Behind-the-scenes tour of the Black Dolls exhibit

New-York Historical Society 170 Central Park West, New York

Join us for a special behind-the-scenes tour of the Black Dolls exhibit at the New-York Historical Society. We’ve heard great reviews about the exhibit and are personally so excited about our tour with urban historian and curator Dominique Jean-Louis. We hope you’ll feel the same! Proof of vaccination is required

8×8 Art Talk

Espresso 77 35-57 77th Street, Queens, New York

Join us for an evening highlighting Queens artists! 8 artists will have 8 minutes each to share recent projects. The artists featured are: The evening will begin with a social hour from 7p.m. to 8p.m. (with happy hour specials provided by E77). The digital presentation will start at 8 pm. There will be four artists […]

Behind-the-scenes at the Queens Night Market

Queens Night Market 4701 111th Street, Queens, New York

Join us for a special behind-the-scenes tour of the Queens Night Market with founder John Wang. On top of meeting Wang, who founded the market seven years ago, DJ Rekha will be performing that evening, among others.

Dance Class with John Freddy

Flushing Meadows–Corona Park Between Grand Central Pkwy and, Van Wyck Expy, 11354

Join us for a dance class in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park. We will meet with dance instructor John Freddy and learn some new dance moves together. All you need is comfortable shoes and positive energy! The class will be held right behind the Queens Museum. Epicenter staff will be there with water and our best dance moves.

MoMA’s Indian Independent Film Series: Making Waves

Museum of Modern Art 11 W 53rd Street, New York, New York

We are offering complimentary tickets to several screenings from MoMA’s Making Waves: A New Generation of Indian Independent Filmmakers film series. The films, which are from 2010 to the present, feature a wide range of work from across India in 10 languages with filmmakers including Achal Mishra, Pushpendra Singh, Amit Dutta, Payal Kapadia, Anamika Haksar, […]

Central Park Foraging

Come on a foraging tour of Central Park with us, hosted by the illustrious “Wildman” Steve Brill.The 4-hour end-of-summer foraging extravaganza will explore the famous park in search of the many renewable wild foods available in early autumn, like black walnuts, wild spinach, and if you’re lucky, hen-of-the-woods, aka maitake mushrooms. Brill, who has been […]

Tastemakers: The Next Generation of Asian-American Entrepreneurship

UBS Headquarters 1285 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York

Epicenter is partnering with UBS to host a free panel on the next generation of Asian-American entrepreneurship. Come mingle and learn from successful entrepreneurs about creating and planning for generational wealth. Where else would an agenda span the latest on self-driving trucks, the secrets of Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ success in Hollywood, and Asian innovation in the spirits sector. Appetizers and […]

Screening: Bring it to the People

Diversity Plaza 73-19 37th Road, Queens, NY

The film focuses on the complex issues that prevented vaccination such as historical medical mistreatment, stigma, health literacy and more.


Diwali Celebration

Travers Park 34th Avenue & 78th Street, Jackson Heights, NY

Celebrate the Festival of Lights with a resource fair, lamp lighting ceremony, dance performance, food and music!


Jackson Heights Halloween Parade

37th Avenue from 86th Street to PS 69 Jackson Heights, New York

Every year on October 31, young old or in between, we march, skip, dance, and stroll down 37th Avenue from 86th Street to PS 69, where more than 3,000 bags of treats are handed out to children. The Epicenter team will be located in a tent on 34th avenue. Come stop by, get some treats […]

Tribal Business: Beyond Gaming

New York City Economic Development Corporation One Liberty Plaza, New York, New York

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) will host staff from Indian Country Media, LLC to lead a panel discussion about the Tribal economy and Indigenous culture.  Indian Country Media is the owner and operator of Tribal Business News and Native News Online. Both publications have a national footprint.  The […]

The Underground Railroad of Queens: The Bowne House

The Bowne House 37-01 Bowne St, Flushing, New York

While New York City is known worldwide for some of the most recognized museums, you might be surprised to learn of the Bowne House Historical Society, a 1612 landmark instrumental to the abolitionist movement and a safe space in the Underground Railroad.  The Bowne House is one of the few accessible abolition landmarks in NYC and […]