The weekend's most interesting events are here in one handy guide.
Artist Rachel Lee Hovnanian will give away free cereal at a pop-up Wi-Fi cafe in SoHo.
The Bejing-born Huang Tiange, who now lives in Brooklyn, made his debut at age 5.
Gibney Dance is opening studios featuring high-tech cameras, projectors and video editing equipment.
Los Angeles-based artist Shepard Fairey is taking part in the Little Italy Street Art Project.
A new public art project will feature flowers inspired by street signs on West 97th Street.
Architect Gene Kaufman wants the building to fit into the industrial setting.
Forty of the 50 conceptual street signs, featuring skulls and coat hangers, have been swiped.
The lines of the mural represent the routes of people who work on the historic Navy Yard's grounds.
The new Max Fish features several relics from the old location, including a cigarette-shaped light.
New Yorkers can get away from the hustle and bustle without ever leaving the city.
Andy Golub plans to stage his largest body-painting exhibition yet on Saturday.
The mural will be painted at PS/IS 116 William C. Hughley in Jamaica.
Khaled Jarrar participated in a Skype panel because he couldn't get to New York.
Murals of Ruth and Gehrig were painted on Monday, and a mural of Derek Jeter will join them on Saturday.
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