Events Calendar

Jun15
Grow NYC

Tucker Square Saturday Greenmarket

Grow NYC

Free Community
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Jun15
Community

Tucker Square Saturday Greenmarket

Grow NYC

Richard Tucker Park, West 66th Street & Broadway
New York, NY 10023

Phone: (212) 788-7900

Price

Free

When

8:00am - 4:00pm

An outdoor market with a variety of vendors and customers

Open Saturdays, year-round
Market Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

This location also open Thursdays.
Compost Program: Tucker Square Greenmarket Thursdays Only (Thursdays, 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.)‚Äč

Cash, SNAP/EBT, Debit/Credit, Healthfirst OTC Plus and Humana Healthy Options insurance members (select plans), WIC & Senior FMNP coupons, and Greenmarket Bucks accepted. Spend $2 in SNAP/EBT/P-EBT, get bonus $2 Health Buck, up to $10 per day.

Help us spread the word about this market! Share our market flyer to your networks over email or social media. 
English JPG & PDF  I  Español JPG & PDF

Greenmarket's gateway to the Upper West Side, the Tucker Square Greenmarket, offers locally grown produce just across the street from Lincoln Center. Seasonal vegetables range from fresh staples like corn and greens to delicacies like squash blossoms and fairtytale eggplant. Orchards boast sweet berries, stone fruit, and over 80 varieties of apples. Knowledgeable growers are at market to explain just how to care for their plants, flowers, and herb pots indoors and out.  Impeccable farmstead cheeses, fresh seafood, grass fed beef, eggs, artisanal baked goods, and New York's only producer of both sorghum and maple syrup round out the offerings.

Jun15
museum of arts and design

Sonya Clark

museum of arts and design

Free Culture
×
Jun15
Culture

Sonya Clark

museum of arts and design

Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019

Price

Free

When

Open during museum hours 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Six photos of intricate braided hair designs

Highlighting thirty years of artmaking dedicated to the Black experience in America, Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other is the first comprehensive survey of the communal art-making projects that form the heart of the artist’s pioneering creative practice. Accompanied by a selection of Clark’s photographs, prints, and sculpture, the exhibition will feature five of Clark’s large-scale, collaborative projects, including her barrier-breaking The Hair Craft Project (2014) and the ongoing performance, Unraveling.

Working with a wide range of emotionally resonant materials and everyday objects—from cotton cloth and human hair to school desks and bricks— Clark encourages audiences to confront through material transformation the country’s historical imbalances and racial injustices. At the same time, Clark celebrates the complexities of the Black cultural experience. The uses of traditional craft materials, her applied knowledge of global craft techniques, and the communal collaborations that are integral to the integrity of Clark's art are among the many ways Clark represents and honors the legacies of the African diaspora in Black life.

Image: Naoko Wowsugi

Jun15
Lincoln Center Theater

UNCLE VANYA

Lincoln Center Theater

Entertainment
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Jun15
Entertainment

UNCLE VANYA

Lincoln Center Theater

Lincoln Center Theater-Vivian Beaumont, 150 West 65th Street Between Broadway and Amsterdam New York NY 10023

Price

See Website for Tickets

When

2:00 PM & 8:00 PM

A silhouette of a man walking with leaves blowing into the wind and the text: uncle vanya

Sonya (Alison Pill) and her uncle Vanya (Steve Carell) have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father (Alfred Molina) and his charismatic wife (Anika Noni Rose) move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives.

Director Lila Neugebauer and playwright Heidi Schreck collaborate on the premiere of this Lincoln Center Theater production of UNCLE VANYA, which pairs Chekhov's enduring masterpiece with one of America's most celebrated contemporary playwrights in a strikingly immediate new translation.

Image: Lincoln Center Theater

Jun15
New York Public Library

Reanimating Theater: The Photography of ...

New York Public Library

Free Community
×
Jun15
Community

Reanimating Theater: The Photography of Friedman-Abeles

New York Public Library

Shelby Cullom Davis Museum, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Price

Free

When

10:30 AM – 6:00 PM

An intricate set composed of stacked colorful cubes with people sitting in them while speaking on the phone

From 1954–1970, the studio of Friedman-Abeles photographed the majority of the plays and musicals on Broadway. Although their black and white images are familiar to fans and historians, the studio also photographed many shows in color, and the Library for the Performing Arts received them as color slides. The cost of reproducing these images in the pre-digital era meant that, aside from a few selections in record album liner notes or on magazine covers, these photographs have never been seen before. Over the last three years the Library has digitized all of the negatives for dozens of shows along with most of the color slides in the collection. These images are showcased in a unique way in this exhibition. 

