Weekly Entertainment Calendar - March 15 - March 22
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Sing along to rollicking Clancy Brothers-era songs at Claddagh.
Sing along to rollicking Clancy Brothers-era songs at Claddagh.

The Sculpture of Gonzalo Fonseca - Ongoing until January 2019 - Sculpture by Other Means will occupy the Museum’s second-floor galleries. It includes several installations that allow visitors to experience ways that Isamu Noguchi’s Akari—a modular ecosystem of lightweight, collapsible paper lanterns—can create and transform space. | Noguchi Museum, 9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard), Long Island City

REAL PEOPLE. REAL LIVES. WOMEN IMMIGRANTS OF NEW YORK - Ongoing; All day until March 18 - Each immigrant story is a combination of determination, hope, and challenges. It is more important than ever to share our stories; our stories as immigrants, our stories as women, stories through which we can understand better, and celebrate, the diversity and commonality of human experience. The exhibit features art and fashion photographs of 16 young immigrant women in iconic NYC spots and neighborhoods, together with audio recordings of their stories and video montages.| Queens Museum, Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Ahmed Mater: Mecca Journeys - Ongoing until April 8 - Ahmed Mater: Mecca Journeys takes visitors through the holiest city in the Islamic world. It presents a compelling portrait of the massive urban redevelopment now under way and its effects on residents and the millions of hajj pilgrims who travel there every year. Saudi artist Ahmed Mater has documented this unprecedented expansion for nearly a decade.

The exhibition is anchored by monumental photographs from his project Desert of Pharan: Unofficial Histories Behind the Mass Expansion of Mecca, alongside large-scale videos and installations. In addition to showing the influx of wealth, photographs detail the lives of workers on construction sites and of migrant groups. | Brooklyn Museum, Stephanie and Tim Ingrassia Gallery of Contemporary Art, 4th Floor, 200 Eastern Parkway

Maria Lassnig: New York Films 1970–1980 - Ongoing until June 18 - MoMA PS1 presents the world premiere of a series of experimental films the artist Maria Lassnig made in New York City in the 1970s. This presentation focuses on a selection of newly discovered and restored films that examine ways of looking and seeing bound up in bodily sensation. Newly restored by the Maria Lassnig Foundation in close collaboration with the Austrian Film Museum, these films incorporate animation, sound, and poetic voiceovers that encourage entry into the artist’s internal world. Maria Lassnig: New York Films 1970–1980 highlights both finished films and film fragments, all produced using 16mm, 8mm, and Super 8, comprised of live action footage, animated drawings, animated paper cut-outs, and documentary footage of the artist’s studio and her surroundings in New York. | MoMa PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City


Dirty Thursday: Like a Prayer - Thurs, March 15; 10 pm - This month we give some dance love spotlight to Madonna, the original material girl. Get your Madonna-rama looks on! Free drinks to people in our favorite costume/looks. | House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Avenue, Bushwick

Claddagh - Fri, March 16; 8 pm - A sparkling multi-media show that fuses The Prodigal's iconic music with world-champion Irish and tap dancers. $30-$37| On Stage @ Kingsborough, 2001 Oriental Blvd, Manhattan Beach


Free Screening: Animal House - Wed, March 21; 8 pm - When they arrive at college, socially inept freshmen Larry (Thomas Hulce) and Kent (Stephen Furst) attempt to pledge the snooty Omega Theta Pi House, but are summarily rejected. The rest is history! |Brooklyn Bazaar, 150 Greenpoint Avenue, Greenpoint

Queens World Film Festival 2018 - Thurs, March 15 - Sun, March 25 Screening about 200 works, including 19 world premieres, from 36 distinct countries and all five boroughs Visit here for a full schedule, locations & tickets: https://www.queensworldfilmfestival.com/festival/


The Lightning Thief - Sunday, March 18 - Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school...again. And that’s the least of his troubles. $14|Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Avenue South, Corona

Brain Day - Fri, March 16; 2 - 4:30 pm - Exhibits, activities and real brains bring neuroscience to life for adults and kids of all ages. $13-$16 | NY Hall of Science, 47-01 111th Street, Corona
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