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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on September 5


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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, September 5, 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 September 5. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Shabbat for Tots - Union Temple
Through December 28, 2012 - Brooklyn

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

Amateur Night at the Apollo: Top Dog! - Apollo Theater
September 05, 2012 - Harlem

Tonight's show is part of Amateur Night at the Apollo's salute to Harlem Week 2012. A special music guest will perform as we conclude this month-long celebration of community. Winners from the beginning of the season square-off at the Top Dog competition. Tonight, which one of our contestants will move one step closer to the winning title of Super Top Dog and the cash prize of $10,000! Aspiring musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, rappers and spoken word artists try their best to please the audiences that can make them an Apollo legend. Then get ready to cheer or jeer as you decide who stays and who gets booted off stage. At Amateur Night, you tell the performers to be good or be gone! Amateur Night at the Apollo is hosted by the comedian Capone. Each show begins with a festive pre-party featuring video and music by DJ Jess. And keep a lookout for master impressionist C.P. Lacey, the resident Executioner who sweeps bad talent off the stage.

Hope Bereavement Support Group - Oceanside Jewish Center
September 05, 2012 - Oceanside

Experience the freedom to express your feelings and learn coping skills under the guidance of a professional facilitator. The group meets the first Wednesday of every month. All are welcome. For further information call 516-849-2524.

Infant Nutrition - Nyack Hospital
September 05, 2012 - Nyack

Topics covered in this class include breastfeeding, bottle feeding, formula, introducing solids, and nutrition during the first year of life. Pre-registration is required.

Preschool Story Time - Brooklyn Public Library, Flatlands branch
September 05, 2012 - Marine Park

Toddlers and pre-k children hear stories.

Wii Gaming for Teens - Brooklyn Public Library, Kings Bay branch
September 05, 2012 - Homecrest

Teens work their brain muscles with some Wii games.

CRITTERS, CRAFTS, AND KIDS - Greenburgh Nature Center
September 05, 2012 - Scarsdale

Enjoy wonderful fall days at the Nature Center with walks, live animals, and stories. Dress for outdoor activities. For children ages 18 mos.-5 years with a parent/caregiver.

'50 Things I Love About Frank' - Theater for the New City
Through September 05, 2012 - New York

"50 Things I Love About Frank," written by Gaspare DiBlasi; directed by Jesse Marchese. World Premiere. Community Theater Saturday, September 1 at 2:00 PM; Sunday, September 2 at 2:00 PM; Monday, September 3 at 6:30 PM; Tuesday, September 4 at 6:30 PM; Wednesday, September 5 at 6:30 PM. Running Time: 120 minutes | Tickets: $15 Frank Stampoli can't catch a break. Between business class, dance callbacks and coming out, freshman year is tough. When he tells his family he has a boyfriend, his mother blames it on the fact that he hasn't found the right Italian girl. His father doesn't know what to say. And then there's Anthony...and those 50 things he loves about Frank. In the great tradition of Patti LuPone and Neil Simon comes an Italian-American, Brooklyn born-and-bred story about family, friendship, first boyfriends and pasta sauce. Gaspare DiBlasi is a 21-year-old actor and playwright residing in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from Fiorello LaGuardia High School, The Fame School, he attended Marymount Manhattan College for Theater. DiBlasi was last seen playing Vito in the School House Theaters production of "The Time of The Cuckoo." Other credits include The National Tour of "A Chorus Line" playing Paul and Off-Broadway's "Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding" covering Joey Vitale and Johnny Nunzio. "50 Things I love About Frank" is DiBlasi's first full-length play and it is inspired by his Italian American family. Jesse Marchese is the Assistant to the Artistic Director of Off-Broadway's award-winning Mint Theater Company, where he recently assisted Richard Corley in directing "Rutherford and Son" by Githa Sowerby. He last directed "Ghosts of Provincetown: two one-act plays" by Moses Mogilee at New World Stages. He assisted Adam Blanshay in directing "The Apartment" for the New York International Fringe Festival, where he also played the role of company manager for RadioTheatreNYC's production of "The Mole People" in 2008. Marchese is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College, where he directed both "Falsettoland" and "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." Through the college, he was also able to assist Barbara Siman, Charles Repole and Patricia Birch on numerous workshops at the York Theatre.

MusicClasses4Kids Trial Class - Germonds Presbyterian Church
September 05, 2012 - New City

MusicClasses4Kids invites parents/caregivers and their newborn through kindergarten aged children to a trial class of their Fall 2012 “Musical Harvest” song collection. For more information or to register, call 845-353-PLAY(7529) or visit online at

SAGA - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
September 05, 2012 - New York

One of Canada's most successful progressive rock bands, Saga has built up a loyal audience for its sophisticated music. Originally known as The Pockets, the quintet formed in 1977 from the nucleus of popular Canadian rock band Fludd. In June 1978, the band released its self-titled debut album. A modest success in Canada, it would eventually sell over 30,000 copies in Germany as an import. The band's 1979 follow-up Images at Twilight spawned the group's first hit in Canada with the lead single "It's Time," peaking at No. 84 in the Canadian Charts. Saga's subsequent string of releases throughout the first half of the '80s enjoyed critical acclaim, and the single "On the Loose" from Worlds Apart (1981) saw the band break through into the American music scene. Subsequent American hits included "Wind Him Up" and "The Flyer."

Picture Book Time - South Ozone Park Library
September 05, 2012 - South Ozone Park

Children ages 5 under and their caregivers can enjoy a morning of stories, songs, and simple crafts.

Game Day - Howard Beach Library
September 05, 2012 - Howard Beach

Teens and tweens can enjoy some friendly competition playing Nintendo Wii, checkers, chess and other board games.

Pajamarama: 'Raccoons and Ripe Corn and More' by Jim Arnosky - White Plains Public Library
September 05, 2012 - White Plains

Kids ages 2-5 can wear their pajamas and bring a stuffed animal friend for stories, songs, activities, and a bedtime snack. Tickets distributed 30 minutes in advance.

