It’s cold outside, so warm up your mind this weekend…
Start your warmup by getting your ticket to the Poets Forum presented by the Academy of American Poets. Listen to wise words from Edward Hirsch, Sharon Olds, Carl Phillips, Marie Ponsot, Anne Waldman and many more.
You know you like cartoons! Check out the Museum of Arts and Design’s screening of animations by the first family of American independent animators, the Hubleys.
The legendary French clown/filmmaker Pierre Étaix will be present at the New York premiere of his 1969 film Le Grand Amour, screening at Film Forum in 35MM.
There is a tribute to a great experimental poet Arkadii Dragomoshchenko at An Evening in Memory of Arkadii Dragomoshchenko at NYU in the Auditorium at 19 University Place, celebrating his life and gift.
The Brooklyn Museum presents a multimedia performance How We Are Connected a part of a six-year response to National Geographic’s Genographic Project.
Check out the screening of A Short Film About the Indio Nacional by Raya Martin happening at the Museum of the Moving Image.
And if you have some time, take a trip to University Art Museum in Albany and check out Rachel Foullon’s work, part of a two person show with Dana Hoey