Events for 06/09/2018
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CCCD annual family event showcasing children's activities, painting, folklore, crafts, FREE mammograms by ScanVan must REGISTER 800 564 6868Find out more »
HSA & Jazz For Young People on Tour present Jazz and Civil Rights
The 1950s and 1960s, a time of social and political upheaval in America, inspired some of the most passionate and emotional compositions in the history of jazz. This concert by the Jazz at Lincoln Center’s professional ensemble will demonstrate how jazz can serve as a form of protest and as an
instrument for social change and is a part of a collaboration between HSA and Jazz at Lincoln Center made possible by the Herb Alpert Foundation.
HSA Gallery, 12PM • FREEFind out more »
Move your body, make music & be a part of the story every Saturday with Dancer, Actor and in-house talent, Alexander Elisa. Saturdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 1:00 - 2:00pm FREE with museum admission.Find out more »
Held in the RING Garden at the intersection of Broadway and Dyckman Street. Local Musicians and artists come together for our annual afternoon of Art and Entertainment.Find out more »
NoMAA invites local artists to open their professional or home studios and give visitors a glimpse into their creative process.
This year eight artists in Inwood and 30 in West Harlem and Washington Heights are participating.
Inwood: Rider Urena, Barbara Brocklebank, Sky Pape, Liz DeMayo, Tim Koelle, Carol Diamond, Kae Sato and Jimbo Blachly.Find out more »
Does Compliance Matter in Special Education?
This book asks a question that many educators may think, but won’t say out loud: Does compliance with IDEA legislation matter? This timely and thought-provoking book unpacks the civil rights history of IDEA, examines the impact of its procedural focus on educational practice, and questions why racial inequities in special education persist despite good intentions by policymakers, educators, and school personnel. Catherine Kramarczuk Voulgarides is an educational consultant and an assistant professor of special education at Touro College in New York City.
Photographic series, 17 photographs. It explores motion and textures through a love story.
Opening Jun 9th 6-9 pm.
Exhibition on view July 15th Thursday to Sunday
East Winds Ensemble presents a unique concert by two masters of Japanese music, Masayo Ishigure and Marco Lienhard.
From the sordid streets of Victorian London, the game is afoot this Spring as literature’s greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes arrives at the Morris-Jumel Mansion. Adapted for the stage by Steven Dietz and directed by Vincent Carbone (vincentcarbone.net), audiences will witness Holmes and his trusted confidant, Dr. Watson attempt to solve yet another conundrum before it’s … Continue reading "Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure"Find out more »