Creative Dance Open Houses - Community Room at Westbeth Center for the Arts
September 05, 2012 - West Village

Rachael Kosch teaches creative dance classes with live music by Michael Kosch at Westbeth Center for the Arts. Join the celebration on Sept. 5 and Sept. 10 as children's dance expert Rachael Kosch kicks off her brand new classes in the West Village. At 3:45pm children ages 3-5 will take a free half hour class and at 4:15pm children ages 6-9 will have their turn as parents observe. Refreshments will be served while you talk with Rachael and Michael Kosch. This will be a modern/ballet based class with live music by classical composer Michael Kosch. The basics of classical ballet, musicality, the ideas of Modern Dance pioneer Martha Graham, and movement derived from the imagination of the students are the main ingredients of this fun yet disciplined class. Ongoing classes will continue at the same time throughout the season. To reserve your space and for any questions call 212-566-3097 or email

Basic Computer Training Classes - Woodside Library
September 05, 2012 - Woodside

Children and their caregivers can learn the basics of how to use a computer.

Toddler Time - Peninsula Library
September 05, 2012 - Rockaway Beach

This program, for young children ages 2-3 1/2 encourages literacy development. Children should be accompained by their caregiver.

Toddler Storytime - Seaside Library
September 05, 2012 - Rockaway Park

Young children can enjoy listening to great stories and will also get to make a craft project to take home during this event.

Books for Babies - Wilton Library
September 05, 2012 - Wilton

This program offers songs, play, and gentle stories geared for babies under 12 months old. No registration necessary.

Wonderful Ones and Twos with Caregivers - Wilton Library
September 05, 2012 - Wilton

This program is a sharing time for 1 and 2 year olds and their caregivers. The emphasis is on books, with some songs and toy times. No registration necessary.

Lego Club for Littles - Wilton Library
September 05, 2012 - Wilton

Kids in grades K-2 learn about the theme through stories and non-fiction books and then create a Lego masterpiece from the library's Lego collection. Twenty tickets will be passed out at the Children's reference desk starting at 3:45pm.

Arts and Crafts - Brooklyn Public Library, Sheepshead Bay branch
September 05, 2012 - Sheepshead Bay

Kids create their own unique artworks.

Children's Self Esteem Group - Hofstra University
September 05, 2012 - Hempstead

This is a weekly psycho-educational group that focuses on building self-esteem and confidence in children.

Il Volo - NYCB Theatre at Westbury
September 05, 2012 - Westbury

These three pop-opera Italian singers will wow audiences with their smooth and mellow sounds. Tweens and teens especially will rave over this award-winning teenage group.

Stitches from the Heart - Lynbrook Public Library
September 05, 2012 - Lynbrook

Yarn and fabric crafters are invited to take part in Stitches from the Heart. Spend a pleasant evening knitting, crocheting, or quilting hats, lap robes, blankets, and other items for newborns, children in need, and veterans in VA hospitals. If you can't knit, crochet or quilt, donations of yarn and fabric will be accepted. Knitters, crochet crafters, and quilters of all skill levels welcome. Bring a project with you or embark on something new. Patterns will be provided. Students can earn Community Service credits.

Grande Festa Italiana - North Hempstead Beach Park
September 05, 2012 - Port Washington

The largest and oldest Italian feast on Long Island is a great way to end summer with a bang. The feast has something for everyone. Enjoy a wide variety of delicious ethnic foods featuring the Sons of Italy's famous food tent with homemade dishes. There are food demonstrations, rides, prizes, fireworks, music. A large part of the proceeds help support a variety of charities and scholarships. $3 parking fee per car and a fee for rides.

Free Demo Class - Grace Congregational Church
September 05, 2012 - Harlem

Join the fun of music making with your baby, toddler, or preschooler. Adults, regardless of their musical ability, can help create an environment that supports children in achieving basic music competence. Children of mixed ages participate at their own level by singing, moving, chanting, listening, and exploring musical instruments. Parents and caregivers participate with the children and receive music development information about their own child. Together, music allows for fun and family bonding.

Fall 2012 Free Week - Kidberry
September 05, 2012 - Harlem

Kidberry hosts a week of fun, free classes so families can see the space, meet the teachers, and check out the activities. There are different classes for different age groups offered throughout the day; call for class schedule.

50 Things I Love About Frank - Theater for the New City
Through September 05, 2012 - New York

In the great tradition of Patti LuPone and Neil Simon comes an Italian-American, Brooklyn born-and-bred story about family, friendship, first boyfriends and pasta sauce. Sept 1 at 2 PM, Sept 2 at 2 PM, Sept 3 at 6:30 PM, Sept 4 at 6:30 PM, Sept 5 at 6:30 PM

Lecture: Cobra: A Revolutionary European Avant-Garde Movement - Guggenheim Museum
September 05, 2012 - Manhattan

Dutch art historian Willemijn Stokvis discusses the radical postwar Cobra movement, which was part of the international tendency toward un art autre (art of another kind). Inspired by the art of so-called primitives, children, and the mentally ill, the group, which included Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, and Asger Jorn, fostered idealistic, Marxist-inspired plans for a new folk art. Following the lecture, guests are invited to enjoy a reception and exhibition viewing of Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949-1960.

Open House: Learn About Secular Humanistic Judaism - City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism
September 05, 2012 - Upper West Side

Get an overview of the congregation's philosophy, programs, and educational offerings for children and adults. Meet Rabbi Peter Schweitzer. Learn about the innovative Bar/Bat Mitzvah program, Sunday KidSchool and PreSchool, and Jewish cultural holiday and Shabbat celebrations.

Infant Massage - Prenatal Yoga Center
September 05, 2012 - Upper West Side

Sing and bond with your baby. Music and massage complement each other to stimulate your baby's brain and relax their muscles and organs. Best for newborns-6 months.

Mommy & Me Music Class - Hippo Playground Parkhouse
September 05, 2012 - Morningside Heights

Teacher Loretta Daley is a musical theater professional with more than 15 years experience teaching babies and young children in numerous Upper West Side programs. ?Loretta's classes for 1-2 year-olds include circle time filled with rhythmic games using a variety of instruments, animated story telling, puppetry and other engaging, musical activities.

