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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on February 10


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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx today, February 10, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Bronx's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the theaters, for children's concerts and performances. Plus, get details and directions on any street fairs or holiday festivals happening February 10. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Shabbat for Tots - Union Temple
Through February 24, 2012 - Brooklyn

Singing, dancing, and a little Hebrew for toddlers, preschoolers, and their adult guests. Led by Yoshie - kids' favorite!

Toddler Story Time - Westbury Friends School
Through May 31, 2012 - Westbury

Toddlers can enjoy stories, songs, and finger plays. A light snack and plenty of social interaction will be provided. A parent or caregiver must accompany each child.

Interplay - New York City Ballet
February 10, 2012 -

Morton Gould (1913-1996) was an American composer, conductor, and arranger whose lighter works generally drew on American subject matter and music. In his later works Gould concentrated on abstract, as opposed to programmatic or popular, works. His style became more contrapuntal, dissonant, and complex in its treatment of musical materials. Throughout his career Gould was a skillful orchestrator, sensitive to color and texture, and original in his combinations of instruments. His ballets include Fall River Legend, choreographed by Agnes de Mille, and Interplay, choreographed by Jerome Robbins, and he composed numerous scores for film, Broadway, and television.

Ernani - Metropolitan Opera
February 10, 2012 -

Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi's thrilling early gem. Marcello Giordani and Roberto DeBiasio share the role of her mismatched lover, and all-star Verdians Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Ferruccio Furlanetto round out the cast.

Stroller Tours - Katonah Museum of Art
February 10, 2012 - Katonah

Parents and caregivers can enjoy an exhibition tour specially designed for adults with children under 2 years old. Engage in conversation, participate in activities, and explore ideas. Each Stroller Tour will focus on different aspects of "Art to the Point," a juried exhibition comprised of contemporary works which convey a clear message. Juried by distinguished American artist Donald Sultan, the art featured in this triennial exhibition includes paintings, drawings, prints, mixed-media works, sculptures, photographs, and video created within the last five years by artists living in the Tri-State area.

Open Gym - The Sports Place
February 10, 2012 - Blauvelt

Mention Rockland Parent when you buy five bags of tokens and get one free.

"Brazil! Brazil!" - The New Victory Theater
February 10, 2012 - Manhattan

Escape the February freeze and bask in the bright sunshine of this sizzling South American celebration that blends the exhilarating rhythms of Rio Carnaval with acrobatics and soccer-inspired street dance. Brazil's National Freestyle Football Champion, Arturo, joins a team of stunning singers, dancers, and musicians to infuse his superstar brand of athleticism and talent into this euphoric production. Lightning-fast flips and footwork, magnetic capoeira, and infectious, non-stop drumbeats create a happy and highly contagious case of futebol fever.

Your Top 5 Rights of Special Education - Resources for Children with Special Needs
February 10, 2012 - Manhattan

Under federal law, your child with special needs is entitled to an appropriate education. This workshop will give you an overview of your rights - and how to act on them.

Yoga with Your Dog - Unleashed by Petco
February 10, 2012 - Albertson

Brrrr, it’s cold out! Dogs can get restless from being indoors during the cold, winter months. That’s why it’s important to keep them active and physical with yoga! Stop in for our yoga with your dog class and get mentally and physically motivated together. Namaste!

Storytime with Clifford, The Big Red Dog - Barnes & Noble -- The Palisades Center
February 10, 2012 - West Nyack

Bring your favorite young reader for Clifford stories and the chance to meet The Big Red Dog in person. This special event will also include an art activity.

"Spring Awakening" Presented by Clocktower Players Teen Troupe - Irvington Town Hall Theater
February 10, 2012 - Irvington

Once in a generation a new musical comes along that changes everything. "Spring Awakening," winner of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical, is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality, and rock & roll. A group of late 19th-Century German students navigate teenage self-discovery and coming-of-age anxiety in a powerful celebration of youth and rebellion. For mature audiences only - children under age 12 not admitted without adult.

Toddler Workshop for Valentine's Day - Jill's Ceramics
February 10, 2012 - West Nyack

Children (ages 2-5) will use their hand prints to design a trivet, mug, dish, or other unique gift for Valentine's Day. Jill's also has many heart-shaped items to choose from. Fee includes supplies and instruction. Pre-registration is requested.

Holiday Workshop For Valentines Day - Jill's Ceramics
February 10, 2012 - West Nyack

Roll up your sleeves and get creative for Valentine's Day. Paint a heart-shaped box, candy dish, plate, or mug for the one you love. Pieces can be painted and taken home the same day or glazed with a variety of finishes. Fee includes supplies and instruction. Pre-registration is requested.

Owl Prowl - Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Outdoor Discovery Center
February 10, 2012 - Cornwall

Learn some owl facts and fiction then head out into the woods to search for these birds of the night. Attendance limited; pre-paid registration is required.

Valentine Film and Craft Special - Rose Memorial Library
February 10, 2012 - Stony Point

Children ageJoin us for a Valentine film, sparkling crafts, and chocolate treats.

Tales for Tots - The Field Library
February 10, 2012 - Peekskill

Stories, songs, fingerplays, and fun. Interactive, drop-in storytime for tots ages 2 and older with a caregiver.

LEGO Club - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
February 10, 2012 - Garnerville

Use the library's LEGOs or bring your own. Work with friends or make new ones. No registration required.

START (Story + Art) - Long Island Children's Museum
February 10, 2012 - Garden City

Kids listen each week to a different story that relates to the season. After the story, all little hands are on deck to create an art project about the story that was read.

Father-Daughter Dance - Westport Weston Family Y
February 10, 2012 - Westport

Fathers can bring their daughters, ages 1-15, for a spin around the dance floor. For details, contact Tasha Dennison at ext. 113 or

FREE Fridays at Guild Hall - Guild Hall
February 10, 2012 - East Hampton

Come check out the Student Art Festival, featuring the artwork of students from Bridgehampton to Montauk.

