For the 50th year, the Art League of Long Island’s Holiday Fine Art and Craft Fair is bringing 75 highly-skilled craftspeople and artists together under one roof for your holiday shopping pleasure.
Now in its 10th year, the broadcast series Exploring Critical Issues brings viewers a thought-provoking segment this December that explores Long Island’s changes and challenges. “The Future of Long Island” airs over two weeks, beginning at 10 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Debbie Wells has been elected vice chair on the board of trustees of the Art League of Long Island (www.artleagueli.org). The Art League of Long Island, located in Dix Hills, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the visual arts since 1954. Wells is a graduate of Parsons School of Design (BFA in Communication Design, 1983 / MA in Media Studies,1990.
Actress, television personality and arts activist Shirley Romaine will present “That Place, Those Times,” a program celebrating Long Island writers and poets on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 3 pm at the Nassau County Museum of Art.
The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County will host “Art as Conscience: The Holocaust Art of Aaron Morgan” through Jan. 31, 2014. This remarkable exhibit of Aaron Morgan’s Holocaust art moves its viewers to understand the need for educating the world against intolerance and prejudice. It reminds the observer of the need to stand up against bigotry and bullying. The exhibit is truly a moving experience that unites the viewer with the events of the Shoah.
Chicago City Limits, New York City’s legendary improv theater company, brings its unique style of comedy and audience-inspired improvisations to Temple Emanuel on Sunday, Dec. 15 as part of the Emanuel Series.
PATV will cablecast two new “Access Spotlight” programs this month. “Access Spotlight: Ray Abruzzo” is a new program where PATV Executive Director Shirley Ann Bruno interviews the actor about his career and growing up in their old neighborhood of Middle Village, Queens.
Queens Symphonic Band will perform “Solos for an International Holiday” under the direction of Dr. Bernard Rose at Queensborough Performing Arts Center on Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. at Queensborough Community College at 222-05 56th Ave in Bayside.
The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of New York (MYO) is inviting high school-aged orchestral musicians and choral singers to audition for the July 8-21, 2014 performance tour of The People’s Republic of China. The two-week tour will include performances and visits to Beijing, Chengdu, Xi’an, Yangshuo, Guilin and Shanghai. The tour will also explore major attractions such as the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Terracotta Warrior Museum, and the Giant Panda Research Base. An optional, additional week of touring in Hawaii will be offered.
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