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Kat Koh co-runs The CuriosCity, a cabinet of unexpected, unusual, ingenious, amusing and/or bemusing urban finds. A lover of cities, she has lived in Los Angeles, Seoul, San Diego, Paris, San Jose, Charlottesville, VA, and New York City. A Ph.D. candidate in art history at New York University focusing on 20th-century architecture and urbanism, she is currently part of the curatorial team organizing the U.S. Pavilion for the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale. Kat happily lives and works in New York City.

It doesn’t truly start to feel like summer in New York City until the schedules for free outdoor film screenings, Central Park’s SummerStage, and P.S.1 Warm Up are released. A younger event that is sure to make the quintessential list soon is FIGMENT. A free interactive arts festival on Governors Island, the FIGMENT Festival is an all-ages sensory feast. Seeing sculpture, installations, dance, music, children’s activities and more set in the beautiful backdrop made for a perfect Sunday.