Citizen of Tribeca | Seen and Heard: Cooking Class in the City Center
Seen and Heard: Cooking Class in the City Center
THE INSTITUTE OF ED CULINARY REOPENED
The Institute of Culinary Education reopened its Brookfield Place (225 Liberty) campus this summer for the first time since March 2020 and now offers a series of fall courses for home cooks (they also train professionals, but it is a separate program). The school offers recreational cooking, baking and drinking classes, including everything from knife skills and donut workshops to flavors of the world. See the schedule here.
SCROLL AT HUDSON SQUARE
The Hudson Square BID has a new $ 22 million plan, created by local urban planner Claire Weisz and her company WXY, that will change the landscape of neighborhood streets, adding trees, wider sidewalks, protected bike lanes. and a new and improved Greenwich Street. Later, but if you can’t wait to see it, scroll down here. Take your Dramamine first!
NEW SHOW AT THE PACE ART GALLERY
The Pace University Art Gallery has opened an exhibition titled âSubstanceâ until October 30, featuring abstract artists Diego Anaya, Liz Atz, Linda Ekstrom and Alberto Lule. Anaya’s work is minimalist in its imagery and he celebrates his Mexican heritage by using ground corn, corn ash and sand. Atz will recreate a large-scale window installation from an on-site artist residency in March 2021, made from fully biodegradable fungus-based plastics. Ekstrom’s works in his âWordâ series use texts from religious sources as a form of inspiration and commentary. Lule criticizes America’s industrial prison complex as a form of modern slavery. His âInvestigationâ series offers a glimpse of his experience as a former incarcerated person using fingerprint powder. The gallery is located at 41 Park Row with the entrance on Spruce Street.
MARIANO FERRANTE AT THE API
Art Projects International, at 434 Greenwich in Vestry, will present Monocromo, paintings by Mariano Ferrante. The exhibition focuses on Ferrante’s works from the past two years and features paintings of complex two-dimensional structures that reveal themselves as monochrome when viewed from afar. Open until November 20.