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Arts in the Afternoon

Mar 14, 2018 @ 01:30 PM

Ever wonder how an exhibition comes together? Guest Curator Bartholomew F. Bland, Executive Director of the Lehman College Art Gallery, City University of New York, pulls back the curtain on the mechanics of organizing and mounting The Neo-Victorians. Find out how an exhibition goes from just a gleam in a curator’s eye to 1,800 insects hanging on the walls of a Gilded-Age home. Free with...

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Botanical Surface Design

Mar 17, 2018 @ 01:00 PM

Are you inspired by nature, plants and botanical prints? Want to learn a fun technique to bring some of these patterns into your home? Come learn how plants can be pressed and then used as stamps to print on paper and fabric. All pressed specimen will be provided as well as information about how to press more at home. We will start printing plants with ink on paper to create beautiful cards,...

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Talk and Tour with Alison Collins

Mar 17, 2018 @ 02:00 PM

Explore The Neo-Victorians and engage in a lively conversation with featured artist Alison Collins, who creates sculptures and large installations out of steel and other materials. Free with Museum admission. Purchase admission in advance here: http://www.hrm.org/information.html

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A four-hour class devoted to teaching you what you need to know to begin, and continue, this enjoyable pastime. Covered in the class are the basics of wood identification; as well as the layout, carving and finishing a hardwood wooden spoon. We'll focus on carving technique, and hopefully, by the end of the class, participants will leave with a spoon of their own making, as well as the wood,...

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HRM Perspectives with Laura Vookles

Mar 18, 2018 @ 01:00 PM

Laura Vookles, Chair of the Curatorial Department, will lead a tour of The Neo-Victorians, with a focus on artists who reference home decoration and personal clothing in their work. Free with Museum admission. Purchase admission in advance here: http://www.hrm.org/information.html

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The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan

Mar 18, 2018 @ 02:00 PM

The Ridgewood Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company presents an hour-long performance of solos, duets, and group numbers from the best of Gilbert and Sullivan, featuring excerpts from The Pirates of Penzance, Mikado, and H.M.S. Pinafore. The Company, founded in 1937, has presented full productions of the works of Gilbert and Sullivan on a regular schedule for over 80 years, delighting...

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Spring Awakening: A Dance Party!

Mar 23, 2018 @ 08:00 PM

Ready to come alive with all the titillation of spring? Celebrate new beginnings, new connections, and fever in the air by letting that shock of fresh sun jolt your body with dance at Purpl! Whatever kind of music you're into, get ready shake off the cold and shimmy in the season of rebirth. DJ Marvilous will be spinning all your favorites! Visit our event page to get your...

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Daisy Tainton, Insect Preparator and Curatorial Assistant at the American Museum of Natural History, will lead participants in creating a miniature, whimsical insect diorama under glass, centered around a preserved rhinoceros beetle. Participants are encouraged to bring their own miniatures, natural objects, and other items for inspiration. Recommended for ages 11+. Tickets: $20; Members $15....

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BLEEDING EDGE Opening Reception

Mar 24, 2018 @ 06:30 PM

Join us for the opening reception of HVCCA’s new exhibition, Bleeding Edge, presented in the upstairs mezzanine gallery in collaboration with Peekskill’s Art Industry Media initiative. Preceding the opening reception, Peekskill Film Festival presents the screening of Alejandro Jordorowsky’s film, “Endless Poetry,”  with a Q & A session following the film with Mick Gochanour....

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Aqueous Remains

Mar 25, 2018 - May 25, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Rockland Center for the Arts is proud to present Aqueous Remains, a compelling exhibition of works by Aurora Robson, exploring ecological issues and the relationship between nature and humanity.  Robson is a multi-media artists known for her lively and intricate sculptures constructed from plastic debris.  Her practice is about shifting trajectories as she transforms waste into aesthetic...

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