October 27 – November 03, 2018
Reimagine End of Life is a week exploring big questions about life and death. Join the City of New York in a community-wide conversation.
- 75 Events
- 13 Art Exhibits
- 10 Author Talks
- 4 Experiential Tours
- 2 Comedy Shows
- 1 Universal Topic
All five boroughs of New York City are joining together to create over 75 events exploring death and celebrating life...from all perspectives.
After attending a Reimagine event, over 90% of attendees identified feeling more grateful for their lives and the people in it.
Join the Conversation
“It was so nice to attend events where the age groups were diverse and many younger people were interested and talking about these bigger ideas. I was blown away, and very grateful to attend.”
“[Reimagine] made me feel alive. It made me feel connected. It was such an intimate encounter with strangers. It allowed me a peek into the hearts of many. I cried, I laughed with them. I wished them well on their journey even if I didn’t know them. It was this sense of belonging that I was yearning for as a foreigner in this city. For a moment, I felt the city’s heartbeat. It gave me reason to fall in love with SF all over again.”
"The intergenerational nature of the events felt special and unique. The range of content, and the fact that so much of it was community-generated, was incredibly impressive. I left every engagement feeling more connected to my city, my friends who attended alongside me, and the topics of great importance to all in my life.”
What To Expect
We, together with New York community builders and creatives, are aiming to spark a movement with 75+ public events throughout the city.
Further event information and ticket details coming soon. In the meantime, we encourage you to check out our previous program offerings from Reimagine San Francisco.
14th Street Y, 70 Faces Media, Anthology Film Archives, Art of Dying Institute, Auburn Seminary, Caveat, Chashama, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, DOROT, Inc., End of Life Choices New York, Green-Wood Cemetery, Housing Works Bookstore, Institute of Healthcare Improvement, Jewish Theological Seminary, Leonard Covello Senior Program, Manny Cantor Center, Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, Merchant’s House Museum, Morbid Anatomy, NYC Department of Veterans' Services, New York Public Library, New York Writers Coalition, New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, Parsons School of Design, Photoville, PREPARE for Your Care, Prime Produce, Queens Public Library, Reboot, Rethink the Conversation,Riverside Church, Rooftop Films, Sparks and Honey, The Assemblage, The Conversation Project, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, The New York Open Center, The New York Public Library, Union Theological Seminary, Upright Citizen's Brigade, WNYC
14th Street Y, Assemblage, Allison Meier, Amy Cunningham, Anthology Film Archives, Atl Tlachinolli, Auburn Seminary, Bethany Tabor/Good Death Roundtable, Bluestockings, Brenda Zlamany,CaringKind, Carter Burden Network, Caveat, Central Synagogue, Chashama, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Chinese Coalition on Compassionate Care, Clinton Housing, Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, Corey Kennard, Dawn Gross, Death Cafe, Death Over Dinner, Diana Oh, DOROT, Elana Zaiman, Emily Cavanagh, End of Life Choices New York, Gillian Laub ,Green-Wood Cemetery,Heide Hatry,Housing Works Bookstore Cafe,Jeanne Heifetz,Jessica Zitter,Jewish Theological Seminary,John Bruce,John Leland,Jonas Mekas,Lab-Shul,Lady K Fever,Leigh Davis,Lizzie Leiman Kraiem,Mama Donna Henes,Manny Cantor Center,Mano a Mano,Marjorie Ingall,Mark Mitchell,Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, Marne Lucas, Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, Merchant’s House Museum, Merkin Concert Hall, Michael Hebb, Michael Roberson, MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care, MK Czerwiec,Modern Loss, Morbid Anatomy, Nancy Borowick, Nancy Patz, Natan, New York Caring Majority, New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, Open Center/Art of Dying Institute, Park Avenue Synagogue, Parsons School of Design, Photoville, PREPARE for your care, Prime Produce, Queens Memory Project, Queens Public Library, Rattlestick Theater, Reboot, Residency Unlimited, Rethink the Conversation, RIO GALLERY Broadway Housing Communities, Riverside Church, Rooftop Films, Sadhana,Sandi Dubowski/Mourners Corner, Socrates Sculpture Park, Spencer Merolla, Target Margin Theater, The Conversation Project/Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Conversation Series, The Fashion Institute of Technology, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space/WNYC, The New York Public Library, The Nocturnists, Tobi Kahn, True Story Theater, UJA - Federation of New York, Union Docs, Union Theological Seminary, Upright Citizen's Brigade, What Matters: Caring Conversations about End of Life, Word Up Books