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Feb
2
Fri
16 Seasons a Year – Photography by Tapani Talo @ Larchmont Public Library Tickets
Feb 2 – Feb 27 all-day
16 Seasons a Year - Photography by Tapani Talo @ Larchmont Public Library |  |  |

The Larchmont Public Library’s Oresman Gallery presents “16 SEASONS A YEAR”, a new exhibit of unique photography by Tapani Talo. The exhibit will open in the Oresman Gallery on Friday, February 2, and will remain on display through Tuesday, February 27. The exhibit is free and open to everyone during normal library hours.

The artist will host a reception on Saturday, February 10, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in the Oresman Gallery. The reception is also free and everyone is welcome.

Feb
4
Sun
“Pictorialism: A Century Later”, Photographs by John Maggiotto @ The Donald Gallery Tickets
Feb 4 – Mar 18 all-day
"Pictorialism: A Century Later", Photographs by John Maggiotto @ The Donald Gallery |  |  |

“Pictorialism: A Century Later” in Dobbs Ferry features artist John Maggiotto’s photographs that return to the era of Pictorialism in photography. February 4 through March 18, 2018. Free opening reception on February 4, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Gallery hours: 10 am to 4 pm daily. The Donald Gallery at South Presbyterian Church, 343 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522. Call 914-693-0473 or visit http://www.southpres.org/the-donald-gallery .

“Pictorialism: A Century Later”. Photographs by John Maggiotto @ The Donald Gallery Tickets
Feb 4 – Mar 18 all-day
"Pictorialism: A Century Later". Photographs by John Maggiotto @ The Donald Gallery |  |  |

“Pictorialism: A Century Later” in Dobbs Ferry features artist John Maggiotto’s photographs that return to the era of Pictorialism in photography. February 4 through March 18, 2018. Free opening reception on February 4, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Gallery hours: 10 am to 4 pm daily. The Donald Gallery at South Presbyterian Church, 343 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522. Call 914-693-0473 or visit http://www.southpres.org/the-donald-gallery .

Feb
25
Sun
Sugaring Sundays @ Teatown Lake Reservation Tickets
Feb 25 all-day
Sugaring Sundays @ Teatown Lake Reservation |  |  |

Stoke up the fire, it’s sugaring time at Teatown. From tapping to collecting, boiling to bottling, Teatown’s naturalists will be in Warren’s Sugar House sharing facts and folklore about this sweet time of year. For everyone. Programs require pre-registration. To register, call 914-762-2912 x 110.

Music at Asbury presents Julia Breanetta Simpson @ Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church Tickets
Feb 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Music at Asbury presents Julia Breanetta Simpson @ Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church |  |  |

Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church is honored to present singer / actress Julia Breanetta Simpson in “How Sweet the Sound,” a concert program exploring the evolution of American music from slavery to the jazz age as part of its professional concert series, Music at Asbury.

New Rochelle resident Julia Breanetta Simpson has appeared around the country at regional, dinner and stock theatres in such productions as Ain’t Misbehavin’, Dreamgirls, For Colored Girls, One Mo’ Time, Tintypes, and When the Nightingale Sings. She has also appeared in off-Broadway theatres and other venues in New York including New World Stages, the Triad, and the Metropolitan Room. Julia earned her BFA degree in Musical Theatre at Syracuse University and is a proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA and M.A.C. Ms. Simpson performs throughout the Tri-State area in her one-woman shows “Harlem On My Mind,” “How Sweet the Sound,” “Julia and the Duke,” and her new show, “Classy and Sassy: A Cabaret Tribute to Lena Horne.” Julia Simpson is the founder and CEO of Breanetta Productions, whose mission is to honor and celebrate contributions made to society and world culture by African Americans through plays, musicals, and concerts that inspire, educate and entertain.

Concerts are held in the sanctuary at Asbury United Methodist Church, 167 Scarsdale Rd, Tuckahoe, NY; ample parking is available. Admission is free of charge but reservations are strongly recommended.

Music at Asbury was launched in November of 2014. As a program of Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church, Music at Asbury is designed to serve as a social service to the community, offering free performances by some of New York City and the Hudson Valley’s finest musical artists.

Feb
26
Mon
“Shed the Veil of Indifference!” White Rose German Resistance @ Shames JCC on the Hudson Tickets
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
"Shed the Veil of Indifference!” White Rose German Resistance @ Shames JCC on the Hudson   |  |  |

Sophie Scholl (German, 1921-1943) and her brother, Hans, organized a student protest movement against the Nazi regime. During this lecture, we will examine the political, cultural and religious influences on the White Rose resistance through Sophie’s letters and diaries. What inspired Sophie and six others to sacrifice their lives simply by using their personal freedoms?

Alexandra Lehmann, fluent in German and with a Fulbright Scholarship, began archival research in Munich for “With You There Is Light,” a historical novel based on the true story about Sophie Scholl and Fritz Hartnagel. In 2017, she began representing the White Rose Foundation here in the United States. Alexandra has won a fellowship to the Wesleyan Writers’ Conference and has guest lectured on German Resistance history at St. Paul’s German Church in New York City, Mt. Holyoke and Sarah Lawrence Colleges and Fairfield and Western Connecticut State Universities.

