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    Four More Years: An Election Special

    Brooklyn Academy of Music

    Brooklyn

    Fri, Jul 15, 2016 - Wed, Aug 03, 2016

    Juicy scandals, outsized egos, and Machiavellian backroom deals: the high-stakes blood sport of the American electoral process makes for irresistible cinema. This election season, take a break from the 24/7 news cycle chatter with some of the all-time best films about the good, the bad, and the ugly of democracy in action.

    Art AIDS America

    Bronx Museum of the Arts

    Bronx

    Wed, Jul 13, 2016 - Sun, Sep 25, 2016

    Art AIDS America features over 125 works in a wide range of media dating from 1981 to today, featuring artists such as Félix González-Torres, Derek Jackson, Kia Labeija, Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Martin Wong. The Museum has supplemented the exhibition with works from its permanent collection that showcase responses to HIV/AIDS by artists particularly connected to the Bronx, such as Willie Cole, Alvin Baltrop, and Whitfield Lovell, among others. The Museum has also collaborated ...

    Tap Treasures

    The Duke on 42nd Street

    Manhattan

    Thu, Jul 14, 2016, 7:00 pm

    New work created by and featuring a global community of the brightest and boldest soloists, contemporary ensembles, emerging raw talent and leading tap masters. Performers include: Christina Carminucci, Felipe Galganni, Richard James, Kwikstep, Ted Levy, Tapman Myers, Max Pollak, Rokafella, Leonardo Sandoval, Lynn Schwab, Samara Seligsohn, Randy Skinner, Melinda Sullivan, Tap City Youth Ensemble, Caleb Teicher, Tony Waag & Karen Callaway Williams.

    Summer Exhibitions and Projects at The Studio Museum

    Studio Museum in Harlem

    Manhattan

    Sat, Jul 16, 2016 - Tue, Oct 25, 2016

    From photographs taken by high-school students to classic Conceptualism by Lorraine O’Grady (b. 1934) and masterful abstract paintings by Stanley Whitney (b.1946), artworks in many styles and from many generations of artists of African descent will be on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem, as it begins its summer exhibition season on July 16, 2015.

Tap Treasures

229 West 42nd Street

new york N.Y. 10036

6462233010

New work created by and featuring a global community of the brightest and boldest soloists, contemporary ensembles, emerging raw talent and leading tap masters. Performers include: Christina Carminucci, Felipe Galganni, Richard James, Kwikstep, Ted Levy, Tapman Myers, Max Pollak, Rokafella, Leonardo Sandoval, Lynn Schwab, Samara Seligsohn, Randy Skinner, Melinda Sullivan, Tap ...

Art AIDS America

1040 Grand Concourse

bronx N.Y. 10456

7186816000

Art AIDS America features over 125 works in a wide range of media dating from 1981 to today, featuring artists such as Félix González-Torres, Derek Jackson, Kia Labeija, Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Martin Wong. The Museum has supplemented the exhibition with works from its permanent collection that showcase responses ...

Four More Years: An Election Special

30 Lafayette Ave

brooklyn N.Y. 11217

7186364100

Juicy scandals, outsized egos, and Machiavellian backroom deals: the high-stakes blood sport of the American electoral process makes for irresistible cinema. This election season, take a break from the 24/7 news cycle chatter with some of the all-time best films about the good, the bad, and the ugly of democracy ...