JAY JAXON: 40 Years Of Fashion Design Brilliance | Past, Present, Future
The Jay Jaxon exhibition celebrates the life of Queens native Jay Jaxon as an American Fashion Designer, Haute Couture Designer, and Costume Designer. Further, it restores the history of Jaxon by displaying artifacts and objects from his personal design archives as well as primary sources from the research of fashion scholar and guest curator Rachel Fenderson. #jayjaxonqueensVenue: Kingsland Homestead in Margaret I. Carman Green - Weeping Beech
5729, 143-1 37th Avenue
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'Summer Fun' + 'You're Pretty Gay': Jeanne Thornton and Drew Pisarra at Online
Fri | 6-7pm
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents: Celebrate the release of Summer Fun, Jeanne Thornton's second novel and You're Pretty Gay, Drew Pisarra's new collection of short stories. The form...
OUTDOOR ‘READING ROOM’ RETURNS TO BRYANT PARK at Bryant Park
Through Oct 29 Tue
The iconic al fresco Reading Room and other free activities for the public have returned to Bryant Park, in Midtown. Introduced in Bryant Park in 2003, the Reading Room was modeled after an “Open Air ...
OUTDOOR ‘READING ROOM’ RETURNS TO HERALD SQUARE PARK IN MIDTOWN at Herald Square Park
Through Oct 29 Thu
The iconic al fresco Reading Room and other free activities for the public have returned to Herald Square Park in Midtown. The Herald Square Park Reading Room was introduced in 2014, and includes read...