The Renard Lecture Series welcomes persons 50 years of age and older who are seeking a cultural and intellectual experience at the Shames JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown on Mondays from 10-11:30 am. PLEASE NOTE: Doors Open at 9:30 am. Registration is not required. Fee is $5. per person, per visit.
For more information call Linda 914.366.7898 ext. 1126. Thanks.

Feb
28
Wed
Chloe’s Pretend Play 2-4yrs @ Lil Chameleon Tickets
Feb 28 @ 12:30 pm – 1:15 pm
Chloe's Pretend Play 2-4yrs @ Lil Chameleon |  |  |

n this class lead by Chloe of Chloe’s Kids LLC, children will explore a variety of fun dramatic-play scenarios with dress up, dolls, play food, vehicles, small-world bins and more! Each week will feature a short story and circle time, followed by child-directed play time with items that relate to the story we’ve read. Caretakers are requested to remain in the cafe while the children have independent play time in our activity room. Caretakers can always observe the children through the glass door. Advanced reservations required.

Mar
2
Fri
Full Moon Hike at Teatown @ Teatown Lake Reservation Tickets
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm
Full Moon Hike at Teatown @ Teatown Lake Reservation |  |  |

The March full moon is often called the Sap Moon by Native Peoples who used the Moon’s phases to track the seasons; this time of the year heralds the sugaring season when sap begins to flow in maple trees and the ground begins to soften enough for earthworms to reappear, inviting the return of robins. Take a guided walk to Swope’s Field to watch the moon rise. Dress appropriately for weather condi¬tions. Inclement weather cancels. For adults. Programs require pre-registration. To register, visit www.teatown.org or call 914-762-2912 x 110.

L.A. Dance Project @ The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College Tickets
Mar 2 @ 8:00 pm
L.A. Dance Project @ The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College |  |  |

L.A. Dance Project has made its mark on the dance world with a contemporary approach to art and movement that the Los Angeles Times describes as “a defining artistic vision for our time.” Founded by choreographer and dancer (and Black Swan star) Benjamin Millepied, LADP’s original works are intriguing multidisciplinary collaborations with emerging and established visual artists, musicians, designers, film directors, and composers.

Orpheus Highway / Benjamin Millepied
Second Quartet / Noe Soulier
YAG / Ohad Naharin

The PAC, in partnership with Joyce Theater Productions, served as Technical Development home for Orpheus Highway and YAG.

Tickets: $62.50 / $55 / $35
http://www.artscenter.org/events/la-dance-project/
914-251-6200

Mar
3
Sat
Anti-Pareidolia: new paintings by Andrea Kantrowitz @ Kenise Barnes Fine Art Tickets
Mar 3 @ 10:00 am – Apr 14 @ 5:30 pm
Anti-Pareidolia: new paintings by Andrea Kantrowitz @ Kenise Barnes Fine Art |  |  |

New exhibition: March 3 – April 14, 2018
Reception: Saturday evening, April 14, 6:30 – 8:00, public invited

Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 – 5:30 and by appointment

Anti-Pareidolia: new paintings by Andrea Kantrowitz

Kenise Barnes Fine Art is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new oil paintings by Andrea Kantrowitz. The gallery has been honored to represent the artist since 2005. In addition to her inclusion in numerous group shows, this is her third solo exhibition.

Pareidolia refers to the way we sometimes see things that aren’t really there in random phenomena: the ice cream castle in the sky, the man on the moon, or Jesus on the grilled cheese sandwich. Finding what is there is the patient work of painter Andrea Kantrowitz. This exhibition titled “Anti-Pareidolia” is the examination of complex structures of coral, crystals and plants to reveal the intricate structures formed through nature’s random processes. The artist’s careful observation and close scrutiny generates discovery and understanding of how these marvels have come to be. By concentrating on a singular structure and by conflating the scale of these small, elaborately-constructed organisms, Kantrowitz compels us to share in the magic of discovery. Though the artist is focused on close observation, she paints generously, often loosely, in luxurious oil colors achieving a rare luminosity. Her paintings are literal depictions of specific information while allowing space for metaphor and imagination.

Andrea Kantrowitz earned her EdD at Columbia University, her MFA from Yale University School of Art and her BA from Harvard University. She has been widely published and is a frequent invited speaker throughout the USA, the UK and Singapore, including a 2017 TEDx Talk. Dr. Kantrowitz currently teaches at the State University of New York @ New Paltz. She lives and works in Pelham, NY.

Digital exhibition catalogue available online.

Please contact the gallery for images and additional information or to arrange a preview of the exhibition.

We maintain an extensive inventory in our lower-level warehouse that includes a private presentation room. We always have a wide selection of paintings, drawings, prints, monoprints and photographs to offer collectors.

In-home or in-office consultations are complimentary. Artwork may be seen on approval. Delivery and installation available.

Kenise Barnes, director: Kenise@kbfa.com
Lani Holloway, gallery manager: Lani@kbfa.com
B. Avery Syrig, sales support and admin. assistant: Avery@kbfa.com