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NOW - Dec 18, 2019

Bouley at Home: 8-Course Dinner with Wine Pairings

8-Course Dinner with Wine Pairings: 5 pm – 7:30 pm in Bouley at Home

$425 + Gratuity & Tax

Join us for an intimate food and wine experience at our Chef’s Counter in Bouley at Home. Wine Director, Olivier Flosse, will showcase premium wines paired with a special tasting menu curated by Chef David Bouley. A bi-monthly series to enjoy rare vineyards and vintages with an exclusive nutrient-dense multi-course menu. Limited to only 8 guests, you will gain unparalleled direct access to one of the top sommeliers, while learning what makes a spectacular wine, why certain ingredients enhance the taste and how intelligent wine pairings interact with food to define fine dining.

Sample some of the finest rare wines in the world while gaining a deeper understanding of the vintage as a whole and the individual terroirs.

For more information, please email connect@bouleyathome.com or visit BouleyEvents.com!

NOW - Feb 21, 2020

Exhibition Opening at Mishkin Gallery: The Brotherhood of New Blockheads

The Mishkin Gallery presents The Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996–2002), the first exhibition in the United States to feature the historic performance-based work of the New Blockheads, a collective of critical young artists active in Saint Petersburg, Russia, after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Between 1996 and 2002, the New Blockheads—Vadim Flyagin, Oleg Khvostov, Vladimir Kozin, Alexander Lyashko, Inga Nagel, Igor Panin, Maxim Rayskin, Sergey Spirikhin—made their mark with incredible energy and creative productivity. More than 100 actions and performances were made across galleries, in the streets, and in the privacy of individual homes.

The exhibition will also be a part of the Performa 19 Biennial Consortium, a New York-based network of arts and cultural institutions producing, supporting, and disseminating performance-based artistic productions and programs in partnership with Performa 19.

Gallery Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 am to 6 pm, and Thursday from 11 am to 7 pm

Nov 23, 2019

Poster House: Free Community Day

Join us on this special Saturday and explore all of our shows free of charge! In honor of our exhibition 20/20 InSight: Posters from the 2017 Women’s March, we will be featuring a complimentary drop-in button making station from 11am–1pm in our Children’s Exhibition Area. More fun activities for all ages will be announced soon! Cafe & Shop will be open!

Nov 25, 2019 - Nov 28, 2019

Bouley at Home: Annual Thanksgiving Feast & To-Go Catering

We invite you to join our annual Bouley Thanksgiving Feast! Celebrate Thanksgiving with our All-Day Holiday 6-Course Tasting Menu with Optional Wine Pairings! Chef David Bouley will reinterpret classic dishes as nouvelle cuisine with luxurious organic and biodynamic ingredients, featuring a traditional feast of turkey and trimmings of your choice, at each course. Celebrate with Thanksgiving wine pairings or choose a vintage from our wine cellar!


Let Bouley cook for you this Thanksgiving. From Roast Turkey, Wild Mushroom Stuffing, Cranberry Relish and Corn Bread, to Chlorophyll Blast Soup, Roast Duck, Lobster, Valencia Paella, Pumpkin and Apple Pie, Gluten-Free Cheesecake and Bread, Bakery and Viennoiserie, there are many choices to complete your feast. 

Pick-up is available from Tuesday through Thursday at Bouley at Home Bakery Café, 31 West 21st Street.

Dec 1, 2019

Rhett Miller Holiday Extravaganza with Special Guests | Hill Country Barbecue Market

Rhett Miller returns to Hill Country for his Holiday Extravaganza w/Special Guests December 1 at 8 pm.

Get your tix NOW, as there will be a limited number of Premium Seats which will likely sell out quickly. There will also be Standing Room Tickets. Both are General Admission - Seating will be first come first serve.

Purchase Tickets Here.

Dec 4, 2019 - Dec 15, 2019

Heartbeat Opera's Der Freischütz

How badly do you need to win? Would you sell your soul? In this contemporary American rendering of a twisted German fairy tale, a young man’s fear of failing his future bride drives him to a portal of darkness. Meanwhile, his small town parties on, oblivious to the evil unleashed in its midst. In this vertiginous landscape full of sound and fury, "the seventh bullet is the Devil's."
With its raunchy drinking songs, sublime arias, and one of the spookiest scenes in all of opera, Heartbeat’s immersive staging and radical instrumentation take you on a visceral journey deep into the midnight forest – a rare opportunity to experience this masterpiece of German Romanticism.

