This week, contribute to a conversation about the city’s cultural plan, cook while learning about the loaded history of corn, discover overlooked films by black women directors, and more.
This week, learn about China’s pulp comics, check out a new zine fair for POC artists, spend a night lost in philosophical debate, and more.
This week, explore the connection between politics and dreams, spend 48 hours collaborating on a game, check out an artist’s unpacking of her father’s FBI file, and more.
This week’s offerings include a workshop on decolonization, a history of NYC squatting, a one-woman show in a bathroom, and more.
This week, there’s a trio of events to mark the winter solstice, plus an animal-inspired dance by Simone Forti and a chance to help shape the city’s cultural plan.
This week, a celebration of queer nightlife, talks by Faith Ringgold and Jamel Shabazz, a screening of a rare film series that documented the Pittsburgh police in 1969, and more.
This week, look out for a new book from Lynne Tillman, a screening of Susan Sontag’s only documentary, a lecture by critic Negar Azimi, and more.
This week, LA Louver opens an exhibition of influential street artists, LACE hosts an overnight happening, Human Resources presents a weekend-long festival of video art produced by LA women, and more.
This week, cultural events continue to help you process the election, from a discussion with Black Panther party members at the Queens Museum to a night of performances in the former Pfizer factory in Brooklyn.
This week, assuming we all survive the election — the results of which you could watch while Martha Rosler VJs at White Box on Tuesday night — attend a progressive museology symposium, take a tour of tombstone portraits, learn about the souring political situation in Turkey, and more.
This week, New York City welcomes two comics festival, two print fairs, one internet flea market, and more.
There is something spooky for every culture vulture in the city this week.