. At the same time, the U.S. federal government is showing reduced interest in and support for resiliency planning and recovery, making the efforts and leverage of local communities all the more critical.  This panel will convene representatives from academia and government and practitioners in the field of disaster recovery and resiliency to address the strategies behind and implications of community-based resiliency (broadly considered). Using Superstorm Sandy as the context, panelists will reflect on the successes and challenges of past efforts and discuss strategies for moving forward. The panelists include: Drew Curtis from Ironbound Community Corporation (Newark, NJ); Michelle de la Uz from Fifth Avenue Committee (Brooklyn); Erika Lindsey from the NYC Mayor's Office of Recovery and Resiliency; and Leigh Graham from CUNY; moderator: Rachel Meltzer, Assistant Professor of Urban Policy Analysis and Management. 
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
8:30 am

Free
Discussions, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Preparing for Natural Disasters from the Ground Up: Community-Based Resiliency and Superstorm Sandy
Gallery Talk |
Bringing to vivid life the emotions of the people of ancient Greece, and prompting questions about how we express, control, manipulate, or simulate feelings in our own society, A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC–200 AD is a path-breaking exhibition.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
1:00 pm

Free
Gallery Talks, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Guided Exhibition Tour: A World of Emotions
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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic anime series Speed Racer with original voice actress Corinne Orr who will be in conversation with longtime anime voice actor, director, script writer and producer Michael Sinterniklass. Signing of DVD sleeve to follow.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
6:00 pm

Free
Talks, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Voice actress Corinne Orr discusses the DVD release of Speed Racer
Discussion |
A panel; discussion exploring Tabori's role in expanding the post-Brechtian theatre scene in New York and Europe, and the potential for a Tabori revival sparked by the unique mood of our times. The panel will include Wynn Handman, Jonathan Kalb, Annemarie van Roessel, Stanley Walden, and Lena Tabori. 
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
6:00 pm

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Discussions, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, The Tabori Project: Explorations of the Hungarian Playwright's Place in Theater
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St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan abides as New York’s oldest building in continuous public use, and as a symbol of faith, endurance, and social good. In this fourth and final lecture in a series celebrating the 250th anniversary year of St. Paul’s Chapel, Lisa Keller, Professor of History at SUNY Purchase, will discuss the protests that took place in the streets around St. Paul’s and the New Yorkers who participated in transforming New York from a village to a world city in the 19th century.
   New York City, NY; NYC
Wed, Apr 26
6:00 pm

Free
Lectures, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Raucous New York: A Lecture on Popular Protest on the Streets Around and Beyond St. Paul’s
Book Discussion |
Discuss the book by JD Vance.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
6:00 pm

Free
Book Discussions, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, After Hours Book Discussion: Hillbilly Elegy
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In celebration of Until, an enormous, elaborate journey through the workings of the artistic mind, the acclaimed artist Nick Cave discusses his newest work, currently on view at MASS MoCA, with the Museum's curator Denise Markonish, Faust principal and creative director Bob Faust, and performer Helga Davis.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
6:30 pm

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Talks, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Artist Talk: Nick Cave
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President Trump has promised to follow two simple rules: “Made in America. Made by Americans.” Will the administration’s trade agenda result in more US manufacturing jobs? And how will it impact wages and income disparity, in our country and globally? New York Times columnist Eduardo Porter (Economic Scene) hosts a panel of experts on the complex interrelationship between trade, jobs, and inequality.Participants:- Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist, New York Times columnist, and distinguished professor at the Graduate Center.- David Autor, leading labor economist; professor at MIT, where he directs the School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative; and editor in chief of the Journal of Economic Perspectives.- Brad DeLong, economics professor at U.C. Berkeley; weblogger for the Washington Center for Equitable Growth; and former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of the treasury, in the Clinton administration.- Anne Harrison, professor at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; former director of development policy at the World Bank; and author of Globalization and Poverty.
   New York City, NY; NYC
Wed, Apr 26
6:30 pm

Free
Discussions, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Trade, Jobs, and Inequality: A Discussion Including Nobel Prize Winner Paul Krugman
Slide Lecture |
This illustrated lecture traces and life and career of Irving Berlin and features videos of singers, including Eddie Cantor, Ella Fitzgerald, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Al Jolson , Judy Garland, and more, performing his songs from Hollywood and Broadway.With Mel Haber.
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Wed, Apr 26
6:30 pm

Free
Slide Lectures, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Irving Berlin: A Musical Biography
Gallery Talk |
An exhibition walkthrough with artist Alexis Rockman.
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Wed, Apr 26
6:30 pm

$5
Gallery Talks, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Gallery Tour: Exploratory Works: Drawings from the Department of Tropical Research Field Expeditions
Talk |
Torkwase Dyson works through multiple forms and describes herself as a painter who uses the language of architecture and minimal geometric abstraction to generate descriptive fragments of space. The works are distilled deconstructions of natural and built environments and consider how individuals negotiate and negate various types of systemic orders that impact environmental justice.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
7:00 pm

Free
Talks, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Artist Talk: Torkwase Dyson
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In this wonderful piece of narrative nonfiction inspired by a fait divers, Jablonka delivers a masterful investigation on the figure of Laëtitia that calls upon sociology, journalism, psychology, and justice. He focuses on her volatile childhood – spent bouncing between a violent alcoholic father, a depressive mother, and foster care – on her daily life under the authority of an abusive social worker, and on her dreams for a future that would not come to be. While accounting for the markers of Laëtitia’s story, Jablonka reveals something much larger about the time we live in, about our values, and the social and political system in which we evolve.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Wed, Apr 26
7:00 pm

Free
Talks, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, Ivan Jablonka discusses his book Male Violence in The 21st Century: The Short Life of Laëtitia, 1992-2011
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How can religion and religious leaders work together to push back against extremism and stereotypes? Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer (pictured), president of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, and Samar Kaukab, executive director of Arete at the University of Chicago, discuss the relationship between foreign policy and American democracy.
   New York City, NY; NYC
Wed, Apr 26
7:00 pm

Free
Discussions, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, On Faith and Friendship in an Age of Extremism
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As part of the interdisciplinary event series Ursula Block’s gelbe MUSIK – 33 Years in Review highlighting the history and archive of experimental music of the sound art curatorial pioneer, Ursula Block participates in a listening session and conversation with curators Fiona McGovern and Justin Luke. Over its 33 years in existence gelbe MUSIK, Block’s unique record store and gallery,  functioned as an important meeting ground for musicians, composers, visual artists and choreographers from all over the world. Artists such as Maryanne Amacher, Henning Christiansen, Romuald Hazoumé, Christina Kubisch, Christian Marclay, Nam June Paik, and Akio Suzuki are among the many artists Block worked with, often presenting their first show in Germany. In addition to programming at gelbe MUSIK, Block was involved in a number of exhibitions dedicated to artist’s records in a variety of locations throughout the mid-1980s. In 1989 Block worked with Michael Glasmeier to co-curate the influential and crucial exhibition Broken Music at daadgalerie, Berlin. Its title was taken from Milan Knížák, whose concept of the same name served as a leading motto for Block. The accompanying Broken Music catalogue is still considered to be one of the most extensive of its kind. About two-thirds of the records listed there are in Block’s collection. The event series Ursula Block’s gelbe MUSIK – 33 Years in Review is curated by Fiona McGovern and Justin Luke, and is presented in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut and OSMOS.Back
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Wed, Apr 26
7:00 pm

