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Internationally acclaimed bass-baritone, Eric Owens, visits The Juilliard School for a live-streamed master class with singers from the Ellen and James S. Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts. The class concludes with a session of questions for Mr. Owens submitted from the audience and online
Opening Reception: May 1 from 6pm– 8pm Exhibition: May 1–June 7 Birnam Wood Galleries 514 West 24 Street / New York / Chelsea Birnam Wood Galleries would like to extend a special invitation to attend the opening reception of Elements, a solo exhibition of David Datuna latest work on Thursday evening, May 1st from 6-8pm. The exhibition will be the artist’s first show since his installation Viewpoint of Billions: Portrait of America at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery drew 23,000 visitors in February, the largest crowd the museum has seen for a show in more than three decades.
MAY 2 – JUNE 3, 2014 Exhibition AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its MAY 2 – JUNE 3, 2014 Exhibition and “Salute to the Stars” Party leading Contemporary Master Artists whose mesmerizing work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the magical realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and form. This exhibition offers a visual bouquet to the senses, entrancing the apex of excellence while offering an international perspective to the representational and non- representational realm through varied interpretations of the world. Artists Exhibiting Include: STARS From HEAVEN J. DULE LOUISE GAGGINI KAY GRIFFITH ILYA SCHAR STARS on EARTH PHILIP CATANIA BARBARA MUIR PAEDRA INCANDESCENCE of the STARS ANDREA HARRIS ANGELIKA KAHL FRANCES MERCER STARLIT TRANSPLENDENCE ZINA KOSSOY SVETLANA MALAKHOVA WILLIAM STEINBERG COLLECTORS' CHOICE KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC & LAURIE TYLEC
When musician Will Johnson isn’t touring or recording with Centro-matic and South San Gabriel or making solo records, the prolific renaissance man keeps busy working on his visual art. In his own words: “My name is Will. I drive a small pickup, am not presently on any medication, write songs, and play in a few bands with some friends that I love a lot. I've worked jobs on a farm, in maintenance and janitorial work, in comic book distribution, in a record store, in restaurants, teaching, delivering cars, transporting equipment, renting out tuxedos, making sandwiches, and cleaning up radioactive and mercury-contaminated waste. I love baseball. As far as I can remember, I have always loved baseball.” Chat with Will over a complimentary beer and ballpark snack at our Spring Art Party on Friday, May 2. Twenty pieces of Will Johnson's beautiful, original artwork will be on exhibit and available for purchase.
The Black & White Show opens on May 6 at Aloft Hotel in Harlem featuring mixed media, paintings, pen & ink, and photography - all in BLACK & WHITE only. The artists work in code and nuances, parities and disparities using textures, lines, contrast and movement to explore ideas and theories.