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Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed the holidays and that you and your loved ones continue to stay safe and healthy by practicing physical distancing and wearing masks.

 To help you stay entertained and engaged, here are some virtual and in-person events and experiences to explore in January.
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For Love and Only for Love: Letters to New York
As you explore the New York Botanical Garden, experience an immersive world-premiere choral installation by Pete Wyer.
Frank Stella’s Stars, A Survey
Head to the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum or enjoy a virtual tour of this exhibition, which features a collection of Stella’s star sculptures.
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Stamford Symphony’s New Year Brass
Celebrate the New Year with a special uplifting virtual concert by the Stamford Symphony’s Brass Quintet.
Fitness at Fort Tryon Park
Take in the spectacular views at Fort Tryon Park while you exercise, or enjoy at-home workouts with the park’s virtual offerings.
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When Did Video Become Art?
Learn about the evolution of video in art history during this “Art History From Home” event by the Whitney Museum.
Enjoy Storm King Art Center
Experience Storm King’s winter landscape during one of its Winter Weekends, or explore virtually.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Feminist Legacy
During this discussion, expert panelists will delve into Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s most notable legal arguments and decisions, and discuss how they contributed to gender equality.
The Bronx Zoo’s Digital Resources
From Instagram Live shows about interesting creatures and nature-based play to engaging science activities that can be done at home, these resources are enjoyable for children and adults.
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Fun / No Fun: Children’s Book Art by James Stevenson
See an exhibition of Stevenson’s children’s book illustrations at the Bruce Museum.
Exploring Billie’s Influence
Three lauded jazz singers—Cassandra Wilson, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and Dianne Reeves, along with jazz bassist Christian McBride—will discuss the enduring influence of Billie Holiday.
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Journey Through India
Take a musical journey through India with Falu, a Grammy-nominated artist known for her classical vocal talent and modern style.
Abstract Art in America
Learn about a range of American artists across time who have used an abstract approach to explore human experiences and perception.
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Year in Review with Neil deGrasse Tyson
What’s new in space? Find out from the astrophysicist as he discusses recent sky phenomena, space launches, and more.
China in the Biden Era: What Can We Expect?
Evan Osnos of The New Yorker will be joined by foreign correspondent Kevin Peraino to discuss China and the new presidency.
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The Schomburg Center’s Black Comic Book Festival
Celebrate Black creativity and imagination at The Schomburg Center’s four-day comic book festival.
Crossing the Border
This Pequot Library exhibition explores the impact that policies, policing, and false narratives have on immigrant populations.
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Winter Farmers’ Market
Pick up artisanal cheeses, meats, baked goods, produce, nuts and grains, and more while you support local farmers and artisans.
35th Annual Brooklyn Tribute to MLK
Join NYC’s largest public celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy through performance and discussion.
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Make Your Own Mini Greenhouse
Attend this virtual Darien Library event, during which you will learn how to start seedlings in your own mini-greenhouse bottles.
19th Century New York in 3D
Travel back to New York City in the 1800s through a collection of stereoview photographs depicting life in the burgeoning metropolis.
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Van Vleck Winter Garden Tour
Explore the grounds of the Van Vleck House in Montclair, NJ from the comfort of your home.
Exploring La Bohème
During this Lincoln Center presentation, watch performances and enjoy interactive discussion about the famed opera.
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January Thaw Music Festival
The Centenary Stage Company’s concert series goes virtual with musical acts including performances by The Blue Dahlia and Chuchito Valdés on three consecutive weekends.
About Time: Fashion and Duration
A century and a half of fashion is on view at The Met, revealing the linear and cyclical nature of clothing. See how past and present coexist through the Costume Institute’s exhibition.
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Chocolate with Nick Malgieri
James Beard Award recipient Nick Malgieri will dive into the basics of chocolate and share a selection of recipes including his beloved Supernatural Brownies.
Photography Workshop with Benjamin Swett
Beautiful and thought-provoking photography can begin right in your own home and immediate surroundings. Learn how through this virtual photography workshop.
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Our Fair City: Building a More Equitable New York
How can we reimagine our public spaces to encourage more communal experiences?
Latinx Photography in the United States
Curator Elizabeth Ferrer and scholar Roberto Tejada will discuss the breadth and depth of Latinx photography.
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Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America
This intergenerational, medium-crossing exhibition features works by 37 artists who have tackled the mourning and loss caused by racist violence against Black Americans.
Latinx Abstract
A new BRIC exhibition, “Latinx Abstract” focuses on 10 contemporary Latinx artists—including Candida Alvarez and Glendalys Medina—whose approaches vary but share a dedication to abstract languages.
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Art of Native America
In this landmark Met exhibition, an incredible collection of masterworks from a range of historical periods showcase over 50 native cultures across North America.
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