From immersive art installations to the epic return of movie theaters, New York City is readying for a new season (and a much brighter future!) with these indoor activities.
VISIT: Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Artist duo Gillie and Marc honor the late U.S. Supreme Court associate justice and trailblazer with a magnificent bronze statue in downtown Brooklyn.
ART: What’s New at the Brooklyn Museum?
Brooklyn-based artist Brian Donnelly presents “KAWS: What Party,” featuring nearly 100 of his paintings, sculptures, and collectibles.
GO: The Frick Collection on Madison
Visit the museum’s new location, which includes three floors of paintings, sculpture, and decorative art.
VIEW: A Cinematic Journey Awaits You
Artechouse hosts Geometric Properties, an audiovisual piece that melds math, nature, and architecture into one immersive installation.
WATCH: IPIC Fulton Market
NYC’s premier movie-watching experience is back! Pick your own pod and order from IPIC’s grab-and-go snacking station, before taking in the latest flicks—all shown thanks to state-of-the-art technology.
The Friends Experience will be there for you (again) in New York City. Grab tickets while you can, because they’ll sell out faster than Ross can yell, “We were on a break!”