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THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS IN BRONX ON FEBRUARY 3

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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 3, 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 3. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Playtime with Sammie & Tudie - Sprout San Francisco
February 03, 2014 - Upper East Side

Playtime with Sammie & Tudie is a "mommy and me" style class for kids ages 1 to 3 years. Each week is a different theme and the fun starts there. Puppets, songs, creative play, colors, counting and even a little circus fun are all a part of the class. Single classes are $25, 3 classes are $60, and 5 classes are $90.

Musical Mondays - Sabrina Wender, Italian 'La Dolce Vita' Classics & Standard Jazz - Le Cirque
February 03, 2014 - New York

Featuring live performances by talented musicians and singers in Le Cirque Cafe. Enjoy sophisticated sounds while sipping Billy's famous cocktails or offerings from their extensive beer and wine menu, or make it a complete French/Italian affair with the delicious $38 prix-fixe dinner. A singer-songwriter, dancer and actress, Sabrina Wender has a true passion for the arts. She has recorded a CD of pop music in Italy and also has an in-depth knowledge of American jazz and swing music of the 30s and 40s.

Die Fledermaus - Metropolitan Opera
February 03, 2014 - New York

A new production of Johann Strauss's sparkling comedy Die Fledermaus premieres on New Year's Eve. Adam Fischer conducts the new staging by Jeremy Sams, which sets the farcical story of romantic intrigue and mistaken identity in Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century. The new production of the quintessential Viennese comedy will feature new English-language lyrics by Sams and dialogue by award-winning Broadway playwright Douglas Carter Beane. Susanna Phillips sings Rosalinde, with Christopher Maltman as her husband, Eisenstein; Christine Sch?fer and Jane Archibald as her clever maid, Adele; Michael Fabiano and Alexander Lewis as Alfred, her clandestine lover; Paulo Szot as the scheming notary Dr. Falke; and Anthony Roth Costanzo as the consummate party host, Prince Orlofsky.

Juilliard Jazz Ensemble - Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Jazz at Lincoln Center
February 03, 2014 - New York

The Juilliard School has been a destination for world-class music education since its founding, and these incredible young musicians will exemplify that legacy at Dizzy's. The Juilliard Jazz Orchestra features some of the world's most talented emerging jazz artists, many of whom are already professional musicians. No stranger to Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, the Orchestra has also performed at noted venues such as the Blue Note and Alice Tully Hall. These gifted young musicians are proof of jazz's bright future.

The Philadelphia Orchestra - Carnegie Hall
February 03, 2014 - New York

Featuring Bartok's Piano Concerto No. 3 with guest soloist Radu Lupu in addition to Smetana's "The Moldau" from his set of six symphonic poems, Ma Vlast, and Dvorak's Symphony No. 6 in D Major, Op. 60.

Tiny Tots - CSTL Center for Science Teaching and Learning
February 03, 2014 - Rockville Centre

CSTL's Tiny Tots program is held Mondays throughout the school year. Tiny Tots is a 1 1/2hr workshop for toddlers, ages 18 months to 3. Each week brings with it a new theme, and with each new theme comes new activities that both delight and educate at every turn. Every class is led by one of its friendly staff members who will include at least one story and fun activity.

Billy Joel - Madison Square Garden
February 03, 2014 - New York

Billy Joel returns to the Time Warner Cable Concert Series at Madison Square Garden. The performance, presented by Q104, will be Billy Joel's first time back at the venue since his record-breaking "longest run by a single artist" in 2006 when he performed 12 consecutive sold-out shows. Also 1/27.

Monday Afternoon Storytime at B & N - Barnes & Noble City Center
February 03, 2014 - White Plains

Young children can enjoy an exciting adventure at every turn of the page during this storytime.

Family Storytime - Auburndale Library
February 03, 2014 - Flushing

An afternoon of family fun including story time, and, a simple craft or activity for children from pre-K to grade 2 and their caregivers.

Timeless Tales - Central Library
February 03, 2014 - Jamaica

Children ages 3-5 and their caregivers meet for story times with a children's librarian. Participants enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays, learning activities and lots of fun! Preregistration is required.

Mocha Mondays - South Jamaica Multi Service Center-Community Room
February 03, 2014 - Jamaica

Be apart of this support group for mothers of color who have chosen not to work full-time outside of the home in order to devote more time to their families and communities. Enjoy events like Mom's Night Out, Yoga and Wellnes,and the Annual Marriage Gala. Weekly meetings support the best of familiy life, sisterhood, and service.

LEARN TO DRAW with ART TEACHER AMY: Ages 9-12 - Bridges Academy
February 03, 2014 - West Islip

Step-by-step, your child can learn to draw animals, landscapes, people and masterworks while they experiment with chalk and oil pastels, watercolors and markers.

Family Movie - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Garnerville

Families are invited to watch a movie on the library's big screen.

Beginner's Book Club - Rose Memorial Library
February 03, 2014 - Stony Point

Young readers are invited to the library to listen to a story then join in for a brief book discussion with trivia games and a craft. This month club members will read Bringing in the New Year by Grace Lin. Get a copy of the book at registration.

Toddler Winter Workshop - Jill's Ceramics
February 03, 2014 - West Nyack

Jill will help young artists design winter-themed crafts. Children can choose from a large array of seasonal items including heart or mitten-shaped dishes, mugs, plates, snowflake boxes, princess plaques, and more. Pieces can be taken home that day or left for glazing. Fee includes instruction. Pre-registration is requested. Workshops will be held each Monday and Tuesday.

Annaleigh Ashford - 54 Below
February 03, 2014 - New York

Annaleigh Ashford can currently be seen in her Tony nominated turn as feisty factory worker Lauren in Kinky Boots on Broadway and as Betty DiMello on Showtime's Masters of Sex. She is also known for her work in Rent (Maureen), Dogfight (Marcy), Wicked (Glinda), and Legally Blonde (Margot). Annaleigh comes to 54 Below with songwriter and music director Will VanDyke to acknowledge the history of Studio 54 with a classic cabaret that features songs from the days of disco to the haunting melodies of Kurt Weill and Stephen Sondheim. With story and song, the evening will have a touch of fun with a whole lot of heart.

