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Brooklyn Botanic Garden - Winter Sound WalksSite-specific sound walks and installations by Gelsey Bell and Joseph White, Brian House and Ben Rubin, and Michael Gordon

Brooklyn, NY—This winter, Brooklyn Botanic Garden focuses its outdoor public programming on sound in the Garden, with site-specific original compositions and audio walks for visitors to experience at their own pace.

As part of the Art in the Garden series, BBG presents three works from January through May: Gelsey Bell and Joseph White’s Meander, Ben Rubin and Brian House’s Terminal Moraine, and a reprisal of Michael Gordon’s loved. Each work takes its inspiration from the Garden and the temporal sensations one experiences among its natural features, both ancient and fleeting.

TADA! Winter 2020 Education Classes Maggie on ZoomRegister Now for Semester Classes, January 25 - April 17, 2021

Designed for Ages 4 to 18 

TADA! Free Virtual Open House on Saturday, January 16th

New York, N.Y. -- Families may register now for TADA! Youth Theater’s new online Winter Education Classes, designed for ages 4 to 18. Winter Semester Musical Theater Classes will be offered January 25, 2021, through April 17, 2021. In this fast-paced, active environment, young people will co-create an original musical as an ensemble. It’s the perfect blend of musical theater training, storytelling, and fun theater games to keep their young minds engaged all semester long!…

Film About a Father WhoLynne Sachs: Between Thought and Expression coincides with the Virtual Cinema release of her new feature “Film About a Father Who”
January 13–31, 2021

New York, New York — Mixing documentary and experimental modes of filmmaking, the Brooklyn-based filmmaker Lynne Sachs has produced a celebrated body of work that spans more than 30 years. In her earliest films, she experimented with classical avant-garde techniques to explore both the body and the material of film itself; in recent years, Sachs has incorporated live performance and observational documentary to address personal and historical experiences—all while looking at the world through a feminist lens. Museum of the Moving Image will present the 20-film retrospective Lynne Sachs: Between Thought and Expression from January 13 through 31, 2021. The career-ranging survey, all presented online, will include Sachs’s acclaimed new film Film About a Father Who, which opens in MoMI’s Virtual Cinema on January 15.

Lessons of Love (2019)  courtesy of Widok.Co-presented by Museum of the Moving Image and Polish Cultural Institute New York

Docs Against Gravity NYC runs exclusively online December 9–16, 2020

New York, New York (November 19, 2020) — Few national cinemas have authored and challenged definitions of nonfiction film more persistently than Polish cinema. From Marcel Łoziński and Krzysztof Kieślowski to Anna Zamecka and Michał Marczak, the legacy of Polish nonfiction is long and consistently dynamic, led by both observational and narrative impulses, anthropological rigor and hybridized transgression. Founded nearly two decades ago, Millennium Docs Against Gravity (MDAG) has developed into the largest documentary film festival in Poland, and thus, thanks to the volume and consistently high quality of Polish nonfiction, one of the most important documentary festivals in the world. From December 9 through 16, Museum of the Moving Image and the Polish Cultural Institute New York will co-present five recent highlights from the MDAG Festival in the series Docs Against Gravity NYC. The films will be viewable exclusively online and available to audiences throughout the United States.

Christina AndersonThe company’s first contemporary American play, directed by MIP’s Founding Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien

Streams live December 12 at 2pm EST (preview) & 7pm EST (opening), Replays available until January 4


Brooklyn, NY – Molière in the Park, co-presenting with the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), and in partnership with the Prospect Park Alliance, LeFrak Center at Lakeside, will present a live stream of Christina Anderson’s Pen/Man/Ship, directed by Molière in the Park’s Founding Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien.

South of Union SquareTours Highlight Historic and Cultural Sites in “South of Union Square”

Interactive Online Tool Created to Raise Awareness of Urgent Need for Landmarking Protections to Preserve Historic Building

New York, New York—Village Preservation today announced the launch of “Virtual Village,” an interactive online tool that offers free, guided walking tours of the many historic and cultural riches hidden in the “South of Union Square” area, where Greenwich Village meets the East Village, in order highlight the need to preserve these historic sites by granting them landmarking protections.

Virtual Village has nearly 40 tours that invite users to explore the South of Union Square area, which roughly encompasses Third to Fifth Avenues between 9th and 14th Streets, with its unique concentration of rich New York and American history that includes a mashup of commerce, art, architecture, politics, literature, industry, African-American and LGBQT activism, and music, from punk to classical. 

Purple Rain - Stop Making SenseDouble features pair Prince's Purple Rain with Talking Heads concert film Stop Making Sense, Powell & Pressburger’s The Red Shoes with Pablo Larrain’s Ema, a psychedelic Light Show with Koyaanisqatsi, David Lynch’s Lost Highway with new release Black Bear, and more

New York, N.Y. — In November, the Queens Drive-In—a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, Rooftop Films, and New York Hall of Science—will present a series of music movies, eclectic double features, new nonfiction films, and free community screenings.

Electro MagneticA vibrant solo show by Indie 184, featuring powerful female cultural icons of the past and present

New York, NYSour Mouse, a new venue that opened on the lower east side (110 Delancey St. @ Essex St.) is thrilled to present “Electro Magnetic,” a solo show by Indie 184. The native New York street-artist of Dominican descent has been a female pioneer in the graffiti and street-art arena for two decades. “Electro Magnetic,” is a colorful collection of new artworks that pay homage to powerful icons of the present and past, including Madonna, Jayne Mansfield, Rhianna, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor and more.