Big Fun: Indigenous Art & Performance as Resistance

Join us for an evening of poetry, music, and art celebrating radical urban Native American resistance, resilience, and activism with Indigenous artists.

Unexpected Pairings: Katz's Delicatessen & Teranga

Chef Pierre Thiam of Teranga and Jake Dell of Katz's Delicatessen explore the world of comfort food in NYC with The Times' Julia Moskin.

Cultivating Culture in NYC

The leaders of four different NYC museums and cultural institutions discuss the major challenges facing the city’s arts and cultural organizations today.

The Data We Don't See with Giorgia Lupi

Information designer Giorgia Lupi discusses data humanism, her philosophy for understanding and working with data.

Puerto Rican Activism from New York to San Juan - and Beyond

Consider the activist work of the Young Lords Party as it continues to be a point of reference for activists today, both in NYC and the island of Puerto Rico.

Events

For Adults Tuesday, February 4, 6:30pm

Cultivating Culture in NYC

The leaders of four different NYC museums and cultural institutions discuss the major challenges facing the city’s arts and cultural organizations today.

For Adults Tuesday, February 11, 6:30pm

WINTER [BASKET] BALL

Celebrate the game of basketball and the players who have shaped it with drinking, dining, and dancing. Presenting the inaugural Gotham Icon Award to KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR and OWEN D. THOMAS.

For Adults Tuesday, February 11, 9:00pm

WINTER [BASKET] BALL: POST GAME PARTY

FOR AGES 35 & UNDER: Come pay homage to almost a century of NYC B-Ball with drinking, dancing, and basketball arcade games at the post-game party for the Museum of the City of New York’s Winter [Basket] Ball.