"The Ardor Of Spring"
Caelum Gallery 508-526
W 26th Street 3rd Floor New York
April 20, 5:30-9:30pm
Art Show, Fashion Show, Jewelry Show
SOLO ART SHOW
"Art on Date with Fashion"
- Galleries Presentations -
Art Collections by Oksana Tanasiv are presented for collectors worldwide
by Flat Space Art, London, UK
By C.Parker Gallery in Greenwich, CT, USA
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"Favotell", London, UK
"Voice of America", Washington,USA
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You are invited to an Evening of Music & Magic!
“Toward A Sustainable Clearwater” presents a fabulous night of entertainment and we hope to see you there!
Come hear musicians/songwriters Pinetree, Fred Gillan Jr & Laura Bowman plus be amazed by the always surprising magician Eric Walton!
Location is at Tent & Trails 21 Park Place on April 25 2017 to 6:30pm- 9:00pm. Tickets are a donation to Clearwater at http://weblink.donorperfect.com/TASC.
Please help us raise the funds needed to help the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater fulfill its mission of environmental education and activism and move forward to a sustainable future.
The majestic sloop Clearwater is the last tall ship on the Hudson and the only floating environmental education classroom serving towns up … [Continue reading...]
Al Smith is a gifted singer, songwriter, musician and content producer! As a performing artist he has been entertaining audiences around the globe with his own alternative brand of Country, Rock, Inspiration & Blues (coined “CRIB” for short). He gives an energetic performance which typically results with audiences rising to their feet chanting and singing along to his hi-octane soulful delivery.
Al Smith has a heart for humanity, he works diligently performing at fund-raising events and concerts wherever he’s needed; helping organizations like North General Hospital and the Boriken Health Center build new and green facilities in Harlem New York; The New Orleans Rescue Mission feeding the homeless; ECOFEST promoting the environment; The Lee Perry Gross Agency; entertaining at health and … [Continue reading...]
Lygia Pape: A Multitude of Forms is the first monographic exhibition in the United States devoted to Brazilian artist Lygia Pape (1927–2004). A critical figure in the development of Brazilian modern art, Pape combined geometric abstraction with notions of body, time, and space in unique ways that radically transformed the nature of the art object in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Covering a prolific, unclassifiable career that spanned five decades, this exhibition examines Pape's extraordinarily rich oeuvre as manifest across varied media—from sculpture, prints, and painting to installation, photography, performance, and film.
Lygia Pape: A Multitude of Forms
Exhibition Dates: March 21–July 23, 2017
Exhibition Location: The Met Breuer, Floor 4
The first … [Continue reading...]
We are delighted to announce that the prestigious 92Y will host a discussion with Anna Maria Meo, the Director General of Italy’s Festival Verdi and Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, a New York Times classical music critic, to uncover the history of the rarely performed Verdi opera "Jerusalem" and to offer a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming production which opens this year's Festival Verdi.
Rediscovering Verdi’s “Jérusalem”
Date: May 3, 2017
Address: 1395 Lexington Avenue. New York, NY 10128
Giuseppe Verdi’s operas are among the most popular staged productions all over the world, but rarely is there an opportunity to experience his “Jérusalem”. Festival … [Continue reading...]
Music is in Amanda's blood. It has been said that she sang even before she could speak. Her voice could sometimes be heard from the rooftops of Newark, NJ where she would dwell for some months of her infancy with her musical mother & her guitar strumming father. From the age of two, the multi-ethnic (African American, Cherokee Indian, Italian, & Egyptian) Amanda Holley practically lived in the orchestra pit while her mother (graduate of Manhattan School of Music) would play some of the greatest musicals and symphonies ever written on her cello, her estranged father Gregory Holley was a songwriter who wrote for Sarah Vaughan.
As a SINGER and songwriter, she has recently collaborated for her project with Dimitri Ehrlich (over 20Xs platinum), GoldenChyl (multiple-Grammy nominee), … [Continue reading...]
Pre-Audit Confirms 50th Anniversary CES Breaks Records in Both Stats and Innovation
Size, attendance, start up presence all up for the 50th anniversary of CES
Arlington, VA, April 11, 2017 - CES® 2017 set record-breaking numbers in exhibit space, attendance, startup companies and more according to a pre-audit report released today by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™, owner and producer of CES.
The pre-audit also reveals a record international presence at the 2017 show with more than 60,000 attendees from outside the U.S. representing 158 countries, regions and territories. CES 2017 hosted 4,015 exhibiting companies showcasing the latest in innovations and technologies across 2.6 million net square feet of exhibit space.
Some of the hottest trends coming from the show … [Continue reading...]
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New York Premiere
B-roll and Soundbites with filmmakers and special guests, including Dr. Jane Goodall, now available.
Landmark Sunshine Cinema
Saturday, April 08, 2017
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Third Annual Ray Korona Song Night
Saturday April 8, 8pm
at the PEOPLES’ VOICE CAFE Community Church, 40 E 35th (near Park), NYC 10016
contribution $20 • subscribers $12 • no one turned away
raykorona.com • peoplesvoicecafe.org
flyer to share • facebook event to share
“We need more Ray Korona songs!” We hear this a lot from people struggling to survive the Trump regime. It is striking how many of his songs are more relevant today than ever. “It’s Still the Sixties” for sure. Ray wrote songs about jobs, Social Security, health care, war and the nuclear brink, water, the environment, prisons, homelessness, women’s rights and more. Perhaps what we need most now from Ray’s music is his optimistic vision of the future. His songs encourage us and empower us to fight … [Continue reading...]