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60 free events take place on Thursday, March 28 in New York City. Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides! Exciting, high quality, unique and off the beaten path free events and free things to do take place in New York today, tonight, tomorrow and each day of the year, any time of the day: whether it's a weekday or a weekend, day or night, morning or evening or afternoon, December or July, April or November! These events will take your breath away!

New York City (NYC) never ceases to amaze you with quantity and quality of its free culture and free entertainment. Check out March 28 and see for yourself. Summer or Winter, Spring or Fall! Just click on any day of the calendar above and you'll find most inspiring and entertaining free events to go to and free things to do on each day of March . Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides!

Some events take place all year long: same day of the week, same time there are there for you to take advantage of. One of the oldest free weekly events in Manhattan is Dixieland Jazz with the Gotham Jazzmen, which happen at noon every Tuesday. Another example of an event that you can attend all year round on weekdays is Federal Reserve Bank Tour, which takes place every week day at 1 pm (but advanced reservations are required). You can take at least 13 free tours every day of the year, except the New Year Day, July 4th, and the Christmas Day. If you are classical music afficionado, you can spend whole day in New York going from one free classical concert to another. If you love theater, then New York gives you an option to attend plays and musicals free of charge, or at deep discount. You just need to have information about it. And we are here to make that information available to you.
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Editor's Picks

free events nyc 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many
free events nyc The Color of Money (1986) Directed by Martin Scorsese, Starring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise
free events nyc Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023) with Harrison Ford and Antonio Banderas
free events nyc Organ Works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Liszt, and More (In Person AND Online)
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Classical Music | Piano Competition


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Concerts, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, Piano Competition

Tour | 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many


These free tours take place at various times during the day, all day long. You can make reservations for as many tours as your schedule allows. SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights + DUMBO 3 Hour Lower Manhattan Harlem Chelsea and the High Line 6 Hour Downtown Combined Greenwich Village Central Park Lower Manhattan Midtown Manhattan Grand Central Terminal Graffiti and Street Art Tours World Trade Center
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Tours, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many

Tour | Tour of New York City Hall


One of the oldest continuously used City Halls in the nation that still houses its original governmental functions, New York's City Hall is considered one of the finest architectural achievements of its period. Constructed from 1803 to 1812, the building was an early expression of the City's cosmopolitanism. City Hall is a designated New York City landmark, and its rotunda is a designated interior landmark as well.
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Film | Meet John Doe (1941): comedy-drama


A reporter writes a fictitious column about a man named "John Doe," who claims to despair at America's neglect of the little people and plans to kill himself. The newspaper then hires a ballplayer-turned-hobo to pose as John Doe. In a series of radio addresses written by a publisher with fascist leanings, Doe captures the public's imagination. When he finally realizes he has been used, Doe comes to his senses and becomes the man he never knew he could be. Director: Frank Capra Cast: Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck
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Book Discussion | Transnational Social Protection: Social Welfare Across National Borders (online)


Authors Peggy Levitt and Ken Chih-Yan Sun examine the premise that a new set of transnational social welfare arrangements has emerged that challenge traditional social welfare provision based on national citizenship and residence.
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Book Discussion | Between Two Worlds: Jewish War Brides after the Holocaust (online)


In her new book, historian Robin Judd tells the stories of Jewish women who survived the Holocaust and went on to wed Allied military personnel after the war. These marriages, shaped by romance, grief, and migration, helped rebuild the Jewish world in the face of devastating loss.
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Workshop | Learn Juggling in the Park


Get in a quick lesson, stay for the whole time, or just enjoy watching them put their skills to the test. They’re a friendly group and open to drop-ins, even if you catch them outside of the regular juggling lessons. All skill levels welcome. Equipment is provided.
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Lecture | Strange but Familiar: Connected Histories between Poland and Vietnam after 1955


This talk examines the cultural, personal, and educational contacts between Poland and Vietnam after decolonization, amid the Second Indochina War, and against the backdrop of global socialism. Drawing on archival research (in official and vernacular archives) and oral history interviews conducted in Poland and Vietnam, this talk will excavate these robust, but largely forgotten shared histories. By zooming in on new institutions that were founded to facilitate these global connections and personal bonds, the talk will show that while these complex exchanges were at times overtly political, they also tended to be intimate and wayward. Speaker Thục Linh Nguyễn Vũ is a cultural historian of modern Poland and Vietnam with a strong interest in interdisciplinary approaches.
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Lectures, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, Strange but Familiar: Connected Histories between Poland and Vietnam after 1955

Lecture | Literary Marronnage in the Colonial Indian Ocean (in-person and online)


