Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Fine Art Detour Club 11/12-14th

Rob Jackson's U.S Stork Club Cal 12/11


Guggenheim: Public Programs for Chaos and Classicism: Art in France, Italy, and Germany, 1918-1936

A full schedule of educational programs is being presented in conjunction with Chaos and Classicism: Art in France, Italy, and Germany, 1918–1936, the first exhibition in the United States to focus on the vast transformation in European culture between the world wars and to examine its manifestations in all media. On view through January 9, 2011, the exhibition features work by artists including Balthus, Giorgio de Chirico, Jean Cocteau, Otto Dix, Hannah Höch, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Pablo Picasso, and August Sander.

Vox Populi: Posters of the Interwar Years
Through January 9, 2011
The 1920s and 1930s were among the greatest years in the history of poster design. The popular voice of manufacturers, political movements, and the travel and entertainment industries, the poster was an immensely refined art created for a vast public. Vox Populi: Posters of the Interwar Years presents a selection of six posters from France, Italy, and Germany.

The Blood of a Poet (Le sang d’un poète), 1930
Directed by Jean Cocteau
Fridays, October 29, November 5, 12, and 19, 1 and 2:30 pm
The first installment in the Orphic Trilogy—a series of three films by acclaimed French avant-garde director Jean Cocteau—the groundbreaking film The Blood of a Poet is one of cinema’s great experiments. A portrait of the plight of the artist, the film uses surrealist imagery to explore the poet’s obsessions with the relationships between art and dreams, metaphor and reality, and life and death.

Free with museum admission.
Films are shown in the New Media Theater, lower level.

Metropolis, 1927
Directed by Fritz Lang
Fridays, December 3 and 10, 12 and 3 pm
Perhaps one of the most famous and influential of all silent films, Metropolis takes place in 2026, when the populace is divided between workers who must live in the dark underground and the rich who enjoy a futuristic city of splendor. In this new digital restoration, the tense balance between these two societies is realized through elaborate sets and modern science fiction.

Free with museum admission.
Films are shown in the New Media Theater, lower level.

The Architecture of Doom, 1991
Directed by Peter Cohen
Fridays, December 17 and 24, 12 and 3 pm
Featuring newly researched footage of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime, The Architecture of Doom captures the inner workings of the Third Reich and illuminates the Nazi aesthetic in art, architecture, and popular culture. Hitler worshipped ancient Rome and Greece and dreamed of a new golden age of classical art and monumental architecture populated by beautiful, patriotic Aryans. There was no place for so-called degenerate artists like Pablo Picasso and other modernists or for “inferior” races like Jews in his lurid fantasy. This riveting documentary shows how Hitler rose from failed artist to creator of a world of ponderous kitsch and horrifying terror.

FREE with museum admission.
Films are shown in the New Media Theater, lower level.

Scultura Lingua Morta:
Sculpture’s Forbidden Languages
Wednesday, November 10, 6:30 pm
Penelope Curtis
Director, Tate Britain
Penelope Curtis, a noted scholar of modern sculpture from Fascist Italy and the Third Reich, shares new thoughts in the context of Chaos and Classicism.

Tickets are $10, $7 for members and students, and are available at

23rd Annual Hilla Rebay Lecture: Objects as Sculpture
Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 pm
Elizabeth Cowling
Honorary Fellow, History of Art, University of Edinburgh
Shortly before World War I, when Umberto Boccioni, Georges Braque, and Pablo Picasso began to sculpt objects and still-life compositions, they set in motion a revolution, the repercussions of which can still be felt in the work of many of today’s leading sculptors. Soon afterward, Marcel Duchamp launched his assault on the very foundations of art with his found-object readymades. In this year’s Hilla Rebay Lecture, Elizabeth Cowling focuses on a pivotal period in the history of modern sculpture when the object, rather than the human form, assumed the role of agent provocateur. The Hilla Rebay Lecture brings distinguished scholars to the Guggenheim Museum to examine significant issues in the theory, criticism, and history of art. This annual program is supported by the Hilla von Rebay Foundation. Free admission (no advance ticket registration).

