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Agenda Cultural: 7 January, 2022

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By Roger Costa

@NJPAC

The iconic soul/jazz star Stephanie Mills will grace her fans with a special show at NJPAC, 1 Center Street Newark. After reaching stardom with the creation of the Dorothy role in Broadway’s “The Wiz”, Mills became one of America’s most notorious songstress, inspiring and influencing the generations that came after her. On Saturday, January 15th at 8pm, she will be joined by legendary and super R&B group The Whispers, the old school group that keeps its original members since its formation, over 40 years ago. Tickets $50.-$100. INFO: www.NJPAC.org

@MoMA

The sculptor and painter Alexander Calder is considered one of the most inventive and ahead-of-his-time artists of the 20th century. The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, celebrates the legacy of the artist with the expansive and luminous exhibition “Alexander Calder: Modern from the Start”, a compilation of large-sized sculptures, drawings and paintings in display through January 15th. Exploring his use of wood, wire, jewelry, mobiles in motion and abstracts, visitors will be able to admire renowned works such “Lobster Trap and Fish Tail” conceived in the 1930’s, the recently restored “Man-eater with Pennants”, among others drawn from the Museum’s catalogue. INFO: www.MoMA.org

@Museum of the Moving Image

As part of its annual series Curator’s Choice, a selection of some of the best movies released in the past year, MoMI, located at 36-01 35 Avenue, Astoria, Queens continues to screen Award-buzzed films, as well as great and important cinematic works that reveal aspects of our lives during the Pandemic times. Through January 16th visitors will be offered a variety of hits to be re-discovered or explored for the first time. The series include Japan’s Oscar entry “Drive My Car”, Wes Anderson journalistic ode “The French Dispatch”, Jessica King’s acclaimed doc “Ascension”, as well as the Documentary Oscar front-runner “Summer of Soul” directed by Questlove, and others. Some screenings feature live conversations with filmmakers. INFO: www.MovingImage.us

@The Joyce Theater

The incredible Soledad Barrio returns to the stage of The Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan along with her exuberant Noche Flamenca. A worldwide famous choreographer and leading dancer, Soledad has been enchanting audiences with her enthusiastic, heated dancing style for decades. An audience favorite at the Joyce, Soledad will perform her latest show from January 25th thru February 6th under the Artistic Direction of Martin Santangelo. Tickets start at $10. INFO: www.Joyce.org


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