International House NY Annual Alumni Reunion

Zoom, NY

Sunday, 13 September 2020 9-10:30am EDT / 3-4:30pm CET virtually via Zoom REGISTER HERE We are excited to bring together our community across every generation and region to celebrate the I-House Spirit. Hosted by Pooja Merchant ’10, President of the German Alumni Chapter, (Freunde des International House)*. Featuring a special performance by Astrid Kuljanic ’16. Renowned for […]

Macy Art Gallery is now online!

On Host's Website NY

We're excited to announce the launch of our online exhibition space: This is a special project we have created a we are working remotely - an extension to what we normally provide the TC Community.  

Workshop: MoLab x PIMA Collaborative Series

Barnard College 3009 Broadway, at approx. 117th Street, New York

The Movement Lab joins Brooklyn College’s Performance and Interactive Media Arts (PIMA) graduate class for this Collaborative Series using processed based work to create public performance art with an international presentation opportunity at the Vrystaat Arts Festival in Bloemfontein South Africa. PIMA aims to investigate experimental performative ensemble creation and the ‘radical mixing of mediums’ in creative expression. Participants must commit to […]

Morningside Park’s Down to Earth Farmers Market

Plaza at 110th St. & Manhattan Ave 110th St. & Manhattan Ave, New York

Market open Saturdays, 9:00AM – 3:00PM, 01/04 – 12/19 New York, NY Plaza at 110th St. & Manhattan Ave (Map it ») Market Host: Friends of Morningside Park Founding Year: 2005 EBT AVAILABLE APP ios google

Story I/O – Trust in an Age of Deepfakes & Bots

Zoom, NY

Story I/O returns Saturday, September 26th for a special virtual day of storytelling, design, play and collaboration. This marks the 4th edition of Columbia DSL’s annual prototyping event. Together we will explore the theme of “Digital Literacy in the Age of Misinformation and Deception..” The underlying technology behind deepfakes is rapidly accelerating, which has only […]

COVID & the Election: Finding God Here

Zoom, NY

Have you felt at all stuck or alone amidst the displays of racist violence, climate destruction and COVID deaths leading up to the U.S. presidential election? This group will bring […]

Historic Neighborhood Walking Tour

On Host's Website NY

Explore the neighborhood around the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum, and hear about the people and places that were there in the 19th century when the area was primarily countryside. Through stories, maps, and images you will be transported back in time and gain a new understanding of life in this part of Manhattan in the […]


Microplastic Madness Virtual Screening – Climate Week 2020

Online NY

This acclaimed film tells the inspiring story of 5th graders living on the front lines of the climate crisis in Red Hook, Brooklyn. About this Event Back by popular demand! As part of its lineup of events celebrating Climate Week 2020, Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) presents a free screening of the award-winning Microplastic Madness […]

Morningside Lights: HARLEM NIGHT SONG

Online NY

The 9th annual Morningside Lights culminates with the live premiere of a video celebration featuring user-generated content of the lantern-creation process in a single captivating film. Learn more and tune in at Performers Processional Arts Workshop Alex Kahn Sophia Michahelles Additional Information Morningside Lights is co-produced with the Arts Initiative at Columbia University Photo by Karli Cadel

Biblical Hebrew: All Levels

Zoom, NY

Starts Sept. 27th - Sundays | 9:30-11am  | Zoom | Facilitated by Laura Harris Learning the Hebrew language can be both fun and exciting. Upon completing this course you will […]

History Of Riverside Small Group Class

Zoom, NY

September 27-November 8th | 1pm | Zoom | Facilitated By Diane Russo and VInce Kelley The class will be in honor of Riverside's 90th Anniversary. It will be a survey-style […]

Theatre of the Oppressed

Google Chat NY

This ministry uses theatre as a means of empowering participants to become actors in movements for social and political change. Originating in Brazil, this technique teaches participants about their power and agency within institutions and systems. For more information, please email Jeremiah Drake for more information.

Urgent Blood Drive

Interchurch Center 475 Riverside Drive, New York

Interchurch Center 61 Claremont Avenue, NYC 1st Floor Conference Room A-D Donors must make an appointment. Walk-ins will only be allowed if scheduling and room capacity permits. To schedule your […]

Behind The Curtain: Delroy Lindo

On Host's Website NY

The Classical Theatre of Harlem is bringing audiences and theatre fans everywhere their new series: Behind the Curtain, a digital hub for performances, education, and interviews meant to inspire, entertain, […]

Community Fitness: Zumba

On Host's Website NY

TC Zumba instructor, Anna Serrichio (M.S. '19, Communication), is taking the dance party VIRTUAL! Join us on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 - 7:00 pm EST.  Join at -- Can't join us at […]

Lee Mingwei and Bill T. Jones: OUR LABYRINTH

On Host's Website NY

This unique, site-specific iteration of Taiwanese-American artist Lee Mingwei's performance work OUR LABYRINTH stands as a meditation on this moment of instability and profound change. FREE Met Museum online September […]

Weekly Walks: Virtual Insights for Your Lunch Break

On Host's Website NY

Central Park has proven to be an invaluable resource for New Yorkers during this challenging time. Its 843 acres are a sanctuary in which to relax and enjoy the fresh air. However, we at the Central Park Conservancy know there are millions of people who can’t access the Park during this time of social distancing […]

Cathedral Community Update

Zoom, NY

The Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel IIl, Dean, invites the community to our next virtual gathering to share important updates on Cathedral priorities. He will also be joined by Jim Patterson, […]

MeMoSa: Marianela Boán

Barnard College 3009 Broadway, at approx. 117th Street, New York

Marianela Boán, an internationally recognized and award winning choreographer, currently living in the Dominican Republic and one of the most important artists of the Cuban and Latin American dance vanguard, […]

Race To Action

Zoom, NY

July 30th, – October 15th, 7 pm – 9 pm (Thursdays) | Zoom | Register at Join other Riversiders in considering what it means for our congregation and each of […]

Feast of Saint Francis & Blessing of the Animals

On Host's Website NY

St. Francis Day is coming up! This year's online extravaganza is a great way to celebrate your pet. Send stories and photos to us, and you might just see them pop up in videos throughout the day! With blessings, children's activities, and info on local animal rescue organizations, this special day has something for everyone—all […]

Sex, Law, and Sovereignty in French Algeria, 1830-1930

Zoom, NY

Judith Surkis, in conversation with Stephanie McCurry, Karuna Mantena, and Emmanuelle Saada, moderated by Camille Robcis To RSVP, please click here. During more than a century of colonial rule over Algeria, the French state shaped and reshaped the meaning and practice of Muslim law by regulating it and circumscribing it to the domain of family law, […]

Memorial to Enslaved Laborers

Online NY

This conversation explores the history, form, and process behind the creation of the powerful new Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia. The grounds—designed by Thomas Jefferson and now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site—were built and maintained by 4,000 enslaved men, women, and children. The memorial features marks and the names of these […]

Covid-19 Across Africa & Its Diaspora: Dismantling Colonialism and Restoring Justice

Zoom, NY

Sundays starting 10/18 | 1:30-3:30pm | Facilitated by Yemi Abioye Through four webinars, the series will take a deep dive into the devastating impact of Covid-19 on communities of African descent. The titles are: 1) Public Health and Covid-19  2)  The Gendered Effects of Covid-19 3)  The Politics of Covid-19 4)  Covid-19 and the Survival […]