A party atmosphere reigns on the first Saturday of the month at one of the country’s oldest and largest art museums.
At the Brooklyn Museum's Target First Saturdays, thousands of visitors enjoy free programs of art and entertainment each month from 5 to 11 p.m.
Wayfarers is proud to present the culminating project by our 2015 Summer Artist in Residence for her first solo exhibition in New York: Macon Reed's Eulogy For The Dyke Bar revisits the legacy and physical spaces of dyke and lesbian bars, an increasingly rare component of the gay and queer cultural landscape.
A staged reading of At the Periphery by Sedef Ecer (Turkey) At the Periphery tells the parallel stories of two generations of migrants, from the countryside to the periphery of the urban centers and from there to the European Metropolis.
Staged reading of Privatopia by M. Eustathiades (Greece) Written by acclaimed Greek playwright M. Eustathiades, this play sheds light on the increasing xenophobia among European societies.
On Thursday, September 17, 2015, New York City’s Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Park will host a special event that will benefit The Tulip Foundation. From 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm, attendees will join together at this world-class park located on East 47th Street between UN Plaza and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan, to experience aMongolian culture-themedbusiness networking event.
SUBMERGENYC Marine Science Festival“A splash of science in the city”Saturday, Oct. 3rd; 11-4pm – Pier 26 at N. Moore St.Hudson River Park Trust and the New York Hall of Science present SUBMERGE! a science festival devoted to raising awareness and celebrating NYC’s coastal waters.