Hello September! We hope you’re all enjoying the long holiday weekend. As you plan for the week ahead, here are a few programming highlights you won’t want to miss.
• Monday, September 1, kicks off a weeklong presentation of Sidney Lanfield’s bawdy Prohibition-era comedy Hat Check Girl, in a recently preserved 35mm print.
• Choreographer Trajal Harrell presents The Practice on Thursday, September 4, and Friday, September 5—part of his ongoing MoMA performance project In one step are a thousand animals.
• A free Gallery Sessions tour on Saturday, September 6, Lithography and the Street: The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec, explores the French artist’s use of the lithography process, focusing on works in MoMA’s current Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition.
• The final Warm Up party of the 2014 season, at MoMA PS1 on Saturday, September 6, is also a last chance to see the season’s exhibitions and the amazing Young Architects Program installation, Hy-Fi by The Living.
• A selection of James Lee Byars’s most influential works, including The Mile-Long Paper Walk and Ten in a Hat, will be performed throughout the Museum on Sunday, September 7, from noon to 5:00 p.m.
• And it’s last call to see the exhibition Robert Heinecken: Object Matter before it closes on Sunday, September 7.