Free
Discussions, April 26, 2017, 04/26/2017, gelbe MUSIK Listening Session
Lecture |
Historical parallels abound in Sana Krasikov’s new novel, The Patriots, about three generations of an American family who emigrate in reverse from the US to Russia. Reviewers have called the book alarmingly relevant to our political moment. Krasikov will talk about her efforts to decode the vernacular of autocracy, and how writing the story of Americans lost in Russia felt uncomfortably close to home. Sana Krasikov was born in Ukraine and grew up in Georgia and the United States. Her story collection One More Year won a "5 Under 35" award from the National Book Foundation, and the Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature. It was a finalist for the 2009 PEN/Hemingway Award and for the NYPL Young Lions Fiction Prize. Her latest novel, The Patriots, explores the effects of the Cold War on three generations of one American family, from the 1930s to the present.
   New York City, NY; NYC
Thu, Apr 27
4:10 pm

Free
Lectures, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Reversing the Spin Cycle: Sana Krasikov on Writing Novels in an Age of Propaganda
Book Discussion |
Discuss the book by Henry James.
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Thu, Apr 27
4:30 pm

Free
Book Discussions, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Book Club: The Other House
Book Discussion |
Discuss the book by Andy Weir.
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Thu, Apr 27
5:45 pm

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Book Discussions, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Book Club: The Martian
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In this talk, Al Pittampalli will discuss how to prioritize decisions so you’re focusing on the ones that matter as well as critical steps for making the best decision possible.  
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
6:30 pm

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Talks, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Faster, Smarter Decision-Making With a Fortune 1000 Adviser
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Painter Ari Roussimoff will be speaking about Masonic symbolism in his paintings.White wine and water will be served. Photo ID is required to enter.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
6:30 pm

Free
Talks, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Artist Talk: Ari Roussimoff
Discussion |
Each year the German Translation Fund organizes several workshops around the world focused on translating from German into one particular language and vice versa. This year for the first time, one of these ViceVersa week-long workshops is taking place in the United States with five German-to-English translators and five English-to-German translators, led by Shelley Frisch and Karen Nölle. In conjunction with this workshop, Frisch and Nölle will host a panel on current directions in literary translation, and workshop participants will present from new translations in progress. The evening will provide a window into what it means to spend most-- or all-- of one's waking hours contemplating texts in one language and recreating them in new linguistic garb. 
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
6:30 pm

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Discussions, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, ViceVersa: An Evening With Translators
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A lecture by Ivan Jablonka, Professor of contemporary history at the Université Paris-XIII-Nord and a novelist. His latest book, Laëtitia ou La fin des hommes (Seuil, 2016), takes up a news item story of a girl’s murder as an object of historical study and analyzes her life story as a “social fact.” It received the Renaudot and Goncourt Prizes, the Prix Médicis, the Prix Le Monde and the Prix des prix littéraires.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
6:30 pm

Free
Lectures, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, History, Literature, and Faits Divers
Slide Lecture |
This illustrated lecture highlights the intersection between American society and America’s pastime during the 1960s, when the hallmarks of the sport—fairness, competition, and mythology—came under scrutiny.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
6:30 pm

Free
Slide Lectures, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro discuss their book One Nation Under Baseball: How the Sixties Collided with the National Pastime
Gallery Talk |
The South Asian Women’s Creative Collective is pleased to present its 20th anniversary visual arts exhibition, guest curated by Saisha Grayson. The exhibition takes over all three gallery spaces, and features thirteen artists and collectives from throughout the diaspora, working across artistic media to investigate the resonances found in an archival past on the contingencies of the present.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
6:30 pm

Free
Gallery Talks, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Curator's Tour: Archival Alchemy: South Asian Women’s Creative Collective
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Four authors discuss the joys and challenges of pregnancy and motherhood while fulfilling careers in writing and journalism.With: JORDAN REID ERIN WILLIAMS YLONDA GAULT CAVINESSEMILY GOULD
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Thu, Apr 27
7:00 pm

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Discussions, April 27, 2017, 04/27/2017, Working Moms Unite: Writers on Pregnancy and Parenting
Conference |
A conference exploring the pre-histories of human rights in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It takes as a point of departure recent scholarship opening up the history of human rights and seeing it in less deterministic ways—less centered on Enlightenment republicanism, less Western, less inevitably focused on civil and political rights at the expense of social and economic rights.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Fri, Apr 28
10:00 am

Free
Conferences, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, Rights, the Human, and Literature in Early Modernity
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Federico Finchelstein (Professor of History) will address the public impact of populist movements. The lecture will be historically focused on what populism is and it will be especially tuned to contemporary public discourse on populist anti-politics in the context of discrimination against immigrants and minorities in the United States.
   New York City, NY; NYC
Fri, Apr 28
10:30 am

Free
Lectures, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, Post-Election America: Populism
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Alexandra Isles, the documentary filmmaker of Scandalize My Name: Stories from the Blacklist tells how “Red Scare” politics in the 1950s were used to set back the civil rights movement and destroy the lives of prominent African-American entertainers and writers.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Fri, Apr 28
1:00 pm

Free
Lectures, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, How Blacklisting Set Back Civil Rights
Gallery Talk |
Bringing to vivid life the emotions of the people of ancient Greece, and prompting questions about how we express, control, manipulate, or simulate feelings in our own society, A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC–200 AD is a path-breaking exhibition.
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Fri, Apr 28
1:00 pm

Free
Gallery Talks, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, Guided Exhibition Tour: A World of Emotions
Book Discussion |
Discuss the book by H.G. Wells.
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Fri, Apr 28
3:00 pm

Free
Book Discussions, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, Book Club: The Time Machine
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One of America’s most influential writers, Anne Sexton has long been overshadowed by fellow confessional poets Sylvia Plath and Robert Lowell and is seldom featured in literary criticism. This Business of Words reassesses Sexton and her poetry for the first time in two decades and offers directions for future Sexton scholarship.  With new access to her archives, the scholars and poets featured in this volume explore her work, responses to her contemporaries, and her legacy.  In The Business of Words critical and creative perspectives intersect, inspiring new questions about Sexton’s poems and how to interpret them.  This volume maps the influence of Sexton’s craft on twenty-first century cultural contexts and emphasizes her continuing vitality.This event comprises lectures and discussion featuring contributors to This Business of Words: Reassessing Anne Sexton, moderated by the editor Amanda Golden.  
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Fri, Apr 28
4:00 pm

