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Agenda Cultural: 20 January, 2023


By Roger Costa

@The Shed

Gathering the vast work of artist and activist Claudia Andujar as well as others signed by Yanomami artists, The Shed, 545 West 30th Street, is hosting the North American premiere of “The Yanomami Struggle”, an engaging and comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the collaboration between the activist and the largest Indigenous group living in the Amazonia today. Featuring 200 photographies by Claudia, 80 drawings and paintings by Yanomami artists such as Andre Taniki, Ehuana Yaira and Joseca Mokahesi among others, visual installations and videos, the exhibition raises awareness to their land, their culture, nature devotion and of course, their challenges and battle for preservation. On view from February 3-April 16. INFO:

@The Newark Museum

Celebrating Latinx music and performance, The Newark Museum, 48 Washington Street, hosts the special event Art After Dark: Musica Latina, showcasing the contagious rythms of salsa. Participants will get to learn salsa with master instructors from Smiling David Dance School, shake it off to KY3 Latin Band, and discover the Mariachi sounds by Sol Azteca De New York. Artist Adam Cruz will exhibit his work, while DJs Duce Martinez and Milllie Milz heat up the floor. Planetarium shows will also be available screening “Tales of the Maya Skies”. Thursday, February 2nd, 7-11pm. Tickets $13. INFO:


The annual comedy festival Valentine’s All Star Comedy Show returns to NJPAC, 1 Center Street, on Saturday February 11 for a hilarious, outrageous fun-packed spectacle. Set for 7pm and 9:30pm, the mega event gathers some of the hottest and most accomplished comedians currently performing in America. Newark’s very own Bill Bellamy, star of many TV shows including “Def Comedy Jam”, will host the star-studded night, including established names such as Eddie Griffin, Adele Givens, Tommy Davidson and Smokey Suarez. Get yourself ready for a night of guilty pleasure laughter next to your soulmate. Tickets: $50-$100. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell, the wonderfully energized company Hubbard Street Dance Chicago marks their 45th anniversary returning to The Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue, Chelsea with the program “Sapphire Season”. From February 14-19 the company performs hits such as “The Bystander” a distinguished solo by Kyle Abraham, the hypnotic duet “Ne Me Quitte Pas” by Spenser Theberg, the irresistible “Bolero”, and the incomparable “BUSK” among other choreographies. Curtain Chat on February 15 and Family Matinee on Saturday, 18th at 2pm. Tickets start at $10. INFO:


As part of the annual To Save and Project Film Festival, dedicated to the preservation of rare films, now in its 19th season, The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, continues to screen little seen or undiscovered pearls of classic cinema. The program features Luis Bunuel’s “This Strange Passion” on Saturday, January 21 at 4pm and Jean de Limur’s “The Letter” on Wednesday, the 25th at 7pm, among the most exciting upcoming titles. Through February 2nd. INFO:

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