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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 . . NYC











"Subtext" at 
Foley Gallery
Chinatown/LES: 
59 Orchard street, 










Clay Patrick McBride "3rd Rail" at 
Foley Gallery
Chinatown/LES: 
59 Orchard street, 


It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwards  | Events CalendarIt’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwardsSVA

Opening on 
On View 
SVA
Chelsea

601 West 26th Street

15th floor

New York, 
NY 10011


















Charles March WOOD LAND | Events Calendar























































'Lady L' Lynn Saunder, 
Alexander Acevedo, 
Dave Valentin, 
David Gonzalez, 
Edwin Torres, 
Grandmster Melle Mel, 
Joe Conzo Sr., 
Lorraine A. Cortés-Vazquez, 
Tina Ramírez, 
Tito Puente 
"Casita Maria: 80 Years Of Inspiring The Future" 

at 
Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education



163 street: 
928 Simpson street












Artist Talk: 
Adams Puryear, 
Anna Louise Jiongco, 
Autumn Kioti, 
Derek Frankhouser, 
Jaynie Gillman Crimmins, 
Madora Frey, 
Mark Taber, 
Nathalie Brilliant 
"Image Share Night" 
at 
NURTUREart Gallery


Brooklyn, Bushwick: 

56 Bogart Street,


Neighborhood Conversation on Police/Community Relations  | Events Calendar

Neighborhood Conversation on Police/Community Relations
JACK
Talk on 
JACK
Clinton Hill
505 1/2 Waverly Ave
Between Fulton St. and Atlantic Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Website

Contact:
646-734-8985
info@jackny.org


    





JACK
Clinton Hill


505 1/2 Waverly Ave



Between Fulton St. and Atlantic Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11238












JACK and Prospect Heights Democrats for Reform host a community discussion about police/community relations. 






In 1992 the police staged a protest of Mayor Dinkins at City Hall, and now 22 years later, it seems we're nearly at the same place. 


What is the nature of police-community relations then and now? 



What would we like community-police relationships to look like? 



We mourn the horrific deaths of Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, 
but now we have the opportunity to talk about building a safer community and creating some dialogue between the police and the general public. 



Most protesters want genuine change in how the police communicate and interact with the general public. 



As Central Brooklyn residents, 
we do too. 



What do YOU think the members of the police should know or be doing? 


Come and talk to your neighbors, 
and tell us what you think. 


Let's work together towards a positive resolution to an intolerable situation.










"Material Location" curated by Susie J. Silbert 
at 
UrbanGlass (Agnes Varis Art Center)
Brooklyn: 
647 Fulton street

Song One



Screening on 
Museum of the Moving Image
Rest Of Queens
36-01 35 Avenue
Astoria, NY 11106
Website

Contact:
718-784-0077
info@movingimage.us


    
Song One With Anne Hathaway and director Kate Barker-Froyland in person | Events Calendar
Photo courtesy of The Film Arca




With Anne Hathaway 
director Kate Barker-Froyland in person
Museum of the Moving Image






Dir. Kate Barker-Froyland. 2014, 86 mins. 


With Anne Hathaway, Johnny Flynn, Mary Steenburgen.


 Academy Award-winning actress Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables) stars as Franny in Song One, 
a romantic drama set against the backdrop of Brooklyn's vibrant indie music scene. 


When Franny's musician brother Henry is badly injured in a car accident, 
Franny returns home and develops a strong connection with Henry’s musical idol. 


This impressive debut film by Kate Barker-Froyland, which premiered at Sundance, 
is a heartfelt love story filled with original music and live performances. 



This event is sold out. 


Tickets may become available on a first-come, 
first-served basis through a standby line. 



@   Museum of the Moving Image




36-01 35 Avenue

Astoria, 
NY 11106







Visit the Museum's admission desk after 6:00 p.m. to secure a position in the standby line. 


Tickets: $25 
($15 members at the Film Lover and Dual levels / free for Silver Screen members and above).










CASITA MARIA: 80 YEARS OF INSPIRING THE FUTURE  | Events Calendar
CASITA MARIA: 80 YEARS OF INSPIRING THE FUTURE


ALEXANDER ACEVEDO, 
JOE CONZO SR., 
LORRAINE A. CORTÉS-VAZQUEZ, 
DAVID GONZALEZ, 
GRANDMASTER MELLE MEL, 
RITA MORENO, 
TITO PUENTE, 
TINA RAMÍREZ, 
EDWIN TORRES, 
DAVE VALENTIN




Curated by Christine Licata




Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education


Opening on 
On View 

Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education
Bronx

928 Simpson Street 
FL 6

Bronx, 
NY 10459



Photo credits: Casita Maria Alumna, Rita Moreno, as a child, courtesy of the Artist; Rita Moreno as “Anita” in West Side Story (1961). This role earned her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, making her the first Latina actress to win the honor, courtesy of MGM Studios.


























Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education’s 80th Anniversary Exhibition Celebrates its Alumni 



On view from January 21 through April 8, 2015, 
the exhibition will contain photography, 
music, 
costumes 
and ephemera that represent key moments or achievements in these accomplished alumni’s lives. 
For example, on display will be music, rare recordings and photographs of TITO PUENTE and DAVE VALENTIN, 
the dress that RITA MORENO wore as “Norma Desmond” in the musical Sunset Boulevard and other props and costumes created specifically for TINA RAMIREZ and GRANDMASTER MELLE MEL. 


EXHIBITION DATES January 21 – April 8, 2015 


OPENING RECEPTION 
CASITA’S 80TH BIRTHDAY PARTY
Wed., January 21, 2015 
6 - 8 PM 




IMAGINING WORKSHOP: 
SHAPING THE NEXT 20 YEARS WITH CASITA KIDS 
LED BY 2050 LEGACY 
in partnership with The US Department of Arts & Culture 
Wed., March 11, 2015 
4 - 6 PM 




ALUMNUS TALK: 
ELENA MARTINEZ
In Conversation With DAVID GONZALEZ 
Thurs., April 2, 2015 
6 - 8 PM








Image Share Night 2015  | Events Calendar
Image Share Night 2015

Adams Puryear, 
Anna Louise Jiongco, 
Autumn Kioti, 
Derek Frankhouser, 
Jaynie Gillman Crimmins, 
MaDora Frey, 
Mark Taber, 
Nathalie Brilliant


Momenta Art


Talk on 


Momenta Art
Bushwick / Ridgewood

56 Bogart Street

Brooklyn, 
NY 11206












The annual Muse Fuse / Image Share Night is a chance for emerging artists to share their latest work and gain valuable experience speaking about it in public. 



PLEASE NOTE: 
due to the expansive nature of NURTUREart’s current exhibition, 

this event will take place at Momenta Art, 

located within the same building as NURTUREart, 

on Wednesday January 21, 7pm. 




Whether you’re an artist, 

curator, 

collector 

or just curious it is always a fun opportunity to discover and connect with new artists

—see a bunch of mini, 

virtual studio visits in one night. 




This year’s presenters will include: 

Adams Puryear 

Anna Louise Jiongco 

Autumn Kioti 

Derek Frankhouser 

Jaynie Gillman Crimmins 

MaDora Frey 

Mark Taber 

Nathalie Brilliant 








NURTUREart’s Image Share Night is a cherished yearly tradition … 
the event is open to everyone to participate, and is a great way to gain exposure and experience presenting your work. 

Artists will have ten minutes each to present their work to an audience. 



Refreshments provided by LAGUNITAS.