Image: Friedman-Abeles

Jun15
American Folk Art Museum

Francesc Tosquelles: Avant-Garde Psychiatry and ...

American Folk Art Museum

Free Culture
×
Jun15
Culture

Francesc Tosquelles: Avant-Garde Psychiatry and the Birth of Art Brut

American Folk Art Museum

2 Lincoln Square, New York City

Price

Free

When

11:30 AM – 6:00 PM

A painting of a group of concerned dancers are looking at a sad ballerina while a dark figure stands over her

This exhibition—situated at the intersection of art and psychiatry—explores for the first time in the United States the legacy of Catalan psychiatrist Francesc Tosquelles (Reus, Spain, 1912–Granges-sur-Lot, France, 1994). The exhibition and accompanying book will include artworks by European artists associated with Tosquelles and Dubuffet’s concurrent aspirations to “cure” mental health and art institutions alike, as well as films and archival documents excavating Saint-Alban’s outsized but subterranean influence on French intellectual life in the 20th century, featuring Antonin Artaud, Paul Éluard, Frantz Fanon, and Jean Oury.

Image: Marguerite Sirvins (1890–1957, France), Untitled, 1941. Embroidered silk threads on fabric, 8 5/8 x 10 in. Collection Family Ou-Rabah Tosquelles. Photographic reproduction: © Roberto Ruiz.

Jun16
museum of arts and design

Sonya Clark

museum of arts and design

Free Culture
×
Jun16
Culture

Sonya Clark

museum of arts and design

Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019

Price

Free

When

Open during museum hours 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Six photos of intricate braided hair designs

Highlighting thirty years of artmaking dedicated to the Black experience in America, Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other is the first comprehensive survey of the communal art-making projects that form the heart of the artist’s pioneering creative practice. Accompanied by a selection of Clark’s photographs, prints, and sculpture, the exhibition will feature five of Clark’s large-scale, collaborative projects, including her barrier-breaking The Hair Craft Project (2014) and the ongoing performance, Unraveling.

Working with a wide range of emotionally resonant materials and everyday objects—from cotton cloth and human hair to school desks and bricks— Clark encourages audiences to confront through material transformation the country’s historical imbalances and racial injustices. At the same time, Clark celebrates the complexities of the Black cultural experience. The uses of traditional craft materials, her applied knowledge of global craft techniques, and the communal collaborations that are integral to the integrity of Clark's art are among the many ways Clark represents and honors the legacies of the African diaspora in Black life.

Image: Naoko Wowsugi

Jun16
Lincoln Center Theater

UNCLE VANYA

Lincoln Center Theater

Entertainment
×
Jun16
Entertainment

UNCLE VANYA

Lincoln Center Theater

Lincoln Center Theater-Vivian Beaumont, 150 West 65th Street Between Broadway and Amsterdam New York NY 10023

Price

See Website for Tickets

When

2:00 PM

A silhouette of a man walking with leaves blowing into the wind and the text: uncle vanya

Sonya (Alison Pill) and her uncle Vanya (Steve Carell) have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father (Alfred Molina) and his charismatic wife (Anika Noni Rose) move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives.

Director Lila Neugebauer and playwright Heidi Schreck collaborate on the premiere of this Lincoln Center Theater production of UNCLE VANYA, which pairs Chekhov's enduring masterpiece with one of America's most celebrated contemporary playwrights in a strikingly immediate new translation.

Image: Lincoln Center Theater

Jun16
American Folk Art Museum

Francesc Tosquelles: Avant-Garde Psychiatry and ...

