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Please join us as Julia Phillips discusses her novel Disappearing Earth, a finalist for the 2019 National Book Award and described by the N.Y. Times as a "nearly flawless novel." Disappearing Earth has been garnering rave reviews for its beautifully written and suspenseful story of two girls who go missing in a remote Russian province. Please register at goshenpubliclibrary.org, by calling...

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Elisa Pritzker will give an artist talk on Saturday December 7 at 3pm at Queen City 15 Fine Art Gallery as part of “Sagrado [Sacred]”. After trip to Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) in South Patagonia, Argentina, Elisa felt inspired by the positive spiritual-shamanic beliefs of the ancient/current Selknam People that suffered a brutal genocide, but their culture is alive and thriving. The...

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Sagrado [Sacred] Art Talk

Dec 7, 2019 @ 03:00 PM

An homage to the Selknam culture and inspiration for the future Queen City 15 Fine Art Gallery presents “Sagrado [Sacred}” an exhibit featuring artwork by Elisa Pritzker. After trip to Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) in South Patagonia, Argentina, Elisa felt inspired by the positive spiritual-shamanic beliefs of the ancient/current Selknam People. The idea behind this body of work is to...

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We welcome Author/Historian Kevin Woyce for a Yuletide event sure to please all ages... Enjoy tasty holiday edibles as we explore favorite Christmas Traditions, from the First Christmas to "A Christmas Carol," "White Christmas," and the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. Kevin will also treat us to music as part of this special program, and his books will be available for purchase! Suitable...

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Artist and art historian Marcy B. Freedman returns to Hudson Valley MOCA to present three lectures that focus upon the ways in which art confronts human behavior. As a visual artist, Marcy has explored a variety of mediums – from painting and sculpture to photography, video, and performance art. Her works have been shown in more than 300 exhibitions around the country, and she has presented...

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ART HISTORY WITH A TWIST: ART & IDENTITY: THE SHAPE-SHIFTERS Artist and art historian Marcy B. Freedman returns to Hudson Valley MOCA to present three lectures that focus upon the ways in which art confronts human behavior. In the 20th and 21st century, many important artists have forged career grounded in the exploration of roles, stereotypes, and other categories used to identify oneself or...

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Artist and art historian Marcy B. Freedman returns to Hudson Valley MOCA to present three lectures that focus upon the ways in which art confronts human behavior. As a visual artist, Marcy has explored a variety of mediums – from painting and sculpture to photography, video, and performance art. Her works have been shown in more than 300 exhibitions around the country, and she has presented...

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Poets' Corner Open Mic

Dec 8, 2019 - Dec 8, 2019

This event occurs monthly, on the second Sunday of March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December.

Tompkins Corners Cultural Center will present its inaugural open mic for poetry and spoken word event, open to the public. As part of TCCC’s ongoing community outreach, “Poets’ Corner” will be a new local venue and welcoming home for writers of all types.  Professionals and new writers alike will have a venue and audience to hear their work.   On the...

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Black and White Truffle Dinner

Dec 12, 2019 @ 06:00 PM

An annual tradition here at the CIA! Enjoy a six-course dinner at Ristorante Caterina de' Medici featuring the world's most luxurious ingredient—the truffle! Savor the flavors of black and white truffles paired with Piedmont and Campania wines. The evening will also include a welcome beverage, presentation, and tasting by our sponsor Sabatino Tartufi in the Danny Kaye Theatre. Do not miss...

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Diane Shewchuk, Curator From the complex family trees and recently "discovered" Schuyler connections in the Albany Institute's collection to the stories of bringing loans in from other museums, join us for this curator tour of The Schuyler Sisters & Their Circle exhibition. Space is limited and registration is required. Call (518) 463-4478 ext. 465 to register.

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