Between the first and second abolitions of slavery in the French Empire (1794- 1848), an autonomous francophone literary field began to emerge in France’s Indian Ocean colonies. A print culture with its own agents of production, distribution, and reception of literary works developed during this time. In the 1830s and 40s, some of the first Indian Ocean novels began to emerge from the island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean. This corpus of Indian Ocean texts decenters the Atlantic paradigm that dominates conventional understandings of European colonial slavery. Marronnage, or the flight of slaves from the plantation to escape servitude, forms the central preoccupation of early Indian Ocean novels. The first writers from the Réunion threw into sharp relief the promise of liberty held in the precarious condition of fugitivity, in the context of the violently policed environment of the slave colony. Although the stories of escaped maroons have passed down orally as foundational myths in Réunion, the actual practices of marronnage as radical acts of disruption and resistance have not received much attention in scholarship on French colonialism. In my reading of novels written by the first Reunionese writers, I show how their formulations of marronnage unsettle the two dominant modes of conceptualizing slave emancipation in canonical nineteenth-century discourses: abolition and slave revolt. In so doing, these novels imagine and envision alternate futures for a post-slavery society in the Indian Ocean. I argue that by confining marronnage to the realm of mythology, or by considering its practice as a parenthetical interlude in the long march towards emancipation, we risk ignoring its anticolonial political promise. Speaker Pratima Prasad is Professor of French and Interim Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at University of Massachusets Boston.
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Lectures, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, Literary Marronnage in the Colonial Indian Ocean (in-person and online)

Classical Music | Bach at Noon (In Person and Online)


Take a momentary respite from a busy day to enjoy a selection of organ works by Johann Sebastian Bach in an intimate venue.
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Concerts, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, Bach at Noon (In Person and Online)

Jazz | Jazz Improv Ensembles


All instrumental students at the School of Jazz and Contemporary Music participate in small-group improvisation ensembles to foster individual musical creativity. Start Times: 1pm, 1:30pm, 2pm, 2:30pm
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Classical Music | Works for Voice, and Viol (In Person AND Online)


Theotokos: Elisse Albian, soprano; Raha Mirzadegan, soprano; Elisa Sutherland, alto; John Taylor Ward, bass; Doug Balliett, viol & director; Elliot Figg, organ, perform works by Luca Marenzio (1553–1599).
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Discussion | AI's Impact on the 2024 Global Elections (online)


With billions heading to the polls this year, the stakes for global democracies are substantial. Generative AI advances and broad accessibility are already reshaping sectors with exponential growth expected to continue. How will these tools change the information ecosystem and how will governments, campaigns, and the public respond to new challenges? Against this backdrop, the Institute of Global Politics at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs together with Aspen Digital, a program of the Aspen Institute, will gather political affairs experts, tech executives, leading academics, and public servants for an afternoon of discussions examining how AI has played a role in the elections that have occurred already in Taiwan, Argentina, and Slovakia and more and what that means for elections later in the year. 
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Talk | Reverse Gentrification: Taking Back the Neighborhood


Cloudy Donuts co-founder Zewiditu Jewel speaks about her journey into vegan food entrepreneurship at the intersection of Blackness and Womanhood. She will discuss "reverse gentrification," a term she coined to describe the intentional opening of Black-owned businesses in affluent white communities lacking diversity. She will share more about their philosophy within their collective: "As we break down these barriers, our aim is to utilize them as a bridge to attract more people of color into spaces of agency and opportunity. Through The Brown Collective, our goal is to narrow the wealth gap, one donut at a time." Cloudy Donut is a 100% vegan, small-batched, gourmet donut shop in Brooklyn Heights, Nolita and Baltimore. 
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Film | Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023) with Harrison Ford and Antonio Banderas


Daredevil archaeologist Indiana Jones races against time to retrieve a legendary dial that can change the course of history. Accompanied by his goddaughter, he soon finds himself squaring off against J?rgen Voller, a former Nazi who works for NASA. Director: James Mangold Cast: Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Toby Jones, Boyd Holbrook, Ethann Isidore, Mads Mikkelsen Harrison Ford is an American actor. Ford is a leading man in films of several genres and is regarded as an American cultural icon; his films have grossed more than $5.4 billion in North America and more than $9.3 billion worldwide. He is the recipient of various accolades, including the AFI Life Achievement Award, the Cecil B. DeMille Award, an Honorary C?sar, and an Honorary Palme d'Or, in addition to an Academy Award nomination. Antonio Banderas is a Spanish actor and director. Known for his work in films of several genres, he has received various accolades, including a Cannes Film Festival Award and a European Film Award, in addition to nominations for an Academy Award, a Tony Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, and five Golden Globe Awards.
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Films, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023) with Harrison Ford and Antonio Banderas

Film | The Color of Money (1986) Directed by Martin Scorsese, Starring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise


Former pool hustler "Fast Eddie" Felson decides he wants to return to the game by taking a pupil. He meets talented but green Vincent Lauria and proposes a partnership. As they tour pool halls, Eddie teaches Vincent the tricks of scamming, but he eventually grows frustrated with Vincent's showboat antics, leading to an argument and a falling-out. Eddie takes up playing again and soon crosses paths with Vincent as an opponent. Director: Martin Scorsese Cast: Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Helen Shaver Martin Scorsese is an American film director who emerged as one of the major figures of the New Hollywood era. He is the recipient of many major accolades, including an Academy Award, three Emmy Awards, a Grammy Award, and three Golden Globe Awards. Five of his films have been inducted into the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant." Paul Newman was an American actor, film director, race car driver, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. He was the recipient of numerous awards, including an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award, three Golden Globe Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, and more. Tom Cruise is an American actor and producer. Regarded as a Hollywood icon, he has received various accolades, including three Golden Globe Awards, in addition to nominations for four Academy Awards. His films have grossed over $4 billion in North America and over $11.5 billion worldwide, making him one of the highest-grossing box-office stars of all time. He is consistently one of the world's highest-paid actors.
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Films, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, The Color of Money (1986) Directed by Martin Scorsese, Starring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise

Jazz | Live Jazz from Harlem


A singer’s singer and a listener’s delight, vocalist Ghanniyya Green has appeared at the Blue Note, The Village Gate, Dangerfield’s, The Cotton Club, Birdland and Sardi’s. Accomplished in radio, television, film and theatre, she has also performed in France and Japan. Winner of the 1999 Dakota Staton Award for most promising Jazz vocalist, The American Review of Jazz and Blues has said Ghanniyya “…..sings with a Diva’s sense of high drama,” and New York Perspectives says she “packs emotional theatrical vignettes into her stylized jazz singing.”
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Classical Music | Guitar Works by J.S. Bach, Ravel, and More (In Person AND Online!)


Mark Melman, Guitar. Program Antonio Jose Martinez Palacios (1902-1936), Sonata para Guitarra J.S. Bach (1685-1750), Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006 Mark Melman, Guitarrimba Nichagarn Chiracharasporn, Grey Magnolias Ravel (1875-1937), La Vallee des Cloches (from Miroirs)
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Lecture | The Song of Songs: Biblical Eroticism and Romance (online)


Rabbi Pinchas Giller gives a nuanced and engaging reading of the biblical book of erotica known as the Song of Songs. The Song of Songs, which falls between the books of Job and Ruth in the Hebrew Bible, has long been interpreted in Judaism and Christianity as representing the relationship of God and the religious authority. However, through a clear and unburdened reading, the outlines of a romantic story emerge. The simple meaning, or "pshat," leads to the emergence of a plot. Additionally, the erotic nature of the text leads us to ask: What were the sexual ethics of the biblical period? Did they abstain from premarital sex, and if they fooled around, did they "go all the way"? Explore these questions and more in this 4-week course with Rabbi Pinchas Giller. There are 4 sessions: March 28 April 4 April 11 April 18
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Lectures, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, The Song of Songs: Biblical Eroticism and Romance (online)

Classical Music | Viola Works by Hindemith and More (In Person AND Online!)


Christoph Chung, Viola. Program Elizabeth Raum (b. 1945), Capriccio He Zhanhao (b. 1933), Chen Gang (b. 1935), The Butterfly Lovers, Concerto for Erhu and Violin Hindemith (1895-1963), Sonata for Viola and Piano in F Major, Op. 11 No. 4
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Lecture | Alternative Concepts of Citizenship in the Debate over the American Overseas Empire after 1898 (in-person and online)


Speaker Charles W. Romney, Professor of History and Graduate Coordinator of the Public History, received his doctorate in history from UCLA. He teaches classes on American history, digital history, and world history, and recently taught a new class on the “History of the Internet.” Romney is the author of Rights Delayed: The American State and the Defeat of Progressive Unions, 1935-1950 (Oxford University Press, 2016), and is finishing a study of the Hawaiian Islands from 1850 to 1920. He received a Pilot Jumpstart Grant from the university in Spring 2022 for his project on “concepts of citizenship.”
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Lecture | The Demand for Elections under Autocracy: Regime Approval and the Abolition of Local Elections in Russia (in-person and online)


Most contemporary autocracies hold elections. Does the public value these elections and, if so, do they value them enough to punish incumbents that subvert elections? This tslk examines this question in the case of contemporary Russia by examining whether individuals withdraw support from regime leaders when local elections are abolished. Over the past 20 years, most Russian cities have replaced their directly elected mayors with appointed chief executives. This talk uses the largest dataset on public opinion ever assembled on Russia—containing over 1.4 million polling responses drawn from two decades of polling by Russia’s top polling agencies—to analyze how the abolition of elections in Russia’s large cities has affected public attitudes toward the authorities. We find that election abolition reduces support for President Vladimir Putin. This effect is stronger in settings with histories of robust electoral competition. This suggests that the public is more likely to punish incumbents for abolishing elections when those elections are perceived as meaningful. Speaker Quintin H. Beazer is an associate professor of political science at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL.
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Lectures, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, The Demand for Elections under Autocracy: Regime Approval and the Abolition of Local Elections in Russia (in-person and online)