American Folk Art Museum

Free Culture
×
Jun16
Culture

Francesc Tosquelles: Avant-Garde Psychiatry and the Birth of Art Brut

American Folk Art Museum

2 Lincoln Square, New York City

Price

Free

When

11:30 AM – 6:00 PM

A painting of a group of concerned dancers are looking at a sad ballerina while a dark figure stands over her

This exhibition—situated at the intersection of art and psychiatry—explores for the first time in the United States the legacy of Catalan psychiatrist Francesc Tosquelles (Reus, Spain, 1912–Granges-sur-Lot, France, 1994). The exhibition and accompanying book will include artworks by European artists associated with Tosquelles and Dubuffet’s concurrent aspirations to “cure” mental health and art institutions alike, as well as films and archival documents excavating Saint-Alban’s outsized but subterranean influence on French intellectual life in the 20th century, featuring Antonin Artaud, Paul Éluard, Frantz Fanon, and Jean Oury.

Image: Marguerite Sirvins (1890–1957, France), Untitled, 1941. Embroidered silk threads on fabric, 8 5/8 x 10 in. Collection Family Ou-Rabah Tosquelles. Photographic reproduction: © Roberto Ruiz.

Jun17
DOROT

Qigong

DOROT

Free Community
×
Jun17
Community

Qigong

DOROT

Online

Price

Free; Register Online

When

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

A person balences in a lunge pose

Improve balance, posture, and flexibility as you coordinate simple movement sequences with breath. This class will leave you feeling relaxed and energized.

Led by Siewli Stark, Certified Mind-Body Specialist

Jun17
New York Public Library

Reanimating Theater: The Photography of ...

New York Public Library

Free Community
×
Jun17
Community

Reanimating Theater: The Photography of Friedman-Abeles

New York Public Library

Shelby Cullom Davis Museum, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Price

Free

When

10:30 AM– 8:00 PM

An intricate set composed of stacked colorful cubes with people sitting in them while speaking on the phone

From 1954–1970, the studio of Friedman-Abeles photographed the majority of the plays and musicals on Broadway. Although their black and white images are familiar to fans and historians, the studio also photographed many shows in color, and the Library for the Performing Arts received them as color slides. The cost of reproducing these images in the pre-digital era meant that, aside from a few selections in record album liner notes or on magazine covers, these photographs have never been seen before. Over the last three years the Library has digitized all of the negatives for dozens of shows along with most of the color slides in the collection. These images are showcased in a unique way in this exhibition. 

Image: Friedman-Abeles

Jun18
museum of arts and design

Sonya Clark

museum of arts and design

Free Culture
×
Jun18
Culture

Sonya Clark

museum of arts and design

Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019

Price

Free

When

Open during museum hours 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Six photos of intricate braided hair designs

Highlighting thirty years of artmaking dedicated to the Black experience in America, Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other is the first comprehensive survey of the communal art-making projects that form the heart of the artist’s pioneering creative practice. Accompanied by a selection of Clark’s photographs, prints, and sculpture, the exhibition will feature five of Clark’s large-scale, collaborative projects, including her barrier-breaking The Hair Craft Project (2014) and the ongoing performance, Unraveling.

Working with a wide range of emotionally resonant materials and everyday objects—from cotton cloth and human hair to school desks and bricks— Clark encourages audiences to confront through material transformation the country’s historical imbalances and racial injustices. At the same time, Clark celebrates the complexities of the Black cultural experience. The uses of traditional craft materials, her applied knowledge of global craft techniques, and the communal collaborations that are integral to the integrity of Clark's art are among the many ways Clark represents and honors the legacies of the African diaspora in Black life.

Image: Naoko Wowsugi

Jun18
New York Public Library

Reanimating Theater: The Photography of ...

New York Public Library

Free Community
×
Jun18
Community

Reanimating Theater: The Photography of Friedman-Abeles

New York Public Library

Shelby Cullom Davis Museum, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Price

Free

When

10:30 AM – 6:00 PM

An intricate set composed of stacked colorful cubes with people sitting in them while speaking on the phone

From 1954–1970, the studio of Friedman-Abeles photographed the majority of the plays and musicals on Broadway. Although their black and white images are familiar to fans and historians, the studio also photographed many shows in color, and the Library for the Performing Arts received them as color slides. The cost of reproducing these images in the pre-digital era meant that, aside from a few selections in record album liner notes or on magazine covers, these photographs have never been seen before. Over the last three years the Library has digitized all of the negatives for dozens of shows along with most of the color slides in the collection. These images are showcased in a unique way in this exhibition. 

Image: Friedman-Abeles