Museum visitors can experience the thrill of adventure, gain an appreciation for the wonders of nature, and prepare for the unexpected in Survival: The Exhibition, an exciting temporary exhibition that challenges visitors to become the ultimate survival expert. Survival: The Exhibition features a zipline, ropes course and museum displays that simulate extreme scenarios in an interactive and safe place for visitors of all ages to learn and test essential survival skills. Topics explored include first aid, water safety, navigation, fire and preparedness. $7 per person, plus NYSCI admission. (Members: free)
Traveling through the fractured American landscape, looming vibrations push the ground up and the cosmos down as our community-turned-cabal explores terror, tectonic shifts, psychedelic self-harm and toxic monuments. Through the lens of a thriller, our cell flows through domestic borders, mingles with the extraterrestrial and unpacks landlocked limitations through discursive research, experiments in moving image, experiential installation, and absurd rigorous ensemble development.
Please note: March 19-28, 2020, Only on Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm.
Performers: Leslie Cuyjet, Miriam Gabriel, Angie Pittman, Jessie Young.
Good Day God Damn began its development as part of a Creative Residency at The Chocolate Factory Theater in September 2018, curated by Blaze Ferrer.
In partnership with Sinai Chapels and Schwartz Ettenger, PLLC, the Commonpoint Queens Sam Field Center is hosting a Life Planning Seminar for our Older Adult community on Tuesday, March 24th from 10:30am to 12:00pm.
This seminar is aimed to answer your questions about protecting your assets and planning for your future, and will feature the following panelists:
– Anthony Caratazzolo – Certified Preneed Counselor, Sinai Chapels
– Andrea Resnick – Licensed Funeral Director, Sinai Chapels
– Keren G. Birnbaum, Esq. – Senior Associate, Schwartz Ettenger, PLLC
Light refreshments and coffee will be served.
Please RSVP by Monday, March 16th by calling 718-445-0300 or by emailing AResnick@JewishFunerals.com
The Quintet of the Americas, an internationally renowned woodwind quintet will celebrate 40 years in NYC. The program features James Cohn’s Klezmer Fantasy and music by Lembit Beecher and Harold Gutiérrez from the group’s Memory Project, music inspired by stories of Queens (NY) seniors. The program will also include Manahatta Windows by Robert Deemer, commissioned for the 400th Anniversary of Henry Hudson sailing up the Hudson River, Echoes from a Distant Land by José Raul Bernardo and dances from Colombia and Cuba.
The art of cheesemaking dates back thousands of years! This introductory, hands-on class will guide you through this rich history and teach you the science behind your curds and whey. Students will practice making two types of soft cheese and leave with samples, recipes, and clear instructions to confidently make cheese in their own kitchens. Note: Adult Education at Queens Farm is open to ages 18 & older.
Instructor Carol Johnson is a NYC based cook and an American Cheese Society Certified Cheese Professional (ACS CCP). A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY she has pursued food through the lens of nutrition, catering, education, professional kitchens, importing, and sales. Carol owns and operates Monger’s Palate in Greenpoint, where she shares her love of cheese with the NYC community.
In her first solo exhibition on Turtle Island, Nine Yamamoto-Masson presents new works that reflect on the private dimensions of war and US imperialism in Asia that, sidelined by hegemonic regimes of knowledge and cold bureaucratization of violence, often elude representation and public discourse – especially within the US public imaginary of Asia and of US military actions.
In this exhibition, Yamamoto-Masson chooses a reduced formal language and visual codes to unlock engagement with the history, reality, and the private and political afterlife of the Manhattan Project and the ongoing global nuclear colonialism it is but one aspect of – including its legions of ghosts around the world. In drawings, collages, installations, and sculptures, the artist negotiates the politics of what can be publicly revealed of the active legacy of gendered and racialized state-sanctioned violence – including rape as a technology of power – and what remains incommunicable and unwelcome.
Please join us for our first evening of interdisciplinary Art & Performance at The Living Artist, in Woodside, Queens!
Featuring an evening length premiere by Kristi Cole & Guests, and Curation by Shannon Finnell.
Featuring Visual Artists:
Kevin Quiles Bonilla
María del Mar Hernández Gil de Lamadrid
Featuring Additional Performances by:
A vibrant and entertaining production full of color, rhythm, and high-energy performance pieces, as well as plenty of audience participation. Audience members of all ages learn about the history of Southern Spain, and will be taught how to play castanets and rhythmic hand-clapping. They are also led through Flamenco’s prototypical zapateo (footwork) and are invited to join the artists on stage to do a short dance number at the end.
$14/$10 Members/$8 Children/$6 Member Children/FREE for Teens