Building an International Rule of Law New York Law School, 185 West Broadway.
5-6 p.m. Free.
United Nations Legal Counsel Miguel de Serpa Soares will elaborate on the implementation of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s ideas on the rule of law.
212-431 2865. www.nyls.edu/center_for_international_law/cil-events/otto_l_walter_lecture/
Lunchtime Organ ConcertMarble Collegiate Church, 1 West 29th St.
12:30 – 1 p.m. Free.
The Marble Collegiate Church will have free lunch organ concerts on multiple Thursdays throughout February and the first week of March.
Mindful Connections Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.
2–3 p.m. Free with online RSVP.
People with dementia and their caregivers can enjoy this monthly tour program through the Rubin with trained guides who promote engagement with the art and each other. Guests can also arrive early at 1:30pm for complimentary tea time.
CITY OF GLASS The New Ohio, 154 Christopher St.
through Feb 12. Check website for performance times. $25-$30
The world premiere theatrical adaptation of Paul Auster’s seminal novel “City of Glass,” the first of his acclaimed New York Trilogy, adapted and directed by Edward Einhorn.
The Look of Silence Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St.
1–3:30 p.m. Adults, $8; members, seniors and students, $6.
Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer’s documentary about a family of survivors from the 1965 Indonesian genocide and the murder of their son. The film is a companion piece to the Oscar-nominated “The Act of Killing” (2012). A discussion with the filmmaker will follow the screening.
Skyscrapers Art Gallery TourMeet at 24 West 57th St., near Sixth Ave.
1 p.m. $25
We find and explain this month’s most fascinating exhibits in painting, sculpture, electronic media and photography within seven Midtown galleries. Led by Rafael Risemberg.
Chopin Theatrical Concert Greenwich House Music, 46 Barrow St.
This theatrical concert is about composer Frédéric Chopin and the composer within each one of us. The project aims to break institutionalized walls of classical music in the 21st century and reach a wider audience.
Mural PaintingThe Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.
The murals in Tibet’s Lukhang Temple represent landscapes, animals, people and Buddhist gods. Explore the rich imagery of the murals and then drop by the art studio to create your own wall-sized painting.
Community Board 4’s Executive CommitteeBoard Office 330 West 42nd St., 26th Floor
Betina Holte Katie Murphy Amphitheatre, Fashion Institute of Technology, Seventh Avenue at 27th Street
4 p.m. Free
Holte, the chief creative officer and co-founder of her eponymous fashion company, is the guest at this week’s Faces and Places in Fashion.
BalletBoyz Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue,
7:30 p.m., other shows and times available until 2/28. Tickets available online and start at $10. This all-male contemporary dance ensemble, directed by former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, has sold out houses worldwide.
(212) 691-9740. www.joyce.org/
WONDERSHOW The Cutting Room, 44 East 32nd St.
$20 advance online, $25 at the door.
Illusionist TJ Tana and comedians Jonathan Burns and Ben Nemzer, and three other acts put on a night of “magic, mischief, and mystery.”
Couture from Africa Fashion Institute of Technology, 227 West 27th St.
John E. Reeves Great Hall, 6 p.m.
Free, RSVP online. Founder of Lagos Fashion and Design Week Omoyemi Akerele speak on African couture fashion as part of FIT’s “The Hand of Fashion” series. www.fitnyc.edu/handoffashion
The 10th Annual Garage Sale Bead Society of Greater NY. The Church of the Holy Apostles, 296 Ninth Ave.
6-9 p.m. Free.
Over 30 members selling everything from beads, craft items, jewelry, and much more.