TURNING TO NATURE: ART IN PUBLIC PLACES (POSTPONED)

South Cove

Artists Mary Miss and Shuli Sadé discuss South Cove and its relationship to nature. South Cove was conceived by Mary Miss, Stanton Eckstut, and Susan Child as an artwork that was also a public space. With Bird’s Eye View by …

ARTIST TALK: ELISE ENGLER

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Elise Engler’s book, A Diary of the Plague Year: An Illustrated Chronicle of 2020, is one year of a daily drawing/painting project that lasted from late 2015 to President Biden’s inauguration in January, 2021. Made each morning from the first headlines she heard from her bedside radio, Engler’s vibrant immediate images recapture what it was like to live through 2020- bringing texture, feeling, and even charm to what we might not remember and what we will never forget.

GIULIETTA E ROMEO OPERA WORKSHOP

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

In preparation for Giulietta e Romeo in June, all are welcome to brush up on your opera knowledge in a fun and interactive workshop led by Teatro Grattacielo. Familiarize yourself with the dramatic and musical aspects of the upcoming performance including the original story, musical style, stagecraft and characters.

FAIRY TALE FILMS: KIKUJIRO

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, BPCA presents Kikujiro (1999, Takeshi Kitano). Based on The Wizard of Oz, a young, naive boy sets out alone to find his wayward mother. Soon he finds an unlikely protector in a crotchety man and the two have a series of unexpected adventures along the way. Free popcorn will be served, and a discussion will follow the screenings. This film is rated PG 13. Click into the event to RSVP.

BOOK TALK: MAGGIE DOYNE

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Maggie Doyne will be joining us to discuss her highly anticipated debut memoir "Between the Mountain and the Sky: A Mother’s Story of Hope and Love" 

TURNING TO NATURE: ART IN PUBLIC PLACES

200 Rector Place Community Room 200 Rector Pl, New York, NY

Artists Mary Miss and Shuli Sadé discuss South Cove and its relationship to nature. South Cove was conceived by Mary Miss, Stanton Eckstut, and Susan Child as an artwork that was also a public space. With Bird’s Eye View by Shuli Sadé, South Cove becomes a site for art as well as an artwork itself. Both artists will also discuss how they address environmental issues in their work.

GO FISH! BATTERY PARK CITY’S CELEBRATION OF LIFE IN THE HUDSON ESTUARY

Wagner Park 20 Battery Place, New York, NY

Join experienced anglers for catch-and-release fishing and learn about life in the Hudson River. Help observe and identify the fish we catch, enabling us to share valuable data with research groups who monitor the health of our local waters. The day also includes an art project and a nature walk. Plus: don’t miss a live performance of the hit internet show Sing with Suzi featuring Suzi Shelton and special guest The Culture Queen. 

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MUSIC IN AUSCHWITZ: A CONCERT SERIES

Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Place, New York, NY

Join the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, & Dance for Music in Auschwitz. Featuring pieces arranged by Polish political prisoners who were members of the men’s orchestra in the Auschwitz I camp. Led by conductor Oriol Sans, a University of Michigan orchestra will perform pieces interspersed with lines spoken by the singers, from testimonies of the Auschwitz I men’s orchestra after the war.
Registration is required.
Presented by the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in partnership with Battery Park City Authority

INTERLUDES: BALLET HISPÁNICO

Belvedere Plaza BPC Esplanade & North End Ave, New York, NY

Time to dance! Join us for a Latin social dance workshop with Ballet Hispánico, one of the nation's largest Latinx dance organizations. This all ages dance session features salsa, merengue, Afro-Cuban and other Latinx dance forms that will get you up and moving! 

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MUSIC IN AUSCHWITZ: A CONCERT SERIES

Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Place, New York, NY

Join the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, & Dance for Music in Auschwitz. Featuring pieces arranged by Polish political prisoners who were members of the men’s orchestra in the Auschwitz I camp. Led by conductor Oriol Sans, a University of Michigan orchestra will perform pieces interspersed with lines spoken by the singers, from testimonies of the Auschwitz I men’s orchestra after the war.
Registration is required.
Presented by the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in partnership with Battery Park City Authority