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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

New Lots Brooklyn Public Library Slavery Memorial

Brownsville Heritage House 581 Mother Gaston Blvd, Brooklyn, NY

Exhibition of a memorial proposal to be presented to the designers of the New Lots Brooklyn Public Library, which is partially sited on an historic African burial ground. The project was created by Empowering Youth Towards Excellence participants who completed a seven-week course in which they learned about the history of slavery in Brooklyn and broader Long Island. The proposal will be exhibited in a Brownsville Heritage House display case.

Free

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free
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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free

Hosting Reading & Discussion Programs

Humanities New York 150 Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY

This online webinar is for project directors who are hosting a Reading & Discussion program. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

SI Mode: Exploring Fashion & Identity Workshops

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Fashion curators Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, in partnership with the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, run four participatory, two-day workshops exploring the themes of Staten Island fashion and identity. These are in preparation for a 2023 exhibition, which participants will have the opportunity to contribute to via a call for participants of all ages and backgrounds to take part in one, several, or all four workshops! In these programs you are invited to reflect on and discuss your experiences of fashion as a Staten Islander as we explore objects, images, and exhibition storytelling as a group. There will be […]

Free

Redefining Narrative

Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums PO Box 4, Cooperstown, NY

This is a series of thought provoking video presentations by five humanities scholars who are changing the way we think about history and culture. Each is helping to redefine how museums and other cultural organizations explore new approaches to working within the cultural sector, presenting fresh ideas about the pressing issues of our time, and disrupting age-old formulas about what we expect to find within museums. Released in early September, each video will be 30–40 minutes in length, and will be accompanied by online discussion prompts and worksheets that could be used in a classroom, at a staff meeting, or […]

Free

Exhibition: The Willard Suitcase

Regina A Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University 3261 West State Street Cornelius Welch Drive, St Bonaventure, NY

Exhibition of 30 photographs by Jon Crispin, with text by Karen L. Miller, M.D.

Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This online webinar is for facilitators who will be leading Reading & Discussion program conversations. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

Recurring

Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

PKX: Wonderland Festival

Trolley Barn Gallery 489 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, NY

The Art Effect’s PKX: Wonderland-themed Festival is a building block for the Youth Arts Empowerment Zone and will be held in and around the Trolley Barn Gallery in downtown Poughkeepsie. The 3-day festival features activities for all ages, live performances, local food vendors, the unveiling of public art, and an international juried exhibition that transports the audience to an otherworldly empire of wonder, illusion, and surprise. Led by Poughkeepsie youth’s aspirations and visions for the future, we ask, and wonder, how can your art help us reimagine our reality and create positive change in our community?

Free

Hosting Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This online webinar is for project directors who are hosting a Reading & Discussion program. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This online webinar is for facilitators who will be leading Reading & Discussion program conversations. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Justice Talks: A Conversation with Jo Kreiter and Partners

Online NY

Join us for a conversation about the importance of restorative justice and the creative process as they contribute to alternatives to the prison system. We’ll also explore Ms. Kreiter’s process of integrating personal narratives and lived human experience into the choreography and presentation of Apparatus of Repair. We will hear from those who participated in a first ever, restorative circle with five men currently in Sing Sing Correctional Facility and a group of artists contributing to the project. Participants: Jo Kreiter (Flyaway Productions), Sean Pica (Hudson Link for Higher Education), Hilberto Ramos (Hudson Link for Higher Education), Minerva Pascual ("Artivist") […]

Free