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Tuesday, February 18

Building an impactful movement towards better tech

How can we ensure that the growing conversation around making tech more "ethical" is truly having an impact? All Tech Is Human is hosting an informal gathering of the people and organizations diligently working to improve the status quo. Hear and meet some of the advocates, org leaders, artists, designers, students, startups, and big tech people in the growing tech change movement.
Tuesday 2/18, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
host: All Tech Is Human
where:ThoughtWorks, Inc.
99 Madison Avenue
#15th floor
New York, NY 10016 (map)
price:free
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Beethoven the Bard and the Boards

Beethoven loved theater.  His personal journal is littered with quotations from his favorite plays, and he often wrote music inspired by his favorite characters and scenes.  In the Library's cafe, HB Studio actors perform scenes table-side from Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, plus Goethe’s Egmont, and Klinger’s Sturm und Drang, interspersed with recordings of related Beethoven piano sonatas, string quartets, and overtures.
Tuesday 2/18, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
host: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center
where:New York Public Library for the Performing Arts - Cafe at LPA
111 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10023 (map)
price:donation
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The Lost & Forgotten Gilded Age Mansions of Fifth Avenue

Beginning with the first residence erected on the still unpaved street in 1834, Fifth Avenue became the home of Manhattan’s wealthiest citizens — but as the decades progressed, the seemingly endless row of lavish brownstone, marble, and limestone mansions began to be replaced one-by-one by office buildings.

Join historian Tom Miller for a digital walk up 19th-century Fifth Avenue, to discover the remarkable homes that once lined the avenue from Washington Square to 53rd Street.
Tuesday 2/18, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
host: New York Adventure Club
where:Church of Sweden
5 East 48th Street
New York, NY 10017 (map)
price:$15-$20
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Wednesday, February 19

Susan Fowler and Gretchen Carlson in Conversation

Susan Fowler, the technology op-ed editor at The New York Times, shares her story of facing down one of the most valuable startups in Silicon Valley history. She will be joined in conversation by journalist, author, and empowerment advocate Gretchen Carlson. The event is co-sponsored by The Strand and The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Following the discussion, Susan will sign copies of her new memoir Whistleblower: My Journey to Silicon Valley and Fight for Justice at Uber.
Wednesday 2/19, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
host: The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
where:Frederick P. Rose Auditorium
41 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003 (map)
price:free
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Friday, February 21

The Fight for Fair Elections: Expanding the Vote in 2020

Since 2010, 25 states have adopted strict photo ID requirements, curbs on early voting, and voter registration restrictions that have all served to gut the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a major win of the Civil Rights movement. All this while over 25% of eligible voters are unregistered, and only 50% of registered voters are expected to vote.

What lessons can be gleaned from a long history of heroic efforts to ensure equal voting opportunities and rights for all?
Friday 2/21, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
host: CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies
where:CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies
25 West 43rd Street, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10036 (map)
price:free
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Sunday, February 23

NYC Vintage Pop-up

The best and brightest in unique and affordable vintage can be found under one roof at this year’s Grand Bazaar NYC Vintage Pop-up.

Browse the racks of everything old-that’s-new again across all of the eras, including Jewelry, handbags, denim, vintage oddities, etc. Not into the clothing thing? Vintage-style lamps, mid-century furniture, vinyl, collectible cameras, and more.


100% of our profits are donated to four local public school, benefiting over 2,000 children.
Sunday 2/23, 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
host: Grand Bazaar NYC
where:Grand Bazaar NYC
100 West 77th Street
New York, NY 10024 (map)
price:Free
rsvp:online
rsvp/contact:call 212.239.3025
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Tuesday, February 25

Market Intelligence Summit

Join hundreds of digital decision makers at the famed Spring Studios for a day of inspiring speakers & programming designed to show you exactly what's happening in the digital world.

You'll leave with the skills needed to benchmark yourself against your competitors, understand the state of your digital world, & be armed with the most effective digital strategies to drive better business outcomes.

Secure your spot ASAP before tickets sell out!
Tuesday 2/25, 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
host: SimilarWeb
where:Spring Studios, 50 Varick St, New York, NY 10013
price:$100 (use discount code EventMe2020 for 25% off)
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contact:email
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Thursday, February 27

Country Over Party

Marking the 160th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s historic “Right Makes Might” speech in Cooper Union’s Great Hall, America’s leading conservative voices gather to discuss what it means to be a patriot in our current times. All eight of the founding members of the Lincoln Project will appear for the first time in public, sharing their perspectives on Lincoln’s legacy, the Constitution, rule of law, and the movement to put the country before political party.
Thursday 2/27, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
host: The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
where:The Great Hall at The Cooper Union
7 East 7th Street
New York, NY 10003 (map)
price:free
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Friday, February 28

Who's Coding Our Future? Algorithms, Culture, Ethics

Clive Thompson, author of Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World , and Judith Michelle Williams, Senior Vice President, Global Head of People Sustainability & Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at SAP, explore the culture and influence of the programmers that increasingly impact so much of our daily lives.