Free Teen Night Open House: Celebrating Black History Month - Brooklyn Museum
February 10, 2012 - Prospect Heights

Planned by teens, for teens, this event is being held in conjunction with the exhibition Question Bridge: Black Males and will include interactive gallery activities and live performances. RSVP: (718) 501-6588 or e-mail

Toy Competition Deadline - Westport Arts Center
Through February 10, 2012 - Westport

his is the last day children aged 5–14 can submit up to three toy designs to be entered into a contest that is being judged by local toy makers Melissa and Doug. The first place winner will have his/her toy design exhibited in the WAC Gallery for the last week of the "Toy Stories," exhibit and will have a soft toy replicated by Child's Own Studio, a company specializing in custom-made soft toys. Visit the center's website for details on how to apply.

Brooklyn Aviators Hockey - Aviator Sports
February 10, 2012 - Marine Park

The Brooklyn Aviators have returned to their home base at Aviator Sports (in Floyd Bennett Field) for another season of hockey excitement. Come and support them as they battle for domination in the newly formed Federal Hockey League.

Family Movie Night - The Moxie Spot
February 10, 2012 - Brooklyn Heights

Each Friday evening, Moxie Spot combines its comfy food with a program of short movies and a family friendly feature. Check website for program.

Celebrating Black History Month: Paul Robeson - Chappaqua Public Library
February 10, 2012 - Chappaqua

Chappaqua resident Marion "Doc" Davis will bring Paul Robeson to life in this presentation, which includes a short video.

Victorian Valentine Tea - Chappaqua Public Library
February 10, 2012 - Chappaqua

Children in grades K-4 make a Victorian craft, then enjoy a formal tea at the Horace Greeley House. Co-sponsored by the New Castle Historical Society. Registration required.

Elaine Paige - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
February 10, 2012 -

A legend comes to American Songbook. The reigning queen of British musical theater and Olivier Award winner Elaine Paige first astounded theater audiences with her creation of the role of Eva Peron in Evita. Her subsequent roles as Grizabella in Cats, Florenz in Chess, Edith Piaf in Piaf, and the leads in Sweeney Todd, Sunset Boulevard, Anything Goes and The King and I added to her luster. She performs concerts around the world, has a weekly BBC 2 radio program, sells multi-platinum CDs, was awarded the Order of the British Empire and is currently giving a critically-acclaimed performance as Carlotta in Follies on Broadway. Now she is ready to conquer The Allen Room.

Gallery Talk - Rembrandt's World: Dutch Drawings from the Clement C. Moore Collection - Morgan Library & Museum
February 10, 2012 -

7 pm. A look at works by some of the preeminent artists of the Dutch Golden Age, including Rembrandt, led by Esther Bell, Moore Curatorial Fellow in the Department of Drawings and Prints. Free.

Powerless Before Love - Arabic and Persian Poetic Traditions - Metropolitan Museum of Art
February 10, 2012 -

Iraj Anvar, cofounder and director, Tehran Theater Workshop, and Visiting Lecturer in Modern Persian, Center for Language Studies, Brown University; Ted and Andree Feghali Gorton, authors. Revel in the beauty, longing, and passion that can be expressed in the spoken word through discussion and readings of Arab and Persian love poetry. This event is presented with the opening of the New Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, and Later South Asia. 7pm.

Art Works - Brooklyn Children's Museum
February 10, 2012 - Crown Heights

Visit the Totally Tots Art Studio and see what activity is in store for your young Picasso.

Lots of Love Sun Catchers - Long Island Children's Museum
February 10, 2012 -

Add a little love and sunshine to your home this winter as you create a special heart-filled decoration. Brighten your window during the frosty winter days or give it as a gift to someone special.

Music and Movement - Long Island Children's Museum
February 10, 2012 - Garden City

It's music, music, music. Musical instruments and catchy sing-along songs get the youngest children to move their bodies.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Museum of the Moving Image
February 10, 2012 - Astoria

Does your family like a good western? Come to the Museum of the Moving Image for a larger than life viewing of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.In the hands of Italian movie master Sergio Leone, a simple tale of buried treasure becomes a grand, immensely stylish western adventure. The final title in the director's Dollars Trilogy is a brutally brilliant bit of hyperbolic filmmaking, featuring outsized performances by an iconically growly Clint Eastwood as a mysterious gunman (the "good"), Lee Van Cleef as the sadistic Angel Eyes (the "bad"), and Eli Wallach as a crafty bandit sidekick (the "ugly").

Teen Talk Group - Saltzman Community Center
February 10, 2012 - Hempstead

This weekly psychoeducational group for teens facing a variety of life issues meets on Wednesdays. Please call for more information and to register. Classes run through February 28, 2012.

Student Art Festival Part I, Grades K-8 - Guild Hall
February 10, 2012 - East Hampton

Part I of the Student Art Festival features work created by elementary and middle school students from Bridgehampton to Montauk. Throughout the exhibition, Guild Hall offers free do-it-yourself crafts on the weekends.

Kids Night In - Parents Night OUT! - Bubble
February 10, 2012 - Babylon

Kids wear pajamas and create beautiful Valentine's Day cookies, learn cookie decorating tips and techniques, play games, make crafts and more. Pizza, snacks, drinks and dessert included. 20% off for siblings. Call to register by Feb. 3.

'Cinderella: A New Version of The Oldest Story Ever Told' - Circle in the Square Theatre
February 10, 2012 - Manhattan

