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Tue Apr
22
06:00p - 08:00p

Bedtime Stories

Presented by Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art


Guaranteed not to put you to sleep! Stories taken directly from the men magazines from the 70s & 80s in which they were printed ... read aloud by hot men! Hosted by Robert W Richards with JC Etheredge, Jonathan Daniel Federico, Joey Stocks and Branden Wallace.
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Wed Apr
23
06:30p - 08:00p

When Salt Met Ice: The Ice & Ice Cream Trade in 19th-Century NYC

Presented by Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden


Join us for a tasting and lecture with Robin Weir, author of Ice Creams, Sorbets & Gelati. Hear about the history of the ice trade and how its growth spurred the popularity and availability of ices and ice cream. Learn how it was possible to make these frozen desserts for street sale and for restaurants, including the renowned Delmonico's, in an age before refrigeration. Presented in conjunction with the Culinary Historians of New York. Refreshments included.
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Thu Apr
24
07:00p - 08:30p

What Now? Jews and the Ukrainian Revolution 2014

Presented by YIVO Institute for Jewish Research


A conversation with Ukrainian Jewish community leader and World Jewish Congress vice- president Josef Zissels and scholar David Fishman.
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Thu Apr
24
7:00p - 8:00p

In Conversation: Brooklyn Street Art at the Brooklyn Museum

Presented by Brooklyn Museum


A dynamic, multimedia conversation that explores the evolution of street art stories as told by the earliest graffiti writers to today's D.I.Y. artists.
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Sun Apr
27
10:00a - 04:00p

Oil & Water Symposium

Presented by Museum of Chinese in America


The Museum of Chinese in America in New York City (MOCA) will host a scholarly symposium in conjunction with MOCA’s upcoming exhibition Oil & Water: Reinterpreting Ink, opening April 24th. The exhibition will feature the work of three renowned Chinese contemporary artists: Qiu Deshu, Wei Jia, and Zhang Hongtu, guest curated by Michelle Y. Loh.
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Sat May
3
2:00p - 4:00p

Monkey Business: Japan/America Writers' Dialogue

Presented by Asia Society and Museum


For the past three years PEN World Voices and Asia Society have provided a place for dialogues between established and upcoming writers in the United States and Japan. This year Laird Hunt and Matthew Sharpe join Toh EnJoe and Hideo Furukawa for another exciting and provocative cross-cultural literary encounter between Japanese and American writers. Moderated by Motoyuki Shibata and Ted Goossen, editors/translators of Monkey Business, the English-language anthology of newly translated Japanese writing, now celebrating its fourth edition. Book sale and signing will follow the program.
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Tue May
6
09:00p - 05:30p

New York Ideas

Presented by The Atlantic


The third annual New York Ideas forum will gather cutting-edge innovators with a simple goal: to draw out the strands of genius from leaders whose work and passions are changing our world.
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Tue May
6
:p - 9:30p

Adult Art Classes @ CMA: Blockprinting

Presented by Children's Museum of the Arts


Why let the kids have all the fun? Based on the success of our “Art Making for Kids at Heart” workshop, the Children's Museum of the Arts presents our newest series of classes just for adults! Join us for evening classes focused on learning new Fine Arts techniques. The first series of classes will be held every Tuesday evening in May. Each class introduces basic skills in a different Fine Arts medium, including block printing, silkscreening, hand sewing, and bookbinding.
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Tue May
13
7:00p - 9:30p

Adult Art Classes @ CMA: Silkscreen

Presented by Children's Museum of the Arts


Why let the kids have all the fun? Based on the success of our “Art Making for Kids at Heart” workshop, the Children's Museum of the Arts presents our newest series of classes just for adults! Join us for evening classes focused on learning new Fine Arts techniques. The first series of classes will be held every Tuesday evening in May. Each class introduces basic skills in a different Fine Arts medium, including block printing, silkscreening, hand sewing, and bookbinding.
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Fri May
16
Sat May
17
09:00p - 01:00p

AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY PRESENTS ONE STEP BEYOND

Presented by The American Museum of Natural History


The American Museum of Natural History presents One Step Beyond, now in its seventh season, with Metro Area, Blondes, and Kevin Graves. The event will take place in the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Hall of the Universe on Friday, May 16.
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