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|February 2, Monday - March 31, Tuesday||After School Workshops at Beam Center (Beam Center)
4pm at 60 Sackett Street
Admission: Starts at $360
After School workshops for grades 2-8 at Beam Center start February 2.
Beam Cente r’s Inventgenuity Workshops offers kids hands-on adventures in imagination, technology and craft. Students explore a world of new skills, from woodworking and electronics to moviemaking, digital media, and handcraft. Workshops available in: Ceramics, Coding, Boatbuilding, Textiles, Electronics, Metals, Woodworking, and more. Age Range: Grades 2-8
|March 17, Tuesday - April 11, Saturday||Sheryl Ruth Kolitsopoulos, Opening Reception (Pleiades Gallery)
11-6pm at Pleiades Gallery, 530 W25th St, 4th Fl, New York,NY 10001
None: Free To Public Tickets: None
Pleiades Gallery will host the solo show of artist Sheryl Ruth Kolitsopoulos. Kolitsopoulos's works are a celebration of Dance and life sculpted by her passion for drawing. Her lithographs capture the intimate moments of the dancers of the Syren Dance Company. She draws the viewer into her world to witness the simplest form of human behavior and existence. Please join us at the Opening Reception on Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 3-6pm.
|March 20, Friday - April 4, Saturday||Hamlet Isn't Dead Presents Richard III (Hamlet Isn't Dead)
8:00PM at WestBeth Artists' Community, 55 Bethune St, NY, 10014
Admission: $20 Tickets: At the door or http://r3hid.brownpapertickets.com/
Rival factions of the English nobility have been wrangling over the throne for several decades, and the struggle has left the country a war-weary shadow of its glorious past. From this maelstrom emerges Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who is determined to wear the crown and is willing to pull any strings necessary to fulfill his raw unbridled ambition.
As a malformed ‘bunch-backed toad’, Richard must overcome his physical limitations and rely on his wiles to bring his plans to fruition. This production, directed by Brian Gillespie, will employ inventive puppetry, both shadow and physical, to create a world where Richard reigns as the master manipulator Producing this work is Hamlet Isn’t Dead, guaranteeing that it’ll be theatre you’ll love, whether you like it or not.
|April 6, Monday - April 10, Friday||Spring Break Day Camps at Beam Center (Beam Center)
9:00 AM at Beam Center, 60 Sackett Street Brooklyn, NY
Admission: 600 Tickets: http://beamcenter.org/midwinter-spring/
Spring Break Day Camps at Beam Center are now open for registration. Our faculty of artist s, engineers, and craftspeople share their own practice with kids, from woodworking and electronics to moviemaking, digital media, and handcraft.
Kids will explore a single concept, theme, or raw material through different media and creative practices with Beam Center's faculty. Past campers have written plays, performed with life-size puppets, and built sensory installations and motion-controlled electric dioramas.
Kids will make connections between the disciplines they explore and collaboratively document their discoveries and creations! This spring campers can choose from two exciting themes: Cardboard TV Studio Become part of a team of set designers, builders, writers, actors, directors, editors, and video producers to create a series of analog video masterpieces in Cardboard TV Studio! Character Animation
|May 1, Friday - May 4, Monday||Women Doing It Big Conference & Expo (Women Doing It Big)
08:00 AM at Culinary Conference Center
Admission: $97-$249 Tickets: Website
WOMEN DOING IT BIG CONFERENCE & EXPO IS BACK! The EPIC 4 day event will be everything you've expected plus more that's filled with excitement, enlightenment and fulfillment for women! Join us in Jersey City, NJ @ The Culinary Conference Center.
DAY 1: May 1, 2015- Ladies Night Pre- Event Pajama Party
GUESTS & ATTENDEES INCLUDE:
Visit WDIBexpo.org for more info and/or contact email@example.com call 917-652-1371 TODAY!
|May 1, Friday - May 3, Sunday||Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst (Artrider)
10:00 AM at Lyndhurst
Admission: $12 Tickets: At the Door
Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst, May 1, 2, 3, showcases over 300 modern American makers, artists, designers and craftspeople from across the country selling their exciting contemporary creations and is a celebration of all things handmade.
A full day art and shopping experience for the entire family including live music, kids activities, delicious gourmet foods and concessions, a sculpture garden, hands-on demonstrations, an interactive musical experience and more at Westchester’s favorite out-of-the-box shopping experience.
Weekend pass $12; seniors $11; kids 6-16 $4, under 6 free. Rain or shine. No pets allowed. Visit www.artrider.com for discount coupons, group rates and more information.
|May 16, Saturday||9th ANNUAL DANCE PARADE & FESTIVAL (Dance Parade Inc.)
at 21st Broadway New York, NY
None: Free to the Public
Now into its 9th Year, Dance Parade New York has become the world's largest event to celebrate the diversity of danc e. The word is out. The energy is building. Over 10,000 dancers will celebrate more than 75 styles of dance and culture.
On May 16th 2015, Dance Parade will explode down Broadway in the heart of Manhattan, sashay through Union Square and leap across Saint Marks Place. Never seen before dance genres and choreography that highlight the human experience -- 75 styles, everything from Ballet to Breakdance, Two-step to Dub-Step and African to Zydeco--all in dazzling outfits, with live bands, djs and decorated floats.
|June 20, Saturday - June 21, Sunday||GENERATION BRIDGE SUMMER WHITE BALL (Soul Night Events)
6:30 PM at Jazz Room at the General 199 Bowery
Admission: $50 - $350 Tickets: Click Here For Tickets
Culture hounds it is that time of the year! Expect crazy music and an even crazier crowd of you, your closest mates, an ice cold beer, bourbon on the rocks or garden inspired cocktail.
This formidable combination is a night to celebrate the awesome contributions made by outstanding individuals with other soulful New Yorkers. See you there!