Baby and Me - Bayside Library
February 03, 2014 - Bayside

A special time for mommies and their little ones. A fun morning featuring nursery rhymes, fingerplays, songs and playtime.

Exploring Nature with Your Child - Long Island City Library
February 03, 2014 - Long Island City

In this program, toddlers and their caregivers explore the natural world with stories and nature-themed art projects.

Homework Help - Laurelton Library
February 03, 2014 - Laurelton

Afterschool homework assistance in math, writing and other subjects is available for children in Grades 1-6.

Tales & Tunes - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Garnerville

Walkers up to 36 months and their parent or caregiver are invited to the library for stories, fingerplays, songs, and bubbles. Registration is required.

Stories & Craft - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Garnerville

Children ages 3-6 are invited to the library for stories, crafts, and more. Registration is required.

Wee Craft Together - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Garnerville

Children ages 2-4 are invited with their parent or caregiver to make a fun craft together. Registration is required.

Field Library Unity Quilt - Field Library
February 03, 2014 - Peekskill

Celebrate Black History Month by making a square for the library's Unity Quilt. Can't get to the library today? Drop in for Saturday Crafts on Feb. 8 or 22 and make a Unity Quilt square then.

Friendly Squares Dance Club Free Fun Night - Katonah Methodist Parish Hal
February 03, 2014 - Katonah

Friendly Squares Dance Club announces a free square dancing fun night at Katonah Methodist Church Parish Hall, 44 Edgemont Road, Katonah, with professional caller Sandy Corey. Square Dancing is a lot of fun and a great way to exercise your body and mind. It is also an opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. This event is open to singles, couples, and families. The attire is casual, and no experience is necessary. For more information, contact Barbara at 914-248-8554.

Natural Wonders: The Dark Continent with Dr. Bill - Manhasset Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Manhasset

The oldest of the continents geologically and the cradle of humanity, Africa is also one of the richest continents in terms of wildlife. This program focuses on one its most remarkable regions--the Kalahari. Using the BBC Earth series AFRICA as a launch point, follow starlight cameras revealing the nocturnal behavior of black rhinos, super slow motion footage capturing a fierce battle between two male giraffes, and red-billed queleas defend their nests from marauding armored bush crickets, just to name a few of the natural wonders we see. This multi-part series -- with Dr. Bill Thierfelder, a docent-guide at The American Museum of Natural History -- explores everything from the origins of the Universe to the microscopic world at our feet and the many startling wonders in between. Join in and discover stars, planets, oceans, wild mammals, insects, and human origins -- a whole banquet of remarkable things that make our universe the spectacular place that it is.

Rainbow Bracelet and Lanyard Workshop - Brooklyn Public Library, Dyker branch
February 03, 2014 - Dyker Heights

Kids learn how to make rainbow bracelets and lanyards.

Babies and Books - Brooklyn Public Library, Carroll Gardens branch
February 03, 2014 - Carroll Gardens

Babies hear stories and play.

Read and Play - Brooklyn Public Library, Greenpoint branch
February 03, 2014 - Greenpoint

Children, age birth to 5 years, and with and without disabilities, share stories, rhymes, and play. Part of the Child's Place for Children for Special Needs.

Brooklyn Open - Brooklyn Public Library, central branch
February 03, 2014 - Prospect Heights

Teens enjoy an open mic event where poets, spoken work artists, emcees, scholars and activists to share their powerful and important voices. Run by youth for youth, with youth DJs, youth hosts and a monthly featured poet.

Bereavement Support Group - Merrick Jewish Center
February 03, 2014 - Merrick

COPE, a grief and healing organization dedicated to supporting parents and families living with the loss of a child, holds monthly support groups meetings for parents one Monday of the month for parents on the South Shore. Parents and siblings new to COPE must speak to COPE's Clinical Director Laraine Gordon prior to their first meeting (631-259-2018).

Winter Storytime - Mineola Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Mineola

Join in for exciting stories, favorite songs, and simple crafts. Ages 2 1/2 through kindergarten (with a caregiver).

Yoga Sessions - Mineola Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Mineola

Rob Crowe will introduce you to the beneficial practices that help you relax, meditate and reach optimum health.

Sand Art Pens - Mineola Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Mineola

Design your own pen by filling it up with different colored sand. Grades 1 and up. Register.

Shadow Box Theater presents The African Drum - PS 3, The Bedford Village School
February 03, 2014 - Bedford-Stuyvesant

The Shadow Box Theater honors Black History Month with its adaptation of this African folktale. As always, the show features unique shadow puppetry and accompaniment from drums and guitar.

College Talk with the Greenes - Wilton Library
February 03, 2014 - Wilton

Tonight's topic is Changes in the College Admissions Process: What Every Family Should Know About Planning and Paying for College Today. Educational consultants Howard and Matthew Greene will discuss recent trends in college admissions, and what matters most in the college admissions process. How can parents and students navigate the college admissions landscape today in a positive and productive way, with less stress, more enjoyment, and the right priorities? Families are encouraged to attend together, and the program will be geared toward students in 9th through 11th grades. Registration recommended. No charge. Snow date: Tuesday, Feb. 4.

Maker Mondays - Westport Library
February 03, 2014 - Westport

Geek out at the Library on Monday afternoons. Each Maker Monday features a different hands-on, creative activity. Register online for each workshop. Join any time. Each week's workshop will be announced the week before. For grades 6-9.

Eglevsky Ballet's Open Week - Eglevsky Ballet
February 03, 2014 - Bethpage

The Eglevsky Ballet Training Program welcomes you! New students of all ages and levels are invited to join in on a week of free classes. Whether you feel you are missing something in your current training program or just wish to attend a class in our new state-of-the-art facility, this is for you. No registration is necessary. For a complete schedule of classes, call or visit the website.