Workshop | Cardio Dance


This creative and fun workout fuses dance and aerobics to improve cardio fitness and tone the body. Instructor: Masayo Kado
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Lecture | Children's Literature in Fossil Fuel Culture


This talk considers the ways oil seeps into children’s literature. Many children’s narratives normalize or naturalize the presence of petroleum in our everyday lives, and oil industry actors have long apprehended children’s cultural forms as useful mediums for promoting petroleum, its byproducts, and its so-called wonders. On the other hand, recent children’s titles about climate justice confront the spectacular and slow violences of oil extraction and production, insisting that oil is a necessary context for understanding the multiplicities and inequities of childhood around the world Speaker: Lara Saguisag, Associate Professor and Georgiou Chair in Children's Literature and Literacy
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Book Discussion | Death Glitch: How Techno-Solutionism Fails Us in This Life and Beyond


How does death disrupt platform capitalism? Preserving digital remains requires specialized forms of care, including maintenance labor and data infrastructures. Corporate platforms are often in control over what digital legacies look like, while grassroots organizing by users and workers has remade platforms as places for memorialization and resistance. Have we reached the limits of the cloud as a computing metaphor? Author Tamara Kneese will share material from her recent book.
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Discussion | Citizen Boas: A Discussion of the Political Activism of Franz Boas


Explore the political activism of Franz Boas, the "father of American anthropology," in a panel discussion featuring distinguished New School faculty member and author Alan McGowan and New School research assistants Josef Soloff, Christi Byrd, and Micah Smith. ⁤⁤With over 15 years of research, McGowan, a renowned expert in science and technology, will unravel Boas's long history of political activism. ⁤⁤Discover the impact of Boas on American anthropology and gain insights into his legacy through the lens of politics. ⁤⁤This will divulge into an engaging evening that delves into the intersections of science, society, and activism. ⁤ ⁤Born in 1858, Franz Boas was crucial in shaping the very foundation of American anthropology that influenced the 20th century. ⁤⁤Well-known for his tenure at Columbia University from 1899 to 1942, Boas not only specialized in North American Indian cultures and languages but also formed the basis for a vibrant and influential view of anthropology in the United States. ⁤⁤His impact extended beyond academia, though, as he organized a profession and mentored prominent anthropologists who further developed the field, leaving an undeniable mark on the subject.
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Classical Music | Viola Works by J.S. Bach, Beethoven, and More (In Person AND Online!)


Zhanbo Zheng, Viola. Program J.S. Bach (1685-1750), Suite No.4 in E-flat Major, BWV 1010 Beethoven (1770-1827), 7 Variations on "Bei Mannern, Welche Liebe Fuhlen" from Mozart's Die Zauberflute, WoO. 46 Garth Knox (b. 1956), Fuga Libre Robert Schumann (1810-1856), Fantasiestucke, Op. 73
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Concert | Vocal Works by Schubert, Liszt, Sondheim, and More (In Person AND Online!)


Benjamin Truncale, Tenor. Program Schubert (1797-1828), Nacht und Traume, D. 827 Liszt (1811-1886), Freudvoll und Leidvoll, S. 280.1 Richard Strauss (1864-1949), Morgen! Richard Tauber (1891-1948), Du bist die Welt fur mich Alexander Sergeyevich Dargomyzhsky (18113-1869) Nochnoj zefir ("Night zephyr") Henri Duparc (1848-1933), L'invitation au voyage Respighi (1879-1936), Sei Melodie Respighi (1879-1936), Lagrime Licinio Refice (1883-1954), Ombra di Nube Handel (1685-1759), "Where’er you walk" from Semele Benjamin Britten (1913-1976), Irish Folk Song Arrangements Sondheim (1930-2021), Being Alive (from COMPANY)
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Opening Reception | 2 Exhibitions: Displacement / Portrait: Missing Pieces


Judith Greenwald Displacement Greenwald has created a community of displaced figures, sometimes haunting and always suggestive of an unspoken narrative. Each piece has been painted with a combination of oil paint and cold wax, a medium that lends itself to the experience of depth and complexity. The contexts in which these figures appear as well as the figures themselves are created with multiple layers, varying textures, and a range of color. Shirley Steele Portrait: Missing Pieces This work is a video exploration of what it is like to restructure a self-portrait when there are important pieces missing. We humans are continually updating and reconstructing our own self-portraits. As we have new experiences, our existing model of our self becomes outdated and needs reimagining. If we add new things to our life, like learning to play chess or play the violin, we enlarge our self-image to reflect the new attributes. But what happens if we lose meaningful pieces (loved ones die, friends disappear)? How is it possible to reconstruct the model? How is it different? This work explores the messy and confused process of creating a new self-portrait with pieces missing.
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Book Discussion | Anita de Monte Laughs Last by Xochitl Gonzalez (In Person AND Online) 


