This Week on Livestream | April 10, 2017

Watch live as Bill Clinton hosts the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Annual Activation Summit, Luria Petrucci joins Livestream Learn for the second webinar in a two-part series, and actors Rose Byrne and Renee Elise Goldsberry explore The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks at 92nd Street Y.

2017 Health Matters Summit | Clinton Foundation
Monday, April 10
10 AM ET
“Tune in to watch President Clinton host the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Annual Activation Summit, where leaders from healthcare, technology, business, education, sports, and government convene to discuss and inspire solutions that can improve health across America.”

2017 Digital Marketer Summit | Merkle
Tuesday, April 11
8:45 AM ET
“This year’s event focuses on Performance in Every Moment. Learn how to turn every customer interaction into a meaningful moment, discover innovative digital strategies that are shaping the future of digital and learn how to deliver a people-based marketing strategy.”

2017 New York Auto Show | Toyota
Wednesday, April 12
9:10 AM ET
“Four Wheeling. Scene Stealing. Toyota to premiere its FT-4X Concept.”

NY Auto Show | Subaru
Wednesday, April 12
10:15 AM ET
“Subaru has a lot to share at the 2017 New York International Auto Show. They’ll be displaying the all-new 2018 Crosstrek and the newly redesigned 2018 Outback. On April 12 at 10:15 AM EST, tune in for the reveal of a new vision for the future of Subaru.”

YOU dance | National Ballet Canada
Wednesday, April 12
12:15 PM ET
“The National Ballet of Canada’s YOU dance introduces students in grades four to six to the world of dance through free workshops and performances. YOU dance has livestreamed performances to classrooms across Canada for the past three years. Over 24,000 students have watched livestreams from coast to coast to coast.”

How To Stand Out With a Sophisticated Live Video Strategy | Livestream Learn
Wednesday, April 12
1:30 PM ET
“Live video is everywhere these days. How do you make sure your video doesn’t get lost in the crowd? We’re excited to welcome back guest Luria Petrucci for an advanced Livestream Learn to discuss how brands and content creators can use a few simple techniques to make their live video stand out, generate more leads, and create more engagement.”

Science Night Live: Is There a Human GPS System? | Hosftra University
Thursday, April 13
“How is it that some people always know how to get from one place to another, and others always get lost? What do we know about how humans navigate, and can we predict their actions before they even start? This talk explores navigation research using everything from video games to real-world forests – and confirms the belief that there are good navigators and people who are perpetually lost.”

Science Talks with Claudia Dreifus: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks | 92Y
Thursday, April 13
7:30 PM ET
“In anticipation of HBO Films’ all-star adaptation of Rebecca Skloot’s #1 New York Times bestselling book, Claudia Dreifus moderates a conversation with the author, members of the Lacks family, and actors Rose Byrne and Renee Elise Goldsberry, to explore the many facets of this remarkable true story.”

Misty Copeland | Author Events
Thursday, April 13
7:30 PM ET
“The first African-American principal dancer in the 75-year history of the elite American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland is one of the world’s most accomplished and recognizable artists. In her first health and fitness book, Copeland offers tips and encouragement to help people achieve lean, powerful physiques.”

Explosions in the Sky | Pitchfork Live
Friday, April 14

Dear Evan Hansen: Ben Platt and Michael Greif in Conversation with Ira Glass | 92Y
Sunday, April 16
7:30 PM ET
“Join actor Ben Platt and Tony Award nominated director Michael Greif for a discussion about this fresh, vibrant and utterly groundbreaking new musical, moderated by This American Life’s Ira Glass.”

This Week on Livestream | March 19, 2018

Watch live as Cleveland Cavaliers’ Larry Drew speaks with the press, John Oliver joins Nell Scovell in conversation at 92nd Street Y, and the Jazz for Young People series continues with an interactive celebration of Mary Lou Williams.

The Path Forward: Incarcerated America | New York Public Library
Monday, March 19
6:30 PM ET
“New York Public Library President Anthony Marx brings together criminal-justice-reform advocates from the right and left to discuss the complex of issues that our nation confronts when it comes to incarceration, particularly those faced by American youth.”

Mysterious Travelers Featuring Mike Kennedy | Author Events
Monday, March 19
“Mike Kennedy is a guitarist, composer, recording artist, and music educator. He has been performing in Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic regions since 1989 and continues stretching his boundaries.”

Coach Drew Postgame Media Availability vs. Milwaukee Bucks | Cleveland Cavaliers
Monday, March 19
9:30 PM ET
“Cavaliers associate head coach Larry Drew speaks with the media following Monday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Quicken Loans Arena.”

The 3:59 | CNET
11:15 AM ET
“Hangout while CNET covers a multitude of stories from around the tech world. CNET staff will take your questions and comments in the chat.”

Nell Scovell in Conversation with John Oliver | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, March 20
7:30 PM ET
“John Oliver, the Emmy-award winning comedian and host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, joins Scovell to discuss her recently-published memoir — Just the Funny Parts: … And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking Into the Hollywood Boys’ Club.”

Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis: Iris Apfel | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, March 21
7:30 PM ET
“Hear from this singular personality and visionary when she sits down for a career-spanning conversation with New York Fashion Week founder Fern Mallis.”

Cohabitation: Cities, Nature, and the Evolving Ecosystem | Hammer Museum
Wednesday, March 21
10:30 PM ET
“Examine the intersection of the built environment and Los Angeles’s natural habitat as the region prepares for a hotter and more populous future that can challenge the dynamics between urban environments, wildlife, and nature.”

Family Concert: Who is Mary Lou Williams? | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Friday, March 23
“The Jazz for Young People series continues with an hour-long, interactive celebration of composer, arranger, and pianist Mary Lou Williams. Families will learn the inspiring tale of a young woman who realized her dreams through determination, imagination, incredible talent, and a famously big heart.”