Here is a sampling of the week’s events and how to tune in (all times are Eastern). Note that events are subject to change after publication.
Tune in to an episode of “Your Magic,” a new podcast from Parcast. Each Monday, Michelle Tea, a writer and the show’s host, will explore mysticism and spirituality with guests including Phoebe Bridgers, Roxane Gay and Brittany Howard. Every episode will feature a tarot-card reading and interview, as well as a spell from a spiritual practitioner and the opportunity for listeners to have a tarot reading done by Ms. Tea. This podcast is free, and available on Spotify.
Grab a bag of popcorn and watch one (or many!) of the 78 films featured in the 2021 Athena Film Festival. The annual festival, a collaboration between Women and Hollywood, an organization devoted to gender diversity and inclusion in the film industry, and Barnard College’s Athena Center for Leadership, explores and celebrates female authority in film. This year’s lineup includes “Test Pattern,” which the film critic Devika Girish said forces viewers “to question our presumptions about what rape and victimhood look like — onscreen and in life,” in her review in The New York Times. Films will premiere throughout the month. Tickets are $12 per film, and viewers have 48 hours after starting a movie to finish it.
When Anytime until March 31
Learn the science behind pendulums and create one of your own (if you choose to) during this kid-friendly demonstration. Hosted by an expert from the Children’s Museum Houston, and sponsored by the chemical and fuel producer Flint Hills Resources, this event will show viewers how to craft a pendulum from household items. Museum educator Andrea Hernandez will also answer emailed audience questions. This event is free; registration is not required. (A recording of the event will be available on the museum’s YouTube channel.)
When 2:45 p.m.
Join the Nobel laureate Kazuo Ishiguro in conversation with the writer and critic Alex Clark. In this global, live-streamed event, Mr. Ishiguro will discuss his new novel, “Klara and the Sun,” his first since winning a Nobel Prize, and will answer audience questions. Tickets to this event, presented by The Guardian Live, start at $10.
When 2 p.m.
Unwind with an evening yoga class with Eric Mosley, the founder of Black Mat Yoga. Mr. Mosley, who aims to broaden the worlds of yoga and wellness, will teach a 45-minute flow class that is suitable for both beginners and experienced yogis. After class, students are encouraged to raise a beverage of their choice for a virtual toast and talk about their yoga practice or whatever else is on their minds. The class is $10, and registration closes at 5 p.m. Attendance is capped at 50, but Mr. Mosley teaches the same class every Wednesday.
When 6 p.m.
Spend the evening watching “What Becomes of Love?,” a new piece by the choreographer Sonya Tayeh. The performance, which features dancers from the American Ballet Theater and original music from Rhye, a project of the singer Mike Milosh, was created while Ms. Tayeh and the dancers were in a “ballet bubble” in upstate New York. A collaboration between American Ballet Theater and the music venue National Sawdust, the show will be followed by a conversation with the artists. This event is free.
When 6 p.m.
Learn a recipe for cabbage and prepare your garden for spring in a cooking and gardening class from the United States Botanic Garden. Each week the sisters Danielle Cook, a nutritionist and cooking instructor, and Adrienne Cook, a gardening and cooking writer, will share a recipe followed by gardening tips. This week, Danielle will demonstrate a meal using cabbage, and Adrienne will share ideas for getting a home garden ready for spring. This event is free.
When 12 p.m.
Stream “F*ck7thGrade,” a theatrical performance about rock ‘n’ roll from the singer-songwriter Jill Sobule. Directed by Lisa Peterson and with a book by Liza Birkenmeier, this autobiographical show about and starring Ms. Sobule explores her teenage years. Tickets to this prerecorded event, intended for audiences 15 and up and presented by City Theater in Pittsburgh, are $15.
Put your editing skills to the test with the National Museum of Women in the Arts’s Wikipedia Art and Feminism virtual edit-a-thon. This event, also presented by Wikimedia DC, will center on enriching and improving Wikipedia entries of notable female artists and art-related figures, with a special focus on female artists of color and women of African descent whose works are in the museum’s collection. People of all gender identities are invited to participate in this free event. Registration is required. Attendance is capped at 80.