Seen & Heard: Affordable Photography Fair

••• From the Museum of Jewish Heritage: “In honor of Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), admission to the Museum will be free of charge tomorrow, April 16. Come to the Museum to remember those who were lost and learn from those who survived. Survivors will be in the galleries from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. to give testimony and insight into some of their personal artifacts that are on display. The Museum will be open until 5:45 p.m.”

••• Opening April 23 at Patrick Parrish: the first New York City exhibit of Miami-based artist Emmett Moore: “Drawing inspiration from the digital realm, this series of functional objects will be fabricated using traditional furniture materials including wood, glass and steel while replacing traditional joinery with 3D-printed sculptural hubs comprised of digital jumbles of mechanical parts.”

••• Soho Photo is hosting an Affordable Photography Fair from May 15 through 18: “All prints are priced at $100 in a range of sizes up to 16 x 20 inches matted.”

••• Press release: “Pen Parentis Literary Salons close an exciting season with readings by internationally best-selling author Sarah Pekkanen, Pulitzer Prize nominee Charles McNair, Amazon #1 Women’s Fiction pick author Amy Scheibe, and triple-threat writing phenomenon Liz Rosenberg. ” It’s May 12 at Andaz Wall Street. Admission is free but RSVP is recommended through the Pen Parentis website.”