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.
The Films of Kenji Mizoguchi
Friday-Sunday; 11 AM
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
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
Ever wonder how glass-blowing works? Now’s your chance to see it happen.
May 17 -June 3; Mondays-Thursdays (10am-5pm); Fridays (10am-9pm); Saturdays (10am-6pm); Sundays (noon-6pm)
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
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
Comedy Cures, Presented by the Onion
Featuring Pete Holmes, Kurt Braunholer, Seth Herzog, & John Mulaney
$20 at the door, $15 in advance
11th Annual NYC Tattoo Convention
Over 80 tattoo artists from across the world, over 80 different options for pissing off your parents right before graduation
2nd Annual NYC Dance Parade
Check in at 12:30pm on 28th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue.
The Virgin Suicides @ BAM
Sunday May 18 (2, 4:30, 6:50 & 9:15pm)