This Week on Livestream | March 6, 2017

Watch live as Sentinel-2B launches from French Guinea, The Body Shop celebrates International Women’s Day, and B&H presents best practices for creative photographers.


Popular Struggles in South Africa | The Brooklyn Commons
Monday, March 6
7:30 PM ET
“A discussion of current and future liberation movements in South Africa with Trevor Ngwane, Luke Sinwell, and Manny Ness.”

Sentinel-2B Launch Event from Darmstadt | European Space Agency
Monday, March 6
7:30 PM ET
“Follow the Sentinel-2B launch event at ESA’s operations centre in Darmstadt, Germany. At the event, 100 selected social media players from all over Europe, official guests, ESA Earth observation experts and the new generation of Copernicus data users will follow the launch of the second satellite in the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission in an informal and interactive setting.”

Sentinel-2B Launch from Kourou | European Space Agency
Monday, March 6
7:30 PM ET
“The second in the two-satellite Sentinel-2 mission is set for launch from French Guiana on 7 March at 2:49 CET.”

Rittenhouse Writers: Reflections on a Fiction Workshop | Author Events
Tuesday, March 7
7:30 PM ET
“The founder and head of the Rittenhouse Writers’ Group for its nearly 30-year existence, James Rahn has made this venerable workshop one of America’s longest running and most prestigious. This event will feature Rittenhouse luminaries Diane McKinney-Whetstone, author of the novels Lazeretto and Tumbling; and Tom Teti, a longtime member and former board member of the People’s Light theatre.”

TBS Talks Special – IWD 2017 | The Body Shop
Wednesday, March 8
10 AM ET
“Live from Littlehampton, UK — the home of The Body Shop. This special one-hour panel discussion will focus on International Women’s Day 2017, #beboldforchange, and how business can be a force for good. Click ‘get notified’ so you don’t miss this special event!”

Beyond the Green Zone: Sponsored by Canon | bheventspace
Wednesday, March 8
4 PM ET
“How do you make intelligent and thoughtful choices in camera settings? In this presentation, Canon USA’s Rudy Winston will give you guidance to do exactly that. Using excellent sample images and clear on-screen graphics, this B&H Event will give you the information and visual ‘push’ you may need to move past the full auto green shooting mode, and begin to explore more creative photography with your camera.”

The Film Ministry: Nazi Mass Media and Anti-Semitic Film Propaganda | The National WWII Museum
Wednesday, March 8
7 PM ET
“Join David Culbert, PhD, of Louisiana State University as he presents a multimedia lecture on Nazi film propaganda. Dr. Culbert’s lecture will show clips of propaganda films and discuss his article, The Impact of Anti-Semitic Film Propaganda on German Audiences: Jew Suss and The Wandering Jew, from the book Art, Culture, and Media under the Third Reich.”

Architecture, War, and the Erasure of Identity | The New School
Thursday, March 9
6 PM ET
“Buildings and sites that have stood for millenia have been targeted as artifacts of cultural heritage, ‘particularly in campaigns of ethnic genocide and cleansing.’ The film examines the links between the protection of culture and the protection of human rights. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.”

Stuart Duncan: Fiddle: Musician Spotlight | Country Music Hall of Fame
Sunday, March 12
2 PM ET
“Stuart Duncan is a master fiddler whose skill and imagination have made him one of the most in-demand musicians in America. He has been featured on approximately nine hundred recordings including works by Elvis Costello, Jerry Douglas, Béla Fleck, Alan Jackson, Mark Knopfler, Diana Krall, Panic at the Disco, and Dolly Parton.”

This Week on Livestream | June 19, 2017

Watch live as the leaders of the Women’s March join Dr. Johnnetta Cole at the Riverside Church for JUNETEENTH, ESA presents its programs at the Paris Air and Space Show, and Livestream Learn hits the road for a special webinar on how businesses are redrawing the line between work and tech.