Seth Lutnick: Sinatra and The Rabbi - Don't Tell Mama
September 05, 2012 - New York

Frank Sinatra and The Broadway Rabbi Seth Lutnick is an unusual mix. On the one hand, he is an Orthodox rabbi. On the other, he does musical theater. Hence, his stage persona is The Broadway Rabbi. Lutnick will be visiting from Israel, where he directs Israel Musicals, an English language musical theater company, for a performance of his new show, Frankly Sinatra. Frank Sinatra was a bullied, somewhat awkward kid from Hoboken, NJ, an unlikely star. And yet, he became the biggest there was! He had The World on a String, and he found his way into the hearts of, well, everybody. How did he get there? What were his wrong turns, and his right ones? And what about Sinatra, Israel and the Jews? Accompanied by pianist Dan Feyer, this is not an impersonation of Frank Sinatra, but a journey through his life and songs, with Rabbinical commentary. Wednesday, September 5th, 7PM at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th St, New York City. There is an $18 cover charge, and a two drink minimum. Reservations can be made online at: or call 212-757-0788 after 4:00 PM, daily.

Open House - I. L. Peretz Hebrew School
September 05, 2012 - East Meadow

Through their dynamic faculty and innovative curriculum, this school builds Jewish identity as it actively engages children in a meaningful, child-centered Jewish education that culminates in Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Conveniently located, the school features family-friendly celebrations of all major Jewish holidays and affordable tuition. Classes are offered for pre-schoolers through teens.

Reading & Writing Free Trial - JEI Learning Center
September 05, 2012 - Bellmore

JEI Reading and Writing is a literature-based enrichment program for 1st Grade through 9th Grade. The creative, stimulating program cultivates the skills and love for the written language. Improves standardized test scores, expands vocabulary, and develops key comprehension strategies. Free trial one time per student on Wednesdays in September. Call to register 516-224-3177.

Join DJ Miss Guy as Demi Monde & Dropout present an Exclusive Burlesque performance by September Playboy Cover Girl Katrina Darling - Demi Monde
September 05, 2012 - New York

Join DJ Miss Guy as Demi Monde & Dropout present an Exclusive Burlesque performance by September Playboy Cover Girl Katrina Darling Wednesday, September 5th 10 PM We cordially invite you to lose your inhibitions at the subterranean cocktail lounge set away from the outside world, a place where the possibilities of the night are never set in stone. Sensual Katrina Darling celebrates her relation to the royal crown and stripping down for a special private performance for those who are lucky enough to attend. Kicking the night off at 7:00pm for our Pre-FashionNightOut Party with seductive Elle Macpherson Intimates modeled throughout while sipping on Perrier Jouet! Then at 10 PM hit the after party with risqué royalty, Katrina Darling, for a party to celebrate her cover of Playboy with an exclusive NYC EXCLUSIVE LIVE BURLESQUE SHOW! Special Guest Lady Circus DJ Miss Guy & Prince Terrence Hosted By: Lyle Derek/ Kimyon Huggins/ Arido/ Patrick Duffy/ Michelle Tillou And NY fashion brands: Any Old Iron Armour Beauty Demi Monde 90 Broad Street (Enter @ Stone) New York, NY 10004 Reservations & Bottle Service: or (212) 248 -7220

September 05, 2012 - NY

Ever effervescent, frequently a rascal, and always emotional, blues harp master Felix Cabrera cuts through the din as a consummate musician and performer tirelessly engaging his audiences and fans. Cabrera was recently Inducted into the New York City Blues Hall of Fame as a part of its first award ceremony. He has been recording since the '70s with The Felix Cabrera Band, The Black Italians, and The A Train Blues Band, frequently teaming up with Jimmy Vivino (of Conan O'Brien Show fame) and other top notch musicians.

Women's Yoga - Full Circle Family Care
Through September 06, 2012 - White Plains

A light-hearted class open to women of all ages and interests, suitable for beginners. Stretch, strengthen, manage weight or just relax. Yoga balls and props are used to build balance and core strength. Mats provided. Tuesdays 7:30-8:45pm.

Mommy & Me Yoga - Full Circle Family Care
Through September 06, 2012 - White Plains

Strengthen your body, center yourself, and re-energize with a fun workout with your baby. Babies will fuss, fidget and cry and it's all fine. Babies should be 6 weeks old and not yet crawling. Bring a baby blanket, mats provided. Drop in any day, no registration required. Sundays 11am; Tuesdays 10:30am; Thursdays 11:30am.

Northern Discomfort - Broadway Comedy Club
Through September 06, 2012 - New York

Northern Discomfort brings you 3 AMAZING A-List Comedy shows! Get 50% OFF tickets by typing in "FACEBOOK" at: Wednesday 9/5 (7pm) at Broadway Comedy Club Josh Carter (Collegehumor) hosts: --RACHEL FEINSTEIN (Last Comic Standing) --MYQ KAPLAN (Letterman, Leno) --MARK NORMAND (John Oliver) --WALI COLLINS (White House, HBO) Thursday 9/6 (7pm) at Broadway Comedy Club Josh Carter hosts: --CHRISTIAN FINNEGAN (Chappelle's Show, Conan) --MYQ KAPLAN --RACHEL FEINSTEIN --MARK NORMAND Saturday 9/8 (7pm) at Eastville Comedy Club Josh Carter hosts: --JARED LOGAN (InDecision 2012, Live at Gotham) --LYNNE KOPLITZ (Comedy Central Presents) --MADDOG MATTERN (Howard Stern Radio, Sirius XM) --MARK NORMAND

LUSH's Sh*tty Drawings at Klughaus Gallery (NY) - Klughaus Gallery
Through September 07, 2012 - New York

LUSH Shitty Drawings in New York City Curated by Michael Hunt More info: Opening Reception: Saturday, August 25 from 6-10pm Location: 47 Monroe Street New York, NY 10002 RSVP: The Australian so-called "graffiti artist" LUSH is having his debut New York solo exhibition at Klughaus Gallery on Saturday, August 25, 2012. Following successful shows in Australia and London, LUSH is going to be bringing his "Shitty Art" to the Big Apple! Love him or hate him, be sure to swing by to show your support (or disapproval.) For his upcoming show, LUSH will be showcasing a bunch of witty illustrations that mainly "take the piss out" of his graffiti roots. There will be limited copies of a new zine by LUSH released at the opening. As always, I'm sure the show will be full of surprises! Be sure to check out the Klughaus Tumblr and Instagram accounts for daily previews counting down to the opening of the show! The show will run from Aug. 25 through Sept. 7, 2012

Fertility Yoga - Full Circle Family Care
Through September 08, 2012 - White Plains

Fertility Yoga aids women who are open to conception. This restorative yoga class increases pelvic circulation and guides you into deep relaxation. It is safe to attend during IVF treatment. The class has been a great support to many women who have conceived after long fertility journeys. Thursdays 7:30-8:45pm.

