Chanukah Wonderland

The Chelsea Shul hosts holiday activities including a clay bar and diorama art with The Giant Room, bounce house, donut decorating, photo booth, giveaways and more. All are welcome. At 4:30 pm, join an outdoor menorah lighting with a mega LED dancing robot.

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Abracadabra NYC

Get into the Halloween spirit year round with a huge assortment of costumes, accessories, makeup, magic, wigs, facial hair, props, masquerade masks, magic kit and much more. Step into a hoarder’s haunted house with tons of life-sized, interactive animatronics (including creepy body parts, not for the faint-hearted) and spooky surprises.

Browse creepy and cutesy get-ups…

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Empty Head

Go inside kinetic sculptures by Brazilian artist Raul Mourão. The first series, titled Rebel, brings together three sculptures made of corten steel that weigh approximately 1 ton each. The sculptures’ weight, while making use of gravity as a physical force invite the audience to ponder about movement and fixity, weight and lightness, violence and care,…

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The Drama Book Shop

A mainstay of the New York theatre scene and a cultural institution for theatrical works is at a new location with new owners (and Hamilton creators) Thomas Kail and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Designed by “Hamilton” scenic designer David Korins and his team, the new store pays homage to twentieth century European cafes and reading rooms with…

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François Morellet In-Coherent

See innovative geometric abstraction (creative, cool shapes) by prolific self-taught painter, sculptor, and installation artist François Morellet. Paintings, giant installation and several neon works bring Dada- infused irreverence, irony, and joyful lightness to his aspiration of dismantling traditional hierarchies and embracing elements of randomness and chance within the framework of pre-established systems.

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Anila Quayyum Agha – A Moment to Consider

Immerse in light and shadow in this exhibit of new paintings, drawings and light installations by Anila Quayyum Agha, an acclaimed Pakistani-American artist known for her illuminated, suspended cubes. Ornamental patterns from history in metal, resin and paper using traditional and contemporary techniques of craft are reimagined in works ranging from monumental laser-cut steel sculptures…

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