Happiness Therapy with Stefan Sagmeister Thursday, May 2, 2013 8pm–11pm
Come on get happy with a night of activities inspired by the current exhibition Six Things: Sagmeister & Walsh. Designer Stefan Sagmeister will kick-off the evening with a preview of his documentary feature The Happy Film, now in post-production, followed by Juan Maclean DJ set, open bar, art activities, free neck and back massages, custom temporary tattoos by Tattly and sweets provided by Economy Candy! Come early & enter the raffle for an item signed by the Sagmeister & Walsh team.
Open bar with ID Beer courtesy of Shmaltz Brewing Company
Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 day of event
This program is funded by a generous endowment from the Saul and Harriet M. Rothkopf Family Foundation.
Past Wind Up Events
Pretty Good Friends with Eugene Mirman Thursday, February 21, 8:00PM
A Night of Comedy and Music Starring: Eugene Mirman Todd Barry Wyatt Cenac and Jena Friedman Music by Eleanor Friedberger
Open bar with Beer & Wine. Beer courtesy of Shmaltz Brewing
8:00pm Doors 8:30pm Exhibition Tours 9:00pm Show
$12 in advance; $15 day of event
SOLD OUT! **Please note this event will be mixed seated and standing. Arrive early for best seat selection.
Crossing Borders: An International Beer Festival Thursday, November 15 8-11pm
Join us for an international beer tasting featuring beers from Italy, Germany, England, Belgium and the U.S., new brass band music by Brooklyn's own Slavic Soul Party! and tours of the current exhibition, Crossing Borders: Manuscripts from the Bodleian Libraries. Complimentary snacks and open bar. Beers courtesy of Shmaltz Brewing Company and the New York City Brewers Guild. Tickets: $12 in advance; $15 day of event
LA FRENCH SALON SOIREE Thursday, May 17, 8 to 11 pm
Experience the artistic social scene of early 20th century Paris. Dress in your finest salon era garb and celebrate in style. Acrobatic performances by Trixie Little & The Evil Hate Monkey, Music by Les Chauds Lapins, Tours of the exhibition Edouard Vuillard: A Painter and His Muses, 1890–1940, Master illusionist Jeff Grow, Live event drawings by artist Luma Rouge, Open bar.
I'd like to offer this track as a free download to encourage people to explore The Jewish Museum, and show what can happen when you have cross-cultural exchanges that invigorate all parties involved. It was a pleasure to work with Kehinde Wiley, Kalkidan and The Jewish Museum on their March 8th event in conjunction with the exhibition Kehinde Wiley/The World Stage: Israel. The full EP is named after the museum's evening series, The Wind Up. Hopefully you will be inspired to check out the rest of the material - how many times do we get a chance to hear Afro-Diasporic hip hop in Hebrew?!
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky NY 2012
The entire album will be available on iTunes. In the meantime download or listen to "Kalkidan" now.
Kalkidan and DJ Spooky
Thursday, March 8, 2012, 8:00 pm.
Exhibition preview of Kehinde Wiley/The World Stage: Israel and performance by Ethiopian-Israeli hip-hop artist Kalkidan Mashasha with composer, multimedia artist and writer Paul Miller, aka DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid. Check out photos from the event here >
Kalkidan is the subject of a portrait by Kehinde Wiley that will be on view in the exhibition, Kehinde Wiley/The World Stage: Israel. He is recognized internationally as a pioneer in the genre of Hip Hop/Reggae in Israel, and his music takes on all aspects of Israeli life. He has toured in both the US and Israel.
Paul D. Miller has worked on a number of compilations, remixes and collections of material, including original compositions. His written work has appeared in The Village Voice and Artforum among other publications. His work as a media artist has appeared in the Whitney Biennial and many other museums and galleries. He is the author of the Rhythm Science and Sound Unbound.
Image credit:DJ Spooky/Novara Jazz Festival 2007, Giancarlo Minelli
Special Film Screening of Remembrance Thursday, January 19, 2012, 7:30 pm.
Inspired by actual events, Remembrance depicts a remarkable love story that blossomed in Poland during World War II. In a daring escape from a concentration camp, Tomasz, a young Polish prisoner, rescues his Jewish lover, Hannah. During the chaos at the end of the war, they are forcibly separated and each is convinced the other has died. More than 30 years later, Hannah believes she has seen her Tomasz interviewed on television and she begins to search for him again. Complimentary wine, beer and snacks will be served.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Scott Foundas, Associate Director of Programming, Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Directed by Anna Justice English, German and Polish with English Subtitles | 2011 | Running Time: 105m This screening is presented in conjunction with The New York Jewish Film Festival
This program has been endowed by the Saul and Harriet M. Rothkopf Family Foundation.