Voca People - New World Stages
Through September 08, 2012 - Midtown West

Performed by eight snow-white, ruby-lipped aliens with perfect harmony, there are no musical instruments, only vocals in this show. Featuring over 70 well known songs that create vocal "fireworks" and will encourage audiences to clap, participate, and sing along.

New Practices New York 2012 - Center for Architecture
Through September 08, 2012 -

New Practices New York, a biennial competition since 2006, serves as the preeminent platform in New York City to recognize and promote new and innovative architecture and design firms. The juried portfolio competition is sponsored by the New Practices Committee of the AIA New York Chapter and honors firms that have utilized unique and innovative strategies, both for the projects they undertake and for the practices they have established. Seven promising and pioneering new architecture and design firms working in New York were chosen as the New Practices New York 2012 competition winners. To qualify for the competition, practices had to be founded since 2006 and be located within the five boroughs of New York City. This is the second year that the New Practices New York competition has been open to multidisciplinary firms, widening the field of entrants to designers and young professionals in the process of becoming licensed architects. The distinguished panel of jurors selected the competition's winners from fifty-one entries. The New Practices New York 2012 competition winners are: ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS; Christian Wassmann; formlessfinder; HOLLER architecture; The Living; MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY; and SLO Architecture.

Alex Van Gelder - Cheim & Read
Through September 08, 2012 - New York

Bianca Casady - Cheim & Read
Through September 08, 2012 - New York

'Stinkykids The Musical' - Riverside Theatre
Through September 08, 2012 - Morningside Heights

StinkyKid Britt never gets in trouble and loves making everyone happy. She's convinced her parents to take her friends to the opening of the new MegaJumper 3000. But when Britt gets a massive wad of gum stuck in her hair, she must rely on her friends to help her get out of the sticky situation before her parents find out and cancel the trip.

Wendy by HWKN - MoMA PS1
Through September 08, 2012 - Long Island City

Taking up residence in MoMA PS1's two courtyards is a visitor named Wendy. Lest your kids envision a reincarnation of the Peter Pan character, let them know that this Wendy is someone/something even more kidtastic: an enormous, mega-pointy 3-D star made of blue fabric that's supported by an equally large scaffolding. Wendy is climbable, and, the coating of the material the sculpture is made of works to bind and eliminate CO2 from the air.

2012 US Open Tennis Championships - USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Through September 09, 2012 - Flushing

We can think of one good reason to look forward to the end of the summer, especially if you're a big-time tennis fan: the 2012 US Open Tennis Championships. The first rounds began on the 27th with the women's and men's finals on Sept. 8th & 9th, respectively.

Gilded Age Magic - Hudson River Museum
Through September 09, 2012 - Yonkers

Modern stage magic has its roots in the Gilded Age showmanship of Harry Keller (1849-1922), who performed around the world but made Yonkers his home between tours. With his theatrical spectacles, Keller founded a "Royal Dynasty" of American magicians including Harry Houdini (1874-1926), a friend and colleague of Keller's later years, and Howard Thurston (1869-1936), with whom Keller toured at the end of his career. These modern magicians cultivated a debonair stage persona that set them apart from earlier traveling sideshow artists, who dressed and posed as traditional Chinese conjurers. Despite the supernatural imagery on their posters, these magicians were not occultists but entertainers. Part of their audience appeal was the mystery of how their illusions were accomplished, not any claims to supernatural powers. The exhibition will feature vintage theatrical posters, costumes, and magic ephemera from little-seen private collections, as well as planned performances in the galleries by local magician Benjamin Levy and others. Through September 9.

Naked before the Camera - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through September 09, 2012 -

Since the beginning of art and in every medium, depicting the human body has been among the artist's greatest challenges and supreme achievements, as can so easily be seen by Museum visitors walking through the galleries of Greek and Roman statuary, African and Oceanic art, Old Master paintings, or Indian sculpture. Tapping veins of mythology, carnal desire, hero worship, and aesthetic pleasure, depictions of the nude have also triggered impassioned discussions of sin and sexuality, cultural identity, and canons of beauty. Controversies are often aroused even more intensely when the artist's chosen medium is photography, with its accuracy and specificity -- when a real person stood naked before the camera -- rather than traditional media where more generalized and idealized forms prevail. In the medium's early days -- particularly in France, where Victorian notions of propriety held less sway than in England and America, and where life drawing was a central part of artistic training -- photographs proved to be a cheap and easy substitute for the live model. While serving painters and sculptors, many nineteenth-century photographic nudes were also intended as works of art in their own right. Still others bore the title "artist's study" merely to evade government censors and legitimize images that were, in fact, more likely intended to stir a gentleman's loins than to enhance his aesthetic endeavors. Outside the realms of art and erotica, photographic nudes were made to aid the study of anatomy, movement, forensics, and ethnography. In twentieth-century art, the body became a vehicle for surreal and modernist manipulation and for intimate odes to beauty or poems to a muse. Beginning with the sexual revolution of the 1960s, nudity and its representation took on new meanings -- as declarations of freedom from societal strictures, as assertions of individual identity, as explorations of sexuality and gender roles, and as responses to AIDS. Naked before the Camera surveys the history of this subject and examines some of the motivations and meanings that underlie its expression.

Blue Man Group – Making Waves - Stepping Stones Museum
Through September 09, 2012 - Norwalk

This exhibit is a playful, multisensory exploration of sound and interactive entertainment for the whole family. Utilizing extraordinary speaker technology, the exhibit features the dynamic Blue Man Group as a guide to the science of sound. On view May 19-September 9, 2012.