Presented by Circle in the Square Theatre School, written by David F. Eliet and directed by Danyon Davis, this classic re-telling weaves together short stories and tales from China, India, and Africa. In one of the stories there is a magic fish instead of a fairy Godmother. In another, "Cinderella" is a boy. Audience members will also meet a flying cow, an enchanted frog, a talking parrot, and a wise wizard in this delightful production, which will be performed by graduate actors of the school. The cast includes Aidan Sank, Kario Pereira-Bailey, Colleen O?Connor, and Carina Zabrodsky. Running time: 50 minutes, followed by a Q&A with the cast. Call 212-307-0388 to reserve your seats, or visit and click on "Plays for Grades K-6". Direct link: Additional Information: "Cinderella: A New Version of The Oldest Story Ever Told" is the second play in Circle in the Square Theatre School's annual Three-Plays for Grades K-6 series, which opened in November 2011 with "Anansi the Spider." The third and final play of the season will be a new musical version of the school's acclaimed production of "Aesop's Fables," which features a book by Michael Milligan and music and lyrics by Joziah Longo, famed for his band The Grand Slambovians (March 5-9, 12-14). Circle in the Square Theatre School (CITSTS), established in 1963, is one of the country's premier schools of professional training for actors and singers and is the only conservatory affiliated with a Broadway theatre. It offers a two-year training program and a seven-week summer program for students from across the country and around the world. (Both programs require auditions.) Theodore Mann (a co-founder of Circle in the Square Theatre) is artistic director, and Paul Libin is president. E. Colin O?Leary is executive director. Among the school's alumni are Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kevin Bacon, Lady Gaga (Stefani Germanotta), Idina Menzel, Benicio Del Toro, Felicity Huffman, Molly Shannon, and many other luminaries of the stage and screen.

PJ Storytime - Westhampoton Free Library
February 10, 2012 - Westhampton Beach

Drop in for some stories to lull you off to a winter's night of sweet dreams. Wear your pajamas. No registration required.

Songs from the Heart, the Love Ballads of Chicago - The Dix Hills Performing Arts Center
February 10, 2012 - Dix Hills

Join the band Beginnings for a very special performance of Chicago's ballads and love songs. Chicago had 20 Top Ten singles, 12 Top Ten albums (five of which were #1), and sales of more than 120 million records, and they keep going strong.

Stroller Tours - Whitney Museum of American Art
February 10, 2012 - Upper East Side

The museum's teaching fellows lead engaging tours of current exhibitions for new moms and dads when the museum is closed to the public. Crying babies are welcome. Registration required at

Screening: 'Defining Beauty: Ms. Wheelchair America' - New York University, Michelson Theater
February 10, 2012 - NoHo

This film focuses on the vibrant lives of five women with disabilities on their journey to the Ms. Wheelchair America pageant, where the concept of beauty is defined through the lens of advocacy and perseverance. Part of the Reel Abilities New York Disabilities Film Festival.

New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra - Symphony Space
February 10, 2012 - Upper West Side

Special guest conductor Matthew Oberstein returns after his sold-out performance with this orchestra last season. This year's program, "A Night at the Opera Gala," features favorite selections from "La Boheme," "Carmen," "Turandot," "Rigoletto," and more. A roster of operatic soloists will perform with the full orchestra.

New York Theatre Ballet's "The Alice-in-Wonderland Follies" - Florence Gould Hall
February 10, 2012 - Manhattan

New York Theatre Ballet (NYTB) kicks off the New Year with Keith Michael's "The-Alice-in-Wonderland Follies." The hour-long production is part of the family-friendly Once Upon A Ballet series, which is the ideal introduction to ballet for children ages 3-8. The high-spirited show with rapid-fire staging and droll humor features an enchanting set by Gillian Bradshaw-Smith and opulent costumes by Sylvia Nolan (resident costume designer for the Metropolitan Opera). "The-Alice-in-Wonderland Follies" recreates a gala at New York City's Palace Theater in 1915 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Lewis Carroll classic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Set in the electric atmosphere of a vaudeville extravaganza, Keith Michael's choreography incorporates burlesque, soft-shoe, acrobatics, ballroom dance, African juba and, of course, classical on-pointe dancing. The show is sure to enchant your inner child, no matter your age.

eBay and Brad Pitt’s "Make It Right" Exhibition - Chelsea Market
February 10, 2012 - Chelsea

eBay and Brad Pitt's "Make It Right" invite you to a special exhibition of celebrity experiences and memorabilia for auction on eBay Celebrity, benefiting New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward. The gallery is open to the public February 9-12 at the vibrant Chelsea Market in Manhattan. It will feature creative displays of a variety of items such a signed guitar by Katy Perry, a tennis match with Kevin Spacey, a gown worn by Charlize Theron, and much more.

BORROW: The American Way of Debt - Author's Talk and Book Signing with Louis Hyman - The Cooper Union-The Rose Auditorium
February 10, 2012 - New York

In BORROW: The American Way of Debt—How Personal Credit Created the American Middle Class and Almost Bankrupted the Nation, economist Louis Hyman delivers an accessible and informed history on the rise of personal borrowing in the United States, demonstrating that today’s problems are not as new as we think. Hyman describes the evolution of personal loans, finding that our borrowing patterns are similar to our grandparents, but higher basic expenses, stagnating wages and increased economic competition from abroad have made it harder to repay our debts. Louis Hyman attended Columbia University, where he received a BA in History and Mathematics. A former Fulbright scholar, he received his PhD in American history in 2007 from Harvard University. He is currently an assistant professor in Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, where he teaches history. Find The Cooper Union on Facebook at and on Twitter at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art is a distinguished private college of art, architecture and engineering founded in 1859 by Peter Cooper, an inventor, industrialist and philanthropist.

Art Workshop: Moondog-Inspired Costumes - Children's Museum of the Arts
February 10, 2012 - SoHo

Create other-worldly costumes inspired by the artist MoonDog using a variety of materials. For ages 5 and older.

Art Workshop: Pinch, Slab, & Coil - Children's Museum of the Arts
February 10, 2012 - SoHo

Learn the basics of ceramic construction and then build your own vessels. For ages 4 and older.

Disney's Beauty & the Beast Jr - Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts
February 10, 2012 - Smithtown

A Tale as Old as Time performed by Long Island's most talented youth.

