Monthly Archives: May 2016

Jun 6 Mon Met Expands Huge Resources On Line With New Group of Artists

The Met expands its already humonguous on line resources to another group of artists speaking of the works they respond to at the Met: Metropolitan Museum Launches Final Season of Acclaimed Online Series The Artist Project Season 6 includes Barry … Continue reading

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Jun 2 Thu 10-11.30 am Morgan Hidden, Rare Copper Figures from Mesopotamia (May 13-Aug 21)

Back to Civilization, the First, with Mesopotamia Statuettes at the Morgan A Precious Temple to the Gods of Order, Art and Beneficent Authority away from NYC’s Hectic Pandemonium Artworks Without Ego Never Meant To Be Seen By Human Eyes Inside … Continue reading

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Jun 2 Thu 10-11.30am Morgan Library: Rembrandt’s First Masterpiece, Judas Returning the Thirty Pieces of Silver ( Jun 3- Sep 18)

Morgan Shows Rembrandt’s First Masterpiece Painted To Impress at 23 Etchings and Preparatory Drawings Show How He Developed “Judas” and Other Works of Genius From More Routine Beginnings A Series of Youthful Self Portraits “This is my business card” the … Continue reading

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World Science Festival Jun 1 Wed-5 Sun

City of Science in Manhattan is just one part of our STREET SCIENCE day! Join us for all of the activities below, plus a lot more exhibits and installations this June: Sunday, June 5th, 2016 10:00 AM-6:00 PM Washington Square … Continue reading

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May 31 Tue 6.30pm New America Film Time to Choose

HOW IT TURNED OUT: Global Warming Crisis Doc Shows Potential Cure In Sight as Costs of Solar, Hybrid Cars Dive Below Polluting Oil, Gas But Jim Hansen Says Rescue Needs Stick of Carbon Charges As Well as Carrot of Lower … Continue reading

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May 28 Sat 4pm Explorers Club Lecture and Sendoff Party for Aleksander “Olek” Doba with Piotr Chmielinski, Before Olek Will Kayak Right Across Atlantic Tomorrow at 1.07pm from Liberty Island Park

A lively sendoff for one of the bravest solo adventurers to appear at the Explorers Club, the indomitable Aleksander Doba, 69, who has taken on the mighty Atlantic solo from Africa to South America and from Lisbon to Florida in … Continue reading

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May 26 Thu Nord-Anglia School: St Georges Society Special Concert

A fine example of the special blessings of English and European schooling was provided by a wonderful set of brief but engaging musical performances by the children of Nord-Anglia for the distinguished delegation from St George’s Society, with the singing … Continue reading

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May 26 Thu 5.45pm Clinton Castle Battery Park exhibition ‘Via Antwerp. The Road to Ellis Island’ with Sven Gatz (Flemish Minister of Culture), Philip Heylen (Vice Mayor of Antwerp), Marc Van Peel (President Antwerp Port Authority)

One of New York City’s great occasions in the vast post Katrina spiffed up Ellis Island main building hall even though no one could hear the speeches which went on far too long, keeping the well dressed crowd some of … Continue reading

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May 20 Fri 3 pm-9pm May 21 Sat 9am-9.45pm May 22 Sun 9am-9pm John Jay School of Justice 524 W. 59St Left Forum 2016

Those who support a humane society will gather on May 20 Fri (3pm-9pm) May 21 Sat (9am-9.45pm) and May 22 Sun (9am-9pm) at the John Jay School of Justice 524 W. 59St for the 12th gigantic meet of the The … Continue reading

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May 14 Sat 3 pm Grace Church Choral Society Felix Mendelssohn Elijah Oratorio John Maclay Conductor Philip Cutlip, Tami Petty, Helen Karloski, Timothy Stoddard, Anne Sorensen

The last and greatest masterwork of Mendelssohn’s short but inspired life was played and sung with gentle authority and rapid precision in all its straightforward but always heartening harmonies in which two hours can pass in a wonderful reverie where … Continue reading

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May 13 Fri Molly Barnes at Roger Smith: Virgina Dwan avant garde dealer, collector, philanthropist

VIRGINIA DWAN Friday, May 13, 2016 Molly will interview leading Los Angeles and New York avant garde art dealer Virginia Dwan. Virginia Dwan is noted as an American art collector, art patron, philanthropist, visionary and founder of the Dwan Light … Continue reading

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May 12 Thu Noon Roger Smith Molly Barnes presents Tim Yarger of Timothy Yarger of Beverly Hills, Global Gallerist and Publisher.

If there is one art gallery owner/dealer one would choose to represent one’s adventures in making art, it would be Tim Yarger, judging from his presentation this day at Molly Barnes’ famous bicoastal lunchtime salon at the Roger Smith. Not … Continue reading

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May 11 Wed 6.30pm-8.30 pm New America The Return of The Incarcerated

POV has a recent series of films which go through the tormented experience of victims of murderous racial injustice without dramatizing or editing the story in some more rapid and politically articulate way and The Return is one example, which … Continue reading

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May 10 6pm Christina Lamb Farewell to Kabul NYU Silver Center of Arts and Sciences, Room 520 (31 Washington Place between Greene St. and Washington Square East)

A rare opportunity to hear two figures in the realm of great power politics and media who are personally forthcoming and wedded to accuracy by innate integrity yet on whom politics must inevitably force discretion in public (“I assume this … Continue reading

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