Join WNYC's Alison Stewart and Xochitl Gonzalez for a live conversation about her newest book, Anita de Monte Laughs Last. 1985. Anita de Monte, a rising star in the art world, is found dead in New York City; her tragic death is the talk of the town. Until it isn’t. By 1998 Anita’s name has been all but forgotten—certainly by the time Raquel, a third-year art history student is preparing her final thesis. On College Hill, surrounded by privileged students whose futures are already paved out for them, Raquel feels like an outsider. Students of color, like her, are the minority there, and the pressure to work twice as hard for the same opportunities is no secret. But when Raquel becomes romantically involved with a well-connected older art student, she finds herself unexpectedly rising up the social ranks. As she attempts to straddle both worlds, she stumbles upon Anita’s story, raising questions about the dynamics of her own relationship, which eerily mirrors that of the forgotten artist.
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Opening Reception | Boundaries: Group Exhibition


The theme explores both the physical elements of the topic as well as its psychological manifestations. This concept is visually articulated in literal form, as in maps, containment environments (i.e., imprisonment), and fences. However, it also allows and includes a more conceptual interpretation, as in the experience of blockage or "boundary" due to race, gender, religion, or even stigma regarding mental illness.  
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Book Discussion | Cannibalizing the Canon: Dada Techniques in East-Central Europe


This rich, in-depth exploration of Dada’s roots in East-Central Europe is a vital addition to existing research on Dada and the avant-garde. Through deeply researched case studies and employing novel theoretical approaches, the volume rewrites the history of Dada as a story of cultural and political hybridity, border-crossings, transitions, and transgressions, across political, class and gender lines. Dismantling prevailing notions of Dada as a “Western” movement, the contributors to this volume present East-Central Europe as the locus of Dada activity and techniques. The articles explore how artists from the region pre-figured Dada as well as actively “cannibalized”, that is, reabsorbed and further hybridized, a range of avant-garde techniques, thus challenging “Western” cultural hegemony. With Oliver A.I. Botar, Irina Denishenko, Gábor Dobó, and Merse Pál Szeredi, in conversation with Aleksandar Bošković and Meghan Forbes.
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Book Discussion | How Not to Age: The Scientific Approach to Getting Healthier as You Get Older (online)


A special nutrition-focused Q&A session in honor of National Nutrition Month with internationally recognized nutrition speaker Dr. Michael Greger. Author of the newly released book, How Not to Age, Dr. Greger will be answering your pre-submitted questions on everything from lifestyle patterns and his research of the blue zones, how to clear inflammation and slow the aging process, how to eat healthier on a budget and much more.
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Opening Reception | Josef Koudelka: Industry 


Josef Koudelka has been working in large-format, panoramic photography since 1986, capturing images of changing landscapes globally. Adopting a semi-nomadic lifestyle, Koudelka produced deeply interconnected bodies of work that speak to the ways that the weight of history lingers within the natural world.  Marking his first solo show in New York in nearly a decade, Industry will bring together six large-scale panoramas captured across the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Azerbaijan, and Israel between 1987 and 2010.
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Film | The Three Musketeers (1948) with Gene Kelly, Vincent Price, and Angela Lansbury


Aspiring swordsman D'Artagnan arrives in Paris with hopes of joining the royal guard and falls in love with the beautiful Constance. After clashing with three of the king's musketeers, Athos, Porthos (Gig Young) and Aramis, he joins them in fighting the forces of corrupt Richelieu (Vincent Price). When Richelieu attempts to undermine the throne and fan the flames of war, D'Artagnan and the musketeers must thwart his plans. Director: George Sidney Cast: Gene Kelly, Van Heflin, June Allyson, Vincent Price, Lana Turner, Angela Lansbury Gene Kelly was an American dancer, actor, singer, director and choreographer. He was known for his energetic and athletic dancing style and sought to create a new form of American dance accessible to the general public, which he called "dance for the common man." He starred in, choreographed, and co-directed with Stanley Donen some of the most well-regarded musical films of the 1940s and 1950s. Vincent Price was an American actor, art historian, art collector, and gourmet cook. He appeared on stage, television, and radio, and in more than 100 films. Price has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for motion pictures and one for television. Price established himself in the horror genre with roles in House of Wax (1953), The Fly (1958), House on Haunted Hill (1959), and more. He collaborated with Roger Corman on House of Usher (1960), The Pit and the Pendulum (1961), The Haunted Palace (1963), and The Masque of the Red Death (1964), most of which were Edgar Allan Poe adaptations. Angela Lansbury was a British and American actress and singer. In a career spanning 80 years, she played various roles across film, stage, and television. Among her numerous accolades were six Tony Awards (including a Lifetime Achievement Award), six Golden Globe Awards, a Laurence Olivier Award, and the Academy Honorary Award, in addition to nominations for three Academy Awards, eighteen Primetime Emmy Awards, and a Grammy Award.
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Opening Reception | Young Sook Park: Traditional Korean Porcelain


This show offers an intimate peek into Park's profoundly personal and culturally rich practice in traditional Korean porcelain. Born in 1947, Park was raised in Gyeongju, once the capital of the ancient Silla Dynasty. This famed artistic enclave informed and inspired her dedication to mastering the art of traditional Korean pottery-making. Park spent her childhood among an eighth-century Bulguska Buddhist temple surrounded by historical art and artifacts. Exploring the surrounding history, she began collecting antiquities from a young age, later attributing her skill for ratio and proportion in her ceramics to this distinctive environment.
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Lecture | Can We Use Performance to Understand Pre-Modern Monasticism?


