From a dinosaur exhibition to virtual watercolor art classes, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, March 8
In “Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America,” curator Okwui Enwezor brings together the work of 37 artists, created in response to the racist violence experienced by Black communities throughout our country.
Tuesday, March 9
It’s been a rough year. Yoga With Tyler’s open-level vinyasa class might be the zen activity you need right now.
Wednesday, March 10
Get your last look at the American Museum of Natural History’s most fearsome dinosaur exhibition before it closes forever on March 14.
Thursday, March 11
Cook yourself (and a small dinner party) a braised heritage pork dinner using a ready-to-cook meal kit from Gage & Tollner.
Friday, March 12
Learn to paint oversize flowers, inspired by the artistic genius of Georgia O’Keeffe, during the next Club CMA event.
Saturday, March 13
Spring might be well on its way, but this chilly weather still calls for a midday hot chocolate. This time grab one from Squish Marshmallows, where the ’mallows are homemade; hand-cut; and, honestly, the sweetest addition to a hot cocoa in NYC.
Sunday, March 14
Tonight the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum will livestream a closed-set performance by dolltr!ck, followed by a Q&A with Claire Marie Lim and Caroline Drabik.