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You can expect a wide variety of activities planned each month. From visiting art galleries, going on walks, brunches, coffee & conversation and more.

Upcoming events (4+)

Coffee & Conversation: Dating Apps

Bean & Bean Chelsea

For our next coffee and conversation, the topic is dating apps and how effective they have been for your love life. Are certain ones better than others? What's the best place to take someone on a first date? Do you find dating to be fun or does it feel more like a job interview? If you get a chance, please watch the the season 4 episode of Black Mirror, called 'Hang The DJ'. This episode involves dating apps too. You can find the show on Netflix.

We'll meet inside Bean & Bean Chelsea. If you need to get in contact, my # is[masked]

Concert: Beyond the Wall (Pink Floyd Tribute)

The Cutting Room

Join us as we go see a Pink Floyd tribute, Beyond the Wall, perform at the Cutting Room in NYC. Goldstar has a limited number of discount tickets for just 25 dollars. They can be purchased here.

When visiting the Cutting Room, we normally grab a seat on the second floor of the venue. If you have trouble finding us, my # is [masked].

Concert: Guns N' Roses Tribute

Arlene's Grocery

If you're a fan of Guns N' Roses, join us as we see two tribute bands perform their music at Arlene's Grocery. Tickets are just 12 dollars and can be purchased here.

If you need to get in contact, my # is[masked]

Exhibit - Nick Cave: Forothermore

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Join us as we go view Nick Cave's exhibit 'Forothermore' at the Guggenheim Museum. We can also view a new exhibit, Gego: Measuring Infinity as well. Please get your tickets for the 1:30 pm time slot. Tickets can be purchased here.

Afterwards, we can visit Birch Coffee. If you need to get in contact, my # is[masked].

Details: Nick Cave: Forothermore will be a survey exhibition covering the entire breadth of the artist’s career, and it will feature sculpture, installation, video, and rarely seen early works. The title is a neologism, a new word that reflects the artist’s lifelong commitment to creating space for those who feel marginalized by dominant society and culture—especially working-class communities and queer people of color. The show will both highlight the development of Cave’s singular art practice and interrogate the promises, fulfilled or broken, that the late 20th and early 21st centuries offered to the “other.”

Past events (14)

Exhibit - Luminous: The Art of Neon

Culture Lab LIC