Mary Mattingly grew up in a rural community in New York that did not have clean drinking water. With this in mind, the artist recently organized a yearlong event organized virtual exhibition Chronicling the construction of New York’s water supply system. In collaboration with More Art, they created a capstone project for the campaign, “Public Water” A geodesic dome filled with plants that filter water acts like that system. Now at the entrance of Prospect Park’s Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn from September 7, this piece shows what’s involved in providing millions of people with this natural resource, despite environmental challenges.
Artist Maya Lin shows what other threats to climate change can create: a “ghost forest,” her installation At Madison Square Park in Manhattan, on view through November 14. There are 49 dead pine trees in the works that have been planted in rebuke of Lin deforestation. Eager to offer solutions, it has planned a series of public events (Listed on the park conservation website) that focus on how we can help.
Celebrating the Return of Solidarity
There is a history surrounding them in that neighborhood. Not long after half a century ago, a group of Abstract Expressionist painters New York School foundedJazz Improvisers be around and playOrnette Coleman and Cecil Taylor, showed how expressionism can be a collective work, and what it can look like.
Free jazz, as a Lower Manhattan tradition, has never quite taken off, and after a year and a half of inactivity, the AFA returns live presenting this weekend. Free concerts on Saturdays and Sundays at 3 p.m., On 1st Street Green Art Space Between the first and second path. William Parker will perform every day alongside some of New York’s best creative improvisers, including saxophonist Darius Jones, trombonist Steve Swell and multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee.
Next stop, fun and sunshine
Regardless of how you feel about public transportation these days, a railway adventure is completely safe: travel New York Transit Museum Will present on Saturday.
Although the organization has yet to reopen its headquarters, a decommissioned subway station in Brooklyn, it is still holding its annual family benefit, party on wheels, a familiar high-speed mode of travel – via the Internet.
This free virtual tour ($25 donation per family is suggested) will air on Zoom from noon to 1 p.m. Eastern Time. After a short tour of vintage vehicles, including the oldest ones museum collection — Brooklyn Union Elevated Car of 1904 — Married Couple Dan + Claudia Zane Will present a New York- and transit-themed concert and participate in a short Q&A.
Join Times Theater reporter Michael Paulson in conversation with Lin-Manuel Miranda, catch a performance of Shakespeare in the Park and more as we look for signs of hope in a changed city. For a year, the series “Offstage” has followed theaters through the shutdown. Now we are seeing its rebound.
They would perform one of the folk tunes, Bluesy. “Coney Island Avenue,” Closing prompts activity. While listening to the song, children will draw pictures capturing their own colorful scenes from the beach trip.
back where they belong
In September and October, the New York Film Festival took place on the web and at the drive-in. Now from Friday to 26 August, about 30 features will get a chance to play indoors. Big Screen Summer: NYFF58 Redux Film at Lincoln Center will begin with Steve McQueen’s “Small X” Anthology: “Lover’s Rock” (which opened the festival) will run throughout the month, and other “Small X” films (including “Mangroves” and “Red, White and Blue”) will be screened several times over the coming weeks.
Later in June and July, revivals such as “Hopper/Wells” (an extended dialogue between Dennis Hopper and Orson Welles, in which Wells occasionally plays a character) and Hou Siao-hsien’s “Shanghai Flowers” were expected. Huh. The program will also have some selections that weren’t shown at all. The eight-hour “Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin)” will run from July 16 to 22, and The 1973 Polish film “The Hourglass Sanatorium” will run in August.
stand-up Kelly Bachchan How he adapted his act went viral in October 2019 when he saw Harvey Weinstein in the audience. Millions of people viewed the clip on Twitter, and Bachchan has made the most of his moment by leading and participating in the “Rape Jokes by Survivors” showcase at the 2019 New York Comedy Festival. “hysterical,” An FX on Hulu documentary released in March.
In between, she developed a musical comedy hour, “Rape Victims Horny Too,” with Dylan Adler, a fellow assault survivor and comedian. Bachchan and Adler began performing it in February 2020, then spent the past year composing to livestream, while also creating a music video for one of their songs, “Tell me I’m hot and don’t touch me.”
His first in-person show since the pandemic is Saturday at 7:30 pm Asylum NYC. Tickets are $20, and audience members must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test on the same day to enter. are scheduled for additional performance June 24 in caveat And July 10 back in the asylum.
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