Avenue ZOO - Bronx Zoo
Through September 09, 2012 - Bronx

Running each weekend during Animal Tales Extravaganza and beyond, Avenue ZOO - featuring a guest appearance by Kate Monster, the beloved puppet star of the Tony Award-winning musical "AVENUE Q" - will take place on the zoo's Asia Plaza Stage. Avenue ZOO highlights the importance of wildlife conservation in a fun, entertaining way. It is a musical tale in which Kate Monster meets exotic animals and discovers that though they may seem strange and different, they are not so scary after all. Avenue ZOO performances will be at 12:30pm and 2:30pm each weekend day through Sunday, Sept. 9. Highlights of this season's main stage entertainment include: Marvel's Avengers: Heroes Saving the Earth featuring Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and HULK; Nickelodeon's Dora and Diego: We Did It!; Sportacus from Sprout's Lazytown; Disney's Choo-Choo Soul with Genevieve; Ferdinand the Bull; Barney Sing-Along; Super Sprowtz; and Spider-Man.

Charles Long: Pet Sounds - Madison Square Park
Through September 09, 2012 - Flatiron District

Come play outdoors in Madison Square Park and experience contemporary art all at the same time. Charles Long's "Pet Sounds" (2012) invites kids and visitors of all ages to explore its maze-like structure of vibrantly colored pipe rails and enjoy huge amorphous blobs that become interactive when touched. Come see, touch, play, and find out what exciting sounds this creature of a sculpture has to offer.

Museum as Hub: Carlos Motta: We Who Feel Differently - New Museum
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

"Museum as Hub: Carlos Motta: We Who Feel Differently" is a multipart project that explores the idea of sexual and gender "difference" after four decades of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, Queer, and Questioning politics. Through an exhibition, series of events, and an opening symposium, the project seeks to invigorate discussion around a queer "We" that looks beyond tolerance or assimilation toward a concept of equality that provides for greater personal freedom. The project draws from Motta's evolving database documentary, which proposes "difference" as a profound mode of possibility for both solidarity and self-determination.

A-Maze-Ing Water - New York Aquarium
Through September 09, 2012 - Coney Island

This interactive exhibit, which opens as part of World Ocean's Day on June 8, runs through the summer and seeks to educate visitors toward becoming caring, informed stewards of our local and global waterways and the wildlife that depends on them. The program features Water's Extreme Journey, where visitors travel through a 1,500-square-foot maze, learning about the environmental threats that plague our waterways along their way to an ocean-themed destination. Water's Extreme Journey interactive maze is located under the pavilion tent at the aquarium. Children will be engaged with a range of interactive experiences as they ride a zipline through pollutants, put together water cycle puzzles, spin a wildlife wheel of facts, and learn the importance of water. Guests will also learn about the aquarium's New York Seascape, a conservation program designed to restore healthy populations of local marine species -- many of them threatened -- and to protect New York marine waters. Weekend programming includes art exhibits, hands-on activities, games, and more.

A-Maze-Ing-Water - New York Aquarium
Through September 09, 2012 - Coney Island

Enjoy an interactive exhibit and programming dedicated to water conservation and the New York Seascape. Highlights include a giant walk-through maze, a zipline ride, and a special art exhibit.

Sharon Hayes: There's So Much I Want to Say to You - Whitney Museum of American Art
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

Sharon Hayes (b. 1970) is a New York–based artist whose work in photography, film, video, sound, and performance examines the nexus between politics, history, speech, and desire. This exhibition, conceived by Hayes for the Whitney's third floor galleries, brings together existing pieces and newly commissioned works, all of which articulate forms of what Hayes calls "speech acts." The works are presented within an environment designed by Hayes in collaboration with artist Andrea Geyer.

Ellsworth Kelly: Sculpture - Morgan Library & Museum
Through September 09, 2012 -

As part of its summer program of sculpture exhibitions in the Gilbert Court, the Morgan will present three major sculptures by renowned abstract artist Ellsworth Kelly. Spare and elegant, Kelly's free-standing totemic forms -- one in bronze, the other two in mahogany and redwood -- exude the same quiet and spectacular beauty as his better-known, brightly colored paintings. The exhibition will also include a group of models and drawings that reveal the artist's process.

Raw Cooked: Ulrike Muller - Brooklyn Museum
Through September 09, 2012 -

The fifth exhibition in the Raw/Cooked series presents the work of Sunset Park-based artist Ulrike Muller. With the goal of starting a conversation on the lesbian feminist movement and examining the visibility of queer bodies within mainstream culture and the Museum, Muller orchestrated a collaborative drawing project based on the inventory list of the feminist T-shirt collection at the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Park Slope, Brooklyn. She distributed textual T-shirt descriptions to feminists, queer artists, and other interested New Yorkers, and asked that they translate these texts into new images. Her exhibition includes one hundred drawings from this project. Additionally, she used symbolic lesbian, feminist, and queer terms from the inventory as search criteria to mine the Museum's online collection. Through the display of approximately one hundred of the collaborative drawings and nearly twenty-five Museum collection objects in the Luce Center for American Art's Elevator Lobby and elsewhere in the Museum, Muller creates a visual dialogue among contemporary queer culture, the Museum, and the history of feminist activism. Muller graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. She was recommended for Raw/Cooked by advisory board member Amy Sillman. Raw/Cooked is organized by Eugenie Tsai, John and Barbara Vogelstein Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum.

Highlights from the Collection - Noguchi Museum
Through September 09, 2012 - Queens

Complimenting the Noguchi Museum's permanently installed lower levels, selections from the Museum's Collections, including examples of Noguchi's steel sculptures and a number of collaborative stage sets, are now on view in the upstairs galleries.

Printers, Monks, & Craftsmen - Bookmaking in the Age of Gutenberg - Museum of Biblical Art
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

This exhibition looks at the transitional period in hand press bookmaking through 14 Bibles printed between 1455 and 1525. Early printed books initially looked to manuscripts to inform page design, typeface, binding, and decorative embellishment. As the era progressed, printers and other craftsmen involved in the production of a printed volume began to experiment with the possibilities handpress production afforded to create innovative, elegant books. Focusing on Gothic bindings and the structure of a selection of books drawn from the Rare Bible Collection @ MOBIA, conservator Clare Manias explores regional differences in the volumes' styles, production, and form illustrating that printed books have stories to tell and are much more than what's between the covers.

