Let’s just concede that there’s no a hell of a lot going on this week. Arthaps, our go-to source for events has nothing listed for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and we’re not listing anything either. That’s not because there aren’t events out there to attend, but because we don’t want to encourage any behavior that doesn’t involve actually relaxing for the holidays. With that in mind, we’ve listed a holiday party to attend tonight, a concert tomorrow and a group election therapy session Thursday. That last one probably constitutes work, but you might feel better for doing it, so it gets a pass. It also has the added benefit of giving us three events we can recommend.
Asya Geisberg Gallery537B W 23rd St
5:30 PM to 8:00 PMWebsite
Holiday Party & Closing Reception
Asya Geisberg Gallery hosts an end of year Holiday party plus a closing reception for her show by Ricardo Gonzalez. The exhibition features a series of sketchy paintings and drawings of humanoid monsters. They’re pretty amusing.
EFA Project Space323 W 39th St
Chloë Bass and Naeem Mohaiemen
More on how to survive the election: Chloë Bass and Naeem Mohaiemen ask whether organizing needs to take place at a break neck speed. Would it be better to slow down and regroup? What about the political agency in small units: friends, collaborators, neighbors, families? What is the best way to support each other?