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October

Slow Cooked: An Evening with Marion Nestle

7:00pm - 8:15pm ET

MOFAD x The Greene Space Presents

In celebration of her new memoir, Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics, MOFAD and The Greene Space are thrilled to host nutrition and food studies pioneer Dr. Marion Nestle in conversation with journalist and author Laura Shapiro, as she reflects on her late-in-life career as a world-renowned food politics expert, public health advocate, and a founder of the field of food studies after facing decades of low expectations.
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First Peoples Week: Interwoven Futures

2:00pm - 6:00pm ET

First Peoples Week

People of all ages are invited to participate in this interactive celebration of culture created by the vibrant Native communities living within the boundaries of our city, state and region. You are welcome to come for all or just some of the program – one ticket gives you access to it all.
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First Peoples Week: Indian Country

7:00pm - 9:00pm ET

First Peoples Week

Join us for a staged reading of a new play by Kaili Y. Turner, Indian Country.
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POSTHOC Salon: The State of Sex

7:00pm - 8:00pm ET

Wanderlust Wednesdays

As part of The Greene Space’s Wanderlust Wednesdays series, POSTHOC Salon by Susan MacTavish Best will host an immersive evening with Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute Executive Director, Dr. Justin Garcia, about the Kinsey Institute’s latest research and findings around the expansive topics of sex, relationships and well-being.
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Steven Banks: “Begin Again” World Premiere

7:00pm - 8:00pm ET

WQXR's Artist Propulsion Lab Concert Series

As part of WQXR’s Artist Propulsion Lab series, saxophonist and composer Steven Banks brings the world premiere of his new composition, Begin Again, to The Greene Space.
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A Memorial Tribute to Ingram Marshall

7:00pm - 8:30pm ET

New Sounds Presents

The late American composer Ingram Marshall pioneered the use of tape delay, and later, digital delay, as part of the architecture of a composition. Marshall died this spring at the age of 80. Join host John Schaefer as musicians and colleagues gather to perform some of his best electroacoustic works.
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November

Song Emerging

7:00pm - 8:10pm ET

WQXR's Artist Propulsion Lab Concert Series

As part of WQXR’s Artist Propulsion Lab series, the Aizuri Quartet dives into the powerful and poignant world of song in an evening of live music and conversation.
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