Sans Diego Film Shorts presents 'Song of the Subway Siren' - The Producers Club
February 03, 2014 - New York

"I got off the F train at 14th street in Manhattan and something that sounded like the song of an electronic siren caught my ear. I was dragged to the source of the sound and saw what appeared to be a young woman waving her hands upon some kind of a wooden board. " This is how filmmaker Asya Danilova describes meeting Llamano, a theremin musician from Japan, whose favorite concert hall is the NYC subway system. "Song of the Subway Siren" is Danilova's exploration of Llamano's life as a subway musician using one of the most unique and expressive of instruments: the theremin. Danilova invites us to experience Llamano's music below and above ground as the musician shares the theremin's remarkable melodies with all she meets. "Song of the Subway Siren" by Asya Danilova will lure you into the musical world Llamano creates beneath the streets of New York City, where you too will be amazed by what you hear. sansdiegofilmshorts.wix.com/home

Super Bowl Special Rates - Cars Co.
Through February 03, 2014 - New York

During the week of the Super Bowl, leave the driving and parking to CarsCo and the stress at home. They are offering competitive rates on regular days leading up to Feb 2nd as well as on the day of the Super Bowl. They can accommodate any group size and are offering flat rates (which will NOT change based on time of day or demand) and hourly rates as quoted. Booking in advance is advised, which will leave you enough time to get your touchdown dance ready! Rates do not include tolls, gratuity or tax.

Elsa Nilsson Quartet - Rockwood Music Hall
February 03, 2014 - New York

Elsa Nilsson is a Swedish-born flute player who has built a solid career and reputation upon her belief that all folk music (which for her, includes Jazz) has a common thread, and that by weaving those threads together, a deeper, more layered understanding among varying cultures can be reached. It is in this spirit that Elsa's "absolutely gorgeous" (Karen Pauley, KOCR, Seattle) compositions shine through. Nilsson will include new music from her third album "Already There Yet", a tour de force, mixing personality and tradition to take the listener on a journey through sounds from Brazil, Cuba, Spain, Turkey, and the Baltic countries. As her music mentor, Robert Dick explains: "Do you hear that sound from the Northern Skies? It's Elsa Nilsson with something new, passionate, and beautiful to say with her flute and her pen. Check out her music and let her light your skies." Elsa Nilsson "Varvindar Friska": http://youtu.be/XbTSrfBnPS4 Elsa Nilsson "Already There Yet": https://soundcloud.com/elsanilssonmusic/sets/already-there-yet/s-F0ZY3 http://www.elsanilssonmusic.com/

I Have a Dream! African American Stories in Art - Brentwood Public Library
February 03, 2014 - Brentwood

Create you own American dream collage using quotes and pictures of famous African Americans, as well as images that show what you dream and envision for your life.

Asteroids: Earth's Nearest Neighbors with Amy Mainzer - American Museum of Natural History
February 03, 2014 - New York City

Asteroids have interacted with Earth in the past and are certain to do so in the future. In this talk, we will explore the origins and evolution of the smallest bodies in our solar system as well as what has recently been learned about their orbital and physical properties. Recent advances in ground- and space-based astronomy have yielded new estimates of their numbers, orbits, sizes, and compositions. Systems to discover, track, characterize, and predict potential impacts from Earth's nearest neighbors will be discussed.

Monday Minnows - Age 3-5 - Cold Spring Habor Whaling Museum
February 03, 2014 - Cold Spring Harbor

Children enjoy open playtime, story time and a craft. Each week there is a new theme.

Alice Tully Vocal Arts Recital: Sasha Cooke, Mezzo-Soprano - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
February 03, 2014 - New York

Winner of the Tully Vocal Arts Recital Award. Pei-Yao Wang, piano. WOLF Selections from Mörike-Lieder; POULENC Cinq Poèmes de Max Jacob; DUPARC L'Invitation au voyage and La vie anterieure; CRUMB 3 Early Songs; BRITTEN A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41; COPLAND Selections from Old American Songs. Her voice most frequently described by reviewers as radiant, creamy, and luminous, mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke is a rapidly rising star of concert and opera stages throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Remembered vividly for her portrayal as Kitty Oppenheimer in the 2008 Metropolitan Opera premiere performances of John Adams's Doctor Atomic, she has since performed with major American orchestras coast-to-coast and festivals around the world, always to high critical praise. Tickets $20 available 12/16 at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office, by calling CenterCharge (212) 721-6500, or online. Patron/Senior/Student/Alumni tickets $10 available at the Alice Tully Hall Box Office only (Alumni must present alumni ID cards). Patron tickets $10 available online with discount code.

Puppet Show - The Long Island Puppet Theater
February 03, 2014 - Hicksville

"Sirena, The Little Mermaid: It's A Whole New World!" An original musical marionette puppet show with a surprise ending! After the show, the kids and parents get to rock out on the dance floor!

Arsenal Gallery Exhibtion: The March - Arsenal in Central Park
February 03, 2014 - Upper East Side

In commemoration of Black History Month, the Arsenal Gallery is pleased to present The March, an exhibition that includes work from seventeen artists. Coordinated by NYC Parks' Ebony Society, this exhibition reflects on the struggles and victories of the Civil Rights Movement past, present and future, as well as those individuals who have advanced the cause.

Karla Moheno - The Manderley Bar at The McKittrick Hotel
February 03, 2014 - New York

NYC-based rock artist Karla Moheno will play at The Manderley Bar at The McKittrick Hotel at 10:30 p.m. on Monday, February 3. New York City-based rock singer and songwriter Karla Moheno released her debut solo album, Gone to Town in November 2013. Moheno's mature, cinematic music conjures images of film noir and music of the 1950's and 1960's.

A Taste of Italy: Slow Wine US Tour 2014 - Metropolitan Pavillon
February 03, 2014 - New-York

The 2014 Slow Wine US Tour will be bringing 70+ Italian wines to New York for one of the largest Italian wine tastings of the year. I am sure you know that Slow Wine is a branch of the famous non-profit Slow Food, an organization committed to linking the pleasures of good food with a commitment to local communities and the environment. Enjoy specialty Italian foods and cheeses from DiPalo's, succulent porchetta from Fa.Lu.Cioli, olive oil from Monini and creamy gelato from L'Albero dei Gelati. Attendees will also have the opportunity to order the wines they enjoyed most from Eataly. **EXCLUSIVE FOR NYC: Guests can relax in the "Prosecco Lounge" with a glass of bubbly and discuss their favorite wines of the night.

