Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being.
Earlier today we covered NYC Weekend Corona Culture. Now, how about some other useful information during these trying times.
September in New York is arguably the best month.
It’s still warm of course, but with the fall quickly encroaching, the possibilities for outdoor activities are pretty much endless! Check out these 50 tips for awesome activities to enjoy all month long.
Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s top events include the 2020 Dance Now Festival, free entry to the Wavertree, March to June: At Home with Essential Workers and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Friday and follow @NYC_ARTS on Instagram or @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected and devastated communities of color throughout the United States. Comprised primarily of Black and Brown communities, the Bronx has the highest rates of coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths in New York’s five boroughs. Many of New York City’s essential workers who keep public transportation moving, shelves stocked, and provide healthcare live in neighborhoods most affected by COVID-19. Alicia Grullón’s new series of photographs, March to June: At Home with Essential Workers, …
South Street Seaport Museum will open the 1885 tall ship Wavertree to the public on September 5, 6, 12, 19 and 26 with timed entry, from 11am-5pm at Pier 16 (Fulton and South Streets). Entry is FREE and includes access to the ship’s outdoor areas, including the main deck (via stairs and an angled gangway) and raised rear deck (accessible via ladder-type stairs). seaportmuseum.org/visitwavertreeGuests will visit the open-air portions of the historic traditional sailing ship docked at Pier 16. …
To celebrate its 25th season, DANCE NOW is presenting a series of online events featuring new and archival digital works by more than 40 innovative dance makers, interviews with artists, artist-to audience celebrations, and much more. The DANCE NOW Story will be told in six monthly chapters starting September 10, 2020 through May 2021. Traditionally held each year immediately after Labor Day, the DANCE NOW Festival is known as the kickoff to the dance season in New York …
On Wednesday, September 9 at 7:00 PM (EST), Flushing Town Hall’s monthly Jazz Jam will celebrate, “SEPTEMBER: the Season, the Composers, the Artists, Reflections,” when musicians can choose to play “September songs,” or the work of a composer, singer or musician with a September birthday.The Jazz Jam is led by Astoria resident Carol Sudhalter along with Flushing Town Hall’s house band, comprised of illustrious musicians Joe Vincent Tranchina, Scott Neumann and Eric Lemon. They will pay tribute …
On the Saturday of Labor Day weekend (September 5) from 12 to 8 p.m., MoMA PS1 will present an all-day livestreaming edition of Warm Up that celebrates New York City’s music communities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. With eight hours of continuous music streamed live from MoMA PS1’s iconic courtyard and framed by stage design created by New York-based artist Cécile McLorin Salvant, Warm Up will feature twelve DJ sets and live performances by …
Broadway theaters closed on March 12 as New York City enacted rules to promote social distancing and slow the spread of Covid-19, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a show. The NYC theater community has responded with initiatives and online shows to help support its members and entertain audiences via the internet while we’re staying away from crowds.
We’ve put together a sampling of streaming performances you can watch from your laptop or phone.