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  • February 28    
    A conversation with performance artists Tania Bruguera and Kate Gilmore examining the roles of power and identity in their work.
  • March 1    
    Lloyd Parry discusses his latest work, Ghosts of the Tsunami: Death and Life in Japan’s Disaster Zone, a revealing investigation into the hauntings and mysteries of a town hit especially hard by the...
  • March 1    
    Microbiologist and natto maker Ann Yonetani, founder of Brooklyn-based NYrture Food, dishes on her favorite ways to prepare natto, examines both traditional and novel culinary pairings, and breaks...
  • March 2    
    Join in a celebration of the life and work of artist Guadalupe Valero O’Farrill. A select series of her paintings will be on view and The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra will perform along with special...
  • March 2    
    Angel Otero, Two Evening Moons, 2017, oil skins on fabric, Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong
  • March 2    
    Extraordinary Kunqu (Chinese opera) artist Qian Yi shares a work – in – progress exploration of a new work she is creating around Buddhist philosophy.
  • March 3    
    Get up close and personal with the Morgan’s collection of Ancient Near Eastern cylinder seals, some of the smallest and oldest sculptures in the world. Participants will learn about the myths,...
  • March 3    
     Heart for Art will show you hidden libraries, art galleries, vintage musical instruments and other interesting spots that have recently sprung out of this former industrial zone.
  • March 6    
    The perennial intermingling of art and literature in Japanese culture is the engaging subject of this lecture series with curator John T. Carpenter, which focuses on painting, poetry, and calligraphy...
  • March 6    
    ​Join writer and video artist Akwaeke Emezi and visual artist ruby onyinyechi amanzefor a talk on multiple and blurred Black realities—aliens, ogbanje, and...

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