Sights and Sounds: Global Film and Video - The Jewish Museum
Through February 05, 2014 - New York

This longterm series offers a rotating selection of vigorous film and video works by contemporary artists from around the world - with a particular emphasis on work being made outside western Europe and the United States.

BROADWAY WEEK - Various
Through February 06, 2014 - New York

Check out a special 2 tickets for 1 price to Broadway shows, from Jan. 21 through Feb. 6, 2014.

ART OF THE AUTOMOBILE - Westport Library
Through February 08, 2014 - Westport

Visit this exhibit of photorealistic paintings by Weston artist Ken Scaglia celebrating the elegant lines and polished surfaces of classic cars. Through February 8, 2014.

Marc Dennis - An Artist, A Curator And A Rabbi Walk Into A Bar - Hasted Kraeutler
Through February 08, 2014 - New York

The title of the exhibition is a meta-joke (a joke within a joke), referencing the exhibited works, which are often, paintings within paintings. Left purposely without a punch line, the title lends itself to the idea of an endless narrative in which anyone can fill in the blanks and take the concept in any direction, or context. Dennis exposes the glamour, popularity, celebrity, absurdity and seductiveness that is the "art world" with skilled precision and artistic prowess.

Ingrid Calame - Tracks - James Cohan Gallery
Through February 08, 2014 - New York

The gallery's fifth solo exhibition by California-based artist Ingrid Calame includes two new immersive pounce wall drawings and two oil paintings on aluminum.

Dante Ferretti: Design and Construction for the Cinema - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through February 09, 2014 - New York

Dante Ferretti: Design and Construction for the Cinema examines design practice for film through the lens of Ferretti's work, which is distinguished by the structural role it plays in the collaborative process of cinema art. As digital technology transforms the way films are staged, replacing the real with the virtual, Ferretti's work comes at what may be the end of a 100-year-long tradition of full-scale, studio-built environments for films. This exhibition also serves to document this transitioning of cinema practice through its selection and organization of drawings, large-scale installations, and digital projection.

Clarice Smith: Recollections of a Life in Art - New-York Historical Society
Through February 09, 2014 - New York

Clarice Smith: Recollections of a Life in Art is a retrospective of this distinguished contemporary painter's signature subjects. Clarice Smith's work moves easily among diverse subjects, among them The Garden, Florals, Still Life, Landscapes, Equines, Screens, and Figures, each with its own rich visual traditions. Drawing upon her deep knowledge of art history, as well as a keen eye for the directly observed, the artist produces immensely fulfilling paintings that gratify the eye and also stimulate reflection.

Thunderbird American Indian Dancers Annual Dance Concert and Pow-Wow - Theater for the New City
Through February 09, 2014 - New York

Dances, stories and traditional music from the Iroquois and Native Peoples of the Southwest and Great Plains regions. A Pow-Wow is more than just a spectator event: it is a joyous reunion for native peoples nationwide and an opportunity for the non-Indian community to voyage into the philosophy and beauty of Native culture. Traditionally a gathering and sharing of events, Pow-Wows have come to include spectacular dance competitions, exhibitions, and enjoyment of traditional foods. Highlights will include Storytelling by Matoka Eagle (Santo Domingo, Tewa), a Hoop Dance by Marie Ponce (Cherokee), a Buffalo Dance (from the Hopi people), a Grass Dance and Jingle Dress Dance (from the Northern Plains people), a Stomp Dance (from the Southeastern tribes), and a Shawl Dance (from the Oklahoma tribes). In the final section of the program, the audience will be invited to join in the Round Dance, a friendship dance.

Pedro Pan - The Chain Theatre
Through February 09, 2014 - Long Island City

The TRUF presents a world-premiere of a new children's musical that explores the power of friendship, family and hope when you're a stranger in a new world. The year is 1962 and Pedro, a young boy from Cuba, is sent alone to the US by his parents to protect him from the growing dangers of Havana. Pedro Pan is a bilingual performance based on the real life events of Operación Pedro Pan where Pedro must learn to navigate being a 'lost boy' in a new world while holding on to the shadow of his former life. Book and Direction by Rebecca Aparicio Music and Lyrics by Stephen Anthony Elkins

T. J. Wilcox: In the Air - Whitney Museum of American Art
Through February 09, 2014 - New York

The New York-based artist has created a remarkable new panoramic film installation, which will fill up most of the second floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Here Wilcox revisits the "cinema in-the-round" panoramic presentations that appeared at the dawn of film history in the late 19th century, bringing the concept up to date with state-of-the-art technology to create an immersive cinematic environment.

King Lear - Brooklyn Academy of Music
Through February 09, 2014 - Brooklyn

A legendary presence on stage and screen, Tony Award-winning and Oscar-nominated actor Frank Langella takes on King Lear. Betrayed by his daughters and shaken by his own mortality, Shakespeare's aging patriarch wanders mad, as a kingdom disintegrates in the wake of his divested power. Langella joins forces with Britain's Olivier Award-winning company Chichester Festival Theatre to present this monumental interpretation of the Bard's tragedy.

Joseph Beuys: Process 1971-1985 - Rooster Gallery
Through February 09, 2014 - New York

1971-1985 marks one of the most prolific and influential periods of Joseph Beuys' career. It is in this fourteen-year span, prior to the artist's death in 1986, that Beuys would perform some of his most famous Actions as well as give shape to his theory of "social sculpture," culminating in the 1977 Honey Pump at the Workplace installation for Documenta 6 in Kassel. Comprised of thirteen works encompassing diverse media, such as drawing, sculpture, objects and prints, many of which contain the artist's written notes, Process 1971-1985 aims to highlight this modus operandi in one of the 20th century's most influential artists.

