By Carolyn Kelly

Nervous System, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. Kinematics Dress. 2013. Laser-sintered nylon. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Architecture and Design Funds. Image courtesy of Steve Marsel.

Nervous System, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. Kinematics Dress. 2013. Laser-sintered nylon. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Architecture and Design Funds. Image courtesy of Steve Marsel.

• Join a special

Artists, curators, designers, activists, and revelers all join us for a wide array of programs and events this week. Don’t miss out!

Robin Rhode. Chalk Piano. 2008. 16 Lambda-Prints face-mounted with diasec Plexiglas on aluminum panels

• On Wednesday join artist Robin Rhode and RoseLee Goldberg, founding director and curator of Performa, for a Conversations: Among Friends talk and reception. Rhode is a multidisciplinary artist who create narratives that are brought to life using everyday materials such as soap, charcoal, chalk, and paint.

• Starting Wednesday, MoMA presents a weeklong run of Lino Brocka’s Insiang (1976), a restored landmark of Filipino cinema that recently premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

• Enjoy A Quartet of Charles Chaplin Films with live piano accompaniment on Thursday as part of Modern Matinees: In the Beginning.

Nervous System, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. Kinematics Dress. 2013. Laser-sintered nylon. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Architecture and Design Funds. Image courtesy of Steve Marsel.

Nervous System, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. Kinematics Dress. 2013. Laser-sintered nylon. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Architecture and Design Funds. Image courtesy of Steve Marsel.

• Join a special Gallery Sessions tour on Thursday, as part of the Design Interactions Studio, featuring a conversation with Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg, the inventors of the groundbreaking 3-D-printed Kinematics dress.

• Watch the live stream of The Equity Series: Truth and Reconciliation with Bryan Stevenson, cofounder of the Equal Justice Initiative, and Khalil G. Muhammad, director of the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, in a conversation on U.S. racial history, contemporary social justice issues, and the role of cultural institutions in addressing historical events.

Halloween Ball at MoMA PS1, 2014. Image courtesy of MoMA PS1

Halloween Ball at MoMA PS1, 2014. Image courtesy of MoMA PS1

• Ready to get spectacularly spooky? Don’t miss the fourth annual MoMA PS1 Halloween Ball with Susanne Bartsch. This year’s theme is The Poison Big Apple.

• And don’t forget to fall back for Daylight Savings Time on Sunday!

Read more here:: This Week at MoMA: October 26–November 1