Exhibition curated by Alison Pierz featuring graffiti work and video installation. By appointment.
An exhibition of SocialDocumentary.net’s call for entries winners. 10 am–8 pm.
Exhibition by Maria Rapicavoli. 10 am–6 pm.
Archival photo exhibition showing construction and early operation of the 74th Street Powerhouse. 10 am–4 pm.
Puppet show telling traditional African folktales. 10:30 am.
New exhibition examining a lesser-known aspect of the life of the award-winning author of the landmark play "A Raisin in the Sun." 11 am–6 pm.
Exhibition that explores how artists expressed the Civil Rights era. 11 am–6 pm.
Group show featuring the work of Justin Amrhein, Beth Campbell, Jonathan Herder, Mark Lombardi, William Powhida, and Ward Shelley. 11 am–6 pm.
Children 5 years and younger explore a new style of art and develop skills. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.
Installation and performance by Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder. Noon–6pm.
Solo exhibition featuring NARS Foundation artist Brian Stinemetz. Noon–7 pm.
Exhibition of photographs by Charles Heppner. Noon–7 pm.
A solo exhibition featuring NARS Foundation artist Brian Stinemetz. Noon–7 pm.
Solo exhibition of recent work by photographer Dave Jordano on his hometown of Detroit. Noon–6 pm.
Featuring a group of new white, geometric paintings on thin aluminum panels. Noon–6 pm.
Two simultaneous exhibitions honoring Marian Griffiths, the director of the Sculpture Center from 1988 to 1999. Six artists who worked with Marian at the beginning of their careers have been asked to nominate six younger artists whose work and spirit they felt would have appealed to Marian. 1–6 pm.
New work from emerging Japanese artists from Tokyo and New York. 1–6 pm.
Group show featuring artwork borne of extreme passion and obsessive commitment to process. 1–5 pm.
Exhibition of Pancho Westendarp’s drawings, videos, and installations. 1–6 pm.
Children enjoy 40 minutes of song, stories and guitar music 2:30 pm.
"Rowan’s Sphere:" Solo exhibition of the recent paintings by Chilean-Venezuelan artist Pilita Garcia. 6 pm.
Gala of music from Broadway to Bach. 7 pm.
Music and film festival running through March 9. 7:00pm.
Dinner, drinks, and conversation between Rabbi Dan Ain and writer/activist Leah Vincent on her new memoir, "Cut Me Loose: Sin and Salvation After My Ultra-Orthodox Girlhood." 7 pm.
Open bar, Hors d’Oeuvres, photo booth to benefit Belle of the Ball Program and College Scholarship. 7–11 pm.
Performing the theatrical concert "Tchaikovsky: None But the Lonely Heart." 7:30 pm.
Five teenagers struggle with extreme wealth and poverty in a divided New York City. 7:30 pm.