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Wed, April 25, 2012
Free events, free things to do in New York City, NYC

All events, things to do on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 are free unless otherwise noted.
Talk |
With Laura Browarny.
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Workshop |
Discover Numbers, an innovative, powerful, and intuitive spreadsheet application that lets you do everything from setting up your family budget to completing a lab report to creating detailed financial documents. They’ll show you how Numbers makes it easy to make tables and charts, add data, create formulas, and share your work with colleagues or friends.
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Tour |
Explore the Cathedral's newly cleaned and restored Nave. Learn about the art, architecture and history of this great sacred space from 1892 to the present.
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$6
Workshop |
Pages is the easiest way to look good in print, whether you’re working from one of many stunning templates or starting from scratch. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to select fonts, format text and images, and add charts and tables. You’ll also get a look at powerful graphics tools that make page layout easy.
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Tour |
Learn about central banking functions that Federal Reserve System performs and see Bank's vault of international monetary gold on bedrock of Manhattan Island, five stories below street level. Learn why Federal Reserve has "Federal" in its name, while it's a private bank, not Federal at all. Congressman Ron Paul considers the Federal Reserve "both corrupt and unconstitutional" Tour times: 11:15 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:15 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:15 p.m., and 4:00 p.m.
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Discussion |
Join in an exciting discussion with Jeff Smith.
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Park Walk |
Experience the Park's only formal garden with the Garden staff. See exuberant perennial and annual beds, and delight in an abundance of color and fragrance while learning about the Garden's history and design.
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Discussion |
With: &#9830; Ricky Van Veen, Founder of College Humor, Vimeo and Notional, and producer of new College Humor-branded film Coffee Town &#9830; Jason Blum, President of Blumhouse Productions, producer of the blockbuster Paranormal Activity franchise and ABC series The River As successful entrepreneurs and film and television producers, Van Veen and Blum will share their thoughts on the future of film, exploring the topics of production, distribution, their experience with new storytelling techniques, and beyond. &#9830; Followed by: a presentation by a creative representative from Canon, who will discuss the future of filmmaking technology and the future of their film program. Following a brief talk, they will screen their latest film. Project Imagin8ion was the first photo contest to inspire a Hollywood film, resulting in the Ron Howard production when you find me, directed by Bryce Dallas Howard and shot using Canon cameras.
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Workshop |
Whether it’s colleagues, clients, teachers, students, or friends you’re trying to impress, a Keynote presentation is a surefire way to do it. This workshop will give you an overview of slideshow basics, including themes, transitions, and animations. And you’ll see a few of the other tools and features in Keynote that will help you keep your audience captivated.
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Concert |
This Organ Meditations Series features the keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
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Park Walk |
As you promenade through the heart of the Park, imagine yourself living in 19th Century New York City. Learn about the Park's history and how its designers, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, struggled to create the magnificent "Greensward" for the enjoyment of all. Tour lasts approximately one hour.
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Tour |
Tour of this magnificent Beaux-Arts landmark.
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$10 suggested donation
Concert |
Juilliard students share their talent with the community in these free hour-long lunchtime concerts on Wednesday afternoons throughout the season.
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Jazz |
The Jazz Ensemble & Jazz Vocal Workshop leave their traditional digs to take the stage. So remove those headphones and come listen live to the very DNA of American music. Ryan Keberle & D.D. Jackson, directors.
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Tour |
Explore the Cathedral's newly cleaned and restored Nave. Learn about the art, architecture and history of this great sacred space from 1892 to the present.
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$6
Jazz |
A jazz concert for the midtown community. These popular midday concerts feature well-regarded artists. The programming is overseen by jazz pianist Ronny Whyte.
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$10 suggested donation
Gallery Talk |
Emily gives a 45-minute in-depth look at the unique architecture and design of the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House.
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Screening |
Featuring films by and about Native Americans. At 1pm and 3pm.
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Concert |
Duo Marchand will perform Music of Restoration England by Purcell, Blow, Finger, and Matteis. With special guest soprano Ruth Cunningham, the Duo samples the "sweet delights of love" at the English court - where the English Orpheus, court composer Henry Purcell, reigned over a gorgeous flowering of musical and theatrical creativity in the late 17th century. The concert will last approximately 35 minutes.