BLOWOFF Featuring the DJ Sounds of Bob Mould & Richard Morel - Highline Ballroom
February 10, 2012 -

Bob Mould and Richard Morel's Blowoff is a DJ event that has become a premier destination for a wide cross-section of appreciative music fans. Originating in 2003 in Washington, DC's Velvet Lounge, Blowoff started as a musical collaboration between Mould and Morel. The two DJ in tandem, laying down a signature mix of indie rock, electro, and house, accented by a series of artfully eye-popping vignettes projected throughout the club. With the focus firmly on cutting-edge music, dazzling live visuals by Nick Lopata, and stunning poster art by Baltimore-based artist Linas Garsys, the party has grown quickly and is now an established event in New York, San Francisco, Provincetown, Chicago, and San Diego. The Blowoff artist CD was also released in 2006 on Full Frequency Music. Richard Morel is known for his remixes under the name Pink Noise, including tracks from the Killers, Yoko Ono, and Pet Shop Boys. In addition, he co-wrote and co-produced three songs on Cyndi Lauper�s Bring Ya to the Brink album and released his third solo album as Morel, titled The Death of the Paper Boy, in 2008. Bob Mould, founding member of the seminal punk band Husker Du and alt-rock favorite Sugar, released his ninth solo album, Life And Times (Anti- Records), in 2010. His autobiography, titled See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody and written with assistance from Michael Azerrad, was published in the summer of 2011.

Al Kooper 68th Birthday Show - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
February 10, 2012 - New York

Al Kooper once again returns to B.B. King Blues Club to celebrate his birthday in grand fashion. A legendary keyboardist, songwriter, and producer, Kooper appeared on Bob Dylan's classic albums Highway 61 Revisited (1965) and Blonde on Blonde (1966), and he produced New Morning for Dylan in 1970. He also toured as a member of Dylan's band off and on over the years. He was a member of the influential group The Blues Project from 1965 to 1967, and he formed Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1967, remaining with the group for its debut album Child Is Father to the Man (1968). Kooper was also the principal songwriter for both bands. As if all of that weren't enough, he also appeared on and produced 1968's platinum Super Session album with Mike Bloomfield and Stephen Stills. In addition to his legendary '60s work, Kooper has recorded and released over 10 solo albums over the last 40 years, including his latest release, 2008's White Chocolate. He has played as a sideman on albums by George Harrison, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King, The Who, Cream, and many more. He also discovered Lynyrd Skynyrd and produced the band's first three albums, which include the iconic tracks "Sweet Home Alabama," "Free Bird," and "Saturday Night Special." Kooper has also lent his production talents to The Tubes, Nils Lofgren, Mike Bloomfield, Steven Stills, Appaloosa, The Don Ellis Band, Lenny White, B.B. King, Green On Red, Jimmy Vivino, David Essex, Johnny Van Zant, a Harry Nilsson tribute album, and many other projects. His autobiogarphy, Backstage Passes and Backstabbing Bastards, was published in 1998 and was critically hailed as one of the best rock books ever written. Come help this rock icon celebrate his 68th birthday at B.B. King Blues Club!

Crash Into Spring - Brooklyn Industries
February 10, 2012 - New York

Brooklyn Industries Invites You to Celebrate The CRASH INTO SPRING Fashion Presentation and Unveiling of the Special Edition CRASH Handbag February 10, 2012 7-9:30pm at our Union Square Store- 801 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 Spinning Live: DJ SoSuperSam from Los Angeles Live Art Demonstration by BKI Design Team Enjoy Cocktails & Sweets—Live Music & Art—Giveaways & an Exclusive Shopping Discount! RSVP to PR@BROOKLYNINDUSTRIES.COM

Valentine’s Day Workshop - Jacadi Madison Avenue Boutique
February 10, 2012 - Upper East Side

The iconic French children’s apparel brand, Jacadi, in conjunction with French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF), presents a series of customized workshops designed to bring French language and culture to parents and their children at select Jacadi stores in the metropolitan area. On February 10, celebrate Valentine's Day en français with FIAF and Jacadi. Children will enjoy a French story about love, learn a song in French, and create their own Valentine hearts to take home. Enjoy 10 percent savings on all purchases made during the event and receive a complimentary tote. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the workshop. RSVP required; contact Guitty Roustai at or 646-388-6605.

Parents' Survival Night - The Little Gym - Upper West Side
February 10, 2012 - Upper West Side

Parents call it a break from the kids. Kids call it a break from their parents. That sounds like a win-win situation. This Parents' Survival Night is meant to let parents enjoy some adult time to see a movie, catch up with friends, or enjoy a meal without your pint-sized food critics in tow. Meanwhile, your children get some quality "kid time" in a safe, fun, familiar place with trained instructors who lead them through games and music-filled activities. Spots fill quickly; reservations recommended.

Pet lovers welcomed at the Venetian Masquerade PAWTY - Hotel Pennsylvania
February 10, 2012 - Ny

Grab your feathered mask and get ready to PAWTY. Pet lovers welcomed at the Venetian Masquerade themed 2012 Pre-Westminister Fashion Show. Everybody who’s anybody will be dressed to the nines in feathers, sequins, and satin… even the dogs. Pet lovers are encouraged to attend the 2012 Pre-Westminster Fashion Show on February 10th at the Hotel Pennsylvania (7th avenue at 33rd street) from 6pm to 11pm. Eat, drink, and schmooze with poodles, retrievers, pomeranians and more while you are entertained by the styles of the Venetian Masquerade themed pet fashion show by renown pet designer, Ada Nieves. Tickets start at just $25 and portions of the proceeds will go to benefit Animal Care & Control of NYC. For more information, visit

SIM Music Listening Salon - Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music Concert Hall
February 10, 2012 - Brooklyn

Join SIM (School for Improvised Music) faculty as they listen to recordings and share their insights as musicians -

'Building Connections 2011' - Center for Architecture
Through February 11, 2012 - Manhattan

This exhibition highlights the creative talent and hard work of the K-12 students who participated in the Center for Architecture Foundation's architecture and design education programs during the 2010-2011 school year. This year's exhibition also commemorate the Foundation's 20th anniversary of K-12 built environment education programs.

The Metropolitan Opera and The Juilliard School present Gluck’s “Armide” - Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Through February 11, 2012 - New York

The Metropolitan Opera and The Juilliard School present a semi-staged concert performance of Christoph Willibald Gluck’s “Armide,” the second co-production between the two art institutions, on Wednesday, February 8 and Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 8 PM in Juilliard’s Peter Jay Sharp Theater. Tickets at $30 will be available beginning January 11, 2012 through the Kramer Box Office at Juilliard, through CenterCharge at (212) 721-6500, or online at For further information, call (212) 769-7406.