Scholars of the Middle Ages (ca. 500-1500 C.E.) are deeply invested in texts, written archives, and historical methods that aim to be as close to objective as possible. This commitment is particularly heightened for scholars of Religious Studies, who seek to distinguish themselves from the biased, committed religious practitioners who used to write medieval Christian histories before 1950. But the devotional repertoire that medieval Christians embodied and practiced was felt and lived, and often not written down. PS Visiting Scholar Lauren Mancia (Brooklyn College/CUNY Graduate Center) proposes that historians cannot solely rely on texts to understand premodern monks and nuns--we must also explore these histories through embodiment and performance. Come learn about the scholarly stakes, pitfalls, and histories of this kind of work, especially as it pertains to the particular context of 1000-year-old Christian monastic communities.
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Lecture | Memory Wars and Memory Work: Relational Remembrance in Pınar Öğrenci's Film Avalanche


During the last few years, a series of acrimonious debates has taken place in Germany about Holocaust memory, antisemitism, and Israel/Palestine. In one of the most visible of those disputes, an enormous scandal rocked the 2022 Documenta 15 international art exhibit in Kassel. Set against the backdrop of Documenta, this lecture will review the recent memory wars in Germany and then turn to a work that was displayed at Documenta but was not part of the controversy swirling around the exhibit: Pınar Öğrenci's film Aşît [Avalanche]. This film, which concerns the tangled histories of violence directed against Armenians and Kurds in a remote town in eastern Turkey, does not address the terms of the German debate directly. However, as Rothberg will argue, in weaving together multiple histories of exile, trauma, and catastrophe, Aşît offers a mode of relational remembrance that suggests alternative possibilities for coming to terms with the past in contemporary Germany—and beyond. Speaker Michael Rothberg is Chair of the UCLA Department of Comparative Literature, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, and the 1939 Society Samuel Goetz Chair in Holocaust Studies.
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Discussion | Modern and Reformed: Architects in Conversation


A one-on-one conversation between Professor of Architecture Carlos Jiménez, principal of Carlos Jiménez Studio, and Patricio Del Real, PhD, Associate Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University. The evening will feature an overview of Jiménez’s 40-year practice and a focus on his project for Won Buddhism of Houston (2015-2021), which is on view in Sites of Impermanence. Jiménez understands architecture’s value as a life force: generous and sustaining, inspiring and optimistic, ancient and modern, wise and expectant, discreet and intrepid, ephemeral and enduring. For him, it is also “built thought,” whose unfolding pages are built by time alone.
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Classical Music | Organ Works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Liszt, and More (In Person AND Online)


Gail Archer, organ. Program J.S. Bach (1685-1750), Praeludium et Fuge in e, BWV 548 J.S. Bach (1685-1750), An Wasserflussen Babylon, BWV 653 Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1805-47), Prelude in F Major Brahms (1833-97), O Welt, Ich muss dich lassen, op. 122, no. 3 Brahms (1833-97), Mein Jesu, der du Mich, op. 122, no. 1 Robert Schumann (1810-56), Fugue uber BACH, op. 60, nos. 5 & 6 Liszt (1811-86), Consolation in D-flat Liszt (1811-86), Fantasie and Fugue on BACH
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Concerts, March 28, 2024, 03/28/2024, Organ Works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Liszt, and More (In Person AND Online)

Classical Music | Organ Works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Liszt, and More (In Person AND Online!)


Gail Archer, organ. Program J.S. Bach (1685-1750), Praeludium et Fuge in e, BWV 548 J.S. Bach (1685-1750), An Wasserflussen Babylon, BWV 653 Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1805-1847), Prelude in F Major Brahms (1833-1897), O Welt, Ich muss dich lassen, op. 122, no. 3 Brahms (1833-1897), Mein Jesu, der du Mich, op. 122, no. 1 Robert Schumann (1810-1856), Fugue uber BACH, op. 60, nos. 5 & 6 Liszt (1811-1886), Consolation in D-flat Liszt (1811-1886), Fantasie and Fugue on BACH
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Lecture | Strange Returns: Racism, Repetition and Working Through the Past


