This Wednesday Is Tribeca Art+Culture Night

On Wednesday, March 14, Tribeca Art+Culture Night kicks off its 2018 season with its seventh edition, featuring more than 100 artists and creatives and eight exclusive events. The program will take place across 25 Lower Manhattan venues including Artists Space, Bortolami, Postmasters, Hercules Art, and the TAC Night’s Festival Hub at 44 Hudson. (More on the Hub below….)

Highlights of this edition are a private walk-through of Michel Parmentier’s first U.S. solo show (Ortuzar Projects), a paper-cutting performance with artist Xin Song (Pearl River), a Forensic Sculpture exhibition (New York Academy of Art), a swing dance class with professional ballroom dancers, 100 breath drawings by Melissa McGill, interactive installations at Postmasters, a puppeteer workshop (The Flea Theater), a perfume-making demonstration with Sue Phillips, underground fashion photography at Hal Bromm, and so much more….

You need to RSVP so we can communicate to you key information ahead of the festival (such as the list of participating venues, exhibitions, program of exclusive events, and of course the map you’ll need to navigate the festival!) and also better plan the schedule of events.

As for the TAC Night Festival Hub at 44 Hudson, explorers can connect, grab a map, and ask questions from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. There will be a photo booth, an exhibition of work by David King Reuben, and an exclusive opportunity to speed date with the artist himself (7-9 p.m.). “It’s not what you think,” says TAC organizer Jennifer Famery-Mariani. “Each participant will be given a three-minute slot to to ask questions, learn how he sees the world, and discover what stimulates his creativity and imagination.” Only 25 people will be able to participate. Also, participants can have David capture the essence of their conversation in a live drawing performance. For this, you’ll only need to bring a white plate and you’ll walk away with a one-of-a-kind artwork.


Sponsored by Tribeca Art+Culture Night.


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