JUNETEENTH 2017 | Riverside Church NYC
Monday, June 19
7 PM ET
“Join the Riverside Church in New York City for JUNETEENTH 2017 with Women’s March leaders Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland and Janaye Ingram, Smithsonian’s Dr. Johnnetta Cole, and musical guests Cyrus Chestnut, Wycliffe Gordon, and Brandie Sutton.”

ESA at the Paris Air and Space Show 2017 | European Space Agency
Tuesday, June 20
5 AM ET
“ESA will present its programs in a dedicated exhibition pavilion between the two full-scale models of the Ariane 1 and Ariane 5 launchers near the permanent Air and Space Museum.”

Yahoo CIO: Rethinking Information Technology | CXOTALK
Tuesday, June 20
1 PM ET
“In this episode, Ben Haines, Enterprise CIO of early Internet pioneer Yahoo, shares his ideas on rethinking IT to meet market shifts head-on in today’s exponential digital era.”

Ellevate Summit | Ellevate Network
Wednesday, June 21
9 AM ET
“Ellevate Network is hosting its first ever annual Summit to celebrate its 20 year anniversary. We’ll convene thought leaders, activists, business leaders, and changemakers, to discuss actionable solutions to increasing diversity and closing the gender gap. It’s time to own our power and mobilize, together, to get what’s ours.”

2017 California National Guard Junior Olympic Championships | USA Racquetball
Wednesday, June 21
1 PM ET
“The 2017 California National Guard Junior Olympic Championships presented by Penn and Visit Stockton are being streamed on June 21 at 1 PM ET. This is the sport’s premiere juniors tournament.”

Smarter Workplaces with Convene and Livestream | Livestream Learn
Wednesday, June 21
6:35 PM ET
“What does the future of work look like in an increasingly connected world? Industry leader Convene, startup incubator Bostinno, and Livestream present a special webinar event about how businesses are redrawing the lines between work and tech.”

Close-Up and Macro Photography | B&H Event Space
Thursday, June 22
“There is an entire universe of beauty, fascination, and intrigue on a scale not readily captured in conventional photography. This presentation will show you how to get close, closer and really close to the wonderful details and never-ending curiosities of both natural and man-made objects.”

The National | Pitchfork Live
Thursday, June 22
5 PM ET
“Pitchfork is pleased to announce that the National will be the next band featured on their Pitchfork Live series, which streams live on their homepage and Facebook. On Thursday, June 22, the National will play an intimate set at Centquatre in Paris, offering a sneak preview of their appearance at Pitchfork Music Festival Paris.”

WQXR presents The Opera Party: Pride without Prejudice | The Greene Space
Thursday, June 22
7 PM ET
“Loosen the laces of your corset for WQXR’s first official celebration of NYC Pride Week. Join co-host Justin Vivian Bond for a searing romp with tenor and force-of-nature Anthony Dean Griffey.”

Dr. Kwabena Boahen – Neuromorphic Computing | Carnegie Science
Thursday, June 22
6:30 PM ET
“As engineers shrink electrical transistors down to nanoscale dimensions, electrons get trapped, making it difficult for digital computers to work as well as they should. In contrast, our brains have nano-sized channels through which tiny charged particles pass freely when they are opened. Dr. Boahen’s team creates computer technology that mimics the way our brains are wired.”

Sherman Alexie | You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me | Author Events
Thursday, June 22
7:30 PM ET
“Sherman Alexie is acclaimed for prose that ‘startles and dazzles with unexpected, impossible-to-anticipate moves’ (The Boston Globe). His new book is a searing and soaring memoir about his difficult childhood and complicated maternal relationship.”

TEDxRVA | TEDx
Friday, June 23
1 AM ET
“TEDxRVA 2017 will be a place to hear and explore stories about change-making by local, national and international voices.”

Dirt Dessert 2017 | Tele Ho
Saturday, June 24
5 AM ET
“Riders will measure their skills on the thrilling and well-known track at the foothills of Jost.”