Out & About

| 01 Nov 2016 | 04:52

    Thu 3

    ‘Ides of March’Yorkville Library, 222 East 79th St.

    2 p.m. Free

    Yorkville Library kicks of an election film festival with Ides of March.

    212-744-5824. www.nypl.org

    ‘Cagney’Barnes & Noble, 150 East 86th St.

    7 p.m. Free

    A special live performance and CD signing.

    212-369-2180. stores.barnesandnoble.com

    Fri 4

    Blacklisted from Hollywood to ParisAlbertine, 972 Fifth Avenue

    7:30 p.m. Free

    Nina Shaw, Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche and Claire Diao consider how the complex and diverging histories of each France and America have impacted their respective film industries. Kamilah Forbes moderates.

    212-650-0070. www.albertine.com

    First FridaysNeue Galerie, 1048 Fifth Ave.

    6-8 p.m. Free

    Come out to the Neue Galerie on the first Friday of the month and get free admission for two hours.

    212-994-9493. www.neuegalerie.org

    Sat 5

    Verdi’s ‘Don Carlo’ 96th Street Library, 112 East 96th St.1-4 p.m. Free

    The New York Opera Forum performs the complete opera with piano accompaniment.

    212-289-0908. www.nypl.org

    World Culture Festival The Met, 1000 Fifth Ave.

    Noon-5 p.m. Free

    Join the Met and discover larger-than-life characters and tales with family and friends through performances, interactive gallery activities and artist-led workshops.

    212-535-7710. www.metmuseum.org

    Sun 6

    Houston Grand Opera: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Ave.

    7:30 p.m. $40

    Come out for the world premiere of this opera based in part on the timeless film.

    212-423-3575. www.guggenheim.org

    Race, Equity, and Otherness in Ballet and SocietyAlbertine, 972 Fifth Avenue

    5:30 p.m. Free

    Virginia Johnson, Benjamin Millepied, and historian Jennifer Homans discuss those themes, against a larger backdrop of identity politics in American and French society today.

    212-650-0070. www.albertine.com

    Mon 7

    The Literary Haunted House on Film92Y, Lexington Avenue, at 92nd Street.

    Noon $30

    View and discuss four celluloid thrillers based on bestselling novels or other literary forms.

    212-415-5500. www.92y.org

    NYPD Community Council meeting19th Precinct, 153 East 67th St.

    7 p.m. Free

    The precinct community council meets on the first Monday of every month.

    212-452-0615. www.nyc.gov

    Tue 8

    CinéSalon — ‘Dr. Strangelove’Florence Gould Hall, 55 East 59th St.

    4 and 7:30 p.m. $14; $7, students; Free, members

    A showing of the black comedy about a group of war-eager military men who plan a nuclear apocalypse. The 7:30 screening will be followed by a reception, which will include a viewing of the election results.

    800-982-2787. www.fiaf.org

    The Celluloid Classroom92Y, Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street

    Noon $30

    Examine and view five prominent examples of teachers on film who played an important role in the lives of their students.

    212-415-5500. www.92y.org

    Wed 9

    Gandhara: Buddhism and TradeThe Met, 1000 Fifth Ave,

    11 a.m. $30

    Come out for this series of lectures examining a vibrant and cross-cultural body of Buddhist sculpture.

    212-535-7710. www.metmuseum.org

    Kati Horna and Women Photographers in ExileNYU Institute of Fine Arts, 1 East 78th St.

    6-8:30 p.m. Free, registration required

    A panel discussion on Horna’s photographic practice and the work of other female photographers from the perspective of mobility and exile.

    212-277-8367. www.as-coa.org