Dance Theatre of Harlem II - Joyce Theater
Through February 11, 2012 -

Dance Theatre of Harlem II is comprised of sixteen young dance artists trained in the DTH style and developed in the spirit that transformed perceptions about ballet. Carrying on the legacy begun by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook when they founded Dance Theatre of Harlem forty-two years ago, the company, now under the artistic direction of Virginia Johnson, presents an eclectic and vibrant mix of neoclassical and contemporary ballets. For the Joyce season, the program includes a stirring new ballet by acclaimed choreographer Donald Byrd and Glinka Pas de Trois, a rarely seen Balanchine work.

MUNDANE FANTASY curated by Faye Driscoll - BAX | Brooklyn Arts Exchange
Through February 11, 2012 - Brooklyn

MUNDANE FANTASY curated by Faye Driscoll as a part of BAX's PERFORMANCE & DISCUSSION SERIES featuring works by Dages Juvelier Keates, Parted in the Middle, Sacha Yanow, & No Body Art Works "I was drawn to these artists because of their unique creative perspectives and how they are each in very different ways and through their various mediums illuminating the relationship between the mundane/personal and the mythical/fantastical with a smart, sincere, and queer sensibility." -Faye Driscoll Tickets online: For more information, visit

Mundane Fantasy curated by Faye Driscoll - Brooklyn Arts Exchange
Through February 11, 2012 - Park Slope

Part of BAX's Performance and Discussion series featuring works by Dages Juvelier Keates, Parted in the Middle, Sacha Yanow, and No Body Art Works. Curated by Faye Driscoll.

Ruben Studdard - Feinstein's at Loew's Regency
Through February 11, 2012 -

FEINSTEIN'S AT LOEWS REGENCY, the nightclub proclaimed "Best of New York" by New York Magazine and "an invaluable New York institution" by The New York Post will continue its Winter/Spring 2012 season with the New York nightclub debut of Grammy Award-nominated "American Idol" winner RUBEN STUDDARD from February 7 to February 11. In addition to jazz, pop and soul standards, he will perform his new single "June 28th (I'm Single)" from his upcoming CD "Letters From Birmingham," which will be released by Shanachie Entertainment on March 13. This concept album about the ups and downs of modern romance is setting the standard for modern day soul troubadours and boasts stunning performances that range from an angelic falsetto on love songs like "Today" to hard-hitting dance floor grooves like "Turn You Out" that show off a raw vocal edge. The show will run for four nights from February 7 to February 11 at the Loews Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street). RUBEN STUDDARD was crowned the winner of Fox Television's "American Idol" talent competition in 2003 after pulling over 24 million votes. Since then, the Velvet Teddy Bear (as Gladys Knight nicknamed him for his smoothly soothing vocal style) has produced a string of gold and platinum albums, received Grammy and American Music Award nominations, won the NAACP's Image Award for Best New Artist, was nominated as Best Gospel Artist at the BET Awards, toured as Fats Waller in a national stage tour of Ain't Misbehavin', appeared on various television shows, toured in the comedy drama "Heaven I Need A Hug" with Robin Givens and played a pastor in the Trace Adkins film, Lifted. His single "Flying Without Wings" debuted at No. 2 on the Hot 100 while his version of "Superstar" peaked at No. 2 on the R&B chart. In December 2003, his first album, Soulful, had advance orders of over a million copies, automatically qualifying for platinum certification. The record entered The Billboard 200 at No. 1. A follow-up single, "Sorry 2004," reached No. 9 on the Hot 100 and No. 2 on the R&B chart. Ruben's next album was "I Need An Angel," released in November 2004. The sophomore set topped Billboard's gospel chart and was the magazine's No. 1 gospel album of the year. Ruben's third album, "The Return," found him back in the Top 10, on the Billboard 200 and No. 2 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The first single, "Change Me," spent an impressive eight weeks at No. 1 on the Adult R&B list. In 2004, he won the NAACP's Image Award for Best New Artist. That same year, he was nominated for Favorite Male Soul/R&B Artist at the American Music Awards, Best Male R&B Performance at the Grammys, Best New Soul/R&B or Rap Artist at the Soul Train Awards and Best New Artist and Best Male R&B Artist at the BET Awards. The following year Ruben was nominated as Best Gospel Artist at the BET Awards. FEINSTEIN'S AT LOEWS REGENCY will present RUBEN STUDDARD from Tuesday, February 7 through Saturday, February 11. Performances are Tuesday through Thursday at 8:30 PM and Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 PM and 10:30 PM. All performances have a $60.00 cover with $75.00 premium seats and $95.00 up-front seats available. In addition, there is a $40.00 food and beverage minimum. Jackets are suggested but not required. The club is located at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street in New York City. For ticket reservations and club information, please call (212) 339-4095 or visit us online at and

Ripley’s Times Square’s Star Wars Extreme Sleepover - Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square
Through February 11, 2012 - New York

As Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace returns to theatres in 3D this February, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square is offering fans the ultimate “galactic” overnight experience with Ripley’s Times Square’s Star Wars Extreme Sleepover. Taking place on February 10, 2012, the epic space series themed sleepover will include a character meet and greet, Ripley’s Impossible LaseRace™, Yoda mask making, Wookie cookie decorating and more. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by Star Wars costumed characters such as Jedi Warriors and Stormtroopers before exploring 18,000 square feet of astonishing artifacts, exclusive oddities and exciting interactive exhibits. Curiosities from around the globe include the world’s largest display of shrunken heads, an eight-foot tall Transformer statue made completely of used car parts and Ripley’s infamous “Black Hole” experience. During the evening guests will participate in a variety of Star Wars themed activities, games and movie next door. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Star Wars Sleepover includes admission to Ripley’s Odditorium; movie tickets to Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace in 3D; access to Ripley’s Impossible LaseRace™; Yoda mask making, Wookie cookie decorating and puppet making with Puppetry Arts; meet and greet with Star Wars characters from the 501st Legion’s Empire City Garrison and the Rebel Legion’s Echo Base; pizza dinner, snacks and breakfast at Applebee’s; Ripley’s scavenger hunt; gift bag; and games and prizes awarded throughout the night. All guests need to bring is a sleeping bag, pillow, pajamas, flashlight, and their curiosity.

The Urban Dictionary Plays - Ars Nova
Through February 11, 2012 - New York

Move over Webster, the Ars Nova Play Group is taking on the dictionary – the Urban Dictionary, that is. A night of savvy short plays and hot live music inspired by irreverent, crowd-sourced entries at It might just redefine the short play! Written by Joshua Allen, Chad Beckim, Rachel Bonds, Jenny Connell, Kara Lee Corthron, Jon Kern, Josh Koenigsberg, Molly Smith Metzler, Michael Mitnick, Kim Rosenstock, Sharyn Rothstein, Joe Tracz. Directed by Oliver Butler, Wes Grantom, Kate Pines, Laura Savia. This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.

Dance Theatre of Harlem II - The Joyce Theater
Through February 11, 2012 - New York

Dance Theatre of Harlem II is comprised of sixteen young dance artists trained in the DTH style and developed in the spirit that transformed perceptions about ballet. Carrying on the legacy begun by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook when they founded Dance Theatre of Harlem forty-two years ago, the company, now under the artistic direction of Virginia Johnson, presents an eclectic and vibrant mix of neoclassical and contemporary ballets. For the Joyce season, the program includes a stirring new ballet by acclaimed choreographer Donald Byrd and Glinka Pas de Trois, a rarely seen Balanchine work. Tue 7:30pm Thu 8pm Sat 2pm & 8pm Dance Chat: Thu, Feb 9 For tickets and information call JoyceCharge: 212-242-0800

The Seven Deadly Sins - New York City Ballet
Through February 12, 2012 -

Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's ballet chant� (sung ballet) has a long association with George Balanchine and the New York City Ballet. Originally commissioned for Balanchine's experimental Les Ballets 1933, it starred Weill's wife, singer/actress Lotte Lenya and dancer Tilly Losch. In 1958, at the suggestion of Lincoln Kirstein, Balanchine revived the production for City Ballet, again starring Lotte Lenya and young dancer Allegra Kent, with a new English translation from the German by poets W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman. The Seven Deadly (or Cardinal) Sins?Sloth, Pride, Anger, Gluttony, Lust, Greed, and Envy?do not appear as such in the Bible. Since early Christian times theologians incorporated them into Church teachings as examples of sins that led to other sins. In the Weill-Brecht collaboration, these forbidden human frailties are explored in a cabaret-style melding of music, song, dance, and spectacle. A sometimes bittersweet, sometimes sardonic morality play set in an imagined America (neither composer or librettist had yet been to the United States), it tells the story of two Annas (perhaps sisters, perhaps alter-egos) as they travel to seven cities to earn enough money so their family can "build a little home down by the Mississippi in Louisiana," encountering in each city one of the title sins. The two Annas are very different: Anna 1 sings "[Anna 2's] the one with looks, I'm realistic/She's just a little mad, my head's on straight?" Weill's score combines popular music from the 1920s and 30s (foxtrots, waltzes), with a barbershop quartet, marches and hymns into a melodic symphonic whole filled with the driving rhythms and unusual orchestrations that are a hallmark of his work. Brecht's libretto has been open to various interpretations. At the 1933 premiere, audiences could see a reflection of a decadent Berlin, the rise of Hitler and the Nazis, and the turmoil caused by the Great Depression. Over the years, others have viewed it as Brecht's critique of capitalism. One reviewer called the current City Ballet production a depiction of a "not-so-mythical America, a world in which for the sake of money, moral values are turned sharply on their head." Choreographer Lynne Taylor-Corbett has commented that in light of the country's on-going political, social, and economic polarizations, the nearly 80-year-old work continues to speak to and resonate with today's audiences.

Vienna Waltzes - New York City Ballet
Through February 12, 2012 -

The waltz became popular in the late 1700's. It was banned at first by some authorities who thought it immoral for couples to dance so closely, but by the mid-1800's, it was accepted everywhere. The faster Viennese form, characterized by swift, gliding turns, expressed the vivacity and brilliance of the Hapsburg court. The waltz was a dance form Balanchine revisited and explored often over his career, but never on as grand a scale as the 1977 Vienna Waltzes. Vienna Waltzes — Balanchine's homage to the pleasures and delights of an age that epitomized imperial grandeur — transforms from sylvan forest glen to sassy dance hall to glittering society cafe to, at last, a majestic mirrored ballroom through Rouben Ter-Arutunian's evolving scenery. The music selected for each section of the ballet is associated with the transformation of the waltz across society and over the years. The many elaborate costumes designed by Karinska are the last she created for New York City Ballet. For most of this century, first in Paris, and after 1938, in New York, Karinska, who left Russia after the October Revolution, designed and created many legendary costumes for Broadway, ballet and opera. As one of Balanchine's long-time collaborators, she was for many years New York City Ballet's principal costume-maker.

Barry Manilow - Radio City Music Hall
Through February 12, 2012 -

Singer-songwriter Barry Manilow will return to Radio City Music Hall in New York City and perform three shows, February 10, 11, and 12, 2012. The announcement of these special concerts coincides with the release of 15 MINUTES, Manilow's first original album in 10 years and will be in stores on June 14. Tickets are on sale now! After having recorded six critically acclaimed albums of songs written by the greatest songwriters of all time - from Gershwin to Bacharach, as well as two Platinum Christmas albums-- Barry Manilow returns at last to his true passion: songwriting. Inspired by the Andy Warhol quote, "In the future, everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes," this exciting guitar-driven pop album explores the perils and pinnacles of fame's double-edged sword. 15 MINUTES is a compilation of 16 original tracks written by Manilow and lyricist Enoch Anderson. Making a guest appearance on 15 MINUTES is young Nataly Dawn, lead singer of the white-hot group, Pomplamoose. Her rendition of "Letter From A Fan" is both innocent and eerie.

Pop Objects and Icons from the Guggenheim Collection - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through February 12, 2012 - New York

This focused exhibition demonstrates various artists' engagement with Pop art and the Guggenheim's ongoing interest in the legacy of the style.

