Exciting Events in NYC This Week

Discover a diverse range of exciting events happening in NYC this week. From meditation sessions to live performances and thought-provoking discussions, there's something for everyone. Don't miss out on these opportunities to relax, learn, and have fun.

Meditate and Find Inner Peace at NYU's Center for Global Spiritual Life

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Take a break from the stress of the semester and join NYU's Center for Global Spiritual Life for a 75-minute meditation session led by instructor Hunt Parr. This is the perfect opportunity to clear your mind and find some inner peace amidst the looming finals. Make sure to register in advance to secure your spot.

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Experience the Power of Music and Composition at NYU Percussion Ensemble's World Premieres

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If you're a fan of music and composition, you won't want to miss the "evening of world premieres" by the NYU Percussion Ensemble and student composers. Under the direction of Jonathan Haas and Robert Honstein, this collaborative effort promises an unforgettable experience. Best of all, it's free and open to the NYU community.

Explore the Search for Extraterrestrial Life with Astronomer Jackie Faherty

Join astronomer Jackie Faherty as she takes you on a journey exploring the stars and planets that observatories focus on. Discover the latest findings and technological advancements aiding the search for life beyond Earth. Tickets for this captivating talk are available for purchase.

Celebrate Earth Day with 'The Climate Opera Project'

On Earth Day, don't miss 'The Climate Opera Project,' a collection of four 15-minute operas developed by NYU Tisch Opera Lab students. Produced by the American Opera Projects, this thought-provoking performance highlights the impact of human-influenced natural disasters. NYU community members can attend for free by presenting their ID card at the box office.

Panel Discussion: Environmental Racism and NYU's Food Systems

Delve into the topic of environmental racism at a panel discussion featuring university professors. Gain insights into NYU's food systems and their relationship with minority communities impacted by climate change. This event is free, but be sure to register in advance.

Immerse Yourself in the Art of Storytelling at 'The Moth Mainstage'

If you appreciate the art of storytelling, head to the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts for 'The Moth Mainstage.' This live storytelling event presents true stories crafted around a theme, giving voice to diverse narratives. Prepare to be captivated by some of the best storytelling New York City has to offer. Secure your tickets soon as they are in high demand.

Learn the Art of Pickling at NYU's Brooklyn Campus

Discover the art of pickling vegetables and fruits at NYU's Brooklyn campus. Hosted by NYU Eats and the Office of Sustainability, this event promotes transforming perishable produce into delicious pickles, combating food waste. The event is free and open to the NYU community.

Panel Discussion: False Solutions and the Climate Crisis

Join a panel of experts for a discussion on 'False Solutions: Carbon Capture, Plastics Recycling, and Green Colonialism.' Hosted by the Climate Museum, this event sheds light on the limitations of these popularized climate solutions and their impact on the climate crisis. The panel features distinguished speakers and offers light refreshments. Don't forget to register in advance.

Attend a Student-Run Festival Promoting Plant-Based Diets and Sustainability

If you're interested in plant-based foods and sustainability, make sure to attend the student-run festival. Organized by the Greener by Default Coalition and the NYU Animal Welfare Collective, this event aims to raise awareness about the benefits of plant-based diets. RSVP in advance to secure your spot at this free festival.

Explore the Effects of Waste on Urban Landscapes at a Film Festival

Discover the impact of waste on urban landscapes at a film festival co-sponsored by NYU's Office of Sustainability and openEARTHstudio. The event showcases films focused on Discard Studies, including a screening of professor Rosalind Fredericks' documentary, 'The Waste Commons,' which highlights the impact of city waste on Senegal. Make sure to RSVP in advance for this free event.

Get Creative and Address Climate Change with Earth Celebrations

Immerse yourself in arts and crafts addressing climate change at an event hosted by Earth Celebrations. Design giant, climate-themed puppets and discuss ways to solve climate-related issues. This free event is open to the public, but RSVP in advance.

Indulge in a Feast of Art Books at Printed Matter's Art Book Fair

For book lovers, don't miss the art book fair hosted by Printed Matter. With hundreds of exhibitors, this fair offers a diverse range of publications and engaging discussions. Enjoy live music, workshops, and presentations throughout the day. Tickets for this event start at $5.

Experience the Iconic Musical 'Rent' with a Collegiate Twist at NYU Tisch Performances

Experience the iconic Broadway musical 'Rent' with a collegiate twist at NYU Tisch performances. This powerful musical sheds light on the injustices faced by the LGBTQ+ community during the AIDS epidemic. Grab your tickets soon, starting at $7 for students.

Conclude the Week with the Captivating Play 'The Motive and the Cue'

Conclude the week with a captivating play, 'The Motive and the Cue,' by playwright Jack Thorne. This play explores the dynamic between Richard Burton and director John Gielgud during the setup of a production of 'Hamlet.' Secure your tickets in advance for this not-to-be-missed performance.

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