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This is a change in the end date! How We Live: Selections from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection The exhibition will be on view from October 12, 2019 to December 6, 2020, How We Live is a sculpture and video exhibition from the Marc and Livia Straus Family Collection. It includes artists from around the globe who explore the particularities of their individual cultures through art. 34 sculptures by 31 artists along with six video artists showcase unique heritages,…Find out more »
From June 6 – September 6, 2020 Studio Theater in Exile and Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art (HV MoCA) will present Climbing the Walls, a virtual multi-media arts exploration in the time of Corona. Climbing the Walls is a virtual exhibition of visual works of art, poetry and performances with new content offered each week from June – September made available to experience free of charge on their websites. Climbing the Walls is based on Writing the Walls, a…Find out more »
Keep your dancers active, growing & learning this summer with our new online camps! Registration is now open for our Zoom camp sessions. One-week and two-week sessions available. Live Virtual Programs Including: Story Book Camp (Ages 3-5) Dance Camp (Rising 1st-5th) Dance Intensive (Rising 5th-8th) Hip Hop Camp (Rising 2nd-5th) Musical Theater Kids Camp (Rising 2nd-5th) Musical Theater Intensive (Rising 6th-10th) Space is limited, register today and experience the joy of dance from home!Find out more »
Armelle For KIDS created the first language and multicultural programs specially designed for our children. They are now offered online with a fully customizable schedule and at a minimal cost to keep education going! Choose one or more of our unique programs, created specifically for young children. * Learn French Through Music * Learn Spanish Through Music * Rock Your World Kids! Music Some may want to take French or Spanish twice a week or more. Research has shown…Find out more »
The Rye Arts Center has moved its award-winning classes online! Classes include painting, drawing, coding, animation, sewing, model-making, ceramics, engineering, game design, Manga, music, theater, and more. Classes run Monday - Friday. Students can repeat classes week after week to build upon the skills they learn. Class sizes are small allowing instructors to adapt to the needs of each individual student. The week-by-week model is perfect for families who need a little flexibility as they adapt to changing summer plans.…Find out more »
Learn French Through Music Virtual Classes Zoom: register for link Register here: www.armelleforkids.com Tuesday from 9:30 to 10am Thursday from 11 to 11:30am The guitar, the singing, the puppets, the prompts and the bubbles will keep you child captivated! New vocabulary and sentence structures will be taught in the most efficient manner. Classes are for all children ages 6 months to 6 years old. You will receive a list of props to gather in your home and you will be…Find out more »
As a summer opera program for emerging singers, the New York Opera Conservatory had to re-think a way to not disappoint its students in light of the covid epidemic. But how do you maintain social distancing in opera rehearsals and performances? How do you lift moods during such an intense period of uncertainty? The Conservatory’s answer was to make the pandemic the backdrop of an opera, and some of its consequences a part of the production! Since Mozart’s Don Giovanni…Find out more »
Join us for singing, finger plays, movement exercises, and silly fun in this online adaptation of one of our most beloved drop in programs, Museum Minis. This ‘mommy and me’ class is ideal for toddlers age 18m-24m accompanied by a caregiver.Find out more »
Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum to present a virtual talk on Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s honeymoon by author Richard “Deej” Webb
On Thursday, August 6, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will present author Richard “Deej” Webb for an illustrated virtual talk and live reading of his book titled, Boats Against the Current. Deej will take questions from viewers after his presentation. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald honeymooned for five months in the summer of 1920 in a modest gray house in Westport, Connecticut. It was an experience that had a more profound impact on both of their collective works…Find out more »
Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Members Only Event-“A New Look at the Longest Hatred: The History of Antisemitism”
Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Members Only Event-“A New Look at the Longest Hatred: The History of Antisemitism” The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center will present “A New Look at the Longest Hatred: The History of Antisemitism.” This important topic will be discussed by Steve Goldberg, Co-Director of Education at the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center. Mr. Goldberg has taught at local colleges and is the former chairperson of the Social Studies Department of New Rochelle. Please…Find out more »
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