Out & About

| 01 Aug 2016 | 11:19

    Thu 4

    Author Talk McNally Jackson Books, 52 Prince St.

    7 p.m.

    Author Nadja Spiegleman discusses her new memoir.


    Classical Voice Intensive Performance 82 Washington Square East

    4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Free

    Students from NYU’s program in vocal performance at the Black Box Theatre, directed by Diana Heldman.


    Fri 5

    Impossible Blossom 2 West 13 St.

    Noon–6 p.m. Free

    An art exhibit featuring paintings from The New School Art Collection, curated by Eric Stark, Silvia Rocciolo and Macushla Robinson.


    Kids Music That RocksHudson Park Library, 66 Leroy St.

    11:15 p.m. Free

    Geared towards ages 3 to 5.


    Sat 6

    Film ScreeningAnthology Film Archives, 32 Second Ave.

    5:45 p.m. Free

    A screening of “Battleship Potemkin.” Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 classic will be shown in its original black and white and original silent film format, with English intertitles.


    Saturday Story TimeSeaward Park Library, 192 East Broadway

    11 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Free

    For children up to age 8.


    Sun 7

    Holocaust Survivor Speaker Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place

    1 p.m. Free with museum admission

    Aviva Blumberg tells her story. This event is part of the Museum of Jewish Heritage’s “A Living Memorial to the Holocaust” Speaker Series.


    Hudson River StagePier 97, Hudson River Park

    2 p.m. Free

    A platform for new artists to play music outdoors.


    Mon 8

    ‘Air Pressure’ Art Installation Winter Garden at Brookfield Place, 230 Vessey St.

    8 a.m.–6 p.m. Free

    Exhibit features the work of Studio F Minus, a Toronto-based art collective.


    ‘The Fire This Time:’ A New Generation Speaks About RaceThe Strand Bookstore, 828 Broadway

    7 p.m. $15–$25,

    An open forum themed around Jesmyn Ward’s book. moderated by writer and activist Shaun King.


    Tue 9

    Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House Tour1 Bowling Green

    1 p.m.–midnight. Free,

    Tour the Custom House, which houses the National Museum of the American Indian. View the historical architecture while learning about the museum’s history.


    Sunset SalsaPier 45 in Greenwich Village

    6:30 p.m. Free

    Featuring Talia. Beginner salsa lessons start at 6:30 p.m.


    Wed 10

    One-on-One Computer Assistance Chatham Square Library, 33 East Broadway

    2 p.m. –3 p.m. Free

    Help is available in both English and Chinese.


    ‘The New Jim Crow:’ A Book GroupTrinity Church, Parish Center, 2 Rector St.

    6:30-8 p.m.

    David Peters, social worker, community organizer, and facilitator of New Rochelle Against Racism, leads a conversation series about Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.”