Artists and Fleas – Oct 2017, Artists & Eats Snack Series from 12pm-2pm every Tuesday.
Wednesday, October 11 at 8 PM – 9 PM, Bad Advice from Bad Women, Join the prolific, sharp-tongued Charlotte Shane and a gang of the finest women writing in New York. RSVP on Facebook 568 Broadway @ Prince Street visit us at www.artistsandfleas.com
Community Board No. 2 – Oct 19, 2017 – FULL BOARD – @ 6:30 PM, Scholastic Building, 557 Broadway, Auditorium. The public session begins at 6:30 pm. Speakers cards will be accepted from 6:00 to 6:30 pm. Individuals who cannot attend are invited to submit written testimony in advance to the board office. Written testimony will be placed into the record. See CB2 Calendar and Agenda and find location of all monthly meetings.
*Calendar is subject to change.
Please contact CB2 with any community concerns: 3 Washington Square Village, #1A, New York, NY 10012 Phone : 212-979-2272 | Fax: 212-254-5102 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy Weis Projects – Sundays on Broadway - Oct 2 – Dec 4, Every Sunday at 6pm. Cathy Weis Projects welcomes guest curators Jon Kinzel and Vicky Shick to Sundays on Broadway. Visit www.cathyweis.org
Center for Italian Modern Art -421 Broome St, New York, NY 10013 - Oct 6 through June 23: The Center for Italian Modern Art presents the first major exhibition in the United States of the work of Alberto Savinio (1891–1952). Admission $10 – order them online. Oct 5, 6-8 pm Speaking to CLIO: Introducing Alberto Savino. Oct 6 Open House NYC – 10 am to 1 pm.Oct 26 – 6-8pm: CIMA hosts renowned curator and writer Robert Storr in conversation with Lawrence Weschler for a special evening of reflection on Louise Bourgeois, whose works are on display at CIMA in dialogue with those of ALBERTO SAVINIO,
Guided Tours with CIMA Fellow: Fridays and Saturdays, 11am and 2pm. Open Visiting Hours: Fridays and Saturdays,1pm — 6pm. For more information: http://www.italianmodernart.org/
Elizabeth Street Garden: Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012 - Garden open every day from Weekdays: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m./Weekends: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Subscribe to the Garden calendar HERE For additional info or to help, please email email@example.com. Open to the public and FREE.
HarvestWorks – Oct 1,Cecilia Lopez – RED installation/performance. RED is an investigation about the interaction with unstable acoustic feedback systems. Oct 7,14, 21 – Downtown Culture Talks: Listening to TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Magazine. Harvestworks partners with the Soho Arts Network‘s Downtown Culture Talks to present Listening to TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Magazine. The 30 minute sound loop will feature selections of women artists published on TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Magazine in the 1980’s. Oct 21, Hypernatural Sounds #5: Destination Unknown. Wandering, crossing borders, getting lost, fiddling with the unknown – Hypernatural Sounds # 5: Destination Unknown invites artists & speakers to perform & talk about being in transit to an unknown destination.
Founded as a not-for-profit organization by artists in 1977, Harvestworks has helped a generation of artists create new works using technology. Our mission is to support the creation and presentation of art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies. Visit for info on classes and events
Housing Works Bookstore and Cafe – Oct events. 126 Crosby Street, New York, NY 10012 Bookstore and Café have several WEEKLY events for the community; Please see calendar for a full listing of all of this month’s events. Special events and a fully stocked cafe make this a great place to meet friends, relax, and shop the best book, movie, and music selection in New York City. The Bookstore is staffed almost entirely by volunteers and 100% of our profits go to Housing Works. Visit at – Mon–Fri: 9 AM–9 PM | Sat–Sun: 10 AM–5 PM | Phone: 212-334-3324 Visit: www.housingworks.org
The Judd Foundation - Oct 18 Drawing session – 2nd Floor @5:00pm get tickets HERE. ONGOING: Guided Visits: $25 per person. $12.50 students and seniors (inclusive of booking fee), with valid ID. High School students can visit 101 Spring Street, New York, NY for free. Purchase Tickets in Advance HERE.
Judd Foundation offers free visits to 101 Spring Street for practicing artists in New York City. If you are an artist living and working in greater New York, email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your visit. Reservation are on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, please contact our ticketing agents at OvationTix: 866.811.4111 or visit online juddfoundation.org
The Municipal Art Society of New York – Oct 16 – The eighth annual MAS Summit for New York City returns on at The Morgan Library & Museum, Read More and get tickeets to this annual event. A complete list of upcoming tours can be found here: TOURS
Mulberry Street Library - Oct 6 , 2 pm – Movies at Mulberry Street Library Presents – Moonlight, Oct 7, 2 pm Yoga for Beginners with Chinatown YMCA, Oct 7-Film Screening – If Only I Were That Warrior – Presented by the Vito Marcantonio Forum. To see a full listing of Oct events visit HERE
The 1st Precinct of NYPD- 16 Ericsson Place – Community Council Meeting – Oct 26, 2017, 6:30 pm at 16 Ericsson Place, New York, NY, 10013-2411 (212) 334-0611. Follow Captain Mark Iocco, Commanding Officer and their events @NYPD1Pct VISIT the 1st Precinct Community Council website HERE
The 5th Precinct of NYPD 19 Elizabeth Street- Community Council Meeting – Oct 25, 2017, 7:00 pm at 19 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY, 10013-4803 (212) 334-0711. The precinct community council meetings are generally held at 7pm on the last Wednesday of each month at the Fifth Precinct. Follow Deputy Inspector Tommy Ng Commanding Officer and their events at @NYPD5Pct
The SoHo Memory Project is a mobile museum, archive, and blog celebrating and preserving the history of SoHo as a New York City neighborhood. Our mission is to document the evolution of the area that is now called “SoHo” from colonial days through the present, with a focus on the decades between 1960 -1980, when it was a vibrant artists community. Check our website for upcoming events. Read more on upcoming dates
The New York City Department of Sanitation-
Businesses play a crucial role in protecting our environment and achieving the Mayor’s goal of reducing waste by 90% by 2030. The NYC Department of Sanitation would like to better understand the challenges that businesses face in separating their waste for collection. Please complete the survey located at the link below. Your answers to these questions will help DSNY continue to design effective programs that promote sustainability and recycling.
Thank you, NYC Department of Sanitation