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check listing at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Free
September 17 – November 5, 2014 Opening reception: Tuesday, September 16, 6-8 PM Special performance of "Axial Music" by George Quasha and Charles Stein, 7 PM Through video, performance, human-computer interface, virtual reality, and traditional artistic approaches, this... (continued)
check listing at China Institute (downtown location), Free and open to the public
Artist Prune Nourry brings her army of Terracotta Daughters—108 life-size sculptures of young Chinese girls—to New York’s China Institute from September 11 through October 4 as part of the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)’s acclaimed fall arts festival Crossing the Line. This will be the... (continued)
check listing at National Arts Club, Free
The National Arts Club and its Office of Fine Arts present, ‘Charles James: Beneath the Dress.’ The mixed media exhibition features 60 of James’ fashion and erotic drawings from the collection of R. Couri Hay, which have never been seen in public before. A film utilizing 20 hours of rare footage... (continued)
check listing at New York School of Interior Design Gallery, Free
The oldest, continuously operating interior design firm in America, McMillen has a long and distinguished history of creating interiors for discriminating clients, from city apartments to country estates and weekend retreats. This retrospective exhibition will survey the firm’s accomplishments, in... (continued)
check listing at Gene Frankel Theatre, $18
Steeped in the epic realism of O’Neill, yet stylistically unique, The Twelfth Labor tells the story of a family struggling to survive at any cost. Esther, bereft of her husband, struggles mightily to keep her family afloat as they await their father’s return from the war. When her mentally... (continued)
check listing at Pioneer Works, Center for Art and Innovation, Free!
Brooklyn-based contemporary artist and 2014 Guggenheim Fellow Rachel Sussman brings her largest solo exhibition to date of The Oldest Living Things in the World to Pioneer Works: Center for Art and Innovation in Red Hook, Brooklyn, from September 13-November 2. Curated by Christina Costello,... (continued)
check listing at Madison Square Park, free
WHAT: Mad. Sq. Art, the free, contemporary art program of the Madison Square Park Conservancy, presents a dynamic Fall exhibition featuring commissioned artworks made by internationally renowned sculptor Tony Cragg. Cragg’s Walks of Life, consists of three monumental bronze sculptures positioned on... (continued)
check listing at Ars Nova Theater, $35
JACUZZI By THE DEBATE SOCIETY. A New Play Written by HANNAH BOS & PAUL THUREEN Directed & Developed by OLIVER BUTLER. Featuring: Drama Desk-winner HANNAH BOS, Tony-nominee PETER FRIEDMAN, The Help’s CHRIS LOWELL and OBIE-winner PAUL THUREEN. In the Marshall family’s peacefully... (continued)
check listing at The Players Theatre, $30-$60
A heart-breaking triangle, a heart-racing chase - a mystery unsolved for centuries – the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Careless lovers taunt a fragile man with a treacherous dance that spins out of control. One man will triumph and both men will lose, several will squander their souls. Dark... (continued)
check listing at One Art Space, Free
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW YORK AUGUST 17 – 2014 – ONE ART SPACE is pleased to present “Shadows” a solo exhibition of Barcelona based Uruguayan artist Pablo Bruera. This exhibition will be on view from September 26 – October 16, 2014. A reception will be held at the gallery on September 25... (continued)
check listing at Cinema Village, Varies
ONE WEEK ONLY! When Edmond (Michel Bouquet), a man quickly facing the loss of his youth, is placed in a care facility after taking a bad fall while watering his plants, he discovers that his son has sold his apartment. Determined to reclaim his autonomy, he leaves the care facility with Rose ... (continued)
check listing at WorkShop Theater, $18 general admission, $15 students and seniors