The Adoration of the Magi by Bartolo di Fredi - A Masterpiece Reconstructed - Museum of Biblical Art
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

Illustrating one of the most celebrated Renaissance themes, Bartolo di Fredi's (c. 1330-1410) Adoration of the Magi will be reunited in this groundbreaking exhibition. The three known surviving panels of this Siense master's unrivaled altarpiece are considered by many to be among Bartolo's finest works. Composed of a monumental central panel depicting a tender visit of the Magi to the Christ Child, his Crucifixion and the mourning it brings, "Adoration of the Magi" by Bartolo di Fredi: A Masterpiece Reconstructed permits an in-depth study of this oft-depicted Christian narrative. The three altarpiece panels will be on loan from the Pinacoteca of Siena, the Lindenau-Museum in Altenburg Germany, and the University of Virginia Art Museum, the first venue for the exhibition. At the Museum of Biblical Art, Bartolo's altarpiece will be displayed alongside a magnificent version of the Adoration of the Magi which he completed as a standalone work in c. 1390, on loan from The Robert Lehman Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as Bartolo's depiction of the Adoration of the Shepherds dating to c. 1374, on loan from The Cloisters. Both paintings will enhance the detailed examination of this master's grand altarpiece.

Making American Taste: Narrative Art for a New Democracy - New-York Historical Society
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

Making American Taste features fifty-five works from the New-York Historical Society's collection that cast new light on both the history of American art and the formation of American cultural ideals during a crucial period from the 1830s to the late 1860s. By integrating history, literary and religious subjects with now better-known examples of rural and domestic genre, the exhibition explores the broad range of styles and narrative themes that appealed to nineteenth-century Americans seeking cultural refinement.

Missionary in Manhattan - Theater For The New City
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

Three wide-eyed sister wives have found themselves abandoned in New York City, as good as left for dead by brother husband, Charles Gregory Howard. Sisters Gretchen, Fanny and Bunny Catherine will sing, preach and stop at nothing to track down the father of their ten children - who may or may not have left them for a vocal coach named Gerard. Caitlin Davis (Sister Gretchen) is a freelance actor, singer, comedian and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a B.F.A. in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has collected her outrageous stories and characters from the crazy that comes from growing up in a small, southern town. She has appeared on the New York stage in Karen O's "Stop the Virgens" and as Loretta in "Sleep Companion" with the Truf?e Company. Her regional credits include "Mary's Wedding" at Burning Coal and "Tartuffe" at Triad Stage. She has appeared in several independent ?lms including "The 14th Burning," which has received over 15 ?lm festival Of?cial Selections and 17 awards. She is currently in production of the indy thriller, "Held in Paradise." Elizabeth May (Sister Bunny Catherine) is an actor, musician and playwright based in Brooklyn. She has played Cherie in "Bus Stop," Annelle in "Steel Magnolias," and Virgen Acolyte/Lead Vomitter in "Stop The Virgens" (Saint Ann's Warehouse). She is also a member of the resident company, The Bats, at the Flea Theatre, where she has appeared in "These Seven Sickenesses" as a Nurse. She spends her free time with her rabbit, Madeline and preparing for the impending zombie apocalypse. Kaleigh Malloy has directed "Essential Self Defense" (UNCG Workshop Theatre), "The Vagina Monologues" (UNCG-VDAY Organization) and "Dearly Departed" (Red Door Theatre). She is a former apprentice at the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia and former artistic intern at Triad Stage in Greensboro, North Carolina. She was Assistant Director on several productions at Triad Stage, including "The Glass Menagerie," "Educating Rita," "The Sunset Limited," "Steel Magnolias," and "Masquerade." Most recently, she was the assistant to the stage manager for the Arden Theatre Company's production of "Robin Hood." Regional acting credits include "One Flea Spare" (Hand in the Fire Productions), "Girl in Green Eyes" by Tennessee Williams (Hand in the Fire Productions), Poor Margaret in the world premier of "Bloody Blackbeard" (Triad Stage), Ginny in "For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls" (Triad Stage's Upstage Cabaret) and Madeline in the world premier of "Redbeard's Revenge" (THR 232). She has a B.F.A. in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Talk, Mackerel - Theater For The New City
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

Written, composed and directed by Sarah Segal-Lazar; lighting design by William Noguchi. World Premiere (Montreal, Canada). Cabaret Theater Wednesday, September 5 at 7:00 PM; Thursday, September 6 at 9:00 PM; Saturday, September 8 at 2:00 PM & 5:00 PM; Sunday, September 9 at 5:00 PM. Running Time: 40 minutes | Tickets $15 You are cordially invited to the birthday party of Leslie Moira Duncanaine, where something is off. Lemon, the young lady who is both our hostess and the guest of honour, speaks a little funny. And she has proof of the lethal properties of red lipstick. On the dining room wall, portraits of ancestors bicker with each other when they are not singing or playing cards. The family has some issues. And of course, there was that murder. But it's okay really. It all forms a tissue of affection and resentment that sustains Lemon and keeps her on course. Sarah Segal-Lazar is an actor, singer and writer. She is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and the Professional Theatre program at Montreal's Dawson College. She was the sole recipient of NYU's 2011 Theatre Studies Honors Certificate, awarded for her thesis "Come From Away: A Search for the Definition of Home." She is the author of a ten-minute play "The Barely Wives Club," which was a finalist for Red Bull Theatre's Short New Plays Festival. Having returned to Canada, Sarah is currently creating Prince Edward Island's first Fringe Festival. (

'A Nasty Tempered Man' - Theater for the New City
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

"A Nasty Tempered Man," written by Carolyn Moses. World Premiere. Community Theater Sunday, September 2 at 5:00 PM; Thursday, September 6 at 6:30 PM; Friday, September 7 at 9:00 PM; Saturday, September 8 at 8:00 PM; Saturday, September 9 at 8:00 PM. Running Time: 95 minutes | Tickets: $12 In this five-character absurdist comedy, a newly sprouted state with Slavic roots is creating civil order: "All people must dance together--all citizens must now join hands." But what will become of Pimpol Antonovich, cranky comic-author, in such a good-intentioned society? Carolyn Moses is author of "Cannibals," "The Gospel of Judas," "Carribean Couples," and "Gogol's Nose." She is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

