Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being.
Earlier today we covered Weekend Corona Culture (scroll down). Now, how about some more useful information during these trying times.
What you need to know before venturing back out to see art, from safety precautions to the exhibitions still on view.
A running list of re-opened NYC restaurants with space for you to eat and drink outside.
Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s top events include the 2020 Table of Silence 9/11, Hearts in Isolation, Betye Saar: Call and Response 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.
Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, in partnership with Dance/NYC, present a reimagining of the “Table of Silence Project 9/11,” an annual free public performance ritual for peace conceived and choreographed in 2011 by Jacqulyn Buglisi, Artistic Director of Buglisi Dance Theatre.Reimagined for our current moment, Ms. Buglisi’s collaborators on the 2020 edition include Composer/Music Director Daniel Bernard Roumain, spoken-word poet Marc Bamuthi Joseph, and Buglisi Dance Theatre Co-Founder/Principal Dancer Terese …
The Morgan Library & Museum proudly announces a solo exhibition of work by the Los Angeles–based artist Betye Saar (b. 1926). Best known for incisive collages and assemblages that confront and reclaim racist images, Saar emerged in the 1960s as part of a wave of artists, many of them African American, who embraced the medium of assemblage. She went on to become one of the most significant artists working in this medium today. Opening at …
Even with massive blood shortages during a global pandemic – the FDA continues discriminatory policies* for donating blood and plasma based on sexual orientation. The challenges facing humanity during COVID-19 are fraught with life-or-death decisions. As gay men, if you could save lives, would you donate your blood and antibody-rich plasma and be an everyday hero? Or would you protest the mechanisms of the law that prevent gay and bisexual men from donating blood, and …
“Hearts in Isolation” presents work by fifteen artists in the 2020 cohort of “Expanding the Walls: Making Connections Between Photography, History, and Community.” During the eight-month program, participants from New York City–area high schools explore the history and techniques of photography. “Hearts in Isolation” is The Studio Museum in Harlem’s first online exhibition. “Hearts in Isolation” is about yearning and reaching toward a new moment. The camera becomes a tool for journaling in real time; it …
Bloomingdale School of Music will offer virtual music classes for the fall semester beginning September 14, 2020. Bloomingdale classes aim to educate students and instill discipline, fun and a passion for self-expression through music through high-quality instruction throughout the year. This fall in particular, Bloomingdale will offer options for early childhood learners, K-12 students, and adults, in addition to opportunities for intergenerational learning and classes where no prior musical experience is necessary. The School also offers …
The best things to do in NYC this weekend includes catching the Tribute in Lights, seeing an outdoor Shakespeare play and more. (TONY)
18 picks for weekend culture, including a dance memorial to the Sept. 11 attacks – Los Angeles Times
A dance program commemorating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and a benefit featuring cast members from “Hamilton” and “Hairspray” are among the streaming concerts, online theater, virtual art offerings and other cultural experiences for your viewing consideration this weekend.
You don’t have to be in LA to enjoy these virtual events.
STAY HOME FOR A BIT LONGER – MASK UP AND STAY SAFE.