Free
Book Discussions, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, Amanda Golden discusses her book This Business of Words: Reassessing Anne Sexton
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Drawing on methods ranging from philosophy to ethnography to politics, this panel will address problems at the intersection of affect and work. Drawing on her ethnographic fieldwork with immigrant nurses in Toronto, anthropologist Lalaie Ameeriar (author of Downwardly Global: Women, Work, and Citizenship in the Pakistani Diaspora) will discuss pedagogies of affect in job training, arguing that teaching Western notions of docility and deference to women workers reproduces a racialized notion of femininity. Political theorist Kathi Weeks (author of The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics and Postwork Imaginaries) will present “Down with Love: Feminist Critique and the New Ideologies of Work,” a paper comprising new research on love and happiness in popular management discourses. Philosopher Shiloh Whitney will critique the use of authenticity as a framework for analyzing affective labor, suggesting instead a notion of affective agency that allows us to rethink emotions outside of the binary of sovereign and spontaneous versus forced or feigned. 
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Fri, Apr 28
6:00 pm

Free
Discussions, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, Labors of Love
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Natalia Ginzburg (1916-1991) was the author of numerous novels, short stories, and essays. In her work, she was particularly interested in the intersection between private and public, between family relationships and the political sphere. A Family Lexicon, arguably one of the great works of twentieth-century literature, re-creates the small world of a family - and their linguistic codes - against a backdrop of the rise of Mussolini through World War II.On the occasion of the publication of Jenny McPhee's new translation of Natalia Ginzburg's novel A Family Lexicon, this is a panel discussion about Ginzburg, women writers, and the state of the art of translation, featuring:Jenny McPhee (NYU)Jhumpa Lahiri (Princeton University)Ann Goldstein (editor, The New Yorker)Giovanna Calvino (NYU)Lynne Sharon Schwartz (Bennington College)Moderated by Ruth Ben-Ghiat (NYU)
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Fri, Apr 28
6:00 pm

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Discussions, April 28, 2017, 04/28/2017, The Life and Work of Italian Author Natalia Ginzburg
Book Discussion |
Discuss the book by Bryan Stevenson.
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Sat, Apr 29
10:30 am

Free
Book Discussions, April 29, 2017, 04/29/2017, Book Discussion Group: Just Mercy
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Sat, Apr 29
1:00 pm

Free
Gallery Talks, April 29, 2017, 04/29/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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See the works by artists Hanne Darboven (pictured) and Kishio Suga.
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Sat, Apr 29
2:00 pm

Free
Gallery Talks, April 29, 2017, 04/29/2017, Public Guided Tour of 2 Art Shows
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Learn about the benefits of microdosing, and how to do it right with edibles and infusions. Michael Walker and Ana Salinas introduce the pharmaceutical roots of bitters and how they naturally lend themselves to an “herbal” enhancement. They’ll review bittering process and how cannabis-infused bitters differ from more standard bitters, and how imbibing these bitters socially may offer a glimpse into how we may drink in the future. Jena Min discusses how microdosing edibles naturally enhances a feeling of alert relaxation, which makes it ideal for stressful events such as public speaking. It is especially beneficial for those who experience social awkwardness or anxiety, making it perfect for social gatherings and events.Ana Salinas and Michael Walker started their bitters company, Stoned Cold Brooklyn, with a belief that changing policies and more enlightened attitudes about cannabis consumption might go hand-in-hand with ways of socially imbibing to which we are more accustomed. The story of bitters is integral to the creation of the cocktail, which itself was largely born out of prohibition. They hope these bitters in some small way help to usher out the other prohibition that has been with us for nearly a century. Michael and Ana both reside in Brooklyn, where Michael bartends and pursues his passion for econometric modeling, and Ana, a trained graphic artist, does iOS development.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Sat, Apr 29
4:30 pm

Free
Talks, April 29, 2017, 04/29/2017, Microdosing and Marijuana: Less Is More
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Gallery artist David Kutz will give an artist's talk about his work, A Stranger's Path, currently on view. Inspired by an essay, "The Stranger's Path" by the renowned American geographer J.B. Jackson, and the great panoramas of the early 19th-century, this 21-foot long, 210-degree panoramic work considers the commonality of the modern travel experience.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Sat, Apr 29
5:00 pm

Free
Gallery Talks, April 29, 2017, 04/29/2017, Artist Talk: David Kutz
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What do today’s settlements have in common with those established earlier in Israeli history? In celebration of Israel Independence Day, discuss Israel’s earliest settlers with scholar Karen Spira.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Sun, Apr 30
1:30 pm

$5
Talks, April 30, 2017, 04/30/2017, Israel 101: Settlements
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Learn about the various laws and mandates pertaining to Jewish surnames in the Russian Empire, the complexities of Jewish surname adoption and use, and how this information is useful in Jewish genealogical research.With: Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull
   New York City, NY; NYC
Sun, Apr 30
2:00 pm

Free
Lectures, April 30, 2017, 04/30/2017, The History, Adoption, and Regulation of Jewish Surnames in the Russian Empire
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This hour-long workshop, facilitated by an artist and lawyer team, will teach the basics of our nation’s path toward universal suffrage, as well as covering current controversies surrounding voting rights. During the second half of the workshop, participants are encouraged to lend their voices to the conversation by creating an original cartoon, meme, song, poem, or social media post that creatively expresses the meaning and importance to them of voting.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Mon, May 1
2:00 pm

Free
Discussions, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, The Fourteenth Amendment: Transforming American Democracy
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With: Elzbieta Sklodowska, Washington University María A. Cabrera Arús, New York University Walfrido Dorta, New York UniversityModerator: Jacqueline Loss, University of Connecticut
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Mon, May 1
4:00 pm

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Discussions, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, Cuba's 'Special Period:' Legacy in the Arts and Culture
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Looking for a little something to liven up your Monday? Join the monthly Contemporary Classics Book Discussion. This informal group offers an opportunity to dig deeply into some of the finest examples of contemporary writing and make friends with some fellow book-lovers. This month: A Flag for Sunrise, an astonishing saga of politics, war, and Americans out of place, by Robert Stone.
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Mon, May 1
5:45 pm