'Fast in Fire' - Theater for the New City
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY'S THIRD DREAM UP FESTIVAL AUGUST 19 TO SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 "Fast in Fire," written by EJC Calvert; directed by Mason Beggs; produced by Alice Oh. World Premiere. Cabaret Theater Sunday, September 2 at 8:00 PM; Monday, September 3 at 6:30 PM; Tuesday, September 4 at 9:00 PM; Saturday, September 8 at 8:00 PM; Sunday, September 9 at 2:00 PM. Running Time: 60 minutes | Tickets $15 A family's carefully cultivated subterfuge begins to fray when they come together for the patriarch's funeral. Murder and lies swirl around a father who won't stay dead, an unfaithful widow and the most loyal Bichon Frise you ever met. What's an only begotten son to do? E. J. C. Calvert is from St. Louis, Missouri. Achievements include being a Samuel French OOB 2010 Winner, O'Neill Conference semifinalist, Leota Diesel Ashton Prize in Playwriting recipient, International Women's Playwriting Festival finalist and Chatterton Short Play Festival Audience Award winner. Her play "The Bear (A Tragedy)" is published by Samuel French. Recent performances and readings include "Sarazad and the Monster-King" (The TRUF), "Calamity Jane Battles the Horrible Hoopsnakes" (Looking Glass Theatre), "The Bird Girl" (Last Frontier Theatre Conference Play Lab), "Testify!" (Roy Arias Studios), "Cadaver Synod" (The Brecht Forum) and "Witness! The Amazing Slipping Away" (The Cell). She is also half of a comedy duo Lizanda, who will be performing their new show, "#1 Besties with Boy Trouble," at the Chicago Fringe Festival this summer. Calvert holds an MFA in Playwriting from the New School for Drama and is a member of the Dramatists Guild. Mason Beggs is a director, illustrator and composer, originally from Erie, Pennsylvania. Beggs received his MFA in Directing from The New School for Drama and his BFA in Media Art from Edinboro University. New York credits include "The Sisters Millay" by Susan Vittucii (Reading at NYTW), "Psalms for Japan" (Theatre 80), "The Bear" by E.J.C. Calvert (The Lion), "Mourning Breadth" by George Lopercio (The New School), "Stranger in my Body" by Garlia Cornelia Jones ( The Gay and Lesbian Center of NYC) and a concert of the musical "Pop!" by Anna Jacobs and Maggie-Kate Coleman (Duplex Cabaret). Alice Oh is a producer and actress originally from Korea. Oh founded Theatre HAN with its mission to be the bridge that connects diverse cultures on stage. Her recent works as actress include the reading of "A Document in Madness": A tale of Hamlet, Pinter's "Celebration," Chekhov's "Bear," and Gao Xingjian's "The Bus Stop" with Theatre HAN. She holds an MFA in Acting from New School for Drama and MA in Theatre from Northwestern University.

'Golden Baby' - Theater for the New City
Through September 09, 2012 - New York

THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY'S THIRD DREAM UP FESTIVAL AUGUST 19 TO SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 "Golden Baby," written by Dana Clinkman, Claire Downs, Henry Melcher, Evan Watkins and Ryann Weir. Sketch Comedy. World Premiere. Cabaret Theater Tuesday, September 4 at 6:30 PM; Wednesday, September 5 at 9:00 PM; Thursday, September 6 at 6:30 PM; Friday, September 7 at 9:00 PM; Sunday, September 9 at 8:00 PM. Running Time: 60 minutes | Tickets: $15 "Golden Baby" is a character-driven ensemble sketch comedy show from the minds of five Second City-trained, NYU-educated, Youtube generation weirdos. Dana Clinkman graduated from Syracuse University's drama department in 2010 and then briefly left the colonies to perform the work of that old redcoat, William Shakespeare, in "The Tempest" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She has spent the last year writing for and performing in "The First Ladies Project," a devised comedy about America's highest unelected office. Other credits include Shelby Company's "Ephemerama," Chess Club Comedy's "News Report," and an imminent video with the PIT's Gentlemen Party. Claire Downs is a writer, performer and comedian. In the past year, Downs co-wrote and performed in "The First Ladies Project," which premiered at NYTW's 4th St. Theater and continued on to NYU's Cookery Festival. Since 2003, she has been learning, writing and performing improv and sketch comedy with Second City Chicago, Improv Olympic and The Upright Citizens Brigade of New York, where she currently writes for the Maude team, Everything Rabbits. Henry Melcher graduated from NYU in May with degrees in communications and creative writing. He currently runs the photo site, "Taking Pictures Next to Tourists Taking Pictures," which his 92 year-old grandfather really likes. Melcher works as a production assistant in cable news and is also a contributing blogger for Huffington Post Comedy. He has written two cover stories for New York Press (RIP) and was a member of NYU's premier improv troupe, Dangerbox. Evan Watkins started writing and improvising as part of The Second City Teen Ensemble in Chicago before moving to New York to attend NYU ('10). Since then, he has created work and performed at venues such as PS122, The Incubator, 3LD, Galapagos Art Space, The Connelly and The Tank, to name a few. When he was eight years old, he gave George Foreman financial advice in a Disney Channel commercial. Now he wonders why George can afford to support ten children while he can sometimes not afford a meatball sub. Ryann Weir is a New York based actor and writer from Wilmette, Illinois. She has appeared at The Brick in "The Collected Rules of Gifted Camp" (Dir. Annie Tippe), "FGP Wedding" (Dir. Andrew Neisler), works by "Rescue Agreement" (Dir. Grant MacDonald and Gemma Kaneko), "The First Ladies Project" (Dir. Annie Tippe), "Theater in Asylum's Five" (Dir. MC Moore), "Our Farm" (Dir. Andrew Neisler) and "Up the Great and Shining Sky" (Dir. Rachel Chavkin). She has also appeared in Chess Club Comedy and Gentlemen Party videos. (

US OPEN 2012 - Arthur Ashe Stadium
Through September 09, 2012 - Flushing Meadows, Corona Park

Prenatal Yoga - Full Circle Family Care
Through September 11, 2012 - White Plains

Drop in any time to ease the anxiety and sensations of pregnancy and prepare for the challenges of labor, birth, and motherhood. Best during 2nd and 3rd trimester. Mats provided. Purchase a multi-class card and get a 10% discount at The Shop at Full Circle.

