AMANDA SELWYN DANCE THEATRE’s White Night401 East 34th St., second floor,
6:30 p.m. $75-$150
The event will celebrate and honor long-time collaborator Anna-Alisa Belous and the many designs she has created for the Dance Theatre.
Musette ExplosionBirdland, 15 West 44th St.
Doors 5 p.m. $25, plus a $10 minimum
Three of New York’s most in-demand virtuoso musicians, Will Holshouser, accordion, Matt Munisteri, guitar & banjo, and Marcus Rojas, tuba, explore and expand on Parisian musette.
“Quicksand”The Kitchen, 512 West 19th St.
7 p.m., Through Feb. 6. $16/$20
An opera-novel for music, dance, and light, composed from a novel of the same name by the late Robert Ashley
Parsons Dance The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Ave.
Fri, 8 p.m.; Sat, 2 & 8 p.m.; Sun 2 & 7:30 p.m.
Starting at $10 (Call 212-242-0800 for $10 tickets). Other tickets can be purchased online.
Parsons Dance returns its blend of sexy athleticism and stunning ensemble work for the New York premiere of Finding Center, David Parsons’ collaboration with visual artist Rita Blitt.
Downtown Voices: AuditionsTrinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street.
Trinity Wall Street is looking for the city’s best chorale singers to join Downtown Voices, its new semi-professional choir.
“From Freight to Flowers”The High Line, Gansevoort Street entrance.
Noon. Free, but space is limited
Hear the story behind New York City’s park-in-the-sky on a special winter walking tour led by knowledgeable volunteer guides with an insider’s perspective.
Borough President Gale Brewer’s State of the BoroughThe New School — Tishman Auditorium, 63 Fifth Ave.
2-4 p.m. Free
Community event featuring panel led by Borough President Brewer on Manhattan’s future.
LUBA MASON and MIXTURA
55 Bar, 55 Christopher St.
6 and 7:30 p.m. No Cover
Luba and her band Mixtura present a musical blend of jazz and stylistic elements from other genres in her new musical format.
Senior Monday Writing WorkshopRubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St. Meet at the base of the spiral staircase in the Museum’s entrance hall
With Nina Goss, the co-editor of “Dylan at Play” and a forthcoming collection of essays from University of Mississippi Press.
(212) 620-5000. rubinmuseum.org/events/events
No Revolution Without Us: Feminists of the Black Panther Party New Y0rk University, The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts, : 1 Washington Place
In this public conversation, Salamishah Tillet, associate professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, speaks with Lynn C. French, former Black Panther, attorney, and advocate for the homeless, about the fight for gender equality within and beyond the Panthers.
RSVP: gallatin.nyu.edu/utilities/events/2016/02/norevolutionwithoutus.html. 212-998-7370
“Well-Founded Fear”Fashion Institute of Technology, Pomerantz Center, Seventh Avenue, near 28th Street, room D207
As part of the Film and Media program’s monthly film screening series, Shari Robertson and Michael Camerini will present their documentary about immigration struggles in the United States.
Artists on Artists Lecture SeriesDia:Chelsea, 535 West 22nd St.
Gregg Bordowitz on Hanne Darboven
6:30 p.m. $10; students and seniors, $6; members, free
SEVERING THE EGO: TANTRIC BUDDHIST CHOD PRACTICERubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.
6:30–8:30 p.m. $15; members, $13.50
An evening of Chod, a Tantric Buddhist practice in which practitioners visualize the cutting away of their body, with a Q&A with Kunsang Thongdo Dojee — a young, roaming yogi— and a special Chod-focused tour of the museum’s galleries.
Community Board 4Fulton Auditorium, 119 Ninth Ave.
Full Board Meeting