Later, audience members can share their experiences interacting with algorithms, hidden influence, fairness, and who gets to create the culture of this coming age of AI.
Friday 2/28, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
host: The National Arts Club
where:The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South
New York, NY 10003 (map)
price:$0-$10
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Saturday, February 29

The Little Wine Bus, the FUN Bus! Winter Wine Tour Party

Hop aboard our super FUN Bus to beautiful Hudson Valley Wine Country! Via luxury transportation/new buses. We Include: 3 pretty fun winery stops. 5-6 wine tastings at each stop, full generous hot & cold buffet lunch, cheese, crackers, fruit platters, fine chocolates with wines, Hudson Valley local desserts, signature wine glass to take home, snacks and waters for bus, own host, raffle prizes for group, wine education. The wineries have gorgeous views, games, bars, fireplaces, music & more! Join us!
Saturday 2/29, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
host: The Little Wine Bus, Hudson Valley Wine Tours
where:1585 Broadway, 47th Street Times Square
dress code:warm, cool, casual, fun!
crowd:Fun loving vino lovers over 21 years old
price:$150 per person
rsvp/contact:email or call 917-414-7947
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Thursday, March 5

SCOPE New York 2020

Known for presenting groundbreaking contemporary work, SCOPE New York will welcome 60 international exhibitors at its centrally-located venue. 

The first fair to run concurrent with The Armory Show, SCOPE New York’s spirit of innovation has consistently forged the way for emerging artists and galleries. Attuned to nuances in the market and itself an influential force in the cultural sphere, SCOPE continues to usher in a new vision of the contemporary art fair.
Fri | Mar 6 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
Sat | Mar 7 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
Sun | Mar 8 | 11:00AM - 7:00PM
host: SCOPE Art Show
where:Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011 (map)
price:$15-$25 and up
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The Future of NYC’s Transit and Infrastructure

Join Tri-State Transportation Campaign's Cocktail Hour, Featuring Representatives Jerry Nadler and Adriano Espaillat. Moderated by Shumita Basu of WNYC and We The Commuters fame. Ticket includes 2 hour open bar and appetizers.

Looking ahead to a new decade of growth, transportation, and climate challenges, “The Greenest Generation” will be a conversation about the future of transit, transportation, and infrastructure in the New York City region.
Thursday 3/5, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
host: Tri-State Transportation Campaign
where:Pera Soho
54 Thompson Street
New York, NY 10012 (map)
price:$25-$40
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Monday, March 16

The Music of Ola Gjeilo

DCINY welcomes back composer-in-residence Ola Gjeilo to Lincoln Center for a refreshingly evening of contemporary music. Guest Conductors Brian Schmidt and Cameron LaBarr lead the Distinguished Concerts Singers International with Ola Gjeilo on piano. This performance will be webcast on the DCINY Facebook page.
Monday 3/16, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
host: DCINY
where:Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100
rsvp:online or call 212-721-6500
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org
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Monday, March 23

Calling All Dawns

DCINY presents Grammy Award-winning conductor and composer Christopher Tin and the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Singers in the celebrated 12-part multi-language song cycle Calling All Dawns. Warren Cook leads Dan Forrest's Jubilate Deo, which draws from a wide spectrum of musical influences. The mission of Joliet Township High School (Illinois) is to empower every student to contribute positively to our community by providing a rigorous and personalized education. The Band is led by Don Stinson.
Monday 3/23, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
host: DCINY
where:David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100
rsvp:online or call 212-721-6500
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org
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Sunday, March 29

Total Vocal

DCINY presents a celebration of contemporary a cappella music. The sixth annual event at Carnegie Hall features arranger, producer, and conductor Deke Sharon leading arrangements from Pitch Perfect, Disney classics, the American pop lexicon and more. The performance includes surprise celebrity guests along with singers from around the world.
Sunday 3/29, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
host: DCINY
where:Carnegie Hall
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100
rsvp:online or call 212-247-7800
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org
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Sunday, April 5

Sounds of a New Generation

DCINY welcomes back composer-conductor Greg Gilpin with a program comprised of original works for youth singers. Conductors Janet Galván and Nuria Fernández Herranz lead an all-female chorus with works by Eva Ugalde, Juan Manuel Conejo and the world premiere of a work by composer Jim Papoulis. Steve Acciani directs the Diamond Bar Wind Ensemble from Diamond Bar, California.
Sunday 4/5, 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
host: DCINY
where:Carnegie Hall
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100
rsvp:online or call 212-247-7800
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org
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Sunday, April 19

Carmina Burana

DCINY presents Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, conducted by Jonathan Griffith and featuring Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers. Anton Armstrong (St. Olaf Choir) leads chorus and orchestra in the New York premiere of Kim André Arnesen’s Magnificat reimagined for mixed voices.
Sunday 4/19, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
host: DCINY
where:Carnegie Hall
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100
rsvp:online or call 212-247-7800
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org
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