Cruise Nights - Bear Mountain State Park
Through September 12, 2012 - Bear Mountain

The Rod Benders Car Club of New York returns to Bear Mountain this summer for Cruise Nights, featuring some truly cool cars. Other activities include raffles, prizes, giveaways, food, vendors, and music. This family-friendly event takes place each Wednesday night through September 12 weather-permitting. $10 per car will be charged on September 12, a fundraising evening for local charities.

Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949-1960 - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through September 12, 2012 - New York

Pioneering artists in the post-World War II era alternatively embraced artistic freedom and gesture-based styles, nontraditional materials and counter-cultural references. Featuring nearly 100 works by Louise Bourgeois, Alberto Burri, Asger Jorn, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tàpies, and Zao Wou-Ki, among others, this collection-based exhibition explores the affinities and differences between artists working continents apart in a period of great transition and rapid creative development.

ReDraw - The Capital Plan for 35 Wooster St - The Drawing Center
Through September 13, 2012 - New York

In December 2010, The Drawing Center launched ReDraw: The Capital Plan for 35 Wooster Street with the purchase of a 2,000-square-foot unit on the second floor of 35 Wooster Street, which will replace its leased space at 40 Wooster Street. Plans for the new space have been designed by Claire Weisz and WXY Architecture + Urban Design, an internationally-recognized New York–based firm. ReDraw's architectural program addresses specific exhibition, educational, and operational requirements, reinforcing The Drawing Center's mission to present the highest-quality cultural programming in galleries proportioned to facilitate a meaningful viewer experience—attributes that have made the institution one of the most respected, beloved, and distinctive non-profits in New York City. The building project will connect the existing ground floor space to the newly-acquired second floor space and the lower level of the building. A new bookstore and a sky-lit Drawing Room gallery will join the existing visitor services desk and Main Gallery on the ground floor level. Offices and administrative spaces will move to the second floor, and the renovated lower level will accommodate a new education room, a Viewing Program meeting room, and the experimental Lab gallery, which will feature an audio and video media system for exhibitions and public programs. Integrating these spaces into one building will provide The Drawing Center with 50% more contiguous programmatic space. The Drawing Center has suspended on-site programming as construction takes place.

August Exhibition at Agora Gallery - Agora Gallery
Through September 13, 2012 - New York

NEW YORK, NY -- Two exceptional exhibitions are coming to Agora Gallery, with art that will tantalize a variety of tastes and evoke memories in a wide ranging audience. The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition presents the work of those artists who were selected by independent juror Ira Goldberg, Executive Director of the Art Students League of New York to take part in the show. Viewers will be touched by the sincerity and intelligence of these remarkable creations, and intrigued by the diversity they display. In The Kaleidoscope of Color the audience will be plunged into a fascinating world of powerful imagery and lively energy that combines broad scope with intricate detail. The exhibitions will begin on August 24, 2012 and the opening reception will take place on Thursday, August 30, 2012, 6-8pm. The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition will end on September 12, 2012 and The Kaleidoscope of the Mind will end on September 13, 2012. Exhibition Dates: August 24th, 2012 – September 13th, 2012 Reception: Thursday, August 30th, 2012 Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11a.m. - 6 p.m. Event URL: Featured Artists: The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition Teymur Agalioglu | Arantxa Alvarez Fernandez | Bujar Babis Arizi | Mauricio Cadavid | Valerie Cordaro | Deborah Danelley | Doug DePice | Hilary Eddy | Juan Pablo Gayoso Mogrovejo | Giovanni Gelardi | Luis Guerrero | Kathleen Knauer | Robert Langstaff | Andrée LaRoche | Piero Manrique | Joel Mara | Juan Miguel Palacios | Shelley Powsner | Abby Rieser | Meredith Rose | Mary Sauer | Phil Saunier ("SO") | Susan Schmidt | Mark Van Crombrugge | John A. Varriano | Katerina Verguelis | Eric W. Shute | Ralph White | Elena Yevseyeva The Kaleidoscope of the Mind Joan Benjamin | Marat Kharisov | Fred Mou | Maria Magdalena Oosthuizen | Sharon Ross | Douglas The Boogie Man | Andy White Interviews with the artists and high resolution images are available upon request. About Agora Gallery Agora Gallery is a fine art gallery, established in 1984 and located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art galleries district. It is famous for showcasing a spectacular array of talented artists from around the world and around the corner, while providing quality and original art to collectors. Gallery II, an elegant adjacent gallery space, gives artists the ideal area for a solo or group exhibition of their own, organized and publicized by Agora Gallery. The gallery publishes ARTisSpectrum Magazine, a bi-annual magazine that is distributed to museums, galleries, art institutions and art schools around the world. It provides artists, collectors, museums, galleries, art organizations and enthusiasts with access to the work of international talented artists as well as feature articles, reviews and interviews. Agora Gallery is the proud sponsor of ARTmine, one of the most comprehensive resources available worldwide to view and purchase fine art. The gallery also runs Agora Art Blog, a blog designed to provide helpful information and advice for artists while providing a forum for artists to help one another by sharing their experiences and thoughts.

Comic Art Indigène - Mashantucket Pequot Museum
Through September 15, 2012 - Mashantucket

This new exhibit looks at how native artists continue their storytelling traditions and life experiences through comics and comic-inspired art. The exhibit showcases historic examples of narrative art including photographs of rock art, ledger art and ceramics, as well as contemporary artworks. As the first widely accessible mass media, comic strips and comic books were consumed by Native people as a recognizable and legitimate form of storytelling. June 23 – Sept. 15.

100 Years of Girl Scouts - Yorktown Museum
Through September 15, 2012 - Yorktown Heights

Molly Keane and Lara Mullen of GS Troop 1476 have assembled a nostalgic exhibit to celebrate this milestone Girl Scout birthday. Among uniforms, sashes, and badges, are photographs and memorabilia plus an interactive board with answers to trivia questions about Girl Scouts. Keane and Mullen have assembled a display for girls to test their knowledge, and moms and gr

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