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Lecture |
As several critics have noted in recent years, Reformation revisions to burial rites and obsequies for the dead engendered anxieties about mortality and closure, remembrance and annihilation. Linda Neiberg, a doctoral candidate in the Ph.D. Program in English at The Graduate Center, argues that, as the corpse is erased from official liturgies and religious practices, it resurfaces frequently—and often quite spectacularly—on the stage, where it also becomes the object of erotic attraction.
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Concert |
From Calgary, Alberta. Nicolas Turnbull, director. Program to be announced.
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Jazz |
Enjoy free live music performed by jazz guitarist Bill Wurtzel and guest musicians.
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Discussion |
A unique free panel addressing Hollywood's portrayal of illicit networks that traffic everything from narcotics and weapons to body parts and human beings. Experts, law enforcement participants, and survivors will use what we learn from film to examine the mysterious and misunderstood world of illicit trafficking. Moderated by Jared Cohen, Director of Google Ideas.
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Workshop |
Join a free Stay Well exercise session. Stay Well volunteers certified by the NYC's Department for the aging will lead participants in a well-balanced series of exercises for seniors of all ability levels. Please wear loose comfortable clothing. Exercise equipment will be provided. All participants are required to sign a personal medical waiver at the beginning of the class.
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Workshop |
InDesign has proven itself to be the undisputed champion in the page-layout wars. In this seminar they’ll demonstrate the ease and power of InDesign. They’ll create some layouts from scratch, as well as demonstrate some of the more powerful functions on existing layouts.
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Screening |
Nine three-minute films from directors Jessica Yu, Nelson George, Michèle Ohayon, and more tell the amazing stories of innovators making our world a better place. Join this unique program of short films, including four world premieres, followed by a Q+A with select FOCUS FORWARD filmmakers.
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Master Class |
Gary Hoffman is one of the outstanding cellists of our time, combining instrumental mastery, great beauty of sound, and a poetic sensibility in his distinctive and memorable performances. Mr. Hoffman gained international renown upon his victory as the first North American to win the Rostropovich International Competition in Paris in 1986. A frequent soloist with the world’s most noted orchestras, he has appeared with the Chicago, London, Montreal, Toronto, San Francisco, Baltimore and National symphony orchestras as well as the English, Moscow and Los Angeles chamber orchestras, the Orchestre National de France, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the Netherlands and Rotterdam philharmonics, among many others.
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Concert |
From the Contemporary Performance Program.
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Concert |
With Daniel Baer.
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Workshop |
Hands on using wireless laptops. Hola! Ni Hao! Bonjour! Konnichiwa! Dobryi den'! Come try out the Mango Languages program and start learning one of 35 languages today. This is a conversation based language learning program with a built-in recording option. Record your voice and compare your speech to the narrator’s to hear your progress.
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Poetry Reading |
Poet Mara Levine will read from her new book of poems along with musical accompaniment and refreshments.
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Performance |
6:00 Recess 7:00 Barnstormer and Seer/sucker 8:00 Family Haircut & Whiskey Rebellion 9:00 Birds & Someday the Cake 10:00 USA & The Faculty 11:00 Improdome
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Opera |
From the Opera Studies Dept.
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Concert |
With Gabriel de Rezende Dias.
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Concert |
With Maria Braun.
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Screening |
Film director Surabhi Sharma shares scenes from her latest work, Bidesia in Bombayya, a story of Bhojpuri music, migration and mobile phones. Migration is the predominant theme in the music, and the phone is a recurring motif. Mobile phones are also used to circulate the music. And to stay connected to the mothers and wives back home in the village. This film follows two singers in Mumbai who occupy extreme ends of the migrant worker’s vibrant music scene, a taxi-driver chasing his first record deal and Kalpana, the star of the industry. Sharma will also show her debut film, Jari Mari: Of Cloth and Other Stories, which documents narratives of gender and informal labor as these relate to the broader processes of deindustrialization.
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Discussion |
A conversation with Lisa Immordino Vreeland, uthor of The Eye Has to Travel, a book and soon-to-be-released documentary about the legendary director of Vogue.
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Workshop |
Maria Guida shares techniques that you can put into practice immediately to enhance your confidence and persuade more effectively.
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Discussion |
A free-wheeling conversation between two lively poets – Don Share, the editor of Poetry magazine in Chicago, and Scott Zieher, artist/poet and the co-owner of ZieherSmith, a contemporary art gallery in New York City. They explore art and poetry together by discussing critical questions about the relationship between word and image, the crafted and the found, seeing and saying. The discussion is moderated by Arezoo Moseni.
