Virtual Culture This Weekend

We’ve got some weekend livestreams to keep you informed and entertained—across talks, lectures, and performances (with a real life event thrown in as well).

Friday, September 25

Glory in the treasures of Corinth as The National Arts Club shines a light on Greek Corinth, its destruction by Romans in 146 B.C.E., and the Roman colony founded by Julius Caesar a century later.

Join Robin Rose, writer, teacher, herbalist, and green witch, as she pays a virtual visit to the New York Open Center to share the power and healing properties of trees

Saturday, September 26

Head out to Green-Wood Cemetery for an in person quartet performance by The Harlem Chamber Players, performing music by George Walker and Florence Price atop the Hill of Graves  (Walker’s piece includes his profound Lyric – originally titled Lament – which was written in memory of his grandmother, who had been a slave.)

Lapowinsa, Chief of the Lenape. Gustavus Hesselius, 1735.

Survey the culture, history, and legacy of the Lenape, original settlers here, with archaeologist Dr. Eugene Boesch.

Sunday, September 27

Image Credit: Green Tara Protectress from Eight Fears ; Tibet; 19th century; Pigments on Cloth; Rubin Museum of Art; Gift of Shelley and Donald Rubin.

Be guided by Tibet House US and a celebration of the goddess on an evening that weaves together “mystical stories, visualizations, meditations, mantra repetition, and singing chants.”

Join the New York Society for Ethical Culture‘s virtual Sunday platform as it looks at Advancing Environmental and Climate Justice: A Community Perspective. Peggy Shepard, co-founder and executive director of WE ACT for Environmental Justice, will lead the way.


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