From multicolored prism art to new vegan eats in Chelsea, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, January 18
The Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates the creative spirits and artistic talents of New York City’s public school students in its annual exhibition “P.S. Art.”
Tuesday, January 19
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden offers a safe way to go outside and get some fresh air (after nearly a year spent staying inside) during its Winter Nature Audio Walks through its many gardens.
Wednesday, January 20
Make a stop at the Affirmation Station for some heavy meditation, guided by the musical compositions and positive affirmations composed and narrated by husband-and-wife duo Jamire and Asia Williams.
Thursday, January 21
Rolo’s is the perfect spot for anyone who has ever (oddly) dreamed about a family-style restaurant that makes wood-fired meals and also moonlights as a grocery store. Now open in Ridgewood!
Friday, January 22
The 2021 New York Jewish Film Festival returns for a virtual celebration of the Jewish experience through various types of films, created by some of the best writers and directors in the business.
Then head to the West Village to bring a little beauty to those fingertips with a special Japanese gel manicure at Mellow Bar.
Saturday, January 23
Welcome the most recent restaurant to open in Chelsea, Willow, a kosher-certified vegan spot (led by Beyond Sushi creator Guy Vaknin), where you can find comfort bistro fare made with plant-based ingredients.
Sunday, January 24
The Garment District joins the dozens of neighborhoods that are hosting incredible works of outdoor art with Prismatica, a widespread installation of 6-foot-tall multicolored prisms, located between West 39th and 40th Streets.