Liz Thomson, founder of The Village Trip, talks about her much-praised biography, Joan Baez: The Last Leaf (Palazzo Editions) with Grammy-nominated music historian Arthur Levy and singer-songwriter David Massengill. Presented in partnership with Village Preservation.
January 13, 2021: Watch a recording.
Meredith Marciano discusses her art-making process and 30+ years
roaming the streets of downtown and New York to find the perfect shot.
In partnership with Village Preservation.
Monday September 21, 2020 at 6pm via Zoom: Watch a recording and read an interview.
We hope all Village Trippers are safe and well in these difficult times. The festival will be back in 2021, but like everyone else we are of course awaiting advice and guidance from New York City authorities.
We at The Village Trip know how important it is to support musicians, whose lives and livelihoods have been so disrupted by the heath crisis, and the clubs and other performance spaces of Greenwich Village in which so many careers have been made. We aim to host some online fundraisers early in 2021.
The arts make life worthwhile and we need more than ever to gather and celebrate them. Until then, stay safe and well.
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Many thanks to everyone.
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