No joke – it’s already April!
With spring finally here in the Big Apple, it’s a great time to get out and explore the city. This weekend in particular offers plenty of great activities and events to discover, from art fairs to museums events to sports and everything else in between! Here’s just a brief look at some of things to see and do this weekend in NYC.
Affordable Art Fair
Are you an art lover on a budget? Then head on over to the Affordable Art Fair taking place at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18th Street in Manhattan. For just $18, you can discover original photos, prints, sculptures and more from over 70 acclaimed galleries!
Project Broadway: The Art of Collaboration
This interesting event takes a look at music, theater and the performing arts. Takes place at Symphony Space at 2537 Broadway in Manhattan. More information can be found at www.symphonyspace.org.
Target First Sundays
Head over to the Brooklyn Museum for a fun night of educational tours, performances and music! For a fun and interesting event, you don’t want to miss this. More information can be found at www.brooklynmuseum.org.
MoCCA Arts Festival
Fans of comics and cartoon should definitely check out the MoCCA Art Festival this weekend, featuring artwork from more than 300 publishers. Professional illustrators and cartoonists will also be on-hand to discuss their work and the industry. Takes place at Metropolitan West at 639 West 46th Street in Manhattan.
The Photography Show
This fun and popular event features the photographic artwork collections of more than 100 galleries. Photography fans will definitely want to check out this event at Pier 94 in Hell’s Kitchen.
Prospect Park 150th Anniversary Opening Weekend
Head on over to Brooklyn to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Prospect Park! Plenty of free and cheap activities will be available, including a parade, historic baseball game, carousel rides, food and much more.
New York Cosmos Soccer
The famed New York Cosmos soccer team will play at MCU Park in Brooklyn this Saturday. Tickets can be found at www.nycosmos.com/individual-tickets.