Opening Reception for Gail Biederman: The Feel of a Place
Gail Biederman has created The Feel of a Place from materials ranging from yarn and felt to nails, each tailored and arranged to evoke different elements of Brooklyn's waterfront. Industrial felt represents the historically industrial landscape around piers, for example, while intersecting lines of felt mimic subway lines and other travel routes.
Venue: Bric House Hallway
647 Fulton St.
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'From There to Here: Military Veterans' Experiences' at Salmagundi Club New York
Through Feb 21 Mon
As part of its on-going dialogue with the military community, the Salmagundi Club on New York (SCNY) is proud to present “From There to Here: Military Veterans’ Experiences”, a veteran-curated exhib...
Applied Mindfulness Workshop: Life is a Practice: Transform Your Mind. Create Quality of Life. at Japan Society
How do you most effectively use your most important asset, namely your own mind? Mindfulness is a powerful tool that can help you meet everyday challenges and difficult times, leading to greater clari...
FashionSpeak Fridays: The Fashion Photography of Rodney Smith at The National Arts Club
Photographer Rodney Smith’s whimsical work has been compared to that of Belgian surrealist René Magritte. Acclaimed for his iconic black and white images, Smith created enchanted worlds full of subtle...