Out & About

| 28 Sep 2015 | 12:26

    Thu 1

    fashion culture book SIGNING: sustainable fashionKatie Murphy Amphitheatre, 227 West 27th St.

    6 p.m. Free

    Join Jennifer Farley Gordon and Colleen Hill, The Museum at FIT’s associate curator of accessories, present.

    212-217-7999. news.fitnyc.edu/2015/09/21/fashion-culture-book-signing-sustainable-fashion-past-present-and-future/

    public PRESENTATION: see the latest spur designsThe High Line, 820 Washington St.

    7 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Free

    On Thursday, October 1 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM, please join us for a presentation and public input session on the latest design concept for the Spur.

    212-206-9922. www.thehighline.org/activities/public-presentation-see-the-latest-spur-designs

    Fri 2

    designers and books book fairKatie Murphy Amphitheatre and John E. Reeves Great Hall, 227 West 27th St.

    8 a.m.

    The auditorium adjacent to the exhibition hall, there will be programs featuring esteemed members of the design community.

    212-217-7999. news.fitnyc.edu/2015/09/21/designers-books-book-fair/

    Sam Falls with Hart of Gold and Oldd NewsThe Kitchen, 512 West 19th St.

    8 a.m. Free

    September Spring, an installation by Sam Falls featuring daily performances through October 3rd by Hart of Gold.

    212-255-5793. www.thekitchen.org/event/sam-falls-with-hart-of-gold-and-oldd-news

    Sat 3

    The Marketplace at St Anthony’sSt Anthony Church, 154 Sullivan St.

    10 a.m.-6 p.m.

    Sidewalk marketplace every Firday, Saturday and Sunday on the sidewalk of West Houston Street between Thompson Street and Macdougal Street in SoHo.

    718-598-6604. www.themarketplaceatstanthonys.com

    SoHo Art Gallery TourMeet at 560 Broadway, near near Prince Street

    1 p.m. $25

    Visit 7 modern art galleries in the city’s original world-renowned gallery center, including exhibits in painting, sculpture, electronic media & photography. Led by Rafael Risemberg.

    212-946-1548. www.nygallerytours.com

    Sun 4

    BOSSS (BIG OUTDOOR SITE SPECIFIC STUFF)various locations in Hudson River Park, from Pier 62 to Pier 66

    3:30-10 p.m. Free

    En Garde Arts, the company founded and recently resurrected by pioneering theater producer Anne Hamburger, launches a new site-specific performance festival featuring new works by some of New York City’s most promising emerging theatre artists.


    Archibald Motley: Jazz Age ModernistWhitney Museum, 99 Gansevoort St.

    1 p.m. Free, with museum admission

    A tour of the Harlem Renaissance painter’s survey, the full-scale survey of his paintings in two decades.

    212-570-3600. info@whitney.org

    Mon 5

    American Masters Exhibition and SaleSalmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Ave.

    8 a.m.

    A fine art exhibition and sale held for the benefit of the Salmagundi Club. Enjoy the newly renovated Upper Gallery with works of art by nationally recognized artists.

    212-255-7740. ww.salmagundi.org

    Mexico@NYC: The Muralists in New YorkFashion Institute of Technology, Dubinsky Student Center, Seventh Avenue at 27th Street, room A802

    5-6 p.m.

    As part of Hispanic Heritage Month in October, the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures brings Dr. Rocio Aranda Alvarado, curator of El Museo del Barrio, to discuss the Muralist Movement.


    Tue 6

    The Creative Imagination and RaceKatie Murphy Amphitheatre, 227 West 27th St.

    1-2 p.m.

    Poet and playwright Claudia Rankine will give a talk, “The Creative Imagination and Race,” followed by a Q & A and book signing.

    212-217-7999. www.fitnyc.edu/12077.asp#/?i=1

    Power, Pay and Parity: Women Leaders Discuss Instituting EqualityCUNY, 219 W. 40th St.

    Female journalists discuss the social and professional challenges women still face, and how to change them. Panelists include Susan Goldberg, editor-in-chief, National Geographic; Aminda Marqués Gonzalez, executive editor, The Miami Herald; and Arwa Gunja, executive producer at Freakonomics Radio.

    Register online: www.journalism.cuny.edu/events/power-pay-and-parity-women-leaders-discuss-instituting-equality/

    Wed 7

    Slice Out HungerSt. Anthony’s Church, 155 Sullivan St.

    6 p.m.

    A pizza party bringing together more than 50 of the city’s best pizzerias, with slices for $1, with all proceeds going to Food Bank for NYC


    Annual Flatiron Partnerships Networking EventThe Penthouse and Rooftop Bar at 230 Fifth Ave.

    Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership hosts select open bar and hors d’oeuvres, celebrate the neighborhood, and support the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership at one of the most spectacular venues in the district.

    Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership to Host

    6-9 p.m.