Things To Do At Home
Here you will find a selection of the events of the week and information on how to set them (all times are east). Note that events can change after they are published.
To join Actors, activists, musicians and elected officials in Celebrating Martin Luther King’s birthday hosted by the Brooklyn Academy of Music during this program. BAM describes the festival as the biggest celebration of Dr. King in New York City. This year, Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza, musician PJ Morton, and poet and actress Ashley August will perform. This event is free.
When 11 clock
Catch the meditative documentary “Gunda” This is followed by a sow (the title Gunda who lives on a farm in Norway) and her piglet litter for several months. Times critic Manohla Dargis recently described it in a review as “sublime beautiful and deeply moving”. Presented by the Northwest Film Center and the Portland Art Museum, this screening costs $ 11.99 and is only available in the US.
When Anytime until January 21st
Hear before inauguration day a conversation between actor Martin Sheen, an actor perhaps best known for his role as President Josiah Bartlet on “The West Wing,” and Ken Walsh, a White House correspondent and columnist for US News & World Report. In one of Smithsonian Associates. During the talk presented, Mr. Walsh and Mr. Sheen will report on Mr. Sheen’s decades-long career and the impact of “The West Wing” on the representation of politics on television. Registration ends at 4:30 p.m. and tickets cost $ 25.
When 6:30 p.m. east
Listen to André Aciman, the author of the book “Call me by your name”. Discuss his latest collection of essays, “Homo Irrealis”, presented by Powell’s Books. Speaking to Jonathan Burnham, President and Editor of the Harper Division at HarperCollins, Mr. Aciman will discuss the process of writing his new book, which examines how imagination shapes memories. This event is free.
When 8 p.m.
Celebrate the opening of “not in, from, along or in relation to a line”, a NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery virtual art exhibition, created to be viewed on a mobile device. Created specifically to be viewed on a mobile device, this exhibit features the work of nine artists and art collectives, including four new commissions specifically responding to the way the pandemic has changed our digital lives. The online opening reception begins at 9:30 am when the co-curators take viewers on a virtual tour of various Zoom rooms to talk to some artists about their work. The opening and the event are free of charge.
When 9:30 a.m. east
Sweat it up Yaminah Legohn’s Red Light Special Urban Burlesque Workshop, which will be presented next to House of Yes, a club in Brooklyn. In an interactive dance class, Ms. Legohn will teach students urban burlesque choreography and provide individual feedback while encouraging participants to embrace their femininity and sexuality. This event is for adults aged 18 and over and costs $ 10.
When 7 p.m. east
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Turn up your stereo and set one up Performance of the musician Arlo parkswhose song “Green Eyes” the critic Lindsay Zoladz described in a review for The Times as “a slightly aching snapshot of the young, strange heartache”. The show, broadcast by the London venue Rough Trade East, will feature selections from Ms. Park’s upcoming album “Collapsed in Sunbeams”. Tickets are $ 7.
When 8 p.m. east
Bring your appetite too “Recovery, “A new online exhibition from the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Using recipes, stories, and images submitted by the public, as well as new work by nine different artists, the exhibition explores the role women have traditionally played in providing food and the way food connects communities.
When Anytime after January 18th
Learn how to dye fabrics with common household items Online workshop organized by the United States Botanic Garden. In a live class, An-Phuong Ly, a natural dye and textile artist, teaches participants how to use kitchen waste, plant materials, and cooking ingredients to dye fabrics at home. Registration ends on January 22nd at 11:55 pm and participation is limited to 250. This event is free.
When 11:30 a.m.
Round off the youngest yogis in your family for a yoga class from Cosmic Kids. Many of the offers, which vary in length from just five minutes to half an hour, contain stories and popular characters. A class based on “Cinderella” is a long-running hit, while a new series called “Superhero Kids Yoga in Space!” Has proven to be a new hit. Some videos can be viewed online for free. The entire archive is available on the Cosmic Kids app for $ 10 per month.
When At any time
Put on your dancing shoes and join in last night of the HotHouse Meets Havana concert series. The show is curated by Chicago-based arts organization HotHouse as part of the annual Havana Jazz Festival and features musicians from Chicago and Cuba, including cellist Tomeka Reid and drummer Ruy López-Nussa Lekszycki. General admission tickets are $ 25.
When 8 p.m. east