Behind the scenes with Basquiat, on the road with Dudamel, in person with Frieze Week. May brings a phenomenal lineup of screenings, concerts, and happenings to NeueHouse Madison Square. Explore the full calendar and RSVP below.
In Focus: Hannah Ha Ha
Join us for a screening of the award-winning film about a young woman on the cusp of her 26th birthday. Followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Jordan Tetewsky and actor/producer Roger Mancusi.
Transformation Of/At Work
Join us for with work futurist and author, Sophie Wade for an interactive panel discussion on the future of work and the primary issues confronting employees, entrepreneurs, and independent workers alike.
In Focus: The Sacredness of Water
Screening of the short film Ulu Kupu by Tiare Ribeaux and Jody Stillwater, Kānaka Maoli and O’ahu-based artists contribute to a collective work that emphasizes the sacredness of Wai (water). Panel discussion with Jon Santos, Nanea Lum, Jody Stillwater and Sebastian Galasso to follow.
Future of Digital Wellbeing
May is Mental Health Awareness Month but it's never a bad time to examine our ever-present relationship with technology. Join @HalfTheStory founder Larissa May for a screening and roundtable discussion about the present and future of digital wellness.
Artist Talk with Aliza Nisenbaum
6 - 7:30 PM
Join us for a conversation with Mexican-born painter Aliza Nisenbaum, best-known for her bright, large-scale portraits of people and community groups, moderated by NeueHouse curator and Sr. Director at The Cultivist, Joey Lico.
ORBIT PRESENTS: The Future of Good
Join us for a rare peak into The Future of Good report, which identifies the emerging trends that will shape tomorrow and explore how brands can leverage those trends today.
In Focus: ¡Viva Maestro!
Join us for a special screening and discussion of ¡Viva Maestro!, a riveting portrait of Gustavo Dudamel, music and artistic director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Book Launch: Jean Michel Basquiat Crossroads
Oberon Sinclair moderates a panel celebrating Jean Michel Basquiat’s life through the lens of friends and colleagues including Selah Marley, Kweku Mandela, and Lee Jaffe, who will share photography from his book, Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossroads.