I had the opportunity to see the New York Theatre Workshop staging of Once, a play based on the John Carney film starring Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová. I went in thinking it unusual for an adaptation to buck the more typical play-to-film route. It turns out lots of films turn into plays (if you don’t believe me, look…Continue
Added by Peter Ferko on December 19, 2011 at 12:47pm — No Comments
HI...I know I posted this in the events section, but I just want to make sure that it gets seen and don't know who checks what. I have four pieces in it, many of them on line here, so, there won't be many surprises regarding my work, but I know some of the other artists and expect this to be a very interesting show. I recommend reading the "galleries mission" statement on line at www.SPACEWOMb.com.
SPACEWOMb Gallery is proud to present…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on December 13, 2011 at 9:09pm — No Comments
187th. Street Gallery Project presents:
Michael L. Johnson, A Mini-Retrospective:Paintings from 1980 to 2011
Artists Unite has been meeting the challenge of Upper Manhattan’s lack of gallery space by developing it’s “Creative Venues” program to increase artists opportunity to exhibit and to increase the public’s ability to experience art in their lives.
We started with the MTA Subway Elevator Poster Project (placing original art in the…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on December 13, 2011 at 9:01pm — No Comments
Hi...I have been very moved by an OCW sign that read: Occupy Yourself. After all, that's where it all begins and ends. However, there's always the question HOW? A friend of mine told me I just had to start meditating again, and yes,of course! So, sitting on the A train (190th.) en route to 59th.St., I took out one of my favorite books by A.Krishnamurti and within one stop became lulled by his words and the train and wrote...now I usually just rhyme, it's a kid thing, but this came out…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on December 9, 2011 at 3:48pm — No Comments
Join friends and neighbors, readers and writers, musicians, filmmakers, artists, children and grown-ups for the first-ever RENT PARTY of the Word Up Community Bookstore, Broadway @176th Street. It's December 17th, from 6-9, and Brooklyn Brewery has provided the beer. That alone may be worth the $10 cover., but there is also food and music and other stuff to drink. A train to 175th. 347-688-4456.
Added by Patricia Eakins on December 9, 2011 at 12:36pm — No Comments