A City Made by Women: A Symposium

Explore the rich history of feminist activism in New York City featuring Teen Vogue’s new executive editor and leading scholars.

King’s Legacy: The Black Church and Social Activism Today

Reverend Dr. Calvin Butts and Reverend Dr. Johnny Ray Youngblood consider the continuing role of New York’s African American churches in advancing civil rights.

Feminists in Fashion with Norma Kamali and Christene Barberich

Fashion icon Norma Kamali discusses the impact of feminism on the industry with Christene Barberich, co-founder of Refinery29.

Fania All-Stars: Live in Africa

Screening of “Fania All Stars,” which offers a glimpse into a particularly soulful moment in Latin music.

State of the (Public) Art

A conversation with leaders of New York’s most innovative public art projects and spaces: the High Line, Governors Island, and The Laundromat Project.

Events

Talks Sunday, March 25, 1:00pm

A City Made by Women: A Symposium

Explore the rich history of feminist activism in New York City featuring Teen Vogue’s new executive editor and leading scholars.

Talks Tuesday, March 27, 6:30pm

State of the (Public) Art

A conversation with leaders of New York’s most innovative public art projects and spaces: the High Line, Governors Island, and The Laundromat Project.

For Families Sunday, April 1, 11:00am

Pysanky Eggs for Easter

Learn about New York artist Roz Chast’s “egg-citing” twist on Ukrainian pysanky egg dying. Explore images of Chast’s New York-inspired designs and create a paper egg using a wax resist technique.