Charles Dickens at 200 - Morgan Library & Museum
Through February 12, 2012 -

This exhibition explores the inspiration and creative energies of Charles Dickens, Britain's first literary superstar.

'Charles Dickens at 200' - Morgan Library & Museum
Through February 12, 2012 - Manhattan

This exhibition explores the inspiration and creative energies of Charles Dickens, Britain's first literary superstar. It includes quite a bit of Christmas-themed material, including the one-and-only manuscript of "A Christmas Carol" and the story's first edition.

HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture - Brooklyn Museum
Through February 12, 2012 -

The first major museum exhibition to focus on themes of gender and sexuality in modern American portraiture, HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture brings together more than one hundred works in a wide range of media, including paintings, photographs, works on paper, film, and installation art. The exhibition charts the underdocumented role that sexual identity has played in the making of modern art, and highlights the contributions of gay and lesbian artists to American art. Beginning in the late nineteenth century with Thomas Eakins' Realist paintings, HIDE/SEEK traces the often coded narrative of sexual desire in art produced throughout the early modern period and up to the present. The exhibition features pieces by canonical figures in American art—including George Bellows, Marsden Hartley, Alice Neel, and Berenice Abbott—along with works that openly assert gay and lesbian subjects in modern and contemporary art, by artists such as Jess Collins and Tee Corinne.

Cloud Gate 2 - Joyce Theater
Through February 12, 2012 -

Renowned choreographer Lin Hwai-min founded Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan in 1973, creating a new form of dance that fused Eastern and Western cultures. In 1999, he founded Cloud Gate 2, a company making its New York debut at The Joyce with the work of remarkable international choreographers Bulareyaung Pagarlava, commissioned by the Martha Graham Company; Huang Yi, one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch, 2011"; Wu Kuo-chu, former Artistic Director of Tanztheater at Staatstheater Kassel, Germany; and Cheng Tsung-lung, winner of the Roma Choreography Competition 2011.

"Boeing-Boeing" - Paper Mill Playhouse
Through February 12, 2012 - Millburn

Bernard, an American playboy in swinging '60s Paris, juggles three flight-attendant fiancées - one American, one German, and one Italian. With the help of airline timetables and a phenomenally efficient housekeeper, he convinces each she is his only love. But then - mon dieu! - a fast new Boeing jet puts the flight attendants on a collision course, hurtles his cunning deception toward disaster, and provides the lift-off for laugh after laugh.

Alba amicorum: Friendship Albums at the Morgan - Morgan Library & Museum
Through February 12, 2012 -

The Morgan invites you to explore personal journeys as seen through fourteen rarely-displayed alba amicorum, or Friendship Albums. From the late sixteenth century through the end of the nineteenth century, alba amicorum were a popular way for students, artists, scholars, and gentlemen, mostly from Germany and the Low Countries, to document and memorialize their travels, interests, and relationships. Similar to the autograph books we know today, these keepsake albums were commonly filled with handwritten mementos from friends�dedications, poems, quotes from ancient authors or Fathers of the Church -- and sprinkled with illustrations, sometimes created by the signatories themselves, and sometimes commissioned from professional artists. The selection on view includes fourteen albums from the Morgan's collection. These albums were produced all over Europe -- in Germany, the Low Countries, France, and Italy -- and span the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries. Visitors will see the scope of mementos contained within these books, including inscriptions, watercolors, hand-colored engravings, miniatures, sketches, emblematic and floral motifs, and even a lock of hair.

Gifted: Collectors and Drawings at MoMA, 1929-1983 - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through February 13, 2012 - New York

This exhibition examines the history of MoMA's drawings collection through key gifts from donors whose connections with the Museum helped shape the institution from its earliest days. Lillie P. Bliss and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, founders of MoMA, gave numerous masterworks to the new museum, including some of its most prized drawings. In later decades bequests by influential collectors such as James Thrall Soby continued to augment the holdings of works by artists the Museum had already shown a commitment to, while other collections, like that of Joan and Lester Avnet, were formed with MoMA's needs specifically in mind. More idiosyncratic collections, such as Ruth Vollmer's bequest to the Museum, accepted in 1983, reflect the life and activities of individual art enthusiasts during key moments in art history. Gifted is a reevaluation of the drawings collection, reflecting not only the richness of MoMA's holdings, but also the diverse forces that have shaped it and the corresponding history it represents.

Valentine's Day Weekend aboard Bateaux - Bateaux New York
Through February 14, 2012 - New York

Nothing's more magnificent than a Valentine's Day celebration on the water aboard New York's most sophisticated cruising vessel, Bateaux. Distinctive cuisine. Live entertainment. Dancing cheek to cheek. Breathtaking views. Laughter and intimate conversation. Create a memory that will last as long as your love.

Park Here's Mommy Mornings - Openhouse Gallery
Through February 15, 2012 - NoLita

Openhouse Gallery provides moms with an escape from winter in a private, safe, and warm space. Park Here's Mommy Mornings at the pop-up park features mom and kids yoga, trunk shows, musical singalongs, arts and crafts workshops, and organic coffee and tea. For more information on specific daily activities, call or visit the website.

Minimum Rage - Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre
Through February 16, 2012 - New York

Sue Smith has an anger problem. In her drug-addicted early 20s, she lost her father and stifled her feelings. But now, in this new solo show, Sue unleashes those years of pent up rage all over your stupid face. If she's ever waited on you, taught you yoga or wiped your snotty nose, there's a good chance you're in this show. Don't worry though, she's also going to throw you a party. And there will be presents!