This talk reads contemporary debates about structural racism and US history from the perspective of philosophical questions about identity and difference. While many people have argued that America needs to come to terms with or “work through” the racism in its history that has shaped and continues to shape its present structures, it remains difficult to explain what connects this past and the present. Are we talking about one racism with many different past and present forms? Or are there multiple racisms that only share some similar features? In this talk, I draw attention to how these divisions play out particularly in contemporary Black Studies and argue that the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze can offer us resources for thinking about these questions through his discussions of repetition. I argue that understanding our conversations about structural racism and history as conversations about a racism that repeats, can help us to better understand why racism seems to reappear, how to think its disparate forms together, and what presuppositions operate in many attempts to “work through” the past. Speaker Eyo Ewara is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago.
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Discussion | The History of a Gender-Skewering Comic Ballet Company


Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo celebrates its 50th anniversary with a peek into the archives of the world’s foremost gender-skewering comic ballet company. Artistic Director Tory Dobrin and Ballet Master Raffaele Morra discuss how the company has grown from its roots in late-late shows in off-off Broadway lofts to a global touring sensation, performing its polished parodies from Tokyo to Texarkana and everywhere in between.  The conversation will include archival footage and live performance. Registration required.
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Discussion | Women in Leadership: Forging Visionary Paths


Learn about the incredible journeys of featured alumni and the steps they've taken to become effective and successful in their chosen professions. Q&A and dinner will follow the talks. Panelists: Gaylin M. Bowie Elaine Du Jane Atkinson Gajwani Jessie Ma
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Film | We Start with the Things We Find (2023): Consider the Shipping Container


If we pay enough attention to the ordinary, we see the extraordinary. The shipping container is an accidental icon of our modern age: the eight-foot-by-forty-foot corrugated steel box that brings the world to our doorstep. It brings all our hearts’ desires’, available for purchase. And it brings us complicity in the global supply chains, and all the economic, ecological, technological, and political systems that forge those chains, as those great container ships link maker and user, buyer and seller, China and America together across the vast distances of the lawless sea. The design studio LOT-EK is a visionary practice at the intersection of art and architecture, that specializes in upcycling, which is the art and science of repurposing, remaking, rethinking, reimagining. Of using old things in new ways. The shipping container is the thing that has captured their imagination for over a quarter-century: they have remade containers into homes, schools, galleries, libraries, and more. With hundreds of millions of obsolete and unused containers around the world, this is a new and necessary architecture of the future, that repairs and regenerates the unnatural environment that we have inherited from the past. This is a feature-length documentary of this vision, and of the soulful lifelong partnership of the people, designers Ada Tolla and Giuseppe Lignano, behind it. Director: Thomas Piper 85 min. Followed by a Q&A
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Discussion | Contraceptives and Controversies  (online)


This virtual program delves into the complex history of birth control from the 1870s into the 1930s. During this 60-year period, contraceptives went from being legal and accessible to being sold in underground markets, where people found themselves making dangerous choices to limit their fertility. Once they became legal again, the market was opened for research and innovation eventually leading to the birth control pill. Trace the whirlwind history of contraceptives in the United States through the stories of the women who lived in our historic tenement building – considering the opportunities available to them and discussing the influential figures and movements that impacted their reproductive choices.
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Lecture | Indigenous Image Theory and the Painter’s Materials


Speaker: Barbara E. Mundy, the Robertson Chair in Latin American Art at Tulane University In 16th century New Spain, Indigenous intellectuals theorized about the nature of the image, underscoring the importance of the material basis of painting. In this, they offered a riposte to ideas about painting’s genesis that they encountered in Pliny’s Natural History. In this talk, Professor Mundy will analyze what Indigenous texts tell us about concepts of image-making, and explore what painted images from in and around Mexico City themselves reveal about the material nature of the image.
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Discussion | Roundtable on African Cinema (in-person and online)


A roundtable discussion of the scholarship by four professors as well as an exploration of the future of African screen studies at CUNY. Participants include: -- Nathalie Etoke is an Associate Professor of Francophone and Africana Studies -- Boukary Sawadogo is Associate professor of cinema studies at the City College of New York -- Noah Tsika is Professor of Media Studies at Queens College, CUNY. -- Nicole Beth Wallenbrock teaches French at Hostos Community College
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Poetry Reading | 3 New Books: The Book of Failures / Roxy and Coco / For Today


A reading to celebrate the recent release books by panel of authors. Neil Shepard’s eighth book, How It Is: Selected Poems, was published in 2018 by Salmon Poetry (Ireland); he edited the anthology Vermont Poets and Their Craft in 2019 (Green Writers Press, VT). Author of 21 books of poetry, fiction, stories, memoir, biography, and translation, Guggenheim recipient Terese Svoboda is celebrating the publication of two books this year: The Long Swim, winner of the Juniper Prize, and the novel Roxy and Coco. Carolyn Hembree's third collection, For Today, will be published by LSU Press in 2024 as part of their Barataria Series, edited by Ava Leavell Haymon. She is also the author of Rigging a Chevy into a Time Machine and Other Ways to Escape a Plague, winner of the 2015 Trio Award and the 2015 Rochelle Ratner Memorial Award, and Skinny.
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Play | Black and Blue: Learning to Be Vulnerable