I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America - Museum of the City of New York
Through February 10, 2014 - New York

The first major exploration of the theater and industrial designer who The New York Times dubbed "the Leonardo da Vinci of the 20th century." A visionary who was equally comfortable in the realms of fact and fiction, Bel Geddes (1893-1958) played a significant role in the 1920s and '30s, shaping not only modern America but also the nation's image of itself as innovator and leader into the future. Bel Geddes most famously expressed his dynamic vision of this American future -- streamlined, technocratic, and optimistic -- with his unforgettable Futurama exhibition at the 1939-40 New York World's Fair. Bringing together some 200 never-before-seen drawings, models, photographs and films of theater sets and costumes, housing projects and appliances, airplanes and automobiles, the exhibition underscores that Bel Geddes sought nothing less the transformation of American society through design.

Allegory and Illusion - Rubin Museum of Art
Through February 10, 2014 - New York

Allegory and Illusion: Early Portrait Photography from South Asia presents approximately 120 photographs and a selection of albums, glass plate negatives, cabinet cards, cartes-de-visites, and postcards illustrating the rich tradition of portrait photography in India, Burma, Sri Lanka, and Nepal from the mid-19th century to early 20th century.

Vasily Kandinsky: From Blaue Reiter to the Bauhaus, 1910-1925 - Neue Galerie
Through February 10, 2014 - New York

Vasily Kandinsky (1866-1944) was a transformational figure in the history of modern art. Alongside his development of a revolutionary abstract style, Kandinsky demonstrated an ambition to go beyond conventional easel painting. This exhibition charts how the artist's large paintings with musical and theatrical associations from the Blaue Reiter years developed into large-scale Bauhaus environments. The artist's 1922 Juryfreie murals will be re-created for the exhibition, enabling visitors to "walk inside" a Kandinsky painting.

Flip Side - Rubin Museum of Art
Through February 10, 2014 - New York

The texts and images on the back of Tibetan art objects reveal clues to their meaning, function, and historical context. For the first time ever both sides of a select group of scroll paintings (thangkas), sculptures, and initiation cards will be explored in detail. Chosen for the beauty, exceptional content, and complexity of their backs, these works of art dating from the 13th to the 19th century illuminate the many uses of the other side in Tibetan culture.

The Modern Poster in Germany - Neue Galerie
Through February 10, 2014 - New York

This exhibition traces the emergence of the poster as an art form in Germany in the early twentieth century. Over 30 posters from the late 19th and early 20th century, including work by Lucian Bernhard, Thomas Theodor Heine, Ludwig Hohlwein, Julius Klinger, Johann Thorn-Prikker, and Oskar Schlemmer, are on view. Most of the posters in the exhibition have never been displayed at the museum and are rare examples of this vibrant art form.

Kids Yoga Class (8-10 yr olds) - Salutations Yoga Studio
Through February 10, 2014 - Glenwood Landing

Children learn individual yoga poses, as well as alignment, pose sequencing and learn to link the breath with movement. Team-building partner poses, cooperative group poses, collaborative yoga games, calming breathing exercises, mindfulness techniques, creative guided imagery, and deep relaxation complete this class. Additional activities also include yoga-related arts and crafts, yoga journals, along with discussions on the how to stay calm, positive and compassionate. Advance registration is required. Please call, text or email to sign-up.

Gridiron Greats: Vintage Football Cards in the Collection of Jefferson R. Burdick - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through February 10, 2014 - New York

On the occasion of the 2014 Super Bowl - the first ever played in the New York area - the Metropolitan will display a selection of vintage football cards from the celebrated collection of Jefferson R. Burdick (1900-1963). In 1947, the Syracuse electrician began to donate his collection of approximately 303,000 trade and postcards to the Museum. The Burdick collection constitutes an integral part of the Museum's collection of ephemera and tells the history of popular printmaking in the United States. Shown for the first time in this exhibition, the football cards document the sport through media ranging from lithography to photography.

Meet the Museum - Brooklyn Museum
Through February 13, 2014 - Prospect Heights/Park Slope

Registration for the winter session of Meet the Museum opens on December 13 and meets on Thursdays from January 9 through February 13. A program for the Museum’s youngest visitors and those who care for them, Meet the Museum provides toddlers with opportunities to experiment with and explore art and culture through song, gallery activities, and art making. Adult companions work closely with their children and discover creative and fun ways to interact. Early registration is encouraged; classes fill up quickly.

Eight Strokes & the Moving Word - Chen Dance Center
Through February 13, 2014 - Chinatown

As part of its educational programming, Chen Dance Center presents Eight Strokes & the Moving Word, a one-hour performance with live narration, audience interaction, video, and excerpts of both traditional and contemporary dance performed by H.T. Chen & Dancers. The work takes its title from the eight basic strokes of calligraphy, an exquisite art that has been a source of inspiration over the years for choreographer H.T. Chen. Through the arts, the audiences also learn about China and its folklore.

The Image Gallery Redux: 1959-1962 - Howard Greenberg Gallery
Through February 15, 2014 - New York

In 1959, in a small storefront on East 10th Street in New York City, a photographer named Larry Siegel opened a gallery dedicated exclusively to photography. The Image Gallery, open until 1962, showed the work of leading photographers including Rudy Burckhardt, Sid Grossman, Saul Leiter, Duane Michals, and Garry Winogrand, becoming one of the models for exhibiting photography as an art form. This exhibition features the work of 21 photographers whose work was shown at that legendary gallery.

Andrea Tese: Inheritance - De Buck Gallery
Through February 15, 2014 - New York

Clothing, bottles, appliances - relatable objects that serve as the basic accessories of daily life - are schematically arranged to form a visual inventory of one man's possessions. The Inheritance project is a deeply personal one for Andrea Tese. The photographs document the artist's mourning process following the passing of her grandfather, rearranging the objects that filled his home into pictorial compositions to assert her own presence as an artist, while chronicling his life through a parading plethora of simple objects, ranging from those unique to the individual subject such as a collection of paperweights or newspaper clippings including those about Tese herself as a child, to pedestrian objects such as shoes or pots and pans.