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Book Discussions, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, Contemporary Classics Book Discussion: A Flag for Sunrise
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Sweat is the newly minted Pulitzer Prize-winning play from critically acclaimed writer Lynn Nottage. Set in the rust-belt town of Reading, Pennsylvania, the narrative explores the chasm created by job loss that leads to racial unease and a breakdown in community. Join an evening of theater talk with Nottage.Lynn Nottage is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and screenwriter, whose plays have been produced widely in the United States and throughout the world. Sweat, which won this year’s Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, moved to Broadway after a sold out run at The Public Theater. Nottage is also the recipient of a PEN/Laura Pels Master Playwright Award, Literature Award from the Academy of Arts and Letters, MacArthur “Genius Grant” Fellowship, and the National Black Theatre Fest’s August Wilson Playwriting Award, to name a few. She serves as an Associate Professor in the Theatre Department at Columbia School of the Arts.
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Mon, May 1
6:30 pm

Free
Talks, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage talks about her play Sweat
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For the sixth and final Adventure in Italian Opera with Fred Plotkin of the season, the expert on all things Italian takes the interviewee seat in the company of Director Stefano Albertini.
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Mon, May 1
6:30 pm

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Discussions, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, Adventures in Italian Opera with Fred Plotkin
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This illustrated lecture reveals the triumphs, pains, and struggles in the high-risk life of a former proprietary trader.
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Mon, May 1
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, Michael Kimelman discusses his book Confessions of a Wall Street Insider: A Cautionary Tale of Rats, Feds, and Banksters
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The stories we tell today about our era of uncertainty and transformation will not only contribute to the shape of tomorrow but also will create the record that future historians will look to when studying our time. How writers see today’s events and how they choose to relate them are subjects for enduring exploration. What are the national events worth covering, the global picture that needs rendering, the perceived consequences of what is happening at the present moment? Sam Tanenhaus, the former editor of The New York Times Book Review, will moderate conversations featuring contributors from some of America’s greatest and most enduring publications: The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, and The New York Times.
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Mon, May 1
7:00 pm

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Discussions, May 01, 2017, 05/01/2017, Future Perfect: Recording the History of Now
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Transwoman and political activist Jennifer Finney Boylan, trans author and boxer Thomas Page McBee, poets Eileen Myles and Saeed Jones, and founder/executive director of Women in Media & News Jennifer Pozner discuss the narratives of transgender issues found—or not seen—in the media.
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Tue, May 2
6:00 pm

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Discussions, May 02, 2017, 05/02/2017, PEN World Voices Festival 2017: Queer Representation and the Media
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Participants:*Esteban Beltrán | President of Amnesty International Spain*Jon Lee Anderson | Journalist, The New Yorker*Miquel Ramos | Journalist, specialist in far right movements. Directa, La Marea (Spain)
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Tue, May 2
6:30 pm

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Discussions, May 02, 2017, 05/02/2017, Victims of Franquismo: A Reparation That Never Comes
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America’s initial military response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks involved a handful of American Special Operations forces secretly sent into Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. Former special forces commanders Maj. Mark Nutsch (pictured) and retired Master Sgt. Scott Neil discuss their unconventional warfare missions atop horseback in the first days after 9/11.
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Tue, May 2
7:00 pm

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Discussions, May 02, 2017, 05/02/2017, The Horse Soldiers
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To an unprecedented extent, the 2016 election raised questions about the role and function of the media, its responsibilities in a modern democracy, and the degree to which reportage can make a difference in public life. The national discussion of both candidates was driven by an a la carte relationship with reality that culminated in new levels of mendacity, "alternative facts," and, ultimately, toxic confusion. This lecture examines the dynamics at play in the election, the role played by print, broadcast, and social media, and the implications of those dynamics for the “fourth estate” over the next four years of American politics, and into the future.Lecturer: Jelani Cobb 
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Tue, May 2
7:00 pm

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Lectures, May 02, 2017, 05/02/2017, The Half-Life of Freedom: The Media and Alternative Facts
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A discussion about the intersection of LGBTQ rights and faith with Joy Ladin (the first openly transgender professor at an Orthodox Jewish institution), Amy Butler (Senior Minister, The Riverside Church), Garrard Conley (author of Boy Erased, about going through “Conversion Therapy” in Arkansas and whose father is a minister), Binyavanga Wainaina (Kenyan author and outspoken LGBTQ activist), moderated by Jennifer Boylan.
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Tue, May 2
7:30 pm

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Discussions, May 02, 2017, 05/02/2017, PEN World Voices Festival 2017: Gender, Power & Faith
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This initiative investigates Brazilian modernist photography, its relationship to race, and its place within a dynamic international network of images and ideas. From experimental work that resonates with broader postwar trends of creative photographic expression to modern forms with local and sometimes ethnic inflections, photographers were instrumental in formulating new visual languages in Brazil. Since 1939, the São Paulo-based Foto Cine Clube Bandeirante (FCCB) nurtured a wide range of avant-garde practices that anticipated many elements of Concrete Art in Brazil featured at the first São Paulo Biennial in 1951. This diverse group included photographers from immigrant communities such as São Paulo’s growing German, Hungarian, Jewish, Italian, and Japanese populations. These artists participated in international networks of exchange around the globe that increased their visibility and expanded their approach.Taking FCCB as a starting point, the conference stretches the boundaries of what we understand as experimental art in Brazil in the mid-twentieth century. Photography has been largely excluded from current scholarship about Brazilian modernism and abstraction, and Brazilian photographers of this era are overlooked in narratives around modern photography. The aims of the conference are thus threefold: first, we will examine the distinctive nature of Brazilian modernist photography. Second, we hope to explore photography within the context of modernist and abstract art in Brazil, probing the relationship of modernist photography to other marginalized media and art forms such as mail art and Afro-Brazilian art. Third, we encourage an international perspective that investigates networks of modernist photography through transnational photo clubs, salons, exhibitions, and the many magazines that flourished domestically and across Latin America, the United States and Europe.
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Wed, May 3
9:00 am

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Conferences, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, In Black and White: Photography, Race, and the Modern Impulse in Brazil at Midcentury
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In commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the launching of the Protestant Reformation by Martin Luther, this conference brings together a distinguished group of scholars to discuss the meaning of this world-historical event, as well as its legacy. In particular, the participants will discuss what impact—intentional or unintentional—the Reformation has had on our modern notions of human rights.
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Wed, May 3
10:30 am

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Conferences, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, The Protestant Reformation and Human Rights
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Discuss the book by Chinua Achebe.
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Wed, May 3
3:30 pm

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Book Discussions, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, Riverside Book Club: Things Fall Apart
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A discussion on the ways women are denied equal opportunities. With Sarah Barmak (Closer: Notes from the Orgasmic Frontier of Female Sexuality), Jill Filipovic (The H Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness), Mona Eltahawy (Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution), and Sabrina Jones (Our Lady of Birth Control).
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Wed, May 3
6:00 pm

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Discussions, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, PEN World Voices Festival 2017: Forbidden --Too Liberated
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Discuss the book by Jeffrey Eugenides.
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Wed, May 3
6:00 pm