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Book Discussion |
The story is set prior to the Opium Wars, on the banks of the holy river Ganges and in Calcutta.
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Workshop |
InDesign has proven itself to be the undisputed champion in the page-layout wars. In this seminar they’ll demonstrate the ease and power of InDesign. They’ll create some layouts from scratch, as well as demonstrate some of the more powerful functions on existing layouts.
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Opening Reception |
This exhibition features seven large paintings using oil and digital media on linen. These works explore the intersections of painting, digital media, and photography. Some elements are hand-painted (a labor-intensive, low-tech method); others use digital technology to explore how it has changed the way we view the world around us (an emphatically high-tech process). Drum has extensively exhibited in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, as well as in Asia. Her work is represented in the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. Shown: "Untitled (SD//P123)," Oil and digital media on linen, 2012, 22 in. x 44 in.
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Opening Reception |
New works on canvas, paper and iPad that pulsate with life and draw viewers into the inner workings of the painting process.
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Discussion |
Join debut director Andrew Semans, producer Vinay Singh, and cast members Will Rogers, Santino Fontana, and Eléonore Hendricks for a discussion of their new film, Nancy, Please. This smart, stunning psychodrama revolves around Paul, who teaches literature at Yale and has just moved in with his longtime girlfriend after finally shedding his casually sinister roommate, Nancy. There’s just one thing: Paul left an item of great importance at his old apartment, Nancy doesn’t want to give it back, and Paul’s life is about to unravel as a result.
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Talk |
Daniel Choy Boyar self-developed his skills for selecting light sources and modifiers, allowing him to aid directors and cinematographers in achieving their visions. He’ll reveal how not only the camera and lens guide lighting decisions but the medium too. Join this event to get a glimpse inside the gaffer’s craft, and experience a live lighting demonstration.
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Lecture |
Janine Antoni’s work blurs the distinction between performance art and sculpture, transforming everyday activities such as eating, bathing, and sleeping into ways of making art.
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Lecture |
Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart, professor at Erasmus University, Uni Twente and Leuphana Universität Lüneburg is a co-founder with architect William McDonough of McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry in Charlottesville, Virginia. Together they invented the design concept Cradle to Cradle based on the Intelligent Product System (IPS) developed by Braungart's company EPEA (Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency).
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Lecture |
During the more than three decades between the early tests of color television (in the late 1920s) and full adoption of color by the networks (1960s) there was an extended and compelling cultural and industrial conversation about the utility and meaning of electronic color which occurred alongside and in between debates about technical standards, dueling systems, and concerns over interference and bandwidth. In the 1950s, during the period of initial dissemination and FCC approval, the conversation was at its most intense as industry insiders, audiences, critics, color specialists, consumer behavioralists, design experts, and psychologists all weighed in on the use and meaning of color and its effects on emotions, vision, and desire. Certainly, this did not occur in isolation as these discourses borrowed from and intersected with larger historical notions and beliefs about color, however this process also involved the teasing out of the specific implications of electronic color. Speaker Susan Murray is an Associate Professor in the Department of Media Culture and Communication in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Books include Hitch Your Antenna to the Stars: Early Television and Broadcast Stardom (New York: Routledge) 2005, Reality TV: Remaking Television Culture, co-edited with Laurie Ouellette (New York: New York University Press) 2004 and 2009, and the forthcoming Brought to You in Living Color: A Cultural History of Color Television.
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Forum |
Victor LaValle is author of the recently published book The Devil in Silver. His other works include the short story collection Slapboxing with Jesus, as well as the novels The Ecstatic and Big Machine, which won the Shirley Jackson Award for best novel, the American Book Award, and the Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including a Whiting Writers' Award, a United States Artists Ford Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship and the key to Southeast Queens.
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Slide Lecture |
In this visual presentation, the author relates the narrative history of one of the most far-reaching social movements in the 20th century and shows how it defied the law and made the use of contraception an acceptable social practice—and necessary component of modern healthcare. He tells the extraordinary story of a group of reformers dedicated to making contraception legal, accessible, and acceptable.
