AAPI Month at MCNY

Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month at the Museum of the City of New York through exhibitions, events, and digital content that highlights the voices of the AAPI community in NYC.

Mobilizing Chinatown: Past and Present on Film

An evening of past and contemporary documentaries about resilience, repression, and mobilization in Chinatown, followed by a talkback with directors Curtis Chin, ManSee Kong, and Betty Yu.

Cocktails & Culture: GoNightclubbing with DJ Bill Bahlman

Relive the downtown 1980s music scene with GoNightclubbing's video lounge and legendary Punk/New Wave DJ Bill Bahlman.

Virtual Student Workshop—Raise Your Voice: AAPI Creativity in Resistance (Grades 4–8)

In this virtual workshop, students will hear from multidisciplinary artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya and examine the resiliency of New York's Asian American and Pacific Islander community and their solidarity across past and present activist movements through the stories of Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X.

Chairman's Leadership Award Luncheon

Join us in honoring Stephen J. Ketchum and Cynthia Foster Curry and discussing the effects of inflation and geopolitical risk on New York City's business sector.

Events

For Adults Wednesday, June 1, 12:00pm

Chairman's Leadership Award Luncheon

Join us in honoring Stephen J. Ketchum and Cynthia Foster Curry and discussing the effects of inflation and geopolitical risk on New York City's business sector.