Lincoln Square BID's Fashion Plate Prix Fixe & Crew Cuts Deals - Various Lincoln Square-area restaurants & eateries
Through February 16, 2012 - New York

It is time once again for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to bring high fashion to Lincoln Square. As in the past chefs from 25 of Lincoln Square's finest restaurants will be offering New Yorkers sumptuous meals at affordable prices as part of the Lincoln Square BID's very own restaurant week: Fashion Plate Prix Fixe. The Fashion Week Prix Fixe promotion is open to the public, with special lunch and/or dinner menus and gives everyone an exciting opportunity to rub shoulders with other stylish sophisticates while dining in some of the city's finest dining establishments. Reservations are highly recommended. To learn more, visit:

Scenes from Zagreb: Artists' Publications of the New Art Practice - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through February 17, 2012 - New York

The New Art Practice was a term created for a generation of artists in the former Yugoslavia active in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s. These artists shifted their practice to spaces outside the traditional studio, onto city streets, into artist-run spaces, and in multimedia performances and experimental publications. Focusing on artists working in the city of Zagreb, this exhibition documents aspects of this shift and highlights the ability of artists' publications to record these often ephemeral gestures and ideas. While artists such as Goran Trbuljak, Braco Dimitrijevic, Sanja Ivekovic, Mladen Stilinovic, and Vlado Martek, among others, worked in a variety of mediums, they shared a common impulse to produce publications. These artists questioned and played with ideas about the place of an artist within this particular political and socioeconomic context. Their work often involved public participation and blurred traditional notions of authorship through collective activities, chance operations, and the appropriation of language and imagery from the state and commercial media. The materials in this installation resonate with other contemporaneous scenes in Eastern and Central Europe and with broader international trends, while also providing an insight into very local networks of experimental artists and writers in Zagreb.

Tying the Knot & Make Your Own Valentines - Cold Spring Fish Hatchery and Aquarium
Through February 17, 2012 - Cold Spring Harbor

Practice tying fishing and boating knots at hands-on learning stations throughout the Hatchery. Also, make your own valentines.

Korean Eye: Energy and Matter - Museum of Arts & Design
Through February 19, 2012 -

Internationally-acclaimed exhibition Korean Eye: Energy and Matter, sponsored by Standard Chartered, shines a spotlight on new work by contemporary Korean artists. Korean Eye: Energy and Matter reflects a new era of diversity in Korean life, politics, and culture, and offers a unique opportunity for education and appreciation of Korea's rapidly developing art scene, which until recently has seen little global exposure. Korean Eye: Energy and Matter extends MAD's focus on materials and process in contemporary art and design by showcasing works of art in an astonishing range of materials, reflecting the ways in which Korean artists today are exploring techniques both traditional and innovative. Korean Eye: Energy and Matter offers an illuminating commentary on the philosophical and aesthetic conditions of modern Korean culture, from virtual reality and the pervasive influence of fantasy and pop culture to the dehumanization inherent in a post-industrial society. By turns ironic, satirical, and metaphorical, the exhibition includes photo-sculptures by Seung Hyo Jang; embroidery and acrylic paintings by Young In Hong; a large, imposing shark fabricated from reclaimed and repurposed automobile tires by Yong Ho Ji; and Meekyoung Shin's astonishing "antique" porcelain vases, rendered in soap.

Merrily We Roll Along - New York City Center
Through February 19, 2012 - New York

Tue 7pm, Wed 7:30pm, Thu-Fri 8pm, Sat 2 and 8pm, Sun 2 and 7pm (Exception: Wed 2/15 7pm) Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's legendary musical runs backwards in time from 1980 to 1955, examines the lives of three people whose friendship is tested by time, ambition and fate. It includes some of Sondheim's most brilliant and bruising songs, including "Not a Day Goes By," "Old Friends" and "Our Time." Frequent Sondheim collaborator James Lapine, who directed the show's 1985 run, returns to direct the Encores! production.

'The History Mystery' - TADA! Youth Theater
Through February 19, 2012 - Manhattan

A musical time-travel adventure in which you'll meet Martin Luther King, Jr., Eleanor Roosevelt, and the Wright Brothers as children and imagine why they grew up to do the things they did.

Rather Unique - Woodward Gallery
Through February 19, 2012 -

New for 2012, Woodward Gallery invites Harlem-based street Artist Royce Bannon as their first-ever guest curator for an exhibition with rather unique art. This exhibition will highlight a group of trendsetting artists who stand out in street and graffiti genres. The artists include: Cassius Fowler, Celso, Chris RWK, Cope2, Darkcloud, H.veng.Smith, Indie184, infinity, KA, Keely, Kenji Nakayama, Kosbe, Matt Siren, Moody, Nose Go, Royce B, Russell King, UR New York, Veng, and Wrona. While how they each create differs, they are commonly driven to share art with their peers without-constraints. This public focus has afforded the group to experiment and redefine their creativity with instant feedback and inspiration from colleagues. Bannon selected these few for their resolve and commitment. They have worked obsessively over the years to get their public art recognized. Each one of them has a rather unique style that I really can't compare to any one else's. If I mention a Darkcloud, a Matt Siren, or a Cope2 you know exactly what I'm talking about- even if you're not into the scene- you can see their (iconic) images in your head...Everyone does wheat paste, and stickers, or (tag) throw ups, but this group of artists...make what they do really pop. Woodward Gallery acknowledges these most contemporary of artists and their contribution to the new world of art.

Projects 96: Haris Epaminonda - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through February 20, 2012 - New York

Berlin-based artist Haris Epaminonda (b. 1980, Nicosia, Cyprus) is internationally known for her photographic assemblages constructed from books and magazines of the 1950s and 1960s, and for her video installations, in which film and television footage culled from Greek soap operas, are reshot or re-edited in new sequences with a single soundtrack that provides an acoustic link. This exhibition presents Epaminonda's three-channel video installation Tarahi IIII, V, VI (2007), part of an ongoing series that enlists the use of reverse shooting, montage, cuts, superimposition, and repetition of motifs to address the permeability of memory. Favoring a slowed-down, filmic flow and the lush colors one associates with the saturated hues of Douglas Sirk's melodramas, these enigmatic videos are presented in a new installation involving sculptural and architectural structures—columns, pedestals, drapery, and niches—specifically conceived for the space at MoMA. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the Projects series, which has played a critical part in the Museum's contemporary art programs.

Victorian Watercolor Painting - Conklin Barn
Through February 20, 2012 - Huntington

Adults and children in 4th grade and older learn traditional English watercolor and ink drawing. After completing this class, attendees have the skills to transfer a drawing to paper, use a dip-t

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