Margaret Garrett- TUNING FIELDS - Birnam Wood Galleries
Through February 15, 2014 - New York

Contemporary painter Margaret Garrett's solo exhibition at Birnam Wood Galleries in Chelsea. Exhibition is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 11am-6pm, January 7th, 2014- February 15th, 2014. The opening reception will be held on January 9th, 2014 from 6pm-8pm.

Sacred Visions: Nineteenth-Century Biblical Art from the Dahesh Museum Collection - Museum of Biblical Art
Through February 16, 2014 - New York

Comprised of approximately 30 works of art, Sacred Visions: Nineteenth-Century Biblical Art from the Dahesh Museum Collection highlights how biblical subject matter was embraced within the academies of 19th-century Europe. Historically ranked at the top of the Academy's hierarchy of genres, biblical depictions of both Old and New Testament subjects enjoyed a resurgence in the 19th century. This renewed interest may be attributed to several factors, including the developing field of biblical archaeology and the advent of photography, which produced travel books of the Holy Land. During this century of political and religious upheaval, artists - and the larger societies of which they were a part - looked to the Bible to provide inspiration, often in the form of allegory, for contemporary circumstances.

Exhibition: Eye to I...3,000 Years of Portraits - Katonah Museum of Art
Through February 16, 2014 - Katonah

The curatorial staff of the Katonah Museum of Art is developing an exhibition of portraiture that will represent diverse cultures and span more than 3,000 years of history and art. "Eye to I...3,000 years of Portraits" is not intended as an encyclopedic account of portraiture; rather, it will use portraits to explore the myriad ways that individuals look at and understand imagery. Each of the 60 portraits on display will offer interpretive copy from a range of individuals - scholars, teachers, actors, doctors, politicians, art collectors, and community members - explicating the work from their personal perspective. Visitors will be invited to add their own responses as well. The conceptual framework for this show is based on the premise that in art, as in life, there is no single piece with a meaning that is objective, value-neutral, or accessible to all. The importance assigned to an art object corresponds to the viewers' perspectives, which vary according to language, culture, socialization, education, and other aspects of their personal histories. The portrait genre in particular presents multiple layers of interpretation and represents a broad sampling of eras, media, and artistic periods. The earliest works on display will be a carved Egyptian bust of Amenhotep III, dating from 1,500 BC, and a marble sculpture of a Roman priest (AD 125). From there, the exhibition moves forward to feature portraits from Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America to contemporary American artists who create portraits in astounding ways. The artists included are Diane Arbus, Chuck Close, John Singleton Copley, Gustave Courbet, Edward Curtis, Eric Fischl, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Duane Hanson, Oliver Herring, Byron Kim, Vik Muniz, Alice Neel, Shirin Neshat, Julian Opie, Pablo Picasso, Gordon Parks, Martin Schoeller, Cindy Sherman, Auguste Rodin, Edouard Vuillard, Andy Warhol, and Kehinde Wiley, among others. On view Oct. 27, 2013 through Feb. 16, 2014. Museum hours: Tuesdays through Saturdays: 10am-5pm; Sundays: 12-5pm. Closed Mondays.

Tony Feher - Bronx Museum of The Arts
Through February 16, 2014 - Bronx

A twenty-year survey dedicated to the American sculptor. The exhibition and the accompanying monograph represent the first attempt at a comprehensive, in-depth consideration of Feher's career. It seeks to reveal the richness, complexity, and impact of Feher's investigations through a careful selection of 60 key works that revolve around a very personal formal, material, and spatial vocabulary developed and refined over the past couple of decades.

Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera - Bronx Museum of The Arts
Through February 16, 2014 - Bronx

The Bronx is considered one of the most diverse communities in America, as well as the home of Hip Hop and Salsa. For the families who have called this borough a home, Orchard Beach remains a treasured respite from the sweltering confines of the concrete jungle. Lawrence's portraits of these summertime regulars celebrate the pride and dignity of those who frequent Orchard Beach.

Take Me To The Water: Immersion Baptism in Vintage Music and Photography 1890-1950 - Museum of Biblical Art
Through February 16, 2014 - New York

A video and audio installation which transports the viewer and listener into America's early twentieth-century, to the banks of rivers, lakes, and ponds where congregations gathered and sang as candidates holding hands in waist-deep water were submerged by a minister for baptism.

Women's Project Theater Presents 'Row After Row' - New York City Center Stage II
Through February 16, 2014 - New York

When two hard core Civil War re-enactors show up for their annual Gettysburg beer and find a pretty stranger at their table, old allegiances come into question. Straddling 1863 and today, ROW AFTER ROW is a dark comedy about choosing your cause and finding your courage.

Noise in the Waters - La MaMa E.T.C
Through February 16, 2014 - NY

"A memorable show that should absolutely not be missed....The black satirical tone to which Martinelli has long accustomed us is coloured by the Fratelli Mancuso's music of land and the faraway, and by Renda’s intensity, taut with a note of pain, of pietas, that move and wound. The show leaves us astonished, indignant and not only: it digs beneath indifference, carving out faces, stories and sufferings that continue to live within us for days." – Corriere della Sera-Bologna. Supported by Amnesty International and lionized by Italian critics, this dark, intense melologue (short work for voice and music) protests the indifference of Fortress Europe to the everyday tragedy of refugees from Africa, who have perished for years in the Strait of Sicily on fruitless sea voyages to escape massacres and starvation in their homelands. Teatro delle Albe is one of the most important theatre companies on the Italian and international scene. Its prizes include 14 Ubu Prizes (the "Oscars" of Italian theater), the award by Lo straniero dedicated to the memory of Carmelo Bene, the judges' prize at the International Fadjr Festival of Teheran, two "Golden Laurels" from the Mess International Festival in Sarajevo and the career achievement prize from the festival Journées Théâtrales de Carthage in Tunis.

Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through February 17, 2014 - New York

An immersive film installation projected onto nine double-sided screens arranged in a dynamic structure. Especially conceived for The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium, the installation choreographs visitors' movement through the space. The original inspiration for this recently acquired, 55-minute moving image installation was the Morecambe Bay tragedy of 2004, in which more than 20 Chinese cockle pickers drowned on a flooded sandbank off the coast in northwest England.

Small Delights: Chinese Snuff Bottles - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through February 17, 2014 - New York

Snuff, a mixture of finely ground tobacco leaves and aromatic herbs and spices, was introduced to China by European missionaries, envoys, and merchants in the second half of the seventeenth century. With its medicinal and stimulating effects, it soon caught on with officials and even the emperor at the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) court. The increasing use of snuff led to the making of snuff bottles, small containers with a corked stopper that were easily portable and airtight to preserve freshness and flavor.

TIDAL POOLS - Greenwich Art Society Gallery
Through February 19, 2014 - Greenwich

Smooth stones softened by the raging pacific ocean is the inspiration for the artists Half Moon Bay at Moss Beach collection. This beautiful location, south of San Francisco, is an exciting venue that reveals patterns and textures in the stones with swirling sea currents. January 5-February 19, 2014.

Winners - Showcase
Through February 20, 2014 - St. James

The Smithtown Township Arts Council is pleased to announce Winners Showcase 2014, an exhibition featuring the work of award-winning artists from STAC’s 2013-juried exhibitions. The public is invited to an opening reception Saturday, January 18, 2-4 pm to meet exhibiting artists and view their work. Regular Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 10 am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 12-4pm. Closed January 20 & February 17. Call 631-862-6575 for more information. Admission to the gallery is free. Stony Brook artist Judy Contrino is a self-taught artist who has been drawing and crafting all of her life. She paints with both acrylic and watercolor and enjoys using vibrant colors and contrast. She creates portraits in pencil and charcoal. Judith hopes her paintings move people and make them smile. Massachusetts Artist Alice Denison focuses on flowers in her art. “The flowers that interest me most are the ones on wallpaper, fabric, and paintings — the decorative ones, the ones that make no claim to meaning. The ones we walk on, sit on, eat on, sleep on, and wear…the backdrop flowers. Because these decorative flowers almost always remind me of something, some time, or someone, they have meaning. Because the meaning is associative, it is mysterious, and its mystery makes it more interesting still. It is this glimmering to life of an inert form that sparks my work.” Commack artist Lisa Fernandez has been a teacher and art educator on Long Island for 25 years. Working in oils, Lisa’s large-scale still life paintings use of bold colors and strong contrast. Lisa’s close attention to detail and composition skills allow her to create strikingly beautiful images. Amal is a fine artist and illustrator from Port Jefferson who delights in having brushes in her hands and bringing stories to life. Her illustrations sit somewhere between fantasy and realism and the theater has been an inspiration for many of her pieces. Amal has provided numerous illustrations to children's book publishers and editorial publications. She also teaches illustration and drawing. Port Jefferson artist Michael Kutzing is a self-taught painter who worked in the construction industry for 37 years. Over the years, he collected maritime paintings and was inspired to attempt painting himself. He was encouraged by those who saw his work to continue painting. Thirty paintings and several shows later he continues to grow as an artist. Setauket artist Elizabeth Louise sketched her drawings live during rehearsals at Theatre Three in Port Jefferson. “Capturing the character of actors on stage is a challenge. I do not have the luxury of having them pose for me during rehearsals. My degree from Maryland Institute College of Art gave me the training and confidence to combine, decades later, my sketching skills with my first love in the arts…theatre.” In the words of Brooklyn artist, printmaker, and bookmaker PD Packard, “There is an absolute law of harmony, accessible to all, which is an endless source of inspiration and knowledge that I rely upon when creating and executing my artwork.” A storyteller through her prints, watercolors and hand-bound books, PD Packard’s work is truly unique and thought provoking. Centereach artist Courtney Surmanek is a current bachelor of Fine Arts candidate at New York University, completing her final year. Courtney, who works in several different mediums including video, performance and material art, looks at art as a means toward community development and social change. She is excited to help young people develop the skills necessary to expand their scope of what art can do for the world Mount Sinai artist Burton Woods’ realistic paintings are inspired by places that are slowly changing or disappearing: quiet, flower-bordered lanes, brick walks, weathered wooden buildings and boats, sandy beaches and wind-swept marshes. Mr. Woods captures the essence of Long Island in his pastels and oils, sketching on site and completing his work in his home studio. STAC, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is supported by Town of Smithtown and funded in part by Suffolk County and Suffolk County Legislator John M. Kennedy, Jr.

American Jewelry Design Council Celebrates 25 years of Design - Forbes Galleries
Through February 22, 2014 - New York

The American Jewelry Design Council (AJDC) showcases 25 years of outstanding jewelry design at the prestigious Forbes Galleries in New York. The exhibition, “Variations on a Theme: 25 Years of Design from the AJDC”, is open to the public and will dazzle museum visitors with one-or-a-kind works from over 40 AJDC members through February 22nd, 2014. On view at the Forbes gallery will be a selection of works from various annual AJDC Design Projects from the very first theme, in 1996 to the most recent, in 2013. Annually, the council asks each of its members to create a design project, interpreting a single concept or theme; the final product is a collection of unique jewelry pieces joined by a solitary concept. Past themes include simple conceptual elements such as “Water”, “Spiral”, “Ice”, and “Flight” imagined into breathtaking masterpieces made of precious metals, gemstones and unexpected materials

28 Great Artists at Work: Portraits of the American Praemium Imperiale Laureates - The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Through February 22, 2014 - New York

The Japan Art Association celebrates 25 years of its Praemium Imperiale international arts award with a photo exhibition honoring the 28 winners who have lived or worked in the United States. The show features photographs of Leonard Bernstein, Arthur Miller, Merce Cunningham, Richard Serra and 24 other world-renowned cultural figures at work in their studios.

