The New Yorker Festival offers an array of panels, performances, and conversations LiveEvents September 27, 2021 1424 The New Yorker Festival This fall, The New Yorker Festival returns for its twenty-second year, once again featuring some of the biggest names in news, politics, literature, film, music, art, and popular culture. The landmark event will feature a dynamic and timely array of virtual offerings—panels, performances, and conversations. The Festival will be mostly virtual, with events live-streamed from around the globe. Event recordings will be available for on-demand replay until November 10th. Merrick Garland talks with Jane Mayer Merrick Garland talks with Jane Mayer In pursuit of justice. Monday, October 4th, 5-6 pm ET Free event. Jonathan Franzen and Tara Westover talk with Henry Finder American mythologies. Monday, October 4th, 7-8 pm ET Kara Walker talks with Thelma Golden State of the art. Monday, October 4th, 9-10pm ET Stanley Tucci talks with Helen Rosner Tastemaker. Tuesday, October 5th, 6-7 pm ET Emily Ratajkowski and Amy Schumer talk with Michael Schulman Emily Ratajkowski and Amy Schumer talk with Michael Schulman Body politics. Tuesday, October 5th, 8-9 pm ET Politics and the Novel The writers Yiyun Li, Valeria Luiselli, and Viet Thanh Nguyen on fiction inspired by fact. Moderated by Parul Sehgal. Wednesday, October 6th, 6-7pm ET Of Sustenance and Sustainability: A Singapore Story Food experts discuss significant advances within Singapore’s culinary culture. Wednesday, October 6th, 7-8 pm ET Free event sponsored by the Singapore Tourism Board Globalism’s Legacy Esther Duflo, Siddhartha Mukherjee, and Anne-Marie Slaughter unpack our collective future. Moderated by Evan Osnos. Thursday, October 7th, 6-7 pm ET How to Accelerate Climate Action Climate-change experts share ideas and perspectives on how to accelerate climate action. Free event sponsored by The Nature Conservancy Thursday, October 7th, 7-8 pm ET Jane Goodall talks with Andy Borowitz Jane Goodall talks with Andy Borowitz Cause for hope. Thursday, October 7th, 8-9 pm ET Jessica Chastain, Oscar Isaac, and Hagai Levi talk with Esther Perel about making “Scenes from a Marriage” Explore the relationship at the heart of HBO’s reimagining of “Scenes from a Marriage.” Free event sponsored by HBO Max Friday, October 8th, 6:30-7:30 pm ET This is a live stream of the event that takes place at the Skyline Drive-In, in Brooklyn, New York. Dave Grohl talks with Kelefa Sanneh and performs Dave Grohl talks with Kelefa Sanneh and performs Maximum rock and roll. Friday, October 8th, 9-10 pm ET This is a live stream of the event that takes place at the Skyline Drive-In, in Brooklyn, New York. Some Very Funny Ladies Liza Donnelly, the author of “Very Funny Ladies,” joins Roz Chast, Liana Finck, and Amy Hwang to celebrate the history of women cartoonists at The New Yorker. Moderated by Emma Allen. Saturday, October 9th, 4-5 pm ET This is a free community event. Aimee Mann talks with Atul Gawande and performs Indie queen. Saturday, October 9th, 6:30-7:30 pm ET This is a live stream of the event that takes place at the Skyline Drive-In, in Brooklyn, New York. Patricia Lockwood talks with Deborah Treisman Writing the self. Sunday, October 10th, 2-3 pm ET The Matter of Black Lives The Matter of Black Lives Contributors to “The Matter of Black Lives,” an anthology of New Yorker pieces, reckon with race in America and beyond. Featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, and Jamaica Kincaid. Moderated by Jelani Cobb. Sunday, October 10th, 4-5 pm ET Letitia James talks with Andrew Marantz New York state of mind. Sunday, October 10th, 6-7 pm ET To learn more about each event and to purchase your virtual ticket, visit: https://festival.newyorker.com Related
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