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Book Discussions, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, Inwood Book Discussion: The Virgin Suicides
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Together with the rise of neoliberalism, the extraordinary development of market finance over the last thirty years has refashioned social relations in the capitalist core in crucial ways. To shed light on the nature of this transformation, Ivan Ascher (author of Portfolio Society: On the Capitalist Mode of Prediction) will be joined in conversation by Robyn Marasco (CUNY-Hunter) and Melinda Cooper (University of Sydney).
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Wed, May 3
6:30 pm

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Discussions, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, Neoliberalism and the Rise of Finance
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This illustrated lecture spotlights the travails of the Oscar-winning actress alongside the author's personal story of discovering an unlikely muse.
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Wed, May 3
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, Edward Sorel discusses his book Mary Astor's Purple Diary: The Great American Sex Scandal of 1936
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Michael Kimmelman will speak on the legacy of writer and preservationist Jane Jacobs (1916-2006), whose work changed the way the world views and understands cities. Award-winning author and preservationist Roberta Brandes Gratz will introduce him.
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Wed, May 3
7:00 pm

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Talks, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, The Legacy of Jane Jacobs: A Talk by New York Times Architecture Critic Michael Kimmelman
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Le Conversazioni is the international festival created by Antonio Monda and Davide Azzolini that takes place annually on the Isle of Capri, in New York (at the Morgan Library and at the New York Historical Society), in Bogota and in Rome, with the participation of some of the leading lights in contemporary English literature and international culture. In the last few years some of today’s great writers have come together in Capri to discuss the chosen theme for each year: identity, the relationship between the word and the image, memory, deadly sins, human rights, eros, winners & losers, revolution, diversity. Followed by a screening of the documentary Diversity, directed by Carlotta Corradi, about the previous edition (2016) with Valeria Luiselli, Donato Carrisi, Gary Shteyngart, Erica Jong, Hanan al-Shaykh, Garth Risk Hallberg, and Marlon James.In English.
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Wed, May 3
7:00 pm

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Discussions, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, Le Conversazioni 2017
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A discussion on portraying women’s sexuality in fiction with novelists Yewande Omotoso (South Africa), Abubakar Adam Ibrahim (Nigeria), Malin Persson Giolito (Sweden), and Minae Mizumura (Japan).
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Wed, May 3
7:30 pm

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Discussions, May 03, 2017, 05/03/2017, PEN World Voices Festival 2017: Forbidden -- Too Desirous
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Thu, May 4
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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As scholars observe, the pronounced effects of urban inequality are in the persistence of residential segregation and in neighborhood income polarization. On the one hand, gated communities constitute some of the most privileged and affluent communities, and as such contribute to segregation. On the other hand, mixed-income communities are increasingly being promoted through a multitude of housing policies as a pathway towards desegregation. The empirical evidence, however, is not conclusive about whether or not this mixedness indeed contributes to residential integration. Particularly, there are no studies about the specific impact of economically integrated neighborhoods on levels of metropolitan residential segregation. The innovative aspect of the proposed research is that it provides such evidence by examining the link between mixed-income neighborhoods and gated communities. Lecturer Elena Vesselinov is Associate Professor of Sociology at Queens College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
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Thu, May 4
4:30 pm

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Discussions, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, Gated vs. Mixed Income Communities
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What are the politics of police brutality in New York City and what leaders and movements have attempted to stop it? Why don’t police review boards stop police brutality? In this edition of Conversations in Black Freedom Studies series, Clarence Taylor, Cathy Schneider, Michael Flamm and Christopher Hayes discuss the latest research on the explosive issues that propelled the 1964 Harlem and Brooklyn uprisings and fuel urban unrest today.
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Thu, May 4
6:00 pm

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Discussions, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, The Long Fight Against New York’s Police Brutality
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Contemporary artist Marina Zurkow will lead a tour through the exhibition Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible, discussing the relationship among the animal, art, and science.Critical Walk-Throughs consist of a 40-minute guided tour that is meant to offer an alternative perspective to the works on view. They include conversations with artists, scholars, and curators, and provide an intimate opportunity to engage with the central themes and histories found in the artwork. The program is limited to 20 individuals. 
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Thu, May 4
6:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, Critical Exhibition Walk-Through: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible
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Discuss the book by W. Somerset Maugham.
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Thu, May 4
6:00 pm

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Book Discussions, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, Book Club: The Painted Veil
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After the critical first 100 days of Trump’s presidency, where are we as a nation? What do the administration’s policies and actions bode for the future? Join this event for in-depth perspectives from Jelani Cobb (New Yorker writer, author of The Substance of Hope: Barack Obama and the Paradox of Progress, and professor of journalism at Columbia) and Megan McArdle (columnist at Bloomberg View, author of The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success). Peter Beinart, CNN commentator and faculty member, hosts this series of interactive and provocative discussions.
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Thu, May 4
6:30 pm

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Discussions, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, The First 100 Days: Looking Back and Ahead
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This illustrated lecture dissects this rapid rise of “sponsored content,” a strategy whereby advertisers have become publishers and publishers create advertising—all under the guise of unbiased information.
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Thu, May 4
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 04, 2017, 05/04/2017, Mara Einstein discusses her book Black Ops Advertising: Native Ads, Content Marketing and the Covert World of the Digital Sell
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The 2017 Victorian Studies Conference featuring keynote speaker Nancy Armstrong (Duke University) will examine the state of feminist criticism in Victorian studies. It will explore feminist work from its inception in the 1970s, through its landmark critical works, into its current state and future prospects, with particular attention to how our feminist practices vary transatlantically and intersect with queer studies, narrative theory, postcolonialism, and digital humanities. It will be asking how feminist Victorian criticism formed, how it has changed over time, and what we want for its future.
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Fri, May 5
9:00 am

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Conferences, May 05, 2017, 05/05/2017, The Woman Card: Feminism and Victorian Studies, Past, Present, and Future
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The 2013–15 excavations in the Late Roman (fifth century) synagogue at Huqoq revealed a mosaic depicting a subject that is unparalleled in ancient synagogue art. The mosaic panel displays an enigmatic narrative over three registers of unequal size. Although there are no inscriptions identifying the episodes represented, the presence of battle elephants and period-specific dress sets the Huqoq mosaic apart in the corpus of ancient synagogue art. In all other known synagogues, the subject matter depicted in narrative scenes derives from the Hebrew Bible. The presentation focuses on what we believe are the likeliest interpretations of the events portrayed in this mosaic. The iconography and composition of the mosaic, when set alongside Jewish and non-Jewish textual traditions, suggest that it portrays an historical event, either real or invented, from the late Classical or Hellenistic periods. The memorialization of a non-biblical event in a synagogue challenges conventional scholarly assumptions concerning the historical consciousness of Jews in late antique Galilee. We suggest that Jewish knowledge of and interest in the past were not governed solely by the reiteration of biblical narrative in liturgy, homily, and art, but also incorporated historical events and figures from the relatively recent past.   Lecturer Ra‘anan Boustan, Associate Professor in the Department of History at UCLA, is currently a Visiting Research Scholar in the Program in Judaic Studies at Princeton University.
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Fri, May 5
11:00 am

