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Exhibition of Slavic Artifacts and Discussion about Russia and Afghanistan: How to Spend a Weekend in New York (September 10-12)

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What: Arcadia Earth Exhibition

When: Friday-Sunday, September 10-12

Where: Arcadia Earth NYC 718 Broadway New York, NY 1003

More: Want to explore the future of our planet through augmented reality? Then welcome to the large-scale multi-sensory journey Arcadia Earth, during which you can plunge into the incredible underwater world and get to know our planet Earth better. Here, through augmented virtual reality, projection mapping and interactive environments, you will discover how small changes in our way of life will have a huge impact on the future of our planet.

Cost: $ 27

 

What: Automania Exhibition

When: Friday-Sunday, September 10-12

Where: MoMa, 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

More: Since the first automobiles appeared over a century ago, they have left an indelible mark on environmental design. Although not only for the better, but also for the worse, they radically changed the way we live, as well as work and play. Cars, connecting us across vast distances at even greater speed, have revolutionized our understanding of mobility. Automania takes a comprehensive look at a facility that has inspired countless examples of innovation, social transformation and critical debate among designers and artists across multiple media.

Cost: $ 0-25

 

What: Exhibition of Slavic exhibits

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When: Friday, 10 of September, with 09: 00

Where: Harriman Institute Atrium 420 W 118th St, 12th Floor New York, NY 10027

More: Columbia University libraries have been collecting materials in Slavic and Eastern European languages ​​since at least 1903. This exhibition and the accompanying publication of essays in the journal Slavic & East European Information Resources provide an overview of the history of collecting development over the past 115 years.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Discussion about Russia and Afghanistan

When: Friday, 10 of September, with 11: 00

Where: Online

More: The sudden return of the Taliban to power after the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan turned Eurasian geopolitics upside down. The Kremlin, like the White House, was caught off guard by the rapid collapse of the American-built order in Kabul, and Russian leaders are now struggling to devise policy responses to an unforeseen turn of events. Panellists will explore the risks and opportunities facing Russia and its Central Asian neighbors amid renewed efforts to solve the Afghan conundrum. In particular, the growing threat of cross-border instability, new flows of refugees and the resurgence of extremism.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Concert "Requiem-2021"

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When: Friday, 10 of September, with 19: 15

Where: Bohemian National Hall 321 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021

More: Requiem 2021 is a digital art show directed by Anna Eva Kotyz to music from the Requiem Oratio Spei by the famous contemporary Slovak composer Juraj Filas. This work is dedicated to victims of terrorism around the world.

Cost: $ 25

 

What: Night market in the Bronx

When: Saturday, September 11, from 16: 00

Where: 1 Fordham Plaza 1 Fordham Plaza The Bronx, NY 10458

More: The Bronx Night Market is once again awaiting guests. On it you can see more than 100 merchants who will offer to taste dishes of various cuisines of the world and buy a wide variety of goods.

Delicious food, refreshing drinks and live music - what else is needed for a great evening!

Cost: Free options

 

What: Concert in memory of Marta Skorupskaya

When: Sunday, September 12, with 15: 00

Where: Ukrainian Institute of America 2 E 79th St New York, NY 10075

More: Skorupskaya played an important role in the creation of a series of exhibitions at the Ukrainian Music Institute in America (MATI), founded in 1989 by Irene Stekura. Martha researched the material, wrote program notes and continued to participate in MATI for over 30 years. In addition, she has been an associate member of the UIA Board of Directors for over 20 years.

Skorupskaya was a translator from New York with over forty years of experience translating a wide range of works from Ukrainian into English. She translated the first volume of The History of Ukraine-Rusa by Mikhail Hrushevsky (1997), a fundamental work for which she received rave reviews from Professors Georgy Shevelov and Igor Shevchenko. She also worked as editor-in-chief of the Ukrainian intellectual monthly Suchasnist, and also edited numerous publications that featured works by leading Ukrainian literary figures and political thinkers of the 1920s and 1930s.

Cost: $ 30

 

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