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Entertainer and musician Glorious is delighted to announce a new Glorious Live show in New York, NY at the #ChooseInterestingMusic showcase presented by Grolsch on August 22, 2014 at Ella Lounge. In Glorious’ vibrant show, she uses a full 7-piece drum set and improvisation to create remixes to electronic dance music while covering house music anthems and self produced Pop/R&B and dance records.
Join DJ Marley Marl, DJ Vernon, Video Music Box’s Ralph McDaniels and Ray DeJon as they host the biggest dance party of the summer. Get ready to dance to all of your favorite Hip Hop, R&B and Top 40 hits all night long. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Jamaica YMCA and the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens.
Come Meet Tennis Star, Sloane Stephens, Exclusively at Walgreens, Brought To You By LISTERINE(R) Brand and BENGAY(R) BrandPresented by LISTERINE(R) Brand and BENGAY(R) Brand
On behalf of LISTERINE(R) Brand and BENGAY(R) Brand Sloane Stephens will appear at Walgreens (Times Square location) to sign autographs and take photos with fans.
NEW YORK POLICE AND FIRE WIDOWS’ AND CHILDREN’S BENEFIT FUND PARTICIPATES IN MACY’S NINTH ANNUAL “SHOP FOR A CAUSE”Presented by The New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’
Macy’s helps The New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund raise funds and awareness to provide financial assistance to our fallen NYC first responders. Macy’s and The New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund invite customers to participate in Macy’s ninth annual national “Shop For A Cause” charity shopping event on August 23, 2014. Macy’s “Shop For A Cause” is a unique one-day- only shopping event created to support local charities’ fundraising efforts, and has helped raise more than $44 million for charities across the country since 2006. Customers can participate in this year’s event by purchasing shopping passes from The Benefit Fund now. For more information about Macy’s “Shop For A Cause,” visit macys.com/shopforacause. To purchase a shopping pass from The New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund click here, or contact Lauren Profeta at email@example.com rg or at 646-728-4434.
Create tangible image objects of your digital work, slides, or any image from which you can create a positive or negative transparency! In this workshop students will learn how to create ambrotypes (positives on glass), opalotypes (positives on white tin), and tintypes (positives on blackened tin) using an enlarger. Students will learn the techniques of preparing the plate, cleaning glass, pouring collodion, exposing, developing, fixing, and varnishing. Chemistry mixing and safety will also be discussed. Students will be using cold head enlargers. All materials including enlargers, chemicals, glass, and metal will be supplied. Students should bring both positive transparencies as well as negatives to the class with which to print. If creating positive transparencies on an ink-jet printer, please print them at 4”x5” or smaller on transparency film.
Young writers from the NYWC summer youth workshops in Fort Greene Park will share some powerful poetry and prose alongside some of the city’s most beloved poets and writers.
Join LMCC for an Open Studio with a canary torsi / Yanira Castro, featuring a discussion about the process of creating the visual world of a canary torsi’s new work, Court/Garden. The discussion, featuring Castro, environment/lighting designer Kathy Couch and costume designer Miodrag Gurberinic, will focus on the inspiration for and development of the visual elements and how these elements delineate the power dynamics and political structures inherent in the source material for the work. Court/Garden is a performance that takes as its inspiration the imperial ballets of Louis XIV’s French Court, the spectatorship of the proscenium stage and the presentation of video feeds as cultural, social and political frames of experience. The audience’s relationship to the performance is in constant flux, investigating the structures behind the act of watching and being seen.
What happens when soy sauce meets rice paper? How do you paint with ink in the style of Monet? What decisions does an artist make during the artistic process? From oil painting to soy sauce art, artist Zhang Hongtu demonstrates his techniques and discusses how to creatively experiment with different materials and medium.