NoMAA is accepting submissions for the 2020 VIRTUAL Uptown Arts Stroll on a rolling basis for dates through July 2020.
Enjoy our continuing Sunday Film series with the Humphrey Bogart classic, In A Lonely Place. Bogart stars as Dixon Steele, a troubled screenwriter suspected of murder. Film noir at its finest. A lively discussion follows.
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Teens! Turn It Up with Inwood NYPL Summer Reading! DJ SpazeCraft conducts a workshop on beatmaking with iPads, Samplers, and more! Ages 10+Find out more »
Book Discussion: Killers of the Flower Moon, The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann
Join the Inwood Library Discussion Group for the monthly book discussion. This month's pick chronicles the investigation into the Osage murders and the birth of the modern FBI. A 2017 National Book Award Finalist. Copies are available at the circulation desk of the Inwood Library in advance of the discussion.
This Summer, Inwood NYPL will Turn It Up! Summer Reading kicks off with a rhythmic exploration of the sounds of Latin America and the Caribbean. An interactive cultural celebration! Join us for crafts, snacks and a jammin' escape from the city on the longest day of the year!Find out more »
Artists and Curators talk and puppet show. Tommy Cheng paints and lives in Washington Heights. A contemporary folk artist for nearly 30 years, he has been painting portraits in his unique style with gallery shows in New York, Paris, Washington, DC, Atlanta, and San Francisco. Tommy is also a master puppeteer, actor and teacher who has performed with the Jim Henson International Puppet Theater in New York City and in in international puppet festivals in Europe. Presented by Arlene Schulman.Find out more »
On Some Strange Mornings tells the story of Leo, a neighbor on Sherman Avenue, who lives with Alzheimer's and cares for his mother with dementia. A heartbreaking story of a former journalist who seeks to preserve his words by writing poetry and prose. The English version followed by one in Spanish will be shown and then a Q & A with the director, Arlene Schulman.Find out more »