There's always so much to do in NYC.

But you already knew that.

Of your many, many options, here are our picks.

LitFilm festival about writers (Feb. 20-25)

The Brooklyn Public Library is hosting a film
The Brooklyn Public Library is hosting a film festival featuring stories about the private lives and artistic processes of James Baldwin, pictured, William S. Burroughs, Mahmoud Darwish, Joan Didion, Arthur Miller, Susan Sontag, Alice Walker and more. Their stories will be told through a series of documentaries and experimental films from the 1960s to present. Rebecca Miller, daughter of Arthur Miller, will deliver the keynote speech on Feb. 20. All screenings are free, but require reservations. (Central Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza, bklynlibrary.org) (Credit: The Price of The Ticket)

Art through hypnosis exhibit (Feb. 22)

This new exhibit, called
This new exhibit, called "The Subconscious Canvas: Art Through Hypnosis," includes works created by artists while they were listening to a recording of their hypnotism they did in 2017 while inside the Himalayan salt room in the Modrn Sanctuary health and wellness center. Some artists say they see a difference in their work done while conscious and under the hypnotizing recording. (Free, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 122 26th St., contragalleries.com) (Credit: Crystal Dyer)

Bowie: a photograph exhibit (Feb. 23-March 23)

The Morrison Hotel Gallery is bringing a slew
The Morrison Hotel Gallery is bringing a slew of candid, behind-the-scenes and on stage photographs taken of David Bowie throughout his career, taken by legendary photographers like Brian Duffy, Bob Gruen, Terry O'Neill, Neal Preston, Mick Rock and more. (Free, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday,116 Prince St., morrisonhotelgallery.com) (Credit: Masayoshi Sukita)

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Photo exhibit for a cause: 'Passion' (Feb. 14-March 14)

See incredible photos of wild animals, including musk
See incredible photos of wild animals, including musk ox, horses, bears and powerful shots of people photographer Ejaz Khan has taken around the world and help him raise money for the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation. Between Feb. 14 and March 14, a portion of the sales from the exhibition and one of his works will be donated to the foundation, which is a nonprofit organization that places pets in homes. Khan first worked for the fashion industry and is now photographing mostly wild animals. (260 W. 36th St., ejazkhanearth.com) (Credit: Ejaz Khan Earth)

'A Celebration of the Blues' exhibition (Feb. 1-24)

Dispel those wintertime blues with a celebration of
Dispel those wintertime blues with a celebration of the Blues at this collection of 25 black-line illustrated portraits depicting Blues legends, including Muddy Waters, B. B. King and more. This exhibit at the Poe Park Visitor Center showcases the works of illustrator Ron Bucalo in honor of Black History Month. (Free, Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Poe Park Visitor Center, 2640 Grand Concourse, Bronx, nycgovparks.org) (Credit: Ron Bucalo / NYC Parks)

Pop-up table tennis at Berg'n (Wednesday nights)

Try your hand at table tennis -- it's
Try your hand at table tennis -- it's not as easy as you think. Berg'n teams up with The Push (a table tennis league) each Wednesday night. You can enter and potentially win a $200 cash prize, too. ($10, 7:30 p.m., 899 Bergen St., Crown Heights, bergn.com) (Credit: iStock)