Constructing Classicism in Fashion
Tuesday, December 7, 6:30 pm
Patricia Mears
Deputy Director, The Museum at FIT
Between the world wars, women such as Madeleine Vionnet dominated fashion design in Paris and New York. Charting the embrace of classicism, Patricia Mears, a renowned costume historian and style expert, discusses clothing innovations that defined fashion in the 1930s, changed the course of modern dress, and continue to influence couture today.

Tickets are $10, $7 for members and students, and are available at

Mind’s Eye
Monday, November 8, 6:30 pm
As part of the museum’s free programs for partially sighted, blind, and deaf visitors, Guggenheim museum educators, led by Georgia Krantz, guide an interactive tour and discussion focusing on Chaos and Classicism followed by a private reception.

Free admission with advance RSVP required at

Curator’s Eye Tours
The exhibition’s curators lead tours of Chaos and Classicism.
Helen Hsu: Friday, November 12, 2 pm
Kenneth E. Silver: Friday, December 3, 2 pm

Free with museum admission.

Fall Family Day
Sunday, November 14, 2–5 pm
The public is invited to celebrate the museum’s architecture and fall exhibitions, including Chaos and Classicism. Families can learn about the artworks on view by meeting different characters and personalities in the paintings, photographs, and sculptures in the rotunda and galleries. Participants can investigate the ways artists tell us about characters depicted in their works and experiment with materials, shapes, and colors for their own portraits. Everyone is encouraged to play a character and try on costumes. Other activities include readings, performances, much more. Recommended for families with children ages 4–10.

$15 per family; $10 for members; cash only. Free for Family members, Cool Culture families, and Guggenheim partner schools. No registration needed.

Guggenheim Online Forum
Mon, November 15–Fri, November 19
Guggenheim Forum presents an installment titled “Satire, Critique, Provocation, Propaganda” to accompany the Chaos and Classicism exhibition. A new, diverse group of panelists including novelist and journalist Francisco Goldman and art historian Jennie Hirsh will discuss the various ways artists address politics in their work.

Visit for complete information and to join the conversation.

Emerging Scholars Symposium:
Is Returning to the Past Modern?
Wednesday, January 5, 1 pm
In the spirit of Chaos and Classicism, the Sackler Center for Arts Education is sponsoring a program showcasing emerging scholars. Through new research, this series of focused presentations grapples with the long-standing questions of whether artists, architects, and designers can look to the past for inspiration and still be considered modern.

To register and review the call for papers, visit

For updated information regarding programs, contact the Box Office at 212 423 3587 or visit

Kaveh Ansari Opening reception, Thursday Oct 28 (9E) Fall/Spring Collection

Celebrate Fall with Art and Fashion at Rogue Space! We have dual opening receptions at Rogue Space | Chelsea this evening Thursday October 30 with New York based MOVEMENT-E presenting "Be Unique Love Yourself" curated by Peter Boseung Kang in Gallery 1 while Kaveh Ansari showcases the Fall-Spring Ansari Collection with a cocktail reception in Gallery 2.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

NOV 17 SBCAF LAND benefit SMG/ projects



Leblanc transforms places into poetic worlds on a canvas
meet the artist on November 18th, 2010 AT 7-9 PM

Bucerias, Nayarit, Mexico - October 27, 2010 - Splurge Art Gallery is proud to host the first Art Show of 2010-2011 Art Year "Landscapes and Vistas" with artist Marie-Danielle Leblanc on November 18th, 2010.

"Marie-Danielle Leblanc has created her own signature style of artistic expression representative of her travels and inspired by nature," said Randal Wark, co-owner of Splurge Art Gallery. "We are thrilled and honored to be hosting Ms. Leblanc, with her "Landscapes and Vistas" collection, at Splurge and encourage all to meet the artist on November 18th."

