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  • November 30    
    Join leading scholars and artists to examine how art in public spaces can serve as a flash point for larger social debates, featuring: John Ahearn, Audrey Flack, Harriet Senie, Jimmy Van Bramer...
  • November 30    
    A discussion of the complexities of large-scale human migration and resettlements. Such lessons can inform current cross-border displacement and the corresponding growth of urban settlements and...
  • November 30    
    Columbia, Princeton, Brown, Yale. The ties between these institutions and America’s “peculiar institution” are deep. Historian Eric Foner heads the Columbia University and Slavery Project. Martha...
  • November 30    
    Join Tziporah Salamon, author of The Art of Dressing: Ageless, Timeless, Original Style, for a chronological tale of one woman's sartorial journey over the decades and learn about her...
  • November 30    
    Its controversy precedes it: Ayn Rand’s notorious 700-page paean to radical individualism, wrapped in a saga of sex, architecture, and skybound ambition.
  • November 30    SOLD OUT
    Celebrate the joy and wonder of the holidays with George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® performed by New York City Ballet.
  • November 30    SOLD OUT
    The Met’s English-language family version of Mozart’s enchanting masterpiece has become one of the city’s essential holiday traditions. 
  • November 30    
    BARROW- FREEDOM FIGHTER NY PREMIERE
  • November 30    
    "Face has a double meaning: light/star in Old Italian, and its typical English meaning. Both expressions 'Voice and ensemble' and 'Voice' must be clarified. The Voice – in a general sense – appears...
  • November 30    
    DoublePlus presents three weeks of shared evenings for which established artist-curators each choose a pair of emerging artists and mentor them through the creative, production and audience...

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