Out & About

| 27 Oct 2015 | 11:55

    Thu 29

    Music Workshop Series at Trinity ChurchTrinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street.

    6-7:30 p.m.Free.

    Enrich and expand your musical skillset (vocal skills, sight-reading, musicology, hymnology) at this workshop series led by Julian Wachner and Trinity’s music staff. All levels and ages welcome.

    212-602-0800. www.trinitywallstreet.org

    For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968–1979 New York University, Grey Art Gallery, 100 Washington Square East

    Through Jan. 10. $3 suggested admission. Free with NYU ID.

    The exhibit, comprising about 250 objects by 29 photographers and other artists, looks at photography’s crucial role in the rise of conceptualism,

    212-998-6780. www.nyu.edu/greyart

    Fri 30

    Cabaret Theater: Night of the Living DeadThe Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.

    9:30-11:30 p.m. $10; free for members.

    1968, USA, George Romero, 96 min.

    The original zombie movie: “We may not enjoy living together, but dying together isn’t going to solve anything.”

    212-620-5000. rubinmuseum.org/events/event/night-of-the-living-dead-10-30-2015

    5th Annual Asphalt ScreamsAsphalt Green, 212 North End Ave.

    4–6 p.m. Free

    Spooky fun and Halloween-themed fitness fun, games, treats and more for costumed New Yorkers of all ages

    212-298-2900. www.asphaltgreen.org/mission/special-events/asphalt-screams

    Sat 31


    Noon-5 p.m. Free, with some activities $2.

    Pier 26 gets transformed into “Halloween Central” with fun-filled attractions for the family, including a magic show by Kid Ace. Geared to kids aged 2–8 years.

    212-627-2020. www.hudsonriverpark.org/events/halloween-kidz-karnival

    HARVEST FESTIVAL17th Street Playground at Fulton Houses, between 9th and 10th Avenues

    2pm - 6pm

    Fulton Tenants Association, Young Life, Gallery Church, Trinity Grace Chelsea host pumpkin painting, carnival games, a kids’ costume contest (at 5 p.m.) and more.


    Sun 1

    Ballet MemphisThe Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Ave.

    2 p.m. $10

    A mixed repertory program featuring contemporary works grounded in the classical aesthetic.

    212-691-9740. www.joyce.org/performance/ballet-memphis/#.VipuEX5JbIU


    Blue Note, 131 West Third St.

    11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., $35 for music and brunch

    The saxophonist Pietro with NYU Jazz Studies artist faculty and students.

    212-475-8592. bluenotejazz.com

    Mon 2

    Blood Mirror: art exhibition organized by Jordan EaglesTrinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street.

    6-9 p.m.Free.

    Trinity Wall Street’s Visual Arts Committee presents the New York City premiere of Blood Mirror: organized by Jordan Eagles.

    212-602-0800. www.trinitywallstreet.org/events/blood-mirror-organized-jordan-eagles?date=2015-11-02

    SENIOR DAY WRITING WORKSHOPThe Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.

    2-3 p.m.

    Make connections with the art on view in the galleries through lively group discussion and creative writing. Program meets at the base of the spiral staircase in the Museum’s main lobby. Program is facilitated by Nina Goss, who teaches creative writing at Fordham University.

    212-620-5000. rubinmuseum.org/events/event/senior-day-writing-workshop-11-02-2015

    Tue 3

    Baryshnikov Arts Center’s 10th Anniversary Celebration Baryshnikov Arts Center, 450 West 37th St.

    8 p.m. $25

    Hommage to Princesse de Polignac, featuring Tenor Paul Groves, and pianists Conor Hanick and Pedja Muzijevic

    866.811.4111. www.bacnyc.org.

    Peter N. Carroll- From Guernica to Human RightsNew York University, Tamiment Library, 10th floor, 70 Washington Square South

    6-8 p.m.

    Peter N. Carroll will discuss his latest book, “From Guernica to Human Rights: Essays on the Spanish Civil War.” RSVP at RSVP.Bobst@nyu.edu


    Wed 4

    Community Board 4Hotel trades Union, 305 West 44th Street, second floor

    6:30 p.m.

    Full board meeting

    212-736-4536. www.nyc.gov/html/mancb4/html/calendar/calendarnew.shtml


    Opera America, 330 Seventh Ave. (at 29th Street),

    7 p.m. $10

    Aviva Players present “Villa Diodati” by Mira J. Spektor, an opera about the origins of the Frankenstein story, and “Libertaria” by Sabrina Pena Young, a futuristic animated comic book opera.

    212-362-2277. www.theavivaplayers.org/