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The Modern Family Center at Spence-Chapin is excited to partner with The Moth, a non-profit organization dedicated to the art of storytelling! Our collaboration with the Moth Community Education Program will offer a series of storytelling workshops for adult adoptees to craft their own personal stories relation to adoption. Each workshop will have one trained storytelling instructor, as well as volunteer story coaches, to individually guide each adoptee through the creative process of storytelling. The program will end with a special performance by the adoptees to share their final stories with their friends and families. Orientation for all participants will be held on Tuesday, July 22 from 6:30-7:30 pm. The workshop series will be held on July 27, August 2, and August 10 from 2 pm - 5:30 pm.
Movie Night at Penumbra is a free series of lesser known or unusual films that in some way deal with photography, including documentaries, from silent era to contemporary. Our first offering is “Addicted to Love” (1997) directed by Griffin Dunn, an offbeat, somewhat dark (and occasionally sappy) romantic comedy set in lower Manhattan that features the creative installation of a camera obscura. Afterwards we'll discuss the film and look at some images by Abelardo Morell, a photographer from Boston who has worked with the camera obscura. Please join us for a fun summer’s evening and meet other film and photography enthusiasts at the Penumbra Foundation!
Celebrate summer by attending New York Choral Society Summer Sings this July and August. Read through the most popular masterworks of the choral literature conducted by six prominent choral conductors from the New York City area. We lend you the scores for the evening, provide accompaniment and soloists, air- conditioning, and YOU are the chorus! Summer Sings will be held on Wednesday nights, beginning Wednesday, July 23rd, and run through Wednesday, August 27th. Tickets: Individual Sings $20 Venue/Box Office Info Peter Norton Symphony Space, Leonard Nimoy Thalia 2537 Broadway (at 95th St.), PURCHASE TICKETS AT www.symphonyspace.org Phone:212-864-5400 ( Tuesday– Sunday 12 noon to 6 p.m.) Box Office (Tuesday–Sunday 12 noon to 6 p.m.)
Imagine your attitude as an art supply. This and many other provocative prompts are the kinds of productively playful exercises you will encounter in a Flash Perception Lab--with guidance in drawing, photography and writing to generate artworks. Experience how Ms. Rosenberg innovated a career translating words into pictures, pictures into words, observation into insight and love into understanding. Her technical expertise as an award-winning photographer, cartoonist, writer, animator and comic performer will offer you specific skills and clear mechanisms to expand, personalize, scintillate and accelerate your own expression. A spirited appetite for intelligent fun required. Price: Before July 16: $100. After July 16: $125. Please register for full address.
The Set NYC presents: Fashion Art Finance Networking Party. A members- only event, exclusive Lower Manhattan venue. Please apply for membership at http://setmembers.eventbrite.com to be placed on guest list.
Clocktower Radio's Jeannie Hopper hosts the I Love Vinyl crew at Red Bull Studios New York as we continue the summer long Living Live streamcast and viewing party. The group shares from their vast musical collection and discusses new media radio innovation. Join us onsite or online Wednesday, July 23 from 6-9pm and enjoy the radio adventure as part of Peter Coffin's Living exhibition now on view at the gallery.
Joseph Silovsky presents an Open Studio of Send for the Million Men, an examination of the arrest, trial, and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti, two Italian immigrants accused of a bank robbery in the 1920s, that features puppetry, robotics, video, and object manipulation.