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Framing the Village Exhibition

Revelation Gallery at St John's in the Village 218 W 11th Street, NY

By the 1850s, the Village was a living art colony and by the time sculptor and heiress Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney established her first gallery in MacDougal Alley in 1907 there was an embarrassment of riches for her to choose from.


Bad, Rad, and Boho Women of the Village Walking Tour

Judson Memorial Church 55 Washington Square South, New York

Join public historian Kathleen Hulser to hear about mavericks such as Emma Goldman, Isadora Duncan, Dorothy Day, Mabel Dodge, Louise Bryant, Eleanor Roosevelt, Lorraine Hansberry, Nina Simone, Jane Jacobs, and Angela Davis and the many other rebellious spirits who left their mark on Greenwich Village – and on the world.

$25 – $30

Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Legacy

LGBTQ Center 208 W 13 Street, NY

A panel, chaired by public historian Kathleen Hulser, will assess the legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt, a brave woman ahead of her time whose beliefs were shaped by her life in the Village.


Chords of Fame: A Salute to Phil Ochs

The Bitter End 147 Bleecker Street, New York

A distinguished group of artists, spanning the generations, will offer their interpretations of Ochs’ songs and honor his legacy of social activism. The evening, which will be emceed by Danny Goldberg.

$20 – $25

Hot Summer Jazz Series: Jay Clayton Quartet

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Internationally acclaimed vocalist, composer, and educator, Jay Clayton, will be joined on stage by Jay Anderson on bass and Ed Neumeister on trombone.