As the days get longer and winter gives its last hurrah, our mind turns towards sunshine-filled warmer days. With spring just around the corner, we can begin looking forward to spring days filled with celebrations and festivals.
In anticipation of the fun times ahead, to be enjoyed with family and friends, we have gathered some ideas on celebrations and events of interest near Carnegie Hill, NY.
March 25, 2021 – March 28, 2021
125 W 18th St, New York, NY
A plethora of new galleries joined Affordable Art Fair favorites, so the fair was brimming with more variety than ever. Our kid’s workshops were bursting with creative inspiration for children and adults alike, and arty advice aplenty could be found in our talks and tours program. This Affordable Art Fair New York will showcase 48 regional, national, and international galleries, including Affordable Art Fair mainstays, Manifold, Art Angler, Tolman Collection of Tokyo, and Rebecca Hossak Gallery, as well as highly anticipated newcomers such as HOV, Eye Buy Art, and Galerie Youn.
April 4, 2021 11am – 1pm
Grace Church Brooklyn Heights
254 Hicks St, Brooklyn, NY
New York City’s Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival is a popular tradition of parading in outrageous Easter bonnets (hats) on Fifth Avenue in front of St Patrick’s Cathedral on Easter Sunday. Some people go to Easter Mass and then enjoy the parade. It’s not really a parade in the traditional sense. People just walk around. But it is fabulous to see how creative your fellow New Yorkers can be. There are always some really good costumes and hats. And Midtown is eerily quiet. It’s good family fun.
April 17, 2021 10am – April 18, 2021 6pm
Brooklyn EXPO Center
72 Noble St, Brooklyn, NY
NYC Hot Sauce Expo will feature areas like Grimaldi’s Pizza Eating Contest, Spicy Taco Eating Contest, Screaming Mi Mi Awards Show along with Stoli Vodka Demo, Bloody Mary Mix Down NYC Championship, and many more.
April 18, 2021 11am – 4pm
The Jewish Museum
1109 5th Ave, New York, NY
The exhibition will feature approximately 40 artworks from throughout Bourgeois’ career, including the Personages of the late 1940s; the organic forms in plaster and latex of the 1960s; the pivotal installation The Destruction of the Father (1974); Passage Dangereux (1997), the largest of the artist’s Cell installations; and fabric sculptures from the last 15 years of her life. These works will be contextualized with a focused selection of Bourgeois’s original writings—many of them presented to the public for the first time—to illuminate her art in light of her complex and ambivalent relationship with Freudian psychoanalysis.
April 25, 2021 12pm – April 26, 2021 11pm
New York, NY
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