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Month: April 2017

Women in the arts discuss climate justice

AS PART OF the National Museum for Women in the Arts’ Fresh Talk series, Ruth Little, Miranda Massie, Jacqui Patterson, and Laura Turner Seydel join forces to answer the…
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Vivian Sessoms is celebrating International Jazz Day in Collins Park

ON  APRIL 30TH, the Global Arts Project and the Collins Park Neighborhood Association will celebrate International Jazz Day with a free performance by vocalist Vivian Sessoms. For more information, click…
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Melissa Weisz and Malky Goldman, Part 1

Melissa Weisz and Malky Goldman, Part 1

Malky Goldman and Melissa Weisz grew up in Brooklyn’s Hasidic Satmar community – an extremely insular world that has very little to do with secular society. They knew next to nothing about theater, film, tv – all of which fall under the heading of sacrilegious. Both women broke away from…
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ProjectArt benefit with work from Grimanesa Amoros

PROJECTART, AN ORGANIZATION dedicated to bringing art education across New York City through after school programs, is hosting a benefit on April 28th at 6:30pm. “My Kids Could Do That” will feature works from artist Grimanesa Amoros and many others. For…
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Betty Buckley, Entertainer

Betty Buckley, Entertainer

Betty Buckley in a word - omigod! The Tony award-winning Broadway legend, whose stage, screen, television and concert career has spanned more than 5 decades, talks about life in the limelight and away from the maddening crowd at her Texas retreat. You won't want to miss our conversation with the woman dubbed "The Voice of Broadway."
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