NYC Culture on the Cheap: Weekend 1/18

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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP TO BOTTOM
1. SPORTY FUN: All Weekend – J.P. Morgan Squash Tournament in Grand Central $5 and up.
2. MUSIC: 1/18 & 1/19 – Paris 1919 John Cale accompanied by the Wordless Music Orchestra to perform his 1973 pop-art landmark. 8pm $20 and up. Limited seats available
3. MUSIC: 1/18 – Rumours Live – A Fleetwood Mac Tribute with .357 Lover, Balthrop Alabama & Awkward Book Club. Doors 7pm Show 8pm $10.
4. MUSIC/MULTIMEDIA: 1/18 – The Naura Elegies w/ DJ Spooky performance/multimedia event 7pm
5. THEATER: 1/18 – Radiohole’s Inflatable Frankenstein, avant garde theater about the tragic life of Mary Shelley. Waitlist left. $20
6. ART/PRESENTATION: 1/18 – The Birth of a Scent: Viktor&Rolf Spicebomb; fully interactive presentation explaining the process behind the creation of this work by olfactory artist Carlos Benaim. 7:30pm. $15.
7. ART/THEATER: 1/18 & 1/19 through 2/3 – Flint and Tinder presents: Loss Machine by Kyle Loven. Part installation, part image-driven theater, intimate in scale, this wistful one-man show combines puppets, objects, sound, and original music, in a visual exploration of loss and discovery. 7pm $15
8. ART: 1/19 – Frozen Lakes Exhibit Opening at Artist Space 6 to 8pm. FREE
9. ART/TECH: 1/19 – Eyebeam Chats: Artists in Conversation 12 to 6pm FREE
10. ART/FUN: 1/19 – Ice Festival at Belvedere Castle 12 to 3pm FREE
11. MUSIC: 1/19 – Elysian Fields w/Marissa Nadler & Ramona Lisa. Doors 6:30pm Show 7pm $15
12. COMEDY: 1/19 – Greg Proops The Smartest Man in the World: 8:30pm $15
13. ART/FILM: 1/18 & 1/19 through 2/9 – Marilyn Monroe: The Lost Film of Peter Mangone FREE
14. ART/PERFORMANCE: 1/20 – Aki Sasamoto: Talking in Circles in Talking 7pm at Soloway FREE
15. THEATER: All weekend & through 2/17 – The Vandal by Hamish Linklater $45 Sat Mat. All other perfs: $50
16. ART/PRESENTATION: 1/20 – Taisha Paggett Hands On Blindfold Challenge 2 to 4pm (create art blindfolded) FREE
17. READINGS/DISCUSSION: 1/20 – A. Peter Bailey’s play “Malcolm, Martin and Medgar,” an imagined reunion of the slain civil rights icons, with WNYC’s Brian Lehrer & journalist Farai Chidaya. 3 to 5pm. FREE with reservation.
18. FILM: 1/20 – This is Not a Film: Documentary smuggled out of Iran in a flash drive in a cake. 3 to 5pm $12
MORE EVENTS & LAST CALLS
Last weekend to see Christian Marclay’s The Clock at MoMA. Also check out The Caravan Project “a museum by delivery” installation & performance by Eiko & Koma. Both FREE on Friday from 4 to 8pm
Last weekend to see Picasso Black and White at Guggenheim. Pay-what-you-wish Sat 5:45 to 7:45pm.
1/18 Discussion: Artist Judith Bernstein and Paul McCarthy New Museum 7pm $8
1/20 Architecture Workshop: Environmental Resiliency WorkshopUrban Ecology in the Face of Natural Disasters 1 to 3pm. FREE
All weekend in Dance: American Realness Festival at Abrons Arts Center. Various performances and showtimes. $20

Check our previous Culture on the Cheap posts for ongoing events and check back over the weekend for possible updates. Enjoy!

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