Lower East Side History Month: Week 2 Schedule

Posted on: May 8th, 2014 at 10:14 am by

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Herewith, a list of programming highlights for week 2 (May 8-11) of the first annual Lower East Side History Month.

Performances

  • La MaMa Moves presents Resonance: Miki Orihara Solo Concert, 5/8-5/11, 7:30PM
  • Danspace Project Presents Okwui Okpokwasili: Bronx Gothic, 5/8-5/10, 7:30PM
  • La MaMa Moves presents Ashley Chen & Dylan Crossman, 5/9-5/11, 5:30PM
  • THE NEWS – outdoor performance by Downtown Art, 5/10, 2PM & 4:15PM

Film

  • Dixon Place presents: Sacha Yanow’s SILENT FILM, 5/8, 7:30PM

Exhibits

  • RESx at ABC No Rio, 5/8, 4-7PM
  • Artist Alliance Presents The Real Estate Show, What’s Next 2014 at Cuchifritos Gallery, 5/8-5/11, 12-5PM
  • NO CITY IS AN ISLAND at The Lodge Gallery, 5/8-5/12, 2-10PM
  • Elizabeth Street Garden Clothesline, 5/8-5/11, 12-6PM

Tours

  • Eldridge Street Synagogue Tour, 5/8-5/11, 10AM
  • LES Preservation Initiative presents Shine a Light – Neon Tour of the LES, 5/8, 6:30PM
  • Enthusiastic Gourmet/Essex Street Market present Food Tour of the Essex Street Market, 5/10, 11AM
  • Friends of the Lower East Side present: Teeming Tenements Transformed — A Lower East Side Walking Tour, 5/10, 12PM
  • Museum of Chinese in America present Chinatown: A Walk through History, 5/10, 1PM
  • MoRUS presents A Walking Tour of Republic of 9th Street with Jerry the Peddler, 5/10, 1PM
  • Museum of Chinese in America presents Gallery Highlights Tour, 5/10, 2:30PM
  • MoRUS presents Alphabet City Squats and Gardens Tour, 5/10, 3PM
  • LES Jewish Conservancy, Heroines of the Lower East Side: A Special Mother’s Day Historic Walking Tour
  • Museum at Eldridge Street presents Yiddish Mamas – A Mother’s Day Walking Tour, 5/11, 11AM
  • Merchant’s House Museum present A Mother’s Day Tribute to Eliza Tredwell, 5/11, 12PM
  • Merchant’s House Museum presents Walking Tour of 19th Century NoHo: Glamour & Greed, Money & Murder, 5/11, 1PM
  • MoRUS presents Radical Alphabet City Tour, 5/11, 3PM

Talks

  • MoRUS presents Artists at the Vanguard of Gentrification, 5/9, 7PM

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