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Agenda Cultural: 11 November, 2022


By Roger Costa

@The Newark Museum

Examining the varied forms of animal life adaptation and transformations and the effects caused by humankind on Planet Earth, the visually stunning, immersive exhibition “Animal Kingdom” is an essential, curious, fun and informative program for all ages. Kids will be amazed by the discoveries: aspects of animal habitat in wetlands, forests and coastal lands. They will also be encouraged to create art in the laboratory, play a fun Animal Match game, as well as experiencing how extinct animals lived here thousands of years ago. On view thru May 2024. The Newark Museum of Art is located at 49 Washington Street, opens Thursday-Sundays 11am-5pm. Tickets $10. Free for Newark Residents, students, children under 2. INFO:

@92NY Kaufmann Concert Hall

Grammy award-winner composer and guitarist Sharon Isbin knows how to enchant her listeners. Her firm and sensitive strings are all inspiring, motivational and relaxing. She has collaborated with many talented artists, including several Brazilian musicians. Recently named the Instrumentalist of the Year, this multi-talented and renowned musician will bring her master craft to 92NY Kauffman Concert Hall, 1395 Lexington Avenue (between 91st and 92nd Streets) on Saturday, November 12th at 7:30pm. She will be joined by The Pacifica Quartet in a marvelous program that includes the world premiere of Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer Joseph Schwantner’s evocative “Song of a Dreaming Sparrow”, as well as excerpts from “Souvenirs of Spain & Italy”, Brouwer’s “El Decameron Negro” and others. Tickets start at $25. INFO:


As part of the annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival, NJPAC, 1 Center Street is reuniting several acclaimed hip hop artists, musicians, poets and spoken words performers for a historic celebration entitled “Represent! A Night of Hip Hop & Spoken Word”. Musical Director Christian McBride will lead the night hosting names such as Black Thought, Rakim, Speech, Chuck D, Dupre ‘Doitall’ Kelly, Nikki Giovanni, jessica Care moore, Javon Jackson, Ravi Coltrane, Mayor Ras Baraka, The Last Poets, Sean Battle, Treasure Borde and other special guests, for a multi-cultural reflection on social issues, justice, change, success and joy. Saturday, November 19th at 8pm. Tickets $29-$89. INFO:


Brasilia-born artist Dalton Paula works with painting, photography and installation. Some of his large-scale paintings and portraits are now on view at MoMA, 11 West 53rd Street, as part of the mega collective exhibition “Critical Fabulations” on 2nd Floor. His works include “Liberata”, “Chico Rei”, “Zumbi” e outros. The gallery, part of the 1970’s-To Present Collection explores the aftermath of slavery and the aspects of colonialism. INFO:

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