Dec 7, 2019
Santa Photos

Wonder Photo Shop

Bring your children or even your dog or cat to Fujifilm’s Wonder Photo Shop to get a free Instax instant photo taken with Santa!

Dec 9, 2019

General Assembly

Overview: This inspiring panel event series invites key players in New York City’s design community to offer a rare insider’s look at how they work and create. From branding to user experience to city planning, panelists will discuss how they approach projects from a design point of view, how design thinking methods help with problem-solving, and much more. Plus, they’ll cover opportunities within the field and their vision for the future of the industry.

What You’ll Take Away: Gain practical tips and insight from expert designers on how they’re solving problems through design, and get inspired to take your creativity to the next level.

Why It Matters: You’ve got the design thing down. But the truth is, being successful in the world of graphic design is about more than being an awesome designer. If you want to break through the clutter and build a business, you need to do a lot more than create a portfolio—you need to brand yourself as a designer.

Dec 14, 2019 - Dec 15, 2019

Intro to Book Design Workshop | The Center for Book Arts

Intro to Book Design Workshop
The principles of good design and typography include a rich history of styles and conventions that determine how we design and look at print. In this class, students will learn both how to work within that tradition and how to break out of it with good, successful results. Class projects will start with the basics of how to choose a font and a format and then move through the process of creating books that look professionally designed.

Dec 19, 2019

General Assembly HQ Trend Reports Presentation

Technology is an incredibly fast-paced industry, which makes it challenging to stay on top of all the latest trends. New technology is always changing the way we interact with the world and informing the way business evolves to keep up.

Join us as we wrap up 2019 with a deep dive into the emerging trends of the digital landscape across the design, data, tech and marketing industries. We've invited local experts to take you through:

*Fads to watch out for
*Long-term trends to keep an eye on
*The newest tools to tap into
*How to break into these industries in 2020

There'll also be networking time for you to meet other like-minded go-getters and hustlers ready to take on 2020!

Dec 20, 2019
Evening Jazz

Charu Suri

Charu Suri, an award-winning pianist, and her jazz band presents an evening devoted to Sufi and fresh sounds in jazz on Dec. 20th at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall. Suri's performance and compositions have been praised by six-time Grammy award winning pianist, Arturo O'Farrill for their singular beauty. She will be joined by her band and two singers who will perform "The Book of Ragas" and "The New American Songbook." Tickets are $50-$65.

Dec 22, 2019

General Assembly Campus

In this workshop, participants will be introduced the various paper collage techniques. A brief overview of John Baber work will be shared along with a shared insight into his studio practice.

Participants will gauge their approach to content and also experiment with various materials and surfaces. Individual and collaborative collages will be achieved by relying on imagination, spontaneity, and chance.


* Overview of the creative process of collage, its techniques and materials.
* Understanding of approaches within the abstract and narrative content in art.
* Collage as tool and a gateway into other art making processes.
* Insight into establishing a composition, creating edges and varying perspectives with your composition.
* Creative Confidence in establishing your own artwork.
* Ready to Frame Original Artwork

*Bring several magazines, newspapers, or printed matter
*Bring one magazine or newspaper to exchange in the workshop


John Baber
Artist & Curator,
Local Project & Departure Studios


John Baber has been exhibiting his work and curating shows in New York City since 2003. He is one the co-founders of the original JAVA studios in Brooklyn and has shown his work there along with ABC NO RIO, Local Project, and CENTRAL BOOKING.

Curatorial projects include "The Urban Situation" at the Educational Alliance, "The Jersey Show," through The Art Student's League of New York, "Shangri-la" at the Factory in Long Island City for the LIC Open Arts Festival, and most recently, "The Freak Show" and "LOVE/HATE" co-curated with Carolina Penafiel at Local Project. His studio is based in LIC at the newly formed Departure Studios.


My collages are a visual diary of my explanations to the mysterious and inexplicable; some reflect my reaction to our current condition, that being one of trepidation and outrage. They are a record of a history that some would like us to forget.

My current paintings act as indicators of these particular events, among other historical happenings and of another realm of fictional characters in an imagined universe, where as in the real world, we ask ourselves, "can they be trusted?