Dine with Adam Hirsch, chief digital officer for DoSomething.org and former COO of Mashable, and Rabbi-in-Residence, Dan Ain at tonight’s 92YTribeca Friday Night Dinner: Tech, Tech, Tech, Boom. The two will lead a conversation about the future of social media and technology. $30 to attend; 200 Hudson Street.
Governors Island, where there will be lots to do this summer, in partnership with Better than Jam is hosting a toy making workshop taught by Jane Van Cleef of Hazel Village Toys. From noon to 4 p.m. learn how to make your own stuffed imaginative creatures.
Stay tuned in to Tom and Gary’s Decentralized Dance Party website to find out where their collective pop-up party—as part of their Party Safari Tour: Strictly Business (Part 2)—is happening at 9 p.m. Dress in your most ridiculous, old-school raving business attire and be prepared to dance your heart out on the streets of New York. Before going, I suggest reading their Party Manifesto (in case you’ve forgotten how to party rock).
Randall’s Island Park Alliance, The Bronx Museum of the Arts and Made Event are opening FLOW.12, an environmental art exhibit featuring five new site-specific installations along the shoreline. This summer’s exhibit completes the two-part display, which began last summer with FLOW.11. Venture to Randall’s Island Park for a walk along the shoreline under the June sunshine and admire the pieces constructed by emerging artists in The Bronx Museum’s Artists in the Marketplace program, all of which aim to foster appreciation of the shoreline.