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Explore antique jewelry from the Gilded Age and create your own bedazzled greeting card to share with a loved one.
Make your own teddy bear during this Presidents' Day-themed event.
Make a painting inspired by our Daze exhibition, and learn how to fit and stretch your own canvas.
Jog, jump, limbo and sketch your way through a “mini-marathon” to learn about some of the runners who participate in the New York City Marathon.
Join us for a discussion with fitness writers, physicians, and leaders of the city’s public health initiatives to explore the free and low-cost fitness resources that already exist in the city -- and how best to take advantage of them!
A group of noted photographers discuss the role that social conscience plays in their work, and how they pursue both documentary and artistic goals.
Enjoy performances and lessons from The Harlem Swing Dance Society, storytelling, mural making, and tasty cooking demonstration by local Harlem chefs!
Join us to explore the art of silhouette portraits, and trace and cut out your own profile to create a striking silhouette!
Join us for a yoga workshop tailored to runners followed by a screening of "Run for Your Life", a documentary film about Fred Lebow.
Swoon, DAZE, and the founders of BrooklynStreetArt.com, will discuss the evolution of street art in the last two decades and the challenges of capturing such a transient art form.
March is Women’s History Month! Learn about activists like Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Frances Perkins, then outfit a paper doll for a suffragist rally.
Find out what leading advocates in homeless services are doing to empower New Yorkers in need.
See the puppets used in Yiddish theaters of the Lower East Side a century ago, then make your own puppet to tell your New York story.
Learn about notable New Yorkers through their portraits, then try your hand at pencil sketching as you practice with a live model.
With “Fiddler” back on Broadway, join us for a conversation about the challenges of staging a classic Broadway musical for contemporary audiences.
Join us for a conversation with author David Reid about New York City during the frenzied but dynamic mid-twentieth century.