Talks Saturday, February 10, 12:00pm

Black Communities of Early New York

Join a lively conversation with historians that look back at early Black communities of New York, such as New Amsterdam, Weeksville, and Seneca Village and connections between these legacies through today.
Performances Friday, February 23, 7:00pm

New York’s Golden Ice Age

A conversation celebrating of New York City's legendary history of figure skating and ice hockey, followed by evening of virtuosic skating by the Ice Theatre of New York.
Performances Wednesday, February 28, 6:30pm

Performance & Protest in Public Art

Artists Tania Bruguera and Kate Gilmore discuss performance art as a medium for critiquing politics, gender, and society with Risë Wilson, founder of The Laundromat Project.
Talks Wednesday, March 21, 7:00pm

The Subway

Joseph Lhota, Chairman of the MTA, and transportation advocate Veronica Vanterpool discuss what can be done to ensure the future success of New York City’s sprawling subway system.
Talks Tuesday, March 27, 6:30pm

State of the (Public) Art

A conversation with leaders of New York’s most innovative public art projects and spaces: the High Line, Governors Island, and The Laundromat Project.