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NYC ART NEWS: The Lost Lecture lands April 25th in the NYC!


Londoners and Berliners already knew about the underground Lost Lectures events, but now New Yorkers are about to get their first taste of the series that hosts captivating talks from secret locations on the worlds of art, science, literature, music, dance, and culture.

Hyperallergic has partnered with The Lost Lectures to devise their most ambitious production to date and bring the series to New York City. On Friday, April 25, The Lost Lectures will land in NY with six world-renowned speakers, each with 15–20 mins on the Lost stage, performances, interactive demos, and installations … it will be an immersive experience unlike any other.

The evening’s lineup will feature musical sensation Blood Orange (aka Dev Hynes), writer and publisher Choire Sicha (of The Awl), photographer Barbara Nitke, scientist Marc Abrahams, Brooklyn dance sensations Flex Is Kings + filmmaker Deidre Schoo, and one very special and secret speaker (we can’t give it all away at once). For more information on the speakers, visit theThe Lost Lectures.

For the uninitiated, The Lost Lectures is a secret evening event. Only ticket holders find out where the event is taking place (instructed via email a few days before). Please be reassured that it will not be a massive trek — no more than 40 minutes by subway from Union Square, door to door. Tickets are extremely limited and can be purchased here.

This is going to be an incredible night, and we can’t wait to show you the magic of The Lost Lectures.

Check out this cool video with Jono Stevens and his unique and innovative black cab sessions in London with legends such as Feist and Tom Waits:

Read more over at Hyperallergic: hyperallergic.com

Or visit

Lost lectures over at: www.thelostlectures.com



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