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Top 5 Arts Picks: August 3-9

NOW THROUGH DEC. 23: Exploring the Works of Andy Warhol

Neuberger Museum of Art’s Andy Warhol: Subject and Seriality explores Warhol’s iconic method of repeating images of his subjects in various ways – concurrently, across time and in diverse media. On view through December 23, this exhibition features more than 40 of the artist’s prints, photographs and multiples that were created between the 1960s and 1980s. Gallery hours: Wed-Sun: 12-5pm.

FRI, AUG. 3 & SAT, AUG. 4: Jazz Concert by Percussionist T.S. Monk

Percussionist T.S. Monk and his sextet will bring four jazz performances to the Jazz Forum Club this Friday and Saturday. An accomplished musician, and son of legendary jazz pianist Thelonious Monk, this jazz artist has charted his own course as a composer, arranger and melodic drummer. Monk played with artists Clifford Jordan and Walter Davis before putting together his own sextet. Times vary.

SAT, AUG. 4: A Dance Performance Under the Stars

This Saturday, the award-winning Thalia Spanish Theatre, in collaboration with Mestizo Art Center and the Untermeyer Performing Arts Council, presents Passion for Dance. This outdoor performance of dynamic dance styles includes ballet, salsa, hip-hop and jazz. Find more free and affordable outdoor arts events in ArtsWestchester’s “Music in the Air” directory. Begins at 7:30pm at Untermyer Park.

SAT, AUG. 4: Northern Lights and Astrophotos at the Harrison Public Library

Through August 17, Harrison Council for the Arts presents Treasures of the Night Skies, an exhibition that features astrophotos and images of the northern lights by Scott Nammacher. In conjunction with the exhibition, Nammacher will provide a talk about his photographs this Saturday. The artist will set up a solar telescope for attendees to get their own views of the sun. Begins at 10:30am at the Harrison Public Library.

TUES, AUG. 7: Screening of Iconic Film How to Steal a Million

On Tuesday, audiences are invited to the Jacob Burns Film Center for a screening of How to Steal a Million, a 1966 romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole. The daughter of a wealthy Frenchman who creates counterfeit art learns her father is in danger of being exposed as a crook. She decides to steal the family’s forged Cellini sculpture from a museum before experts can examine it. She enlists a society burglar to help her in her mission. Begins at 1pm.

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