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NOW - May 9, 2019
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Art Exhibition: Pedagogy of the Streets: Porto 1977
Culture

The Mishkin Gallery presents Pedagogy of the Streets: Porto 1977, a historic exhibition that revisits the creative and civic-minded projects conceived and implemented by artist Elvira Leite in Porto, Portugal in 1977. The exhibition has been curated by Lúcia Almeida Matos and Susana Lourenço Marques (Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto).

Pedagogy of the Streets: Porto 1977 showcases photographs taken by Leite that document various phases of her 1977 collaboration with the children of Porto’s Pena Ventosa community. The images reveal children’s attitudes towards public space and the development of experimental teaching methodologies that resonated throughout Leite’s life. Before “social practice” became a popular term in art circles, Leite was developing a form of artistic engagement that enmeshed social discourse, civic engagement, and aesthetic play all together.

The Mishkin Gallery
135 East 22nd Street

The free exhibition will be on view from March 13 through May 9, 2019, Mondays - Fridays 11 am - 6 pm, Thursdays 11 am - 7 pm.

An opening reception is on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 5 pm - 7 pm.

NOW - Aug 2, 2019
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Art Exhibition - Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century
Community
penandbrush.org/exhibitions/womens-work-art-activism-in-the-21st-century

Women’s Work presents five global contemporary artists-activists who continue to expand the definition of women’s work and expose its complexity, nuance, and ever-evolving nature. Through dynamic art practices, they generously lend their intelligence, thoughtfulness, artistry and agency to reimagine women’s work as arts activism in the 21st century.

In continuation of a dynamic year of programming for Pen + Brush’s 125th Anniversary, the non-profit is pleased to present Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century. This exhibition highlights work by a prolifically international group of five women artists representing Iraq, Cuba, Guyana, Madagascar, and the U.S., curated by NYU’s Assistant Professor of Art & Public Policy and OF NOTE magazine founder, Grace Aneiza Ali.

Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century April 10 - August 02, 2019
Pen and Brush
29 East 22nd Street, New York, NY

NOW - Apr 28, 2019
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Earth Week at Eataly NYC Flatiron
Community

Celebrate Earth Day for an entire week at Eataly NYC Flatiron! Join us as we celebrate our sustainable and local producers with daily complimentary tastings in our marketplace. Meet the artisans and learn more about why their high-quality products are good (taste delicious), clean (don’t hurt the environment), and fair (treat employees well).

EARTH WEEK TASTINGS All tasting events are complimentary and open to the public. No need to register in advance, simply stop by to tasting!

SUNDAY, APRIL 21
Big Spoon | 3-6pm

MONDAY, APRIL 22
Arethusa Farms | 12-6pm
Maya’s Jams | 3-6pm

TUESDAY, APRIL 23
Forager Project | 12-3 p.m.
Big Spoon |12-3 p.m.
Brooklyn Grange Farms | 2-5 p.m.
Thanksgiving Farm | 3-6 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
Firefly Farms | 3-6 p.m.

THURSDAY, APRIL 25 New England Charcuterie | 12-3 p.m.
Cafè Grumpy | 3-6 p.m.
Crown Finish Caves | 3-6 p.m.

FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Marcelli Formaggi | 12-3 p.m.
Consider Bardwell | 3-6 p.m.
Salvatore BKLYN' | 4-7 p.m.

SATURDAY, APRIL 27
Bear’s Fruit| 12-3 p.m.
White Moustache | 3-6 p.m.
Bjorn Qorn | 3-6 p.m.

SUNDAY, APRIL 28
N'Duja Artisan Tempesta | 12-3 p.m.
Upstate Granola | 12-4 p.m.

Apr 22, 2019
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Co-Creating a New Earth with Amazonian leader Benki Piyãko
Community
events.theassemblage.com/aniwapresents

The Assemblage NoMad welcomes Benki Piyãko, world-renowned spiritual and political leader of the Asháninka tribe and the indigenous spokesman for Aniwa, to lead a conversation about our connection with Earth and why it's important for us to live sustainably and in spiritual and physical alignment with the planet.

In his culture, Benki Piyãko is considered an Antaviari, a direct messenger of Pawa (God). Benki has been healing people since he was 10 years old, at the age of 12, he championed the rights of his community. From 2005 to 2007 he was the environmental administrator in the region of Acre, Brazil. Since July 2007, he has been head of the Yorenka Ãtame training center in Marechal Thaumaturgo, offering agroforestry courses to indigenous cultures in Acre, through this course Benki also helped many of those cultures to recover their spirituality and lost traditions. Benki has been referred to as the Dalai Lama of the Amazon, he rehabilitates drug-addicted and alcohol youth by teaching them to work with the land. Benki has planted over 2 million trees in the past 28 years, reforesting large areas of the Amazon, he also has bred and repopulated a few endangered species in his region and created the world's first eco market which exchanges plastic for food, in Marechal Thaumaturgo. His work has gained him international renown as well as many awards, including UN's Equator Prize.

Tickets: $40 / Free for members

WHERE: Assemblage NoMad, 114 East 25th Street, Ground Floor

WHEN: Monday, April 22md 7 pm - 8 pm

Apr 24, 2019
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Flatiron Speaker Series: Digital Marketing - How to Tell Your Story
Community
http://bit.ly/SpringSpeakerSeries2019

Join the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership for our Spring Intersection Speaker Series event, Digital Marketing: How to Tell Your Story, a free event highlighting ways that businesses can leverage social media and digital marketing to share their stories and build a community of loyal clients.

Scott Kerr, Founder & President of Silvertone, a consultancy specializing in brand strategy, will give a presentation on branding and digital marketing. He will then be joined in conversation by Dara Mersky, Director of Marketing at WTHN, a Flatiron-based acupuncture studio and herb start-up that has been widely featured across media outlets since its launch in fall 2018 including Vogue, Fast Company, Women's Wear Daily, New York Times, AM New York, Forbes, and W Magazine.

This event will include a light breakfast.

WHERE: ilili restaurant, 236 Fifth Avenue (between 27th and 28th Street)

WHEN: Wednesday, April 24th at 8 am

Apr 28, 2019
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Hearts Of Gold NYC Run/Walk For Kids 2019
Community
501auctions.com/runwalkforkids2019/?mobile=0

We hope you will join us for the 2019 Hearts of Gold Run/Walk for KIDS! True meaning of a FUNdraiser...raising funds while having FUN! When: Sunday, April 28th at 8:00 am Where: Pier 62 of the Hudson River Park on the West Side Highway @ 22nd St Please join us for the Hearts of Gold Run/Walk for Kids 2019 with HoG kids and their moms in New York City. After the walk there will be many other games and events for families: tug of war, hop scotch, card games, exercise, food. It is sure to be a fun day on the pier. Not only is this event a wonderful day spent outside with the Hearts of Gold families, but the money raised will support our Back to School Backpack Giveaway in August. To-date, this incredible giveaway has helped over 1000 children, grades K-12, fill new backpacks with all the supplies they need for a successful school year. With your continued support, this year we will fill even more backpacks with supplies, and little hearts with joy! Hearts of Gold’s mission and purpose is reimagining the future of homeless mothers and their children, together by helping them to become confident and self-sufficient as they prepare to transition out of New York City shelter system to permanent homes. Hearts of Gold https://www.heartsofgold.org Event Link (copy/paste) https://501auctions.com/runwalkforkids2019/?mobile=0