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Talk |
Like Alfred Nobel, Joseph Pulitzer is better known today for the prize that bears his name than his contribution to history. Yet, in 19th-century industrial America, while Carnegie provided the steel, Rockefeller the oil, Morgan the money, and Vanderbilt the railroads, Pulitzer invented the modern mass media. James McGrath Morris is the editor of the monthly Biographer’s Craft and serves as the Executive Director of Biographers International Organization. His previous book, The Rose Man of Sing Sing: A True Tale of Life, Murder, and Redemption in the Age of Yellow Journalism, was selected as a Washington Post Best Book of the Year for 2004.
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Portrait of the Artist: Lorraine O’Grady is the first in a new series of public events presented by the Performa Institute, a platform for the research and educational components of Performa that focuses on exploring the historical context and significance of individual artists who work across a broad range of disciplines, from the 1960s to the present. The inaugural event will examine the remarkable work and life of artist Lorraine O’Grady in the context of feminism, politics, and art of the 1980s and today. An active figure in the downtown art scene of the 1980s, O’Grady played an important role in the new wave of feminism that marked the period. Her installations, performances, and texts address issues of diaspora, hybridity, and black female subjectivity. Kellie Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University, will present an in-depth look at O’Grady’s work followed by a conversation with the artist.
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Discussion |
Panel Including: Sarah Forbes, Cindy Gallop, Dan Reilly, and Madison Young. Where does the responsibility of the pornographer lie? With the media's insistence that adult entertainment is becoming "mainstream," studies showing young people accessing porn at earlier ages than ever before, and sexually explicit materials increasingly easy to access, questions begin to arise. Is "porn addiction" a serious problem or a conservative bugaboo? Are sexual behaviors changing with the prevalence of pornography, or are things the same as always, just with more access to camera phones? Studies abound, but reliable statistical information on the impact of pornography on our brains and bedrooms is hard to pin down; theories fly from every moral and political corner, conflating fears and hopes with reality.
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Festival |
With: Shira NYC, North America's leading contemporary Israeli music cover band; Israeli cooking demos by chef Shaya Klechevsky; and a screening of The Matcher by Avi Nesher.
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Book Reading |
With Rachel Kramer Bissell and contributors.
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Film |
The plot couldn't be simpler or its attack on capital punishment (and the act of killing in general) more direct - a senseless, violent, almost botched murder is followed by a cold, calculated, flawlessly performed execution (both killings shown in the most graphic detail imaginable), while the murderer's idealistic young defence lawyer ends up as an unwilling accessory to the judicial murder of his client. 84 min.
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Book Reading |
Lambda Literary and Ferro-Grumley Award finalist Daniel Allen Cox reads from his new novel, Basement of Wolves, and last year's Lambda debut fiction award winner David Pratt reads from his new collection of short stories My Movie.
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Book Reading |
Kate Zambreno is the author of Green Girl and the novel O Fallen Angel. A book of essays centering around the women of modernism, Heroines, will be published by Semiotext(e)’s Active Agents series in fall 2012. Trinie Dalton is the author of Baby Geisha, the story collection Wide Eyed, an installment in Dennis Cooper's Little House on the Bowery series for Akashic Books, and of the novella A Unicorn is Born. She is also the co-editor of Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is, an art book of confiscated notes from high school students, and the editor of MYTHTYM, a collection of essays, artwork, and miscellany on a variety of mythological and horror-related subjects. Masha Tupitsyn is the author of LACONIA: 1,200 Tweets on Film, Beauty Talk & Monsters, a collection of film-based stories, and co-editor of the anthology Life As We Show It: Writing on Film, which was voted one of the best film books of 2009 by Dennis Cooper, January Magazine, Shelf Awareness, and Chicago's New City.
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Symposium |
A symposium will present a cross-section of viewpoints challenging the commonly held perception that people with Alzheimer's are "empty shells" who are "no longer with us" and must be humored, medicated, and parked in front of TV sets. This event reflects a growing worldwide movement to recognize the abilities that people with dementias have left, rather than those they have lost, and to build a positive new approach to care. It is open to the general public, families of people with Alzheimer's, and professional caregivers. Leading experts on this ground breaking philosophy will gather to present and explore ways of "seeing Alzheimer's differently" and infusing dementia care with "love and laughter." The evening symposium will be preceded by small, free workshops requiring advance registration that will take place from 3:30pm-5pm.
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Workshop |
New to Wellness Services? Learn about the history and application of Ayurveda for Health, Lifestyle, Wellness, and Beauty.
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Book Reading |
The coming of age novel has a long tradition in literature, from Huck Finn's adventure down the Mississippi to Harry Potter's days at Hogwarts. Take a close look at the bildungsroman, with two authors of recent coming of age novels. Jo Ann Beard and Ralph Sassone will read from their books and discuss the form.