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Lectures, May 05, 2017, 05/05/2017, Greek Kings and Judaean Priests in the Late Antique Synagogue
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The beauty of pure mathematics is at the essence of all in nature. Not only is it the language of science, it is the basis of the systems behind everything we see- proportion, symmetry, sequences, repetition, fractals, patterns. Woven into our everyday surroundings, often only discernible to the practiced eye, mathematics is at the core of the natural world and the foundation of imagined ones. It is only natural that artists find it an irresistible subject. Regardless of how these artists approach the world, the mathematics of their work powerfully echoes throughout the universe.Participating Artists:Cynthia Back, C Bangs, Caroline Blum, MJ Caselden, Erik Demaine and Martin Demaine, Beverly K. Duncan, Gerhild Ebel, Robyn Ellenbogen, Steven Gawoski, Susan Happersett, Amber Heaton, Jeanne Heifetz, Helena Kauppila, Lorin Roser, Martha Willette Lewis, Geraldine Ondrizek, Gerhard Mantz, Eva Mantell, Alan Rosner, Simona Soare, Sarah Stengle, Kathy Strauss, Rachael Wren
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Fri, May 5
6:30 pm

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Discussions, May 05, 2017, 05/05/2017, Natura Mathematica: An Exhibition Panel
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A lecture by authors Richard D. Easton and Eric F. Frazier.
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Fri, May 5
7:00 pm

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Lectures, May 05, 2017, 05/05/2017, GPS: American Invention, Global Impact
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Bim Adewumni, Naomi Jackson, Ashley C. Ford, Tomi Obaro, and Chinelo Okparanta discuss Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah, selected for the first ever #OneBookNY initiative, moderated by Glory Edim (Well-Read Black Girl).
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Fri, May 5
7:00 pm

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Book Discussions, May 05, 2017, 05/05/2017, Book Discussion: Americanah
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Discuss the book by Renee Knight.
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Sat, May 6
11:00 am

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Book Discussions, May 06, 2017, 05/06/2017, Fort Washington Book Discussion Group: Disclaimer
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Coinciding with the opening of the exhibition With the Eyes of Others, Hungarian Cultural Center presents a panel discussion on the artists and works on view, focusing especially on artistic resistance during the times of state Socialism in Hungary. The discussion will feature art journalist Nóra Winkler in conversation with András Szántó, curator of present exhibition and contributors to the exhibition catalogue, art historians Dávid Fehér and Emese Kürti.
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Sat, May 6
4:00 pm

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Discussions, May 06, 2017, 05/06/2017, Outside the System: What Do the Artists of the Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde Have to Say to Us Today?
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This illustrated talk tells the incredible story of how Casablanca was made and why it remains the most beloved of Hollywood films.
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Mon, May 8
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 08, 2017, 05/08/2017, Noah Isenberg discusses his book We'll Always Have Casablanca: The Life, Legend, and Afterlife of Hollywood's Most Beloved Movie
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Speakers:  Jennifer Leeman (pictured), George Mason University  Jaqueline Urla, University of Massachusetts Amherst Discussants: Marnia Lazreg, Hunter College
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Tue, May 9
9:00 am

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Discussions, May 09, 2017, 05/09/2017, Surveying Speakers and the Politics of Census
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Discuss the book by Sarah Bakewell.
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Tue, May 9
5:30 pm

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Book Discussions, May 09, 2017, 05/09/2017, Book Club: At the Existentialist Cafe
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The election results on November 8th stunned a large portion of the American public. The angry, nationalistic rhetoric of Trumpism won out despite doubts from across the political spectrum that the erratic candidate at the center of the movement could win the presidency or govern effectively. In the sweep of American history, however, the Trump phenomenon is neither novel nor uncommon. This talk looks closely at the political genealogy of the 45th president of the United States.Lecturer: Jelani Cobb
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Tue, May 9
7:00 pm

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Lectures, May 09, 2017, 05/09/2017, Midnight in America: The Demagogues of American History
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An evening with Andrzej Wirth, the legendary philosopher of theatre and founder of the ‘Applied Theater Studies’ in Giessen (Germany) in conversation with his former student Frank Hentschker. They will be celebrating Wirth’s interview biography, Flucht Nach Vorn (Fleeing Forward) by theatre critic Thomas Irmer, published in Germany by Spector Verlag, Leipzig (Polish translation in 2016 by Theater Institute, Warsaw). In the afternoon, they will screen the 2014 biographical documentary film on Wirth entitled Theatre Without Audience by Pawel Kocambasi, focusing on Wirth’s life and his experiments with Brecht’s play fragments of Downfall of the Egotist.4:00PM: Screening of Theatre Without Audience by Pawel Kocambasi, 2014, Poland6:30PM: Conversation
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Wed, May 10
4:00 pm

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Discussions, May 10, 2017, 05/10/2017, Andrzej Wirth: A Century in the Landscape of Theatre
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Discuss the book by Hanya Yanagihara.
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Wed, May 10
5:30 pm

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Book Discussions, May 10, 2017, 05/10/2017, Book Club: A Little Life
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Novelist Siri Hustvedt and multi-media artist and scholar Ellen K. Levy discuss the complex interplay between books, ideas, and emotions on the occasion of Levy’s exhibition, Meme Machines.
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Wed, May 10
6:30 pm

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Talks, May 10, 2017, 05/10/2017, Artist Talk: Ellen K. Levy
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2016 Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize-winning multidisciplinary artist Derrick Adams will talk about his eagerly anticipated new work inspired by black fashion pioneer Patrick Kelly.
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Wed, May 10
6:30 pm

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Talks, May 10, 2017, 05/10/2017, Artist Talk: Derrick Adams
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This illustrated lecture tells the attendees how to turn your health around in an entirely new and different way, and take charge and improve your wellbeing with actionable steps you can do yourself.
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Wed, May 10
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 10, 2017, 05/10/2017, Robert Silverman discusses his book Inside-Out Health: A Revolutionary Approach to Your Body
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Multiple Tony and Olivier Award-winning producer and director Harold Prince is a theater legend. His brilliant influence can be seen again and again. What better way to really understand Prince’s continuing impact on history than to speak with the legend himself? Join Ted Chapin for an interview with Harold Prince, illustrated by rare artifacts from the Library’s Harold Prince archive.
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Wed, May 10
7:00 pm

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Talks, May 10, 2017, 05/10/2017, Harold Prince, Tony-Winning Theater Legend
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Thu, May 11
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, May 11, 2017, 05/11/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Gather to discuss the immigrant experience. They invite you to share your own stories as an immigrant to the U.S. or as a new New Yorker.
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Thu, May 11
5:00 pm

