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City Week: March 19-March 25

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Friday, March 19 Guided Tour—The National Academy offers guided tours through its 185th annual exhibition. The tours take viewers through art ranging from realism to abstraction, painting to mixed media, and sculpture to installation art. On view through June 8. The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, 1083 Fifth Ave., 212-369-4880; 6:45 p.m., [&hellip
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City Week: March 12-March 18

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Friday, March 12 Blend—Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater presents Juntos, a series of dance pieces for the spring season. The program includes three world premiere pieces, as well as dances from the company’s repertoire, which blends European and American music with Latin-style dances. Manhattan Movement Arts Center, 248 W. 60th St., 212-722-4128; 8 p.m., $12 to [&hellip
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City Week: March 5– March 11

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Friday, March 5 Dynamic Duo—Gina Gibney and David Parker come together for an evening of dances inaugurating Symphony Space’s “Short Form Weave Series.” The two choreographers collaborate on a similar theme with the same composers, but they juxtapose radically different kinetic and aesthetic worlds. Both choreographers worked with Ryan Lott, who was recently named NPR’s [&hellip
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City Week: Feb 26– March 4

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Friday, February 26 Artists in Training—The new exhibition “Becoming an Artist: The Academy in 19th-Century France” explores the technical and intellectual training offered by famous art school École des Beaux-Arts. The exhibit highlights the rigorous curriculum that attracted students to the academy from all over the world, the competitions, the hierarchy of subject matter and [&hellip
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Science, Straight Up

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For the last few months, crowds of youthful, well-groomed New Yorkers have flocked to the American Museum of Natural History the first Wednesday of each month to hear lectures on Darwin and social media, the search for life in the universe and the biological basis for greed. An added enticement? Free admission, a DJ and [&hellip
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City Week: Feb. 19–Feb. 25

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Friday, February 19 Judeo-Christian Art—A new exhibit at the Museum of Biblical Art highlights collaborations between Jewish and Christian artists in medieval Spain. The show, Uneasy Communion, features more than 30 panel paintings, manuscripts, ceramic tiles and Jewish ceremonial objects from the 14th and 15th centuries. MOBIA, 1865 Broadway, 212-408-1500; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., [&hellip
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