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American Museum of Natural History Presents: SciCafe: Islands at the Edge: Climate Change, Globalization, and Island CulturePresented by American Museum of Natural History
Island cultures and ecosystems are already feeling the effects of climate change. Join Museum anthropologist Jenny Newell and Marshall Islands poet and activist Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner to explore how life in the Pacific islands is changing, and what this might mean for all of us in the future. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Free with cash bar 21+ with ID Enter at 77th Street
We will explore the elements of Jungian psychology, including: archetype, collective unconscious, persona, shadow, anima and animus, self, consciousness, symbol, spirit, mother complex, father complex, typology, individuation, and inner marriage. We will also explore Jung’s method of interpreting dreams, myths and fairy tales. Instructor: Maxson McDowell
The International Sculpture Center returns ten years later to the culturally vibrant city of New Orleans for the 24th International Sculpture Conference: Sculpture, Culture, and Community from October 1-4, 2014. This conference will feature panel discussions, keynote speakers Alice Aycock and Fairfax Dorn, ARTSlams, optional tours, networking events, and workshops, and will explore how sculpture and the arts can rejuvenate communities and economies. Registration is open now! Registration includes admission to all panels, keynote speakers, opening reception at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, gallery hop at the Art for Arts' Sake street party, the littleSCULPTURE show, Friday Nights at NOMA, ARTSlams, and networking events, among other activities. Registrants may also sign up for optional tours and workshops. Additional fees may apply to optional activities. Visit www.sculpture.org/nola2014 for more information. The 24th International Sculpture Conference is hosted in collaboration with the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, Creative Alliance of New Orleans, New Orleans Arts District, New Orleans Museum of Art, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, and Sculpture for New Orleans.
For high school students and up. If you’re interested in learning more about jazz and playing alongside other musicians, join the Queens Jazz OverGround for their monthly Jazz Clinic. Stick around for the Monthly Jazz Jam immediately after.
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Enterprise), the Center for New York City Neighborhoods (The Center), the Pratt Center for Community Development, and local community partners, including, the Mutual Housing Association of New York (MHANY), Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE), and New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG), in collaboration with the NYC Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations (HRO), will host the Sandy Neighborhood Design HelpDesk to offer free, one-on-one architecture, insurance, and mortgage consultations to Coney Island residents. This collaboration follows Mayor de Blasio's overhaul of Sandy recovery programs, which has streamlined and expedited relief while engaging community partners.
New York Times public affairs reporter Sam Roberts covers the rich story of America's great metropolis in his latest book, A History of New York in 101 Objects. The story is told through 101 distinctive objects that span the history of New York. Roberts will be in conversation with writer Kevin Baker. This event is free and seating is first-come, first-served. Doors will open at 6pm. Books will be available for purchase with a 15% discount for those in attendance. If you have questions, contact Laura Lee at email@example.com or 212.431.0233 ext. 259.
GO Really Pink Day at The Brooklyn Hospital Center serves to honor all cancer survivors at TBHC as well as friends, family and patients in the community.
Flash Perception Lab is a series of adventures designed to accelerate your awareness and refine your technical skills for expressing ideas in writing, drawing and photography. The point is to start from the idea. Then instead of teaching how to use “just one” art medium, you will learn how to use all available tools and technologies to give voice to your vision. Week 1, you’ll ride the subway on an ultimate field trip to your imagination. Week 2 examines the creation of expressive artworks blending drawing with words. Week 3, imagine yourself in the future, reflecting on your life today, then take a picture of yourself as a relic. A pen, notebook, pocket camera (or smart phone), and a spirited appetite for intelligent fun required. If you can make a sandwich with more than one ingredient, you have enough creative, associative ability to take this class. Wednesdays, Oct. 1 - 15, 6:30 - 9 pm. Cost: $125 Please register for full address.