NYC LIFE: Art Exhibit, Holiday Fun, Ballet, Film Festival

The last few days may have felt like summer, but the opening of the Holiday Shops and Ice Skating rink at Bryant Park reminds us that the holidays are just around the corner. Make sure to get your tickets for The Three Tomatoes Holiday Party too. Here are a few events you might enjoy this month.


Nov. 2-15. Art Exhibit Helps Feed the Homeless & Hungry

NYC LIFE: Art Exhibit, Holiday Fun, Ballet, Film Festival

You definitely want to head to Brookfield Place at the World Financial Center to see this amazing annual design competition of sculptures made entirely out of unopened cans of food. After the exhibition close, the cans of food will be donated to City Harvest to feed NYC’s poor and homeless. Get more details.


Nov. 9. Celebrate Young Filmmakers at the UN

NYC LIFE: Hikes, Young Filmmakers, Tomato Shows,

Here’s a chance to have lunch at the United Nations and see the winners of this year’s Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival celebrating young filmmakers from 6 to 18 years old from around the world. You will be amazed and inspired.  Get tickets.


Bryant Park Holiday Shops & Ice Skating Rink Now Open

NYC LIFE: Art Exhibit, Holiday Fun, Ballet, Film FestivalThe last few days may have felt like summer, but the opening of the Holiday Shops and Ice Skating rink at Bryant Park reminds us that the holidays are just around the corner. Bryant Park is one of our favorite places to stroll through anytime of the year, but especially during the holidays. Get all the details.


Ballet Lovers Will Love The Red Shoes

NYC LIFE: Art Exhibit, Holiday Fun, Ballet, Film FestivalA tale of passion and obsession, Matthew Bourne’s stylish and audacious new ballet The Red Shoes was exalted as “a feast for the eyes” by The Guardian, while The Daily Telegraph praised its magical qualities, declaring it “blissful.” Bourne’s thrilling adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1948 film (which was itself based on a tale by Hans Christian Andersen) is the story of a ballerina forced to choose between an affair of the heart and her rapturous love of dance. Featuring music written by composer Bernard Hermann for Citizen Kane and three other classic films, you won’t want to miss The Red Shoes when it comes to New York City Center. Get discount tickets via Goldstar.


 

 

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