Casting call: Ridgefield BandJam 2014 - Ridgefield Playhouse
Through February 22, 2014 - Ridgefield

Casting call for middle and high school rockers who have a chance to win Ridgefield BandJam 2014. RidgefieldBandJam.com has all the details on how to enter this year's American-Idol style competition before the entry deadline on Saturday, February 22. Live tryouts for the 16 semi-finalist bands will be on Monday, March 10, for middle school bands, and on Tuesday, March 11, for high school bands at The Ridgefield Playhouse. Finalists in both categories will compete for the coveted titles on Sunday, April 27.

Josephsohn - Hauser & Wirth
Through February 22, 2014 - New York

The gallery's first New York exhibition devoted to the late sculptor Hans Josephsohn (1920-2012). For over six decades, the German-born Swiss artist devoted his practice to the enduring theme of the human figure, which he explored in standing, sitting, and reclining figures, as well as half-figures, heads, torsos, and reliefs. Josephsohn's highly personal artistic language - the distinctive weight, mass, and force he achieved through a bold, immediate, and highly physical way of working - conveys deep understanding of both classical sculpture and Modernist principles. From slim abstracted forms reminiscent of ancient steles, to rough-hewn figures cast in bronze and left unpainted, the artist's output reveals a continuous search to reinvent and express the fundamental humanity of the individual and to summon the presence of a person.

Alex Prager - Face in the Crowd - Lehmann Maupin
Through February 22, 2014 - New York

This two-part exhibition will feature large-scale photographs of elaborately staged crowd scenes at 201 Chrystie Street and an immersive three-channel video installation at 540 West 26th Street. The exhibition is Prager's debut show with Lehmann Maupin since joining the gallery in September 2013.

Winter 2014 Reading Olympics - Wilton Library
Through February 22, 2014 - Wilton

You don't need to put on ice skates and ear muffs to join Wilton Library's Olympic Games. In celebration of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia, the library challenges young readers to finish two books within three weeks, or three books, or even five books. There will be an Awards Ceremony on February 22. Read a lot, visit often, and fill in your reading log. For independent readers.

Harry Bertschmann: Abstract Dynamics - Studio Vendome
Through February 22, 2014 - New York

Studio Vendome begins the New Year with a compelling exhibition, “Harry Bertschmann: Abstract Dynamics.” Both Studio Vendome and Studio Vendome Projects will feature Bertschmann from January 14 through February 22, 2014. Studio Vendome, at 330 Spring Street, will present a six-decade survey composed of eleven large paintings on canvas plus sixteen works on paper in mixed media. Studio Vendome Projects, at 30 Grand Street, will focus on Bertschmann’s twenty-two smaller abstract works from his Haiku series. Harry Bertschmann was born in Basel, Switzerland, in 1931 but has lived and worked most of his life in New York City. From 1947 to 1951, he studied at the Basel School of Design (Kunstgewerbeschule), an institution noted for its innovative use of fonts and colors in dynamic compositions. Bertschmann studied under Armin Hofmann, famous for having developed the Swiss Style in the graphic arts, and later apprenticed at the atelier of Fritz Bühler, the foremost innovator in conceptual graphic design. In 1951 Bertschmann landed a job in Cleveland as a graphic designer and dedicated all of his spare time to developing his own abstract-expressionist style. Success came early with a first prize at the Cleveland Museum of Art for one of his oil paintings. And in 1958 he was accepted to exhibit at the Carnegie International, the prestigious international contemporary art survey exhibition in Pittsburgh. At only twenty-seven, Bertschmann was likely the youngest exhibitor, and one of his large canvases hung beside works by the first generation of the New York School who were at that time in their prime, such as Franz Kline (1910–1962,) Barnett Newman (1905–1970,) Mark Rothko (1903–1970) and Robert Motherwell (1915–1991.) Bertschmann’s momentum was impeded soon after the Carnegie International when the US army drafted him, but he still found a way to paint. When he returned to the States, he settled in Greenwich Village. There, he and his wife, Mary, started the Bank Street Press, an independent publisher of poetry and children’s books. His wife served as editor and Bertschmann as designer. Still, painting remained his primary interest. One of the strong groups of his paintings from this period is called The Bank Street Paintings. However, because Bertschmann never actively sought gallery representation, few critical eyes became aware of his work. It was not until 1986, when on a serendipitous studio visit, Henry Geldzahler, the former curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, expressed great admiration for his work, that Bertschmann received the attention he deserved. In 1997 Swiss colleagues arranged for a Bertschmann retrospective at the Gewerbeverband Basel-Stadt. The exhibition’s 140 works featured a wide range that illuminated the brilliance of Bertschmann’s double lives. His design life, that which supported him, produced numerous graphic designs of commercial logos and packaging, many of which have become iconic in our culture, such as those for Kent & Newport cigarettes, Pantene, Binaca, Nestlé and Bufferin. At the other end of the spectrum, his artistic life pushed the boundaries of abstract expressionism. Now, for the first time, Bertschmann has agreed to a retrospective in New York at Studio Vendome in Hudson Square, West of SoHo. An opening reception will be held at 330 Spring Street on Wednesday, January 15th from 6pm to 9 pm. For the event art historian and critic Robert C. Morgan, who has written a critical essay on Bertschmann, will engage the artist in a conversation beginning at 7pm. The galleries of Studio Vendome uniquely showcase the works of late-career artists and artist’s estate collections that deserve greater critical recognition. Peter Hastings Falk, the noted art historian and art reference publisher, is curator of these rediscovered artists’ exhibitions, which are part of the unprecedented “Rediscovered Masters” series. An Art Advisory Board composed of distinguished museum directors, curators, historians, and critics elect artists.

The Armory Show at 100 - Modern Art and Revolution - New-York Historical Society
Through February 23, 2014 - New York

Works by Duchamp, Matisse, Picasso, Cezanne, Gauguin, and Van Gogh will be on display in The Armory Show at 100: Modern Art and Revolution, which revisits the famous 1913 New York Armory Show on its 100th anniversary. In 1913, the International Exhibition of Modern A

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