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Discussions, May 11, 2017, 05/11/2017, Community Conversations: Immigrant Experience
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This illustrated lecture explores the rhythm within what the author calls the "grand sequence," a series of levels of sizes and innovations building from elementary quanta to globalized human civilization.
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Thu, May 11
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 11, 2017, 05/11/2017, Tyler Volk discusses his book Quarks to Culture: How We Came to Be
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They are having a book social! They hope you’ll come and share a book you loved reading! What to expect at Open Book Night: 1. Introduce your book with its title, author, publication date and genre (mystery, memoir, play, etc.). One book per person. 2. Tell what it’s about and why you loved it in 2 minutes or less. 3. They want to have fun, so no negative criticism please. 4. Learn about titles of books that you may enjoy and share with your friends. This month's theme is "Oddballs, Screwballs, and Other Eccentrics."
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Fri, May 12
6:00 pm

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Book Discussions, May 12, 2017, 05/12/2017, Open Book Night
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A conversation on civics and politics with New Yorker staff writer George Packer and National Review executive editor Reihan Salam, moderated by the President of The New York Public Library, Anthony Marx. These voices from different backgrounds and views will come together for a frank and challenging discussion on some of our most complicated sociopolitical questions.Packer and Salam will explore with Marx our age of anxiety. As the characters do in W. H. Auden's poem of the same name, many Americans today seem to be struggling to understand their place in a country and a world that is changing too fast. How that sense of alienation has impacted world events and will continue to impact political life remain up for debate. In what ways do our fears divide (or unite) us? And, more importantly, how are they defining us?
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Fri, May 12
6:30 pm

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Discussions, May 12, 2017, 05/12/2017, The Path Forward: Our Age of Anxiety
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You are invited to a free ongoing drop-in group reading and discussion of a collection of short stories with additional background lectures on their place in literature.                   Willa Cather. A Wagner Matinee                   Ring Lardner: The Golden Honeymoon
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Sat, May 13
10:30 am

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Book Discussions, May 13, 2017, 05/13/2017, The Classic Literature Reading Group
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Discuss the book by Sherman Alexie.
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Sat, May 13
10:30 am

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Book Discussions, May 13, 2017, 05/13/2017, Book Club: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
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The century of persecution, struggle, and broken hopes for the Russian LGBTIQ.How was it to live inside the mental and spiritual prison for years during the Soviet Union?  What does it mean to live under the rainbow shadow within the Putin's Russia?Speaker: Lyosha Gorshkov, PhD in Political Science, Co-President at the Russian-Speaking LGBT American Association (RUSA LGBT, USA). Gorshkov was forced to leave Russia in 2014 for being open gay professor and activist in Perm region. Lyosha has been studying and teaching LGBTIQ identity since 2005, and was one of few people in Russian Academy, trying to make LGBTIQ issues visible. He is a vocal and outspoken public advocate for LGBTIQ rights.
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Sat, May 13
4:30 pm

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Talks, May 13, 2017, 05/13/2017, Russian Queer: Revolution or Devolution?
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Gather to discuss the immigrant experience. They invite you to share your own stories as an immigrant to the U.S. or as a new New Yorker.
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Mon, May 15
5:30 pm

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Discussions, May 15, 2017, 05/15/2017, Community Conversations: Immigrant Experience
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Discuss the book by Sarah Vowell.
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Tue, May 16
5:30 pm

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Book Discussions, May 16, 2017, 05/16/2017, Book Discussion Group: Unfamiliar Fishes
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The story of the school, founded at downtown Trinity Church in 1709 and now one of the oldest schools in the US. In 1895 the school moved uptown, building on a series of lots on West 91st Street in the midst of the rows of town houses of turn-of-the-century Upper West Side. Learn how the school evolved from church-sponsored to ecumenical, from a charity school to a private school, from all-boys to coed and to a school that now prides itself on its diverse student body. Presenters will include Kevin Ramsey, Director of Communications, alumna and two parents of alumni--one a former teacher and the other a member of the first class of girls at the school and member of the Board of Trustees. A tour of the school will follow the presentation and is accessible to all; the tour includes stairs.
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Tue, May 16
6:30 pm

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Lectures, May 16, 2017, 05/16/2017, The Trinity School from 1709 to 2017
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Discuss the book by Bernice McFadden.
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Wed, May 17
5:30 pm

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Book Discussions, May 17, 2017, 05/17/2017, Harlem Heights Book Discussion Group: Loving Donovan
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This illustrated lecture features photographs and history of abandoned sites where resorts, hotels and bungalow colonies once boomed in the Catskill Mountain region of upstate New York.
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Wed, May 17
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 17, 2017, 05/17/2017, Photographer Marisa Scheinfeld discusses her book The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America's Jewish Vacationland
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Celebrating the publication of the new book, the critically acclaimed photographer Beth Moon and photographer Renate Aller discuss Moon's encounters with the world’s most ancient collection of great arboreal specimens.
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Wed, May 17
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 17, 2017, 05/17/2017, Photographer Beth Moon discusses her book Ancient Skies, Ancient Trees
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Thu, May 18
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, May 18, 2017, 05/18/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Monthly book discussions to explore titles you've been meaning to read, or reread, and discuss with other lovers of literature. Participants should read each title before the discussion. This month's title is The Custom of the Country by Edith Wharton.
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Thu, May 18
2:00 pm

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Book Discussions, May 18, 2017, 05/18/2017, Discuss Great Books in a Great Space
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Peter Shaffer, the author of Equus and Amadeus, worked for The New York Public Library in the early 1950s. Fifty years later, he appeared in four public programs. Alan Pally, who produced those programs, will talk about his work with the playwright and show rarely seen footage of Shaffer and his work.
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Thu, May 18
6:00 pm

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Lectures, May 18, 2017, 05/18/2017, 'At Least I Galloped': A Tribute to Playwright Peter Shaffer
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This illustrated lecture features videos and audio clips of well-known singers of the 20s and 30s and some not as well-known. With: Mel Haber.
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Thu, May 18
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 18, 2017, 05/18/2017, A Trip Down Memory Lane: Singers of the 20s and 30s
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A special recording of Randy Cohen's radio show and podcast, Person Place Thing, with very special guests Jim Shepard (Like You’d Understand, Anyway; The World to Come) and Joshua Ferris (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour; The Dinner Party). Shepard and Ferris will discuss a person, place, and thing that are meaningful to them. With live musical accompaniment. 
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Thu, May 18
7:00 pm

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Discussions, May 18, 2017, 05/18/2017, Person Place Thing: A Live Radio Show
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The annual commemoration of the birth of el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz (Malcolm X) will explore his legacy as it directly reflects the state of Black America today. 
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Fri, May 19
6:00 pm

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Discussions, May 19, 2017, 05/19/2017, Annual Commemoration of the Birth of Malcolm X
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A lecture by Richard DiNardo of the US Marine Corps Command and Staff College.
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Fri, May 19
7:00 pm

