Upcoming events

Wed, Jan 16, 2019 - Sun, Apr 7, 2019

"Molding Young Minds: Schooldays in 19th-Century New York" at Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden

This exhibit explores New York’s early schools. Who did they serve? What texts, tools and tricks did teachers use to keep students engaged? See classics, readers, exercise books, maps, tracts and toys and reconstruct a school day of a typical 19th-century student.
Thu, Jan 31, 2019 - Sat, May 11, 2019

Elizabeth Condon Exhibition at 527 Madison Avenue

Mitsui Fudosan America has announced an exhibition of paintings by Elisabeth Condon in the 527 Madison Avenue lobby gallery through May 10. The show is open to the public from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and features four of Condon’s signature multilayered paintings that combine imagery from Yuan Dynasty scrolls, vintage wallpapers, post-war abstraction and glam rock. Carefully poured abstract areas are superimposed upon lush renderings of birds and flowers, a motif referencing classical Chinese painting techniques Condon learned during numerous residencies in China.
Sat, Mar 16, 2019 - Sat, Apr 13, 2019

"Smart Blonde" at 59E59 Theaters

Judy Holliday lays down a series of tracks about her rise to fame amidst the politics of the 1950s. Memory and song converge as the “dumb blonde” with a genius IQ charts her experiences from Greenwich Village to Broadway and beyond with notable show business alums, including Leonard Bernstein and Marilyn Monroe.
Sat, Mar 30, 2019 - Sun, Apr 14, 2019

"I Carry Your Heart" at 59E59 Theaters

Phoebe is a young poet, forever living in the shadow of her estranged mother’s literary acclaim. When her mother unexpectedly dies, however, Phoebe is left with two complicated legacies: donating her mother’s organs and reading her mother’s unpublished confessional journal. Meanwhile, Tess and her partner Lydia receive a late night phone call, informing them that a donor heart is available for Tess. But when the transplant establishes a sympathetic link between donor and recipient these two families form an unlikely connection, struggling to understand the politics and poetics of organ donation and daring to hope that pieces of us can live on after great tragedy.