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Agenda Cultural: 25 June, 2021


By Roger Costa

@Governors Island

Summer is here, most of us are vaccinated, and it’s time to enjoy the pleasures of outdoor fun. There’s no better escape from the urban noise than to catch the Ferry on South Street, Lower Manhattan and head to the Island that once resided the Governor and also place for the most secured prison in the country back a century ago. A great, accessible and spacious place for relaxing, hiking, cycling, sports and sightseeing, among other healthy activities, Governors Island hosts events and festivals throughout the season, most of them for free. This weekend visitors will be offered a variety of events such as the special live performance program “June Rites!” featuring original music by renowned percussionist Mauro Refosco and Baiano instrumentalist and singer Gustavo Di Dalva, a forum discussing topics of social importance hosted by the American Indian Community House, and the indie-music, folk and pop showcase “Porch Stomp” reuniting various artists exploring the city throughout their music, poetry and performances. Families looking for a different eating experience can try the Picnic at Dinner Time provided by Team MP which includes a special boat ride departing from Tribeca. Info:

@Bryant Park

The park’s annual series of free outdoor events will host an Evening with acclaimed singer Mykal Kilgore. Presented by Joe’s Pub, it will be a night of gospel, soul, R&B and some country with songs from his debut album “A Man Born Black”, the Award-nominated soulful work exploring themes of maturity, loss, faith, and hope. Saturday, June 26 at 7 pm. FREE. Info:

@Joyce Stream

As part of The Joyce Theater’s celebration of Gay Pride Month, the Foundation is streaming on its free platform the Premiere of “Animals and Angels” a queer love story featuring two female dancers. The project is by #QueerTheBallet under the artistic direction of choreographer Adriana Pierce. Created, filmed and performed by an entire crew of queer artists, the project is a delicate and timely depiction on the development of a relationship, its intimacy and values. The dance show is available to stream thru July 18. Info:


Located at 11 West 53rd Street in Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Arts is hosting a special exhibition highlighting the work of innovative Brazilian artists. “Fotoclubismo: Brazilian Modernist Photography, 1946-1964” is now on view thru September 26 and brings more than 60 photographs expanding decades in the personal making of images from members of Sao Paulo’s Foto-Cine Clube Bandeirantes, formed mostly by female photographers. The exhibition explores themes related to the country’s societal standards and political transformations. Info:

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