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On the Saturday of Labor Day weekend (September 5) from 12 to 8 p.m., MoMA PS1 will present an all-day livestreaming edition of Warm Up that celebrates New York City’s music communities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. With eight hours of continuous music streamed live from MoMA PS1’s iconic courtyard and framed by stage design created by New York-based artist Cécile McLorin Salvant, Warm Up will feature twelve DJ sets and live performances by artists who represent the city’s expansive music community, including Papi Juice, an art collective celebrating queer and trans people of color; Barbie Bertisch, who runs the beloved fanzine Love Injection; Bronx-based label Sie7etr3; and more.
MoMA PS1 will reopen to the public on September 17 with extended evening hours, a new commission by artist Rashid Johnson in the Museum’s outdoor courtyard, and the long-awaited opening of Marking Time, a major exhibition on art and mass incarceration curated by Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood. To celebrate New York City’s music communities, a one-day edition of the music program Warm Up will take place on Saturday September 5, livestreaming online and at outdoor venues across the city.