Second Installment of the In Situ Conversation Series Coming June 14
May 25th, 2017
Creative Time and The New York Public Library are proud to present the latest installment of their collaborative venture In Situ, a site-specific series of conversations pairing leading artists and intellectuals to address critical topics of our time.
Focusing on the theme of “How to Construct a 21st Century Feminism,” the conversation will feature poet Eileen Myles, with Jezebel.com founder, Anna Holmes, and will be followed by a performance by JD Samson of MEN and Le Tigre along with members of The Lower Eastside Girls Club.
Tickets for the June 14th event are available here. A limited number of Behind the Scenes tickets are available, offering guests stage-side seating as well as an invitation to join speakers for a reception following the talk.
The event, which will take place on the evening of June 14 at The Lower Eastside Girls Club, is the second of three conversations in iconic locations throughout New York City this year. The first iteration of In Situ took place in March at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and featured a conversation between Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek and artist Janine Antoni, moderated by Sister Helen Prejean, and a performance by Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir. Click to learn more.
With a half-century of combined expertise presenting landmark events, the collaboration between Creative Time and The New York Public Library presents dialogues and performances that engage diverse audiences.
The third in the series of In Situ conversations will be announced this summer.