Here’s a sample of the week’s events and how to tune in (all times are eastern). Note that events are subject to change after publication.
Enjoy it Spoken word performances, comedy and music all in one night During a special performance from the Outpost series commissioned by the Great Northern Festival in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Min., The featured performers – including members of the Minnesota Orchestra – will present a combination of new and existing works. Tickets are $ 15.
When 8:30 pm
Learn about the world of metamorphic insects Entomologist Jessica Ware is the curator of invertebrate zoology at the American Museum of Natural History. In a live presentation from the California Academy of Sciences, Drs. Ware will talk about the life cycle and importance of various insects, including dragonflies and termites, and answer questions from the audience. This event is free.
When 1 PM
Hold “ScreeningDisclosure, “A documentary about the depiction of transgender individuals on film and TV, And a conversation with the filmmakers, Including Laverne Cox, an executive producer. “Disclosure,” critic Teo Bugby wrote in The New York Times last year, “is set to provide a transgender lens on film history.” Tickets are free, although registration is required and closes 24 hours before the event.
When 10 pm
In tune A conversation between Anna North and Esme Weijun Wang Hosted by Green Apple Books in San Francisco. The two authors will discuss Ms. North’s latest novel, “Outlawed,” which tells the story of a band of bandits in the American West who set out to build a safe haven for the boycott of women. The event is free, and attendance is capped at 500.
When Night 4
Short kick black history month Preview of new four-hour documentary series “The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song“ At the Anacostia Community Museum in Washington. (The full version will premiere on PBS on 16 and 17 February.) Series – hosted by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and featuring Oprah Winfrey, John Legend, and Rev. Al Sharpton, which explores the history of others . The Black Church and the African-American Faith Community. Registration is free, and attendance is capped at 100.
When 2:30 pm
A two-part listen Discussion of new film “Promising young lady“ With director Emerald Fennell. First, she will explore her music with Fletcher, whose song “Last Laugh” is part of the soundtrack. Then, she would talk with her star Kerry Mulligan about making the film, which, according to Kyle Buchanan of the Times, “turned into a performance of her career.” Journalist Brittany Spanos will be moderate, and tickets are $ 10.
When at 7 pm
Proceed with A virtual dance tour from the Cleveland Museum of Art. Marcia Custer, a movement and performance artist, will lead audiences through the museum’s galleries, using works from various art periods as dance inspiration. Participants of all experience levels are encouraged to join in the fun (and may even be featured on a live “dance cam”), with green curtains designed by artist Ben Oblivione Scene and a live DJ set from Haley Himiko Hyundain Saint Chris. This event is free.
When 8 pm
Sign up for your little ones Ballet Class for Ballet All Kids, A nonprofit program that teaches dance through a curriculum that accommodates all abilities, body types and learning styles. In an interactive class for children ages 2 to 7, the organization’s founding director, Bonnie Schlachte, will teach the basics of ballet and encourage students to bring their imagination to the stage. This incident is pay-what-you-can.
When 12:00 pm
Make into perfect new york slices An online pizza making class From Scott’s Pizza Tours, Is a New York-based restaurant tour company. Scott Weiner, the company’s founder and a monthly columnist for Pizza Today magazine, who holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of pizza boxes, will host the interactive square. Attendance is capped at 90 students, but never waver – the company hosts a pizza-making class almost every weekend. Tickets cost $ 35.
When 1 PM