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Lectures, May 19, 2017, 05/19/2017, Operation Beowulf, October 1941
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This illustrated lecture recounts a story about a world at war - about the Soviet-American superpower struggle for ideological superiority, about the birth and death of a reclusive communist nation - and about the power of one family's love and their four-decade struggle to transcend authoritarian oppression, to find each other again.
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Mon, May 22
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 22, 2017, 05/22/2017, Nina Willner discusses her book Forty Autumns: A Family's Story of Courage and Survival on Both Sides of the Berlin Wall
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Join residents Kristen Jensen and Sara Jordenö for a moderated conversation with Siobhan Burke, a dance writer who contributes regularly to The New York Times and Dance Magazine. 
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Mon, May 22
6:30 pm

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Gallery Talks, May 22, 2017, 05/22/2017, Artists in Discussion: Kristen Jensen / Sara Jordenö
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Trevor Schoonmaker's first public presentation of Prospect.4, the fourth iteration of Prospect New Orleans' international art exhibition. As part of ICI's Curator's Perspective—an itinerant public discussion series featuring national and international curators—Trevor Schoonmaker, Artistic Director of Prospect.4, will speak about his curatorial vision for this iteration of the Biennial, as well as specific artists and venues of P.4 for the first time.
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Wed, May 24
6:30 pm

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Lectures, May 24, 2017, 05/24/2017, Curator's Perspective Lecture
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With Max Alvarez, an author and public speaker with over 20 years of experience in the areas of journalism, media criticism, archival research, teaching, and cultural programming. This multimedia lecture features Hollywood movies and Hollywood moviemakers.
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Wed, May 24
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 24, 2017, 05/24/2017, Hollywood on Hollywood
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On July 22, 2011, 77 Norwegians, most of them teenagers, were murdered by a single terrorist in Oslo and on nearby Utøya island. Historian Tor Einar Fagerland (pictured) and architect Atle Aas discuss the work of creating two memorial sites that commemorate this national tragedy.
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Wed, May 24
7:00 pm

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Discussions, May 24, 2017, 05/24/2017, Terror and Memory in Norway: The July 22 Attacks
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Music Director Alan Gilbert reflects on eight years leading the Orchestra and what’s in store for him in years to come. 
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Wed, May 24
7:30 pm

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Talks, May 24, 2017, 05/24/2017, New York Philharmonic Insights: A Toast to Alan Gilbert
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Thu, May 25
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, May 25, 2017, 05/25/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Discuss the book by Janine Di Giovanni.
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Thu, May 25
4:30 pm

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Book Discussions, May 25, 2017, 05/25/2017, Book Club: The Morning They Came for Us
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Discuss the book by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
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Thu, May 25
5:45 pm

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Book Discussions, May 25, 2017, 05/25/2017, Book Club: Americanah
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To mark the opening of the exhibition Radical Bodies: Anna Halprin, Simone Forti and Yvonne Rainer in California and New York, 1955–1972, Yvonne Rainer and Lucy Sexton come discuss their careers in dance. In the 1960s, Rainer was a leader in the dance avant-garde through the rule-breaking collaborative, Judson Dance Theater. In the 1980s, DANCENOISE, Lucy Sexton’s performance art duo with Anne Iobst, rocked the New York club scene with transgressive, socially conscious acts of precisely aimed mayhem. With the help of performance clips, archival display, and mutual curiosity, Rainer and Sexton will question each other about how their separate generations transformed the New York dance scene.
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Thu, May 25
6:00 pm

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Discussions, May 25, 2017, 05/25/2017, Radical Dance Artists in the 60s and the 80s
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This illustrated lecture sheds light on Motown’s most controversial superstar.
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Thu, May 25
6:30 pm

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Slide Lectures, May 25, 2017, 05/25/2017, Peter Benjaminson discusses his book Super Freak: The Life of Rick James
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Discuss the book by Ruth Ozeki.
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Tue, May 30
3:00 pm

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Book Discussions, May 30, 2017, 05/30/2017, Book Discussion Group: A Tale for the Time Being
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Cities can play a key role in literature—from Ferrante’s Naples to Calvino’s fantastical creations, Joyce’s Dublin to Dickensian London. They can be a familiar space, or an alienating force; a character in themselves, or simply a backdrop for events.Novelists Jessie Chaffee (Florence in Ecstasy) and Kristopher Jansma (Why We Came to the City) are joined by essayist and editor Garnette Cadogan (Non-Stop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas) to explore how cities inspire writers, and how they are represented in both fiction and non-fiction.  
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Wed, May 31
7:00 pm

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Discussions, May 31, 2017, 05/31/2017, Writing Cities: Writers in Conversation
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Thu, Jun 1
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 01, 2017, 06/01/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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In the next installment of the "splendid memoir Roosevelt didn't get to write" (New York Times), Nigel Hamilton of the University of Massachusetts-Boston tells the astonishing story of FDR's year-long, defining battle with Churchill, as the war raged in Africa and Italy.
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Fri, Jun 2
7:00 pm

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Lectures, June 02, 2017, 06/02/2017, Nigel Hamilton discusses his book Commander in Chief: FDR's Battle with Churchill, 1943
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Thu, Jun 8
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 08, 2017, 06/08/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Contemporary artist Marina Zurkow will lead a tour through the exhibition Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible, discussing the relationship among the animal, art, and science.Critical Walk-Throughs consist of a 40-minute guided tour that is meant to offer an alternative perspective to the works on view. They include conversations with artists, scholars, and curators, and provide an intimate opportunity to engage with the central themes and histories found in the artwork. The program is limited to 20 individuals.
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Thu, Jun 8
3:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 08, 2017, 06/08/2017, Critical Exhibition Walk-Through: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Thu, Jun 15
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 15, 2017, 06/15/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Sat, Jun 17
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 17, 2017, 06/17/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Thu, Jun 22
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 22, 2017, 06/22/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Jun 29
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, June 29, 2017, 06/29/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Join a tour of the current exhibitions with Valérie Rousseau, the museum’s curator for self-taught art and art brut. Meet in the museum atrium.
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Sat, Jul 8
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, July 08, 2017, 07/08/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Jul 13
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, July 13, 2017, 07/13/2017, Curator's Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Jul 20
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, July 20, 2017, 07/20/2017, Gallery Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Jul 27
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, July 27, 2017, 07/27/2017, Gallery Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Aug 3
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, August 03, 2017, 08/03/2017, Gallery Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Aug 10
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, August 10, 2017, 08/10/2017, Gallery Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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Thu, Aug 17
1:00 pm

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Gallery Talks, August 17, 2017, 08/17/2017, Gallery Tour: Eugen Gabritschevsky: Theater of the Imperceptible and Carlo Zinelli (1916–1974)
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