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 Threshold: Art in Times of Crisis, Campaign for 100%, Brian Clarke: The Art of Light 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.
“Threshold: Art in Times of Crisis” presents art from the past five decades that explores critical turning points, times when crises resulted in major cultural change, political upheaval, and societal transformation. An exhibition of works by 24 artists, presented on Radical Broadcast, Performa’s online exhibition space at http://www.performa-arts.org.To reach a threshold means to hit a limit, to come to a boundary or a place where you can no longer carry on or move forward, unless …
“Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit” is the New York-based artist’s first museum survey exhibition in the United States. The exhibition traces Hsu’s key ideas and demonstrates how they clearly resonate in the works of younger artists coming of age today. In the mid-1980s Hsu began a series of works that considered the implications of the accelerated use of technology and artificial intelligence and their impact on the body and human condition. His work is distinct from well-documented …
In the run-up to one of the most unprecedented elections in American history, 92Y will explore a cornerstone of democracy—voting—in a series of free talks with activists, journalists, political figures, filmmakers and others. The series, “Campaign for 100%”—from 92Y’s Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact— kicks off with the talk “If Everyone Voted” featuring E.J. Dionne, Janai Nelson and others—and continues through October, touching on a wide range of topics.Other speakers and moderators in the series …
The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) presents a major exhibition of works by the celebrated architectural artist and painter Brian Clarke (b. 1953, United Kingdom). The first museum exhibition in the U.S. of Clarke’s stained-glass screens, compositions in lead, and related drawings on paper, “Brian Clarke: The Art of Light” showcases the most considerable artistic and technical breakthrough in the thousand-year history of stained glass.More than twenty stained-glass screens form the centerpiece of the …
Caramoor is delighted to announce a full range of virtual and live fall programming. Dashon Burton, Jeremy Denk, Amy Helm, Anthony McGill, the Aaron Diehl Trio, Callisto Quartet and TENET Vocal Artists will all perform without an audience in the Rosen House, continuing the series of livestreams from the Music Room that the New York Times calls “adventurous and excellent.” Also presented as a livestream, Broadway stars Laura Osnes and Tony Yazbeck give a special performance for this year’s Cabaret Benefit. In addition, in-person visitors to the 90-acre Westchester estate will be able to …
The best things to do in NYC this weekend includes picnicking by candlelight, doing yoga above the city and more.
The days are getting shorter but New York City is full of fun things to do, whether you want to keep it local or make a day of it, including eating dinner by candlelight and live music at The William Vale, doing yoga atop Edge, taking in a free concert at Green-Wood Cemetery and much more. Whatever you do, make it a weekend to remember. (TONY)
20 picks for weekend culture: The L.A. Phil back at the Bowl — kinda, sorta. – Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s pandemic concert series, the musical “Fame” and comic Maria Bamford’s show are among the streaming concerts, online theater, virtual art offerings and other cultural experiences for your viewing consideration this weekend.
Remember, you don’t have to be in LA to enjoy these wonderful virtual events.
STAY HOME FOR A BIT LONGER – MASK UP AND STAY SAFE.