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Monday, October 31
Saturday–Sunday, November 19 & 20
Tuesday, December 6
Join a panel of experts as they discuss the rebuilding of Penn Station.
Join us for this weekend-long event celebrating the opening of New York at Its Core, with special performances, activities, and free admission for all registrants!
Join a group of writers, performers, and activists as they discuss the historical and ongoing importance of queer nightlife in New York.
Join us for a conversation to consider whether the zoning regulations that were created to tame towers during the rise of the skyscraper have kept pace with our evolving skyline.
Join us for a tribute to the late photographer Bill Cunningham and a screening of "Bill Cunningham New York."
Join Marty Markowitz and Clayton Patterson as they consider the state of New York City’s creative soul.
Explore the blurring of conventional understandings of gender through the lens of fashion.
Join us for a house party inspired by Havana, and discover Cuba’s Afro-Caribbean rhythms and the indelible mark they have left on New York nightlife.
Join us for a screening of "The Witness" followed by a discussion with director James Solomon.
Join us for a conversation on how we can optimize zoning to achieve a more equitable and better functioning city.
Join us for a discussion about the ways in which LGBTQ identity and community shape artists’ work.
Explore Leonard Bernstein’s hidden personal life with scholars Carol Oja and Mark Horowitz.
Zoning decisions have a profound impact on our neighborhoods. Join us to discuss some of their impacts on New York City’s most beloved streets.
Rodney Evans, Michelle Memran, and Conrad Ventur consider film as a creative medium for preserving LGBTQ history.
Join us for a discussion about empowering citizens to take part in the zoning process that shapes their neighborhoods.
Join us for a conversation about how New York City’s recently overhauled zoning regulations compare to those of other peer cities today.