Free Things to Do in Manhattan This Weekend – January 31-February 2 – City Guide NY

Posted: January 27, 2020 at 10:45 am

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Valerie Kim, Violin - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Valerie Kim, Violin

Natalie Vargas Nedvetsky, Piano - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Natalie Vargas Nedvetsky, Piano

Focus 2020 | Trailblazers: Pioneering Women Composers of the 20th Century - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Focus 2020 is co-curated by Odaline de la Martinez and Joel Sachs

Noah Senghui Koh, Cello - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Noah Senghui Koh, Cello

Samuel Siegel, Countertenor - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Samuel Siegel, Countertenor

Valerie Kim, Violin - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Valerie Kim, Violin

Natalie Vargas Nedvetsky, Piano - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Natalie Vargas Nedvetsky, Piano

Noah Senghui Koh, Cello - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Noah Senghui Koh, Cello

Samuel Siegel, Countertenor - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Samuel Siegel, Countertenor

Natalie Vargas Nedvetsky, Piano - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Natalie Vargas Nedvetsky, Piano

Noah Senghui Koh, Cello - The Juilliard SchoolJanuary 31, 2020 - New York

Noah Senghui Koh, Cello

GirlStories - Children's Museum of the ArtsThrough January 31, 2020 - Hudson Square

GirlStories is a free after school program for girls and non-binary artists ages 12-15 that empowers them to become makers and individuals and encourages them to bring their unique perspectives into fields that are lacking a female voice.In practice, students will explore various forms of art-making to develop an artistic identity and personal voice to share their unique experiences. GirlStories will expose the participants to the work of other women artists in disciplines that include: filmmaking, performance art, writing, illustration, and sculpture. The program will include visits from guest artists and hands-on experience with techniques, processes, equipment, and technologies used in making art.

Tristan Henry Semmelhack, Violin - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Tristan Henry Semmelhack, Violin

Jun Lin, Violin - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Jun Lin, Violin

Pusheng Wang, Piano - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Pusheng Wang, Piano

Map Student Recital | Trumpet - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Juilliard's Music Advancement Program (MAP) educates music students ages 8 to 18 on Saturdays. See their series of free student recitals throughout the year!

Aram Kim, Violin - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Aram Kim, Violin

Jiaxun Caroline Yao, Cello - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Jiaxun Caroline Yao, Cello

Derek Wang, Piano - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Derek Wang, Piano

Imre Lodbrog ET Sa Petite Amie: Mother Nature's Son - Dixon PlaceFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Last summer, while living in the country, Barbara and Imre started reading obscure early-20th-century naturalist texts. They discovered some weird and unexpected treasures. In the work of the eccentric entomologist William Morton Wheeler, Barbara found what appeared to be a primer for gynocentric anarchist living, based on the activities of female Sphex wasps, termites and bees. Meanwhile, Imre was having his mind blown by the psychedelic prose of Wilhelm Blsche, a proto-hippie visionary scientist of cosmic dimensions. In this episode of their ongoing adventures, they discover that a journey into the natural world can be the trippiest trip of all.

MAP Student Recital | Trumpet - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Juilliard's Music Advancement Program (MAP) educates music students ages 8 to 18 on Saturdays. See their series of free student recitals throughout the year!

Derek Wang, Piano - The Juilliard SchoolFebruary 01, 2020 - New York

Derek Wang, Piano

Carter Burden Gallery Announces New Exhibitions by Re-Emerging NYC Artists - Carter Burden Gallery Through February 05, 2020 - New York

Carter Burden Gallery presents three new exhibitions: Reconfigured in the East Gallery featuring Marilyn Church and Basia Goldsmith; Small Disturbances in the West gallery featuring Andrea Lilienthal; and On the Wall featuring Robert Petrick. The reception will be held January 9, 2020 from 6 - 8 p.m. The exhibition runs from January 9 through February 5, 2020 at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Marilyn Church presents large acrylic paintings of abstracted figures in Reconfigured. Although she occasionally strays into what seems like total abstraction, the figure has been a continuous theme throughout her career. The impact of the stories of victims and those charged, first fascinated her as a court room artist. A sense of intense emotion resonates in her works. Now, freed from any prescribed boundaries of subject matter, her work is based on improvisation, dream images and intuition. Church explains, In this process of discovery, a narrative eventually emerges however illusive it appears. It is often cloaked in mystery, eroticism, and ambiguity. Church has taught at Pratt Institute an... (read more)

Craftsmanship and the Creation of Babylon's Ishtar Gate - ISAWThrough May 24, 2020 - New York

In fall 2019, ISAW will present A Wonder to Behold, an exhibition exploring ancient ideas about craftsmanship and the power of clay, glass, and stone through the display of the surviving fragments of Babylon's iconic Ishtar Gate and Processional Way.

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