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Concert |
Featuring Tereza Kirkhum.
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Concert |
This Hogaku/Gagaku concert features the ancient court music of Japan.
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Screening |
The title of Geyrhalter's visually stunning film refers to the land of night and his expansive camera records a panorama of the nocturnal life of contemporary Europe, where one population labors and another indulges in a paradise of leisure and where everyone's lives are mediated by technology. Shot in over ten countries over a period of fourteen months, the film captures both the alienation and social interconnectedness and alienation of 21st century life. 88 min. With a Q&A with artists Katherine Behar, John Menick, Emmy Mikelson, and Michael Oatman, moderated by Anthony Titus.
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$10 suggested admission
Screening |
PeruFest presents the most recent cinematographic productions from Peru, screening shorts, feature films and documentaries from the new generation of Peruvian directors. Many of these young filmmakers have been awarded prizes at festivals including Cannes, Berlin, San Sebastián, and La Habana. The majority of the films selected focus on the politics of memory relating to the internal armed conflict in Peru from 1980 to 2000. All films have English subtitles.
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Workshop |
The Reiki System of Natural Healing was developed in the early 20th century by Mikao Usui, a Japanese Buddhist monk. The word “rei-ki” means “spiritual energy” or “transcendent life force” in Japanese, and the Reiki System was brought to the West over 80 years ago. Increasing acceptance and use in hospitals, hospices, spas and wellness centers has made the Reiki System one of the most in-demand healing modalities in the United States and around the world. The Reiki System (1) uses non-invasive, gentle touch; (2) accelerates the body’s natural healing processes; (3) supports mental and emotional healing; and (4) gives an overall sense of profound well-being.
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Workshops, April 25, 2012, 04/25/2012, Reiki System of Natural Healing
Concert |
This concert will feature the music of 2012 Composer-in-Residence, Lowell Liebermann.
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Concert |
Featuring Yujin Kim.
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Concert |
Featuring Emily Westell.
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Concert |
With Youngji Ahn.
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Performance |
Esther Lamneck and Matt Sullivan, Artistic Directors.
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Performance |
The Actors Studio Drama School presents its annual Repertory Season at Pace University in five weeks of theater designed to introduce our graduating students to the professional world and the public in fully professional productions of the work they have created during their three years of study. Here you will witness a weekly series of scenes, one-act plays and full-length plays, some of them written by our playwrights, and all of them directed by our directors and acted by our actors. Presenting: A Scene from FALLEN ANGELS By Noel Coward A New Play ALL AN ACT By Sean Michael Welch Scenes from THE PRODUCERS, A New Mel Brooks Musical, Book by MEL BROOKS and THOMAS MEEHAN, Music and Lyrics by MEL BROOKS
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Staged Reading |
A week-long celebration of the plays, songs and poetry of William Shakespeare. With a student cast.
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Reading |
Featuring: KEVIN ALLISON (The State); TYLER COATES (BlackBook); BEN LILLIE (The Story Collider); COURTNEY MAUM (Adult Swim); and GREG OLEAR (Fathermucker).
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Concert |
Keshav das, a musician for more than 35 years, has in his travels played with gypsies and babas in temples and mosques across India. He has sung with sadhus on the banks of the Ganges in the holy city of Benares, with the babas of Gir Nar volcano, the street musicians of Calcutta and the legendary boatmen poets in the little fishing villages along the Ganges in upper West Bengal. His introduction to kirtan was 10 years of traveling, performing and recording with Krishnadas. He has performed and recorded with Baul Legend Babu Kishan Baul and shared the stage with Steve Gorn, Alice Coltrane, Jai Uttal, Jeff Buckley, Rakesh Prasanna, Narendra Budakar, Ayub Khan, Gulam Mohammed Khan, Shyam Das, Bhagavan Das, Dave Stringer - and the Dervishes of Masjid Al Farah.
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$15 suggested donation
Performance |
Stand-up comedy show (that has been featured on MTV, and that fills to standing-room only each week). The show is produced by Brendan Fitzgibbons (The Onion, McSweeney's) and Lance Weiss (Carolines on Broadway) with comedians from David Letterman, Vh1, MTV, The Onion, and Comedy Central. Free pizza!
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Dance Performance | International dance

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Theater | Musical about heroism and love during WWII

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