Reynaldo Piniella's solo show is about a Black boy living in a society that doesn’t like it when our Black men show vulnerability, and this sensitive boy learns to bottle up his feelings and internalize his trauma. Over time, his hot pink shirts turn to faded black and his playlist turns from 90s boy bands to the gangsta rap of the early 2000’s. But at the end of this dark tunnel is a light that will lead us back to the path of joy, liberation, and freedom. Like the Backstreet Boys album, our biracial boy realizes it’s ok to be Black and feel blue.
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Film | Freda (2021): Trying to Escape Violence in Haiti


Freda lives with her family in a popular neighborhood in Haiti. They survive with their little street food shop. The precariousness and violence of their daily life push them to do everything they can to escape their situation. Director: Gessica Geneus Stars: Nehemie Bastien, Gaëlle Bien-Aimé, Djanaina Francois 93 min.
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Concert | in a dark blue night: Song Cycles Exploring Jewish immigrant New York City


Celebrate the release of the follow-up to Alex Weiser's Pulitzer Prize nominated debut album and all the days were purple. A love letter to New York City, in a dark blue night features acclaimed singer Annie Rosen with a seven-piece chamber ensemble and comprises two song cycles that explore Jewish immigrant New York City. The first cycle features five settings of Yiddish poetry written by newly arrived immigrants in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Coney Island Days follows and sets to music words from an oral history interview with Weiser's grandmother about childhood in the bilingual immigrant world of Coney Island in the 1930s and '40s. Celebrate the release of this album with performances, discussion, and a post-concert reception.
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Book Discussion | A Conversation with Writer Leslie Jamison


A reading by Leslie Jamison and a conversation with Darin Strauss, followed by a reception/signing. Leslie Jamison is the author of the bestsellers The Recovering and The Empathy Exams; the collection of essays Make It Scream, Make It Burn, a finalist for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award; and the novel The Gin Closet, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. Her latest book, the memoir Splinters, was published in February 2024.
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Jazz | Music on the Brain: Defying Expectations


Expectations, patterns, and novelty shape the learning and storage of long-term memories by the hippocampus. Similarly, when improvising, jazz musicians navigate between setting up expectations and defying them with creative spontaneity. When musicians play jazz standards, they generally begin with tried and true patterns with variations. Great music emerges when they defy these patterns. By shattering expectations through innovative reinterpretations, they create something profoundly new and distinct.  Multi-instrumentalist jazz musician, composer, and educator T.K. Blue, pianist James Austin, Jr.,  and Zuckerman Institute PhD student and NSF Fellow Abhishek Shah give a jazz concert and dialogue exploring the fascinating parallels between neuroscience and jazz improvisation.
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Classical Music | Works for Harpischord and Violin


The Raritan Players: Rebecca Cypess, harpsichord; Dongmyung Ahn, violin, perform works by Angelica Kauffman (1741–1807).
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Concert | Story to Tell (Chapter Two): Album Listening Party


From Rakim to Kendrick, MC Lyte to Noname, Scarface to Key Glock, Biggie to Dave, storytellers have always been Hip-Hop's trendsetters. It's the rare DJ who can craft a narrative with only beats, but Brooklyn DJ J.PERIOD, a renowned creator who has made a name over the past quarter century with his "audio-biographical" mixes for icons like Nas, Q-Tip, Lauryn Hill and The Roots, is a real one. The Mixtape Assassin's reputation as a top-tier producer, a groundbreaking musical historian, and a trusted collaborator is second to none. In 2021, J.PERIOD dropped his opus, Story to Tell (Chapter One), with guest appearances by Black Thought, Masego, Joell Ortiz, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Join us for the album listening and release party for the sequel, Story to Tell (Chapter Two), featuring conversation with J.PERIOD and guest curator Xavier “X” Jernigan on the making of the album and Hip-Hop's greatest storytellers. Expect special guests and live performances!
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Master Class | Piano Master Class


Piano Master Class with Nina Scolnik.
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Play | Far Away: Naturally at War


Far Away is a 2000 play by British playwright Caryl Churchill. It has four characters, Harper, Young Joan, Joan, and Todd, and is based on the premise of a world in which everything in nature is at war. A student production.
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Comedy Club | Bomb Shelter Comedy Show


Bomb Shelter is a free weekly comedy show in New York City where you'll find some of the best comedians performing. Expect free pizza. With: Slater Harrison - Broadway Comedy Club Bryan McKenna - Sirius XM Macy Gilliam - Morning Brew Daniel Parafan - NBC
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Classical Music | Violin Works by Ravel, Brahms, and More (In Person AND Online!)


Eliane Menzel, Violin. Program Ravel (1875-1937), Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano in G Major, M.77 Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912), Deep River Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-2020), Capriccio for Violin Solo Brahms (1833-1897), Sonata No. 3 for Piano and Violin in D Minor, Op. 108
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