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The farmers market and film screening: how to spend a weekend in New York (July 10-12)

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What: Anima Animals Exhibition

When: Friday-Sunday, July 10-12

Where: KASMIN SCULPTURE GARDEN New York, NY 10001

More: Anima Animals presents a portrait gallery of enchanted characters who embody a carefully thought-out authorial mixture of archetype, kitsch and narrative mysticism. Brilliant, rosy-cheeked, wide-eyed divine creatures ... The works are enclosed in ornate handmade wooden frames that extend the traditional borders of the image plane.

The artist borrowed otherworldly manners of characters from vintage plush toys of the 1950s. While many of these creatures show a benevolent smile framed by soft mustaches made of fur, curls and silk bows, a darker tension lies beneath the surface, hinting at a ghostly resonance of the subconscious.

Cost: From $ 0

What: Climate Change Online Course

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When: Friday-Sunday, July 10-12

Where: Online

More: Throughout the history of the Earth, climate has changed many times. For example, the alternation of periods of warming and cooling is affected by the trajectory of the Earth's rotation around the Sun and the inclination of the Earth's axis. And since the beginning of the XX century, scientists have observed an increase in the average temperature of the surface of the globe and attribute this to the influence of man on the planet.

On the this course You will learn what is happening on Earth now and what to expect from the climate in the future. How is the climate changing in the modern era? What happens if the Arctic melts? Who is to blame for global warming? You will find answers to these and other questions on the Climate Change course.

Cost: Free options

What: Philosophy of War Online Course

When: Friday-Sunday, July 10-12

Where: Online

More: Throughout history, people fought with each other. It is not surprising that the problem of war fell into the subject field of philosophy at the very beginning of its development. Since ancient times, thinkers have been asking questions about what a fair war is, who can be called an enemy, and what penalties apply to it. Today, criticism of military conflicts is widespread among people. However, humanity has come a long way to recognize the destructive effects of war. On the lectures of the philosopher Arseny Kumankov You will learn about the differences between military law and morality, who is called the "enemy of the people" and the wars of nation-states.

Cost: Free options

What: Exhibition “Visible and Invisible”

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When: Friday, July 10, from 10: 00

Where: 537 West 20th Street New York, 10011

More: At the exhibition of works by the Japanese-American sculptor Leo Amino (1911–1989), “Visible and Invisible,” a number of the artist’s works from the 1940s to the 1980s will be presented, including sculptures that have not been exhibited before.

Amino was born in Taiwan under the auspices of Japanese colonial rule and was educated in Tokyo. In 1929, he immigrated to the United States. During the second Sino-Japanese and World Wars, Amino became disillusioned with Japanese and American nationalist traditions that encouraged provincialism. Amino shared a decisive anti-conformist and anti-traditionalist philosophy with the Bauhaus exiles and refugees.

Cost: From $ 0

What: Car Cinema / ”Black Panther”

When: Friday, July 10, from 12: 25

Where: 1 Oak St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

More: Millennia ago, five African tribes fought for a meteorite containing vibranium. One of the warriors swallowed the "heart-shaped grass", which was struck by metal, and received superhuman abilities. He became the first "black panther" and united all the tribes (except - Jabari) to form the people of Wakanda. Over time, the Wakanders learned to use vibranium to develop advanced technologies and isolated themselves from the world, posing as an underdeveloped country.

The picture unfolds after the events narrated in the movie "Captain America: Civil War". In the story, T'Challa returns home to an isolated Wakanda, but when his old enemy appears on the horizon, T'Challa's royal abilities are tested.

Cost: From $ 0

What: The picket of solidarity of Belarusians

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When: Friday, July 10, from 18: 00

Where: Ralph Bunche Park, 1st Ave. &, E 42nd St, New York, NY 10017

More: Political detentions in Belarus have affected the diaspora around the world. As a sign of support, its representatives come together and go on pickets of solidarity.

At the rally in New York, you will learn about the elections in Belarus, how to vote, what rules and documents are needed, discuss the constitutional initiative and other issues.

Cost: Free options

What: Car Cinema / ”Jurassic Park”

When: Saturday, July 11, from 21: 15

Where: Bay Drive-In Theater NY-26, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

More: Jurassic Park is a 1993 science fiction film directed by Stephen Spielberg, based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton.

The film tells about a fictional island where scientists created an amusement park with cloned dinosaurs. John Hammond invites a group of scientists, played by Sam Nill, Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern, to inspect the park before it opens. Due to the sabotage arranged by one of the employees, dinosaurs break into the wild, while technical staff and visitors try to escape.

The head of InGen, Professor John Hammond, is finding a way to recreate dinosaurs through genetic engineering. He finds the genetic material in mosquitoes that drank the blood of dinosaurs millions of years ago, and then, sitting on a tree, got stuck in wood resin, forming inclusions. The missing code fragments in DNA are supplemented by code fragments of modern amphibians - frogs. Hammond creates a huge park, the inhabitants of which are a mixture of many animals.

Cost: $ 0-7

What: Greenwich Virtual TourVillage

Photo: Shutterstock

When: Saturday, July 11, from 12: 00

Where: Online

More: During this tour, you will learn about the incredible history and hidden legends of Greenwich Village. This area has become one of the most popular in New York. Greenwich Village, completely different from the rest of the bustling Manhattan, was the epicenter of some of the most famous musical and political movements in American history. Not to mention all the great films and television shows filmed there, from Sex and the City to Friends.

Cost: Free options

What: Farmer's Market

When: Saturday, July 11, from 10: 00

Where: Hattie Carthan Community Garden, 654A Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216

More: Every Saturday until November 21, New Yorkers are waiting for the farmers market. Guests can enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables. You can also visit the farm zoo mini-zoo, cycle, enjoy fresh smoothies and attend cooking demonstrations.

Cost: Free options

What: Car Cinema / “Despicable Me”

Photo: Shutterstock

When: Saturday, July 11, from 10: 00

Where: 1 Oak St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

More: In Egypt, a group of tourists accidentally notices that the famous Cheops pyramid was stolen and replaced with an inflatable dummy. Further, the plot is transferred to a man named Grew. He is a true supervillain who has his own home, jet transport and an army of minions. He does not like any strangers disturbing him. And it is from this phobia that the exciting plot of the cartoon unfolds.

Cost: From $ 0

Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the organizer's website.

But we have collected many interesting events for you online:

  • offer to recover in one of 11 virtual tours of New York.
  • if you have long wanted to visit the best museums and theaters, now now, without leaving your home, do it - just go at this link.
  • Get Free Access to US University Online Courses here.
  • about how to usefully spend two weeks at home during quarantine, read in this publication.
  • here - 50 free courses on a variety of topics
  • by going to this link, you can visit the most famous castles in Europe
  • dozens of free resources for fun boring self-isolation we have collected here.

In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar. Come in, find out, share with friends. Before the visit, specify the details and venue of the events on the sites of the organizers, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to e-mail ad@forumdaily.com.

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