May

15

Guide to the Weekend: Complete and Utter Freedom Edition

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As the school year comes to a close, free time, along with Bwog’s Guide to the Weekend, makes a triumphant return. We’ll continue keeping you updated every Thursday throughout the summer about concerts, movies, special events, and lectures. 

All Weekend/Continuing: 

The Films of Kenji Mizoguchi

IFC Center

Friday-Sunday; 11 AM

$11.50

Heavy Light: Recent Photography and Video from Japan

International Center for Photography

May 16 th-  Sep 7; Tuesdays-Thursdays (10am-6pm); Fridays (10am-8pm); Saturdays-Sundays (10am-6pm)

This Friday, several of the artists will appear in person to sign exhibition catalogs

$12

No Fun Fest

Three days of noise-rock featuring Religious Knives, Thurston Moore, Tony Conrad, and Hair Police.

The Knitting Factory

Friday May 16 (7pm); Saturday May 17 (7pm); Sunday May 18 (6:30pm)

$20 – 22 daily / $50 three-day pass



James Nares Retrospective

Anthology Film Archives

May 16th-22nd; 7:30 PM

$8

GlassLab

Ever wonder how glass-blowing works? Now’s your chance to see it happen.

Cooper-Hewitt Garden

May 17 -June 3; Mondays-Thursdays (10am-5pm); Fridays (10am-9pm); Saturdays (10am-6pm); Sundays (noon-6pm)

$15

Brooklyn College MFA Thesis Exhibition

NYCAMS, 44 W 28th St

May 18 to June 1; Opens Saturday May 17.

(6 to 9pm) Tuesdays to Saturdays

(10am to 5pm) Sundays

FREE 

Godard @ Film Forum Continues…

May 15th/16th: La Chinoise

May 17th-19th: Weekend

Thieves Like Us @ Film Forum

Through May 20th

Times vary according to day

Friday: 

Comedy Cures, Presented by the Onion

Featuring Pete Holmes, Kurt Braunholer, Seth Herzog, & John Mulaney

@ Comix

8 PM

$20 at the door, $15 in advance

11th Annual NYC Tattoo Convention

Roseland Ballroom

Noon-Midnight

Over 80 tattoo artists from across the world, over 80 different options for pissing off your parents right before graduation

Saturday:

2nd Annual NYC Dance Parade

Check in at 12:30pm on 28th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue.

1-8PM

FREE

Sunday:

The Virgin Suicides @ BAM

Sunday May 18 (2, 4:30, 6:50 & 9:15pm)

$11

 

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6 Comments

  1. Heavy Light!  

    At last!

  2. FUCK  

    ARE YOU SERIOUS?? I'd kill to see "Comedy Cures", if only to catch a glimpse of that hottie John Mulaney in real life. Mannnn why does my flight have to leave at 8:30 tomorrow...

  3. dudeee  

    you forgot the 2nd annual dance parade!! It's going to be huge

  4. agreed...  

    john mulaney is funny and sexy. i'm glad someone else holds this opinion

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