It's 1976. Sexual liberation has come to Westchester. Where does freedom end and responsibility begin? In the 1970s, the sexual revolution had finally given women the freedom to fully explore their natures. How women of various ages reconciled this freedom with their personal ethics is the... (continued)
check listing at Picture Farm Gallery, Free
Studio Sawada, formed by Hiro Sawada and Nami Sawada in 1994 and based in Nagoya Japan, is the Japanese artist duo responsible for �Thaw.� This is the first installation in the United States for Studio Sawada and is curated by Kanae Maeda. Thousands of ice sculptures will cool you off from... (continued)
6-8pm at Affirmation Arts, $40 online pre-registration, $50 at the door
Since 2006, CCNY’s Silent Photo Benefit Auction has built a reputation among serious collectors and photo enthusiasts for its wide range of work, focusing both on outstanding established and emerging photographers. This year’s auction will include sections curated by Elisabeth Biondi, independent... (continued)
8pm at Brooklyn Colony, Free
A wonderfully hilarious comedy show the first Thursday of every month at Brooklyn Colony in Gowanus! Featuring some of the best comedians in New York and hosted by Gideon Hambright and Patrick Hastie! This months show features John Bilancini, Carolyn Busa, Lawson Leong, Jordan Temple, Seth... (continued)
6:30pm to 7:30pm at Madison Square Park, FREE
Madison Square Park Conservancy and NeueHouse will host the seventh season of Mad. Sq. Reads, a free literary series on Thursday, October 2nd from 6:30-7:30 pm on the steps of Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Farragut Monument in the Northern end of Madison Square Park. Sean Wilsey is the author of Oh the... (continued)
8:00pm- 9:30pm at JCC in Manhattan, $7-15
We incorporate Eastern philosophy and meditation practices with a sophisticated multi-media concert and performance. Through sincere interactions between musicians, performers, and audience members we hope to bring thoughtful inspiration, physical and psychological well-being to all involved. We... (continued)
9am at Bloomingdale's, Free
For the 10th year, Bloomingdale’s continues its commitment to support breast cancer awareness and treatment during the month of October. Come kick off the celebration at the Pink Party in support of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation® (BCRF), The Carey Foundation, and The Marisa Acocella... (continued)
6pm at the NYC lgBt Community Center, $5 .. or as able/ sliding scale
Topic: Gendered Sex, Gendered Heart... One of the primary ways Fritz Klein's Sexual Orientation Grid (1993) expands the study of human sexuality, is the idea that bisexuality is not just about sexual desires or capabilities. It also examines our emotional and social preferences.. "Who do... (continued)
10pm - 2am at Otto's Wine & Burger Bar, FREE
Aren�t you tired of going to the same parties every week? Does it seem like shows you attend aren�t as exciting anymore? Don�t you just want to hangout, have a drink, meet some new people & have a good time? When�s the last time you played a game that wasn�t on a computer,... (continued)
check listing at Penumbra Foundation, $750.00
Lisa's Cabin Paw Paw, WV Join instructor Lisa Elmaleh takes on West Virginia and brings wet plate to the field! Learn the wet plate collodion process while getting back to nature. In this workshop, Lisa will teach students how to create glass negatives, tintypes and ambrotypes in camera. Students... (continued)
check listing at Club 20/20 (old kokosz), FREE FOR WOMAN B4 12 $5 MEN ALL NIGHT
MUST WEAR BEACH ATTIRE $5 PINA COLODAS AND $2 TEQUILA SUNRISE SHOTS!
10pm-4am at Wreck Room, FREE Y'ALL!!
FINALLY a weekly that celebrates CATS and the QUEERS that love them! Every Thursday, nightlife team, RUDY & the JERK present Bushwick's premier cat party. Come early and get limited edition party favors! DJ's and drink specials all night! Cat dress encouraged. All breeds welcome.
check listing at WOW Cafe Theater, $15/adv $20/door $120/VIP GROUP
Dismantling Western ideals of beauty, Thick presents heavenly curvaceous bodies on a pedestal. Showcasing them in all their glory, this variety show proves that having extra body fat doesn't stop you from being talented, desirable and downright sexy! A monthly revue brought to you by curator The... (continued)

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