This Week on Livestream | March 13, 2017

Watch live as The New School streams from SXSW, punk legend Legs McNeil speaks at McNally Jackson Books, and the National Institute of Aerospace hosts a seminar series.


A Poem For Peter: The story of Ezra Jack Keats and the creation of The Snowy Day | 92nd Street Y
Monday, March 13
10:30 AM ET
“Join award-winning children’s book author Andrea Davis Pinkney for a reading of A Poem For Peter. Ms. Pinkneys’ lyrical narrative tells the inspiring story of a boy who pursued a dream, and who, in turn, inspired generations of other dreamers.”

The New Archive: How Tech Democratizes Historical Narratives | The New School
Monday, March 13
5:30 PM ET
“New School Professor Lauren Walsh and VII Agency photojournalist Ron Haviv talk about Lost Rolls America (LRA), a public photo archive that emphasizes a democratic process and prioritizes the role of photography in memory and history. This open discussion offers a broad meditation on how imagery impacts the recollection and narration of the past and how our relationship to images and memories has evolved.”

Please Kill Me: Legs McNeil & Gillian McCain | McNally Jackson Live
Monday, March 13
7 PM ET
“For the 20th anniversary of Please Kill Me, the now canonical oral history of New York punk, McNally Jackson welcomes authors Legs McNeil, the original New York punk himself, and Gillian McCain. The book follows The New York Dolls, The Ramones, and other legends through their travails at CBGB’s and across the Lower East Side.”

Robert Lepage with Paul Holdengräber: Theater of Memory | LIVE from the NYPL
Tuesday, March 14
7 PM ET
“Iconic playwright and director Robert Lepage returns to BAM in 2017 to stage his 10th production there. 887 Murray Avenue, Quebec City, Canada, named after the apartment complex where Lepage spent his youth, comes to life as a bewitching, tech-saturated dollhouse in this deeply personal solo work. Lepage comes to the New York Public Library to discuss the play and his experience unearthing a life’s worth of memories.”

HU Center for Atmospheric Research and Education Seminar Series | National Institute of Aerospace
Wednesday, March 15
“The overarching goal of CARE is to create a series of connected research opportunities that will take under-represented students from high school and undergraduate internships to graduate research and finally to employment opportunities at agencies such as NASA.”

MIT Excellence Awards Webcast | MIT
Thursday, March 16
3 PM ET
“The MIT Excellence Awards acknowledge the extraordinary efforts made by members of the community toward fulfilling the goals, values, and mission of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.”

The Photograph Not Taken- a Talk with Amy Arbus | B&H
Thursday, March 16
4 PM ET
“Amy will show the photographs she treasures most; both her own and those of her mentors. She will reveal their relationships, both their similarities and differences. Her theory is that shedding light on her instincts, thought process, and technique will help you to uncover the secrets of your own. After all, we share a common desire: to make the photograph not yet taken.”

Cheech Marin | Cheech Is Not My Real Name: …But Don’t Call Me Chong | Author Events
Thursday, March 16
7:30 PM ET
“In addition to the reams of Cheech and Chong comedy albums and films he and his partner wrote and starred in, Cheech Marin, half of the eponymous Grammy-winning stoner comedy duo, has dozens of other film and television roles under his belt, including a starring role on the show Nash Bridges and voice credits in a slew of Disney animated films. His long-awaited memoir delves not only into his legendary entertainment career, but also how he dodged the draft, acquired an expansive collection of Chicano art, and became a self-made icon.”

2017 ACA: Martial Arts | My Sport Live
Saturday, March 18
7 PM ET
“A range of Martial Arts will be on display at the world’s largest annual multi-sport festival. An initiative of Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Arnold Classic Australia Multi-Sport Festival features live sports, health and fitness workshops and activities, and sports stars.”

2017 ACA: ProRaw Powerlifting | My Sport Live
Saturday, March 18
7 PM ET
“Men’s 125kg and 125kg+ classes will be on display at the Arnold Classic Australia Multi-Sport Festival.”

This Week on Livestream | September 18, 2017

Watch live as The Greene Space discusses identity and racial justice, YogaVibes streams a free yoga class, and BLive Streaming brings the Indoor Cricket World Cup to screens around the world.


Cultural Criticism in the Era of Deconstructed Whiteness | The Greene Space
Monday, September 18
6:45 PM ET
“Join The Greene Space via live video stream as they discuss the ways to write about art and culture when perspectives are rooted in identity, racial justice, and social equality.”

Head Coach Mike McCarthy, Edgar Bennett, Dom Capers and Ron Zook press conference | Green Bay Packers
Monday, September 18
8 PM ET
“Watch Head Coach Mike McCarthy, Edgar Bennett, Dom Capers and Ron Zook take questions from the media.”

Death Row: Art from Inside and Outside The Prison Walls | Columbia Law School
Tuesday, September 19
6 PM ET
“This extraordinary collaborative project displays more than 60 works drawn from people on death row, as well as from some of America’s top political cartoonists.”

Art and Journalism, Past and Present: Eugene Richards, Sam Stephenson, and Arezoo Moseni | New York Public Library
Tuesday, September 19
6:30 PM ET
“Explore the work of two seminal documentary photographers, captured in two beautiful new books: Gene Smith’s Sink, the new biography by Sam Stephenson on photography’s most celebrated humanist, W. Eugene Smith; and The Run-On of Time, the first comprehensive and critical look at the work of Eugene Richards, a photographer following in Smith’s tradition.”

Tom Perrotta | Mrs. Fletcher | Author Events
Tuesday, September 19
7:30 PM ET
“Tom Perrotta is the author of some of the most popular and critically acclaimed novels of our time, including Election, which was adapted into an Oscar-nominated film starring Matthew Broderick and Reese Witherspoon; Little Children, which was adapted into a film for which he won an Academy Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay; and The Leftovers, named to several prominent best-of-the-year lists and adapted by HBO into a popular TV series.”

Politics Reborn | The Riverside Church of NYC
Wednesday, September 20
7 PM ET
“Join the Riverside Church in New York City for a night to celebrate and support the work of Politics Reborn, featuring Nina Turner.”

Thurs Powerful Flow Yoga w/ Grace Millsap | YogaVibes
Thursday, September 21
7 AM ET
“When moving with your breath, you not only oxygenate your body, but train your mind to be focused and aware – building coordination, strength, and stamina. This class is designed to challenge and inspire, and is perfect for those looking to move, flow, and grow.”

u.lab: Live Webcast | MIT Webcast
Thursday, September 21
10 AM ET
“You’ll learn the leadership knowledge that matters most: self-knowledge, deep listening, precise observation, and dialogue.”

Indoor Cricket World Cup | BLive Streaming
Friday, September 22
12:30 PM ET
“The finest indoor cricketing talent from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, England, Sri Lanka, India, Singapore, Malaysia and the UAE. Over 400 players and officials together for 7 days of competition from September 16-23, in Dubai’s newly renovated Insportz Club.”