Culture calendar: February 2020

Watch Super Bowl LIV

February 2

Concluding the NFL’s 100th season, Super Bowl LIV will see the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs battle for the championship at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium. Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will perform at the half-time show, which was co-produced by Jay-Z and his company Roc Nation. From January 30 to February 3, Equinox will offer Body Lab treatments at Superyacht Village. 


Explore Frieze Los Angeles

February 14 to 16 ​

After last year's sold-out inaugural edition, Frieze Los Angeles returns to Paramount Pictures Studios. The art fair will include exhibitions from 70 contemporary galleries, in addition to performances by artists like Patrice Cullors and pop-ups from restaurants including Sqirl, Roberta’s, and Umi by Hamasaku.


Sample top domestic wines

February 15

The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition has over 7,000 entrants, making it the largest North American event of its kind. At its Public Tasting, now in its 20th year, attendees can choose from over 1,500 gold-medal winners, selected by a 65-member panel of wine educators, winemakers, and more.


Get a neuroscientist’s advice on aging well

February 26

Neuroscientist, cognitive psychologist, and author of Successful Aging, Daniel Levitin will host a Guardian Masterclass in London called "The Changing Mind." He'll challenge the beliefs that surround the aging process and provide tips for maintaining a strong body, mind, and spirit later in life. 


Travel “Black in Time"

Until March 8

To celebrate Black History Month, the Fashion Institute of Technology's Black Student Union curated this interactive exhibition in New York City. Witness the evolution of black art from Ancient Egypt to the present day.


Events at The Shed at Hudson Yards:

Until March 22: Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates

Budapest-born Agnes Denes has been dubbed the “Queen of Land Art” for her pioneering conceptual, environmental, and ecological pieces. This major retrospective looks at more than 150 works spanning her 50-year career, including her iconic Wheatfield—A Confrontation (1982), known as one of New York City’s greatest public art projects. It will also showcase new Shed commissions.

Culture calendar: March 2020

South by Southwest, an exhibit about Studio 54, and happenings at The Shed

Culture calendar: December 2019

A reimagined Nutcracker and Equinox Art Basel activations