This Week on Livestream | May 15, 2017

It’s that time of year again — graduation season! Watch live as J.J. Abrams delivers the commencement speech at Sarah Lawrence College, poet Claudia Rankine speaks at Colgate University, and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker delivers the address at Hamilton College.


Trump Travel Ban Hearing | LawNewz Network
Monday, May 15
1:30 PM ET
“Travel Ban 2.0 is back in the spotlight at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle. The court is hearing arguments over a Hawaii District Court judge’s decision to order a preliminary injunction blocking parts of President Donald Trump‘s executive order on immigration.”

Award for Excellence Ceremony | Pro Football Hall of Fame
Tuesday, May 16
1:45 PM ET
“The award-winning Pro Football Hall of Fame US Army Award of Excellence presented by Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz. This great honor will be bestowed on two outstanding high school students on Tuesday, May 16 at 1:45 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern.”

Transparent’s Jeffrey Tambor in Conversation with Judith Light | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, May 16
7:30 PM ET
“Beginning with Hank Hey Now! Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show, Jeffrey Tambor went on to create George Bluth in Arrested Development and the iconic Maura in Transparent. Join him as he discusses his new memoir, Are You Anybody? and reveals his creative process, as well as how a kid with a lisp and a depressive father drew inspiration from his life to create these iconic characters.”

What Would a Pence Presidency Look Like? | Hammer Museum
Tuesday, May 16
10:30 PM ET
“As investigations, infighting, and controversy continue to plague the Trump administration, a Mike Pence presidency lurches into consideration. UCLA faculty examine Pence’s political history in Indiana, his deep religious convictions, and his relationship with powerful patrons like the Koch brothers.”

Google I/O 2017 | CNET
Wednesday, May 17
12:30 PM ET
“Join Brian Tong and Lexy Savvides for live coverage of Google I/O 2017 from Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. They’ll carry the presentations live and offer up analysis of all the product highlights.”

Heartbreakers: From The Bottom of My Brain | The Greene Space
Wednesday, May 17
7 PM ET
“Rapper and essayist Dessa returns with the next event in this series – a collision of art, music and scientific research on love, sex, and human adventures in pair-bonding.”

Colm Tóibín | Author Events
Wednesday, May 17
7:30 PM ET
“Colm Tóibín is the author of an impressive list of novels, short stories, essays, plays, poetry, and criticism. In House of Names, Tóibín brings a modern sensibility and sympathy to the story of Clytemnestra, the vengeful wife of Ancient Greece’s King Agamemnon.”

New Sounds presents 2017 New York Guitar Festival | The Greene Space
Thursday, May 18
7 PM ET
“Building on last year’s sold-out event, the New York Guitar Festival and WNYC’s New Sounds present a four-week series that features a diverse cast of guitar slingers performing newly commissioned works and special collaborations.”

2017 Commencement | Sarah Lawrence College
Friday, May 19
10 AM ET
“The 89th Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony will be held Friday, May 19. The keynote speaker will be J.J. Abrams. Abrams’ long list of credits includes producing and directing Star Trek and its sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, and writing and directing the films Super 8 and Mission: Impossible III. Currently he produces the hit HBO series Westworld.”

Career Paths & Industry Advice: Gnomon Alumni Panel | Gnomon
Saturday, May 20
4 PM ET
“Gnomon alumni at Walt Disney Animation Studios, Blizzard Entertainment, and Pixomondo will share their unique career path stories. Casey McDermott, Senior Animator on Overwatch, Starcraft, and Warcraft, will discuss how he discovered his passion for the industry and will reveal the key to his success in the field so far.”

2017 Commencement | Colgate University
Sunday, May 21
“Nationally renowned poet Claudia Rankine will deliver the keynote address at Colgate’s 196th commencement.”

2017 Commencement | Hamilton College
Sunday, May 21
“Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker will deliver the Commencement address and receive an honorary degree.”

This Week on Livestream | May 22, 2017

Watch live as Splash! hosts a workshop at their New York office, the 2017 New York Guitar Festival comes to The Greene Space, and Doctors Without Borders gathers a panel of experts to discuss the migration crisis in Central America.


LIVE at 9 | Barstool Sports
Monday, May 22
9 PM ET
“Pat McAfee goes LIVE from the Indy 500 infield.”

Designing Your Event with Splash! | Livestream Learn
Tuesday, May 23
9 AM ET
“A 3-hour live tutorial for event marketers looking to enhance the look and feel of their event marketing efforts, covering easy design wins, automation tactics, and an introduction to new technologies and resources.”

Eagles Press Pass | Philadelphia Eagles
Tuesday, May 23
10:40 AM ET
“The Philadelphia Eagles hold a press conference on Livestream.”

2017 National Singles Racquetball Championships | USA Racquetball
Wednesday, May 24
12 PM ET
“The 2017 USA Racquetball National Singles Championships is the sport’s premiere singles tournament. Everyone is invited to watch for FREE via Livestream.”

Rethinking Othello with Tracy Chevalier | NYPL
Wednesday, May 24
6:30 PM ET
“Tracy Chevalier, the author of The Girl with the Pearl Earring, discusses her latest novel, New Boy, and the work of translating the 16th-century Venice of Othello to 1970s suburban Washington, DC.”

Joshua Ferris | Author Events
Wednesday, May 24
7:30 PM ET
“One of The New Yorker’s ’20 Under 40′ writers and winner of the International Dylan Thomas Prize, Joshua Ferris has published fiction in Granta, Prairie Schooner, and Best American Voices, among other places. The Dinner Party, his first story collection, is rife with characters searching for answers in the aftermath of life’s pitfalls.”

2017 New York Guitar Festival | The Greene Space
Thursday, May 25
7 PM ET
New Sounds‘ John Schaefer hosts an evening with Margaret Glaspy, whose sharp-edged indie rock has been described by Pitchfork as ‘a collection of compact grunge-rock and breezy torch songs that variously recall Elliott Smith and Joni Mitchell.'”

Forced to Flee: A Migration Crisis in Central America | Doctors Without Borders
Thursday, May 25
8 PM ET
“The webcast panel discussion will present key findings from MSF’s report, based on two years of medical data, patient surveys, and testimonies gathered by MSF teams treating people along migration routes in Mexico.”

Becoming Our Father: Johnny Cash’s Daughters in Conversation | Country Music Hall of Fame
Saturday, May 27
3 PM ET
“Johnny Cash’s daughters will share stories, remembrances, and perspectives on Johnny Cash, and will discuss and reveal photographs never seen outside the family.”