Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) is a public access television network and media education center offering hyperlocal programming and low-cost media production courses to Manhattan residents at our 59th Street Studios and El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center in East Harlem. Register for one of our free orientations to learn how you can take media education courses and become the certified producer of your own tv show on our network.
From the Faculty Lounge: Why Do We Do That? Decision-Making and Natural Selection A conversation between Joshua New and Homa Zarghamee
From the Faculty Lounge returns this fall with Joshua New, assistant professor of psychology, and Homa Zarghamee, assistant professor of economics, for a discussion to deepen our understanding of human behavior and decision-making.
Enjoy a special screening of Bronx Gothic, an electrifying portrait of Okwui Okpokwasili's acclaimed one-woman show, followed by an intimate conversation with writer and performer Okpokwasili and director Andrew Rossi.
Regístrese en una sesión de orientación, donde usted aprenderá cómo puede convertirse en un productor certificado con MNN y como tener su propio programa de televisión en nuestra red de canales.
Visite www.mnn.org/orientation para más información.
Presented by Arts Brookfield and curated by WNYC’s John Schaefer, New Sounds Live returns to the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place (230 Vesey St.) from Friday, October 6 to Friday, October 13, 2017 with an unforgettable exhibit of artistic and musical mastery.
PERFORMANCES (All start at 7:30pm):
Wednesday, October 11
Ben Neill and Carol Szymanski
Thursday, October 12
A Tribute to Pauline Oliveros
Darmstadt Ensemble led by Ben Neill and Zach Layton
Friday, October 13
Sorrow: A re-imagining of Górecki’s Third Symphony
Bloomingdale School of Music Presents
SOUNDS OF THE CITY
Featuring BSM Faculty Members
Pianist Sara Sherman and Trumpeter Rebecca Steinberg along with
Guest Artist Violinist Ann Marie Bermont
Friday, October 6, 2017, 7:00pm
Homes for All, Cages for None: Housing Justice in an Age of Abolition A panel featuring Craig Willse
Scholars and activists meet for a panel discussion about housing and homelessness in New York City and building social systems that offer safety and equal resources to all.
Beyond the Critique of Secularism: Understanding the History of Sectarianism in the Modern Middle East A lecture with Ussama Makdisi
Join author Ussama Makdisi as he challenges and puts into historical context the common narratives of diversity in the Middle East, from his newest book, Faith Misplaced: the Broken Promise of U.S.-Arab Relations, 1820-2001.
Fresh off the WHALES & BEASTS tour (http://whalesandbeasts.com/), comedians Gideon Hambright and Patrick Hastie will both be doing 30 minutes of stand up at Friends and Lovers in Brooklyn on Wednesday October 11th at 8pm! The show is hosted by the great Emily Winter and produced by Jackknife Comedy! It's free, so tell your friends and tell your lovers and come party with us!