http://www.philaprintshop.com/aau.html Gathering funds by subscriptions, the Union purchased and then redistributed paintings and engravings, creating a structure that made high art accessible to the middle class. from Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898 (The History of New York City) The Panic of 1837 had disrupted Manhattan’s patronage system. Cole, Sully, and […]
NEW PAINTINGS 20 Bay Street Landing, Apt. 3K Staten Island, NY 10301 Saturday, May 11, 2013 Noon through 5 p.m. 718-356-5314 (a few short blocks from the ferry in Staten Island’s Arts District) Please have security office (entrance) call in your visit! Welcome, ASCA Friends!
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Berkeley College New York, NY Berkeley College is exhibiting the work of three artists – Rose Sigal-Ibsen, Corky Lee and Wang Fangyu – in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The exhibit runs from May 1 through 28, with an artist’s reception on May 10 […]
You are invited to the opening reception Thursday, May 16, 2013, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at The Interchurch Center, 475 Riverside Drive, New York City. Art of the 5: Queens Represents, 2nd in a series of annual exhibitions highlighting selected artists from NYC’s 5 boroughs. Hope to see you on May 16th! Leslie Shaw Zadoian firstname.lastname@example.org http://LeslieShawZadoian.com
Marilyn Weiss Solo Exhibit At The Graphic Eye Gallery Co-op Gallery Solo Exhibit at the Graphic Eye Gallery, 402 Main St., Port Washington, NY.11050 May 2 – 26, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, May 5, 2 – 4 PM The Graphic Eye Gallery is a lovely, street level co-op gallery of which I am a member […]
Rose Segal-Ibsen will be giving a Calligraphy demonstration at Bloomingdale’s Downtown 504 Broadway NYC (Near Broome Street) for the Asian American Society, in celebration of the Chinese New Year. DATE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH, 2013 PLACE: BLOOMINGDALE’S DOWNTOWN 2ND FLOOR 504 BROADWAY (NEAR BROOME STREET) TIME- 2:00 – 4:00PM
For Immediate Release Gerda Roze Shares a Slice of WWII History—and a Tale of Survival In her memoir, “To peel an Onion”, Gerda revisits a past influenced by tradition and ancestry and the challenge of perpetually reinventing herself in the face of war and its devastation. MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. January 11, 2013 .- In an […]