What’s Happening, NYC: November

What’s Happening, NYC: November


The Original Art 2017 Exhibit

November 1 to December 30
Society of Illustrators
128 East 63rd St.

Free for Hunter students

Celebrate a year of diverse children’s books with this exhibit, which features 2017’s best children’s book illustrations.

Nina Chanel Abney

November 9 to December 20
Jack Shainman Gallery
513 W 20th St.


Abney’s first solo show will feature new unique works that showcase her chaotic, yet controlled style. Her art presents a hectic commentary on racism and the crazy pace of life in the 21st century in the form of colorful, puzzle-like works.


Items: Is Fashion Modern?

Through January 28, 2018
Museum o fModern Art
Free for Hunter students

This exhibit features 111 items of clothing and accessories from the 20th and 21st centuries that have somehow shaped the world as we know it today. The objects themselves explore how fashion is linked to everything from culture to economics to technology.



At the Crossroads of Art and Science

November 13, 7-9PM
Kaye Playhouse
Free Registration (https://www.aspeninstitute.org/events/crossroads-art-science/)

The Aspen Institute is hosting a performance and discussion night to honor Walter Isaacson and his new book, Leonardo DaVinci, and to salute both art and science. Notable guests include Lil Buck, Brian Greene, Tiler Peck, Chase Finlay, Kate Davis, Jacqueline Bolier, Kurt Crowley, and Eric Jacobsen.

Outside (In)dia: Román Díaz

November 10, 7:30 pm
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
61 W 62 St.


Román Díaz, olù batá (master drummer), is coming to Lincoln Center with vocalist Melvis Santa and a full rhythm section of drummers to perform the sacred drumming of Cuba. Outside (In)dia is a four-part concert series produced by The India Center Foundation and curated by Brooklyn Raga Massive that pushes the boundaries and conceptions of Indian classical music.