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The American Museum of Natural History and Sundance Film Festival Present Encore Screenings of Coral: Rekindling VenusPresented by American Museum of Natural History
Coral: Rekindling Venus, a video installation created by Australian artist Lynette Wallworth that immerses viewers in the stunning underwater realm of fluorescent coral reefs and exotic sea creatures, returns by popular demand to the American Museum of Natural History on January 22-24 in collaboration with the Sundance Film Festival. As part of this limited engagement, Walworth will participate in a Q&A via Skype from Park City, Utah after the evening screening on Wednesday, January 23. Coral: Rekindling Venus is a selection of the Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier program, which showcases films, media installations, multimedia performances, and panel discussions that explore the convergence of film, art, new media technology, and storytelling.
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Join actor Christian Camargo (from Showtime's "Dexter" and Twilight's "Breaking Dawn, Part 2"), TODAY correspondent and animal advocate Jill Rappaport, Dave Price, co-host of Good Day New York, and Fox 5 NY's Mike Woods at Animal Care & Control of NYC's luncheon and silent auction to benefit animals in need. Proceeds go to AC&C's Animal Care Fund, which helps keep homeless cats, dogs, and rabbits happy and healthy in AC&C Care Centers. Purchase tickets online at http://events.r20.constantcont act.com/register/event? oeidk=a07e6p27vf688bcd7a3&llr= znzl9gjab.
The Young Professionals Committee (YPC) of the Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® is hosting its fifth annual Painting Wall Street Pink event on Thursday, January 31, 2013 at the New York Stock Exchange and Cipriani Wall Street.