“Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City.”
“Because of an increase in the spread of the coronavirus, events are subject to cancellation. Before heading out, visit the website of the performance space or organization for the latest updates.“
Art & Museums
Up Close With a Masterpiece
All That Charlie Brown Cheer
Maestro of Melodrama
A Very Funny Holiday
Treasures to Stream
Find a full discussion of Things To Do HERE.
The New York Times has an Arts section second to none. If you want know What’s Happening in the Arts around town this is the place to be.
“Want to see some new art for the New Year? Start in the Upper East Side with the Belgian master James Ensor’s dark, gripping paintings. Then head to TriBeCa to view ‘8 Americans,’ a group exhibition featuring the likes of Byron Kim andJean Shin. And don’t miss Pat Phillips’s depictions of our curdled luxury culture or John Willenbecher’s sinister shadowboxes.“
Through Jan. 22. Chart, 74 Franklin Street, Manhattan. 646-799-9319; chart-gallery.com.
Through Feb 12. Jeffrey Deitch, 18 Wooster Street, Manhattan. 212-343-7300; deitch.com.
Find a full discussion of What to See NYC Galeries HERE
So many great things to see and do, places to eat and drink in NYC.
How to find them? Here are 6 more of my fave NYC suggestions:
“Looking for the best things to do in NYC this holiday weekend? Whether you’re the group planner searching for more things to do in NYC today, or you have no plans yet, here are some ideas to add to your list for this weekend. Catch beautiful holiday lights around the city before they turn off for the last time this year, walk to see the holiday windows, go ice skating and more. All you have to do is go right HERE to plan your weekend!