Marie-Danielle Leblanc
Marie-Danielle Leblanc is a prolific painter, as the miles accumulate, she likes to write down her thoughts, make a note of the weather or the name of a place, take pictures and collect images. Leblanc's travel diary is an ideal instrument for her. Whether she is driving on the highway or in the open country, walking on never-ending beaches or rocks stroked by the sea, it is through her travels that the artist captures landscapes that stretch into the vista. No matter the time of day and whatever the weather or the season, Leblanc communicates to her viewers a taste for the outdoors and the open air.

November 18th, 2010 Event
Splurge Gallery invites you to "Landscapes & Vista" to see and enjoy how Leblanc transforms places into poetic worlds on a canvas. Leblanc loves to work with matter, her creativity leading to a never-ending fascination. Her work leads toward the creation of a bare space, a world that can be discovered and contemplated. She presents us with the result of a meditative process, the testimony of a new contemplation of the horizon.

Thursday, November 18th
Special Event: 7PM - 9PM
Splurge Gallery
Calle Lazaro Cardenas 60, Col. Las Palmas
Bucerias, Nayarit, Mexico 63732

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Julian Schnabel, Debbie Tuma, Steve Zaluski at Hiff/ I saved some of the best for later

Julian Schnabel, Debbie Tuma and Steve Zaluski were at the last Hamptons international Filma Festival. This is not news it is timeless to see three Long Island artists in one place talking Long Island surfing.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Science & the Arts


Conference Announcement

Communicating Science to the Public
Through the Performing Arts
Friday and Saturday, October 29 & 30, 2010

The Graduate Center of the City University of New York

Conference Themes:

Science and Theatre; Science and Film and TV;

Science and Music; Science and Dance;

and Science Festivals, Science Cafes and Events

Registration information and full details:

Open to the public.

Supported in part by the National Science Foundation.

The Graduate Center
of the City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th St)
New York, NY

Science & the Arts

Monday, October 18, 2010

“Double Take”
A Members Exhibition in Two Parts


The Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery
Art League of Long Island
107 East Deer Park Road
Dix Hills, NY 11746

PART I: October 31, 2010 - November 28, 2010
Reception: Sunday November 7, 3 – 5 PM

PART II: December 12 – January 9, 2011
Reception: Sunday, December 12, 3 – 5 PM

GALLERY HOURS: Mon – Fri 9 – 4 PM, Sat & Sun 11 – 4 PM

“Double Take: A Member’s Exhibition in Two Parts” Opens at the Art League of Long Island October 31

The Art League of Long Island Member’s Exhibition is proud to showcase the impressive talent of member artists in their annual show. Paintings, drawings, collage, photography, print-making, ceramics, and sculpture created by the Art League’s members are on display at the League’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery starting October 31.

The Member’s Exhibition is divided into two parts in order to accommodate the more than 200 works of art created by student and professional artists vying for top prizes. Part One exhibits October 31 through November 28 and Part Two exhibits December 12 through January 9, 2011. Artist’s receptions at the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery are scheduled for Sunday, November 7, 3pm – 5pm and Sunday, December 12, 3pm – 5 pm respectively.

Prizes will be awarded by noted artist and educator Winn Rea, a member of the Phoenix Gallery in NYC and an Assistant Professor of Art at the C.W. Post Campus of LIU. She is a process-based environmental artist whose works on paper, sculptures, and installations have been exhibited extensively in South Korea and the United States.

In addition to exhibitions in its beautiful bi-level gallery, the Art League offers a year-round, seven days a week program of classes and one-day workshops in all art forms, including fiber and decorative arts, digital technologies and glass molding, plus tours and lectures.

The Art League of Long Island is located at 107 East Deer Park Road in Dix Hills. The gallery is open to the public, free of charge, Monday through Friday 9am – 4pm and on weekends 11am – 4pm. For more information about the Art League visit or call (631) 462-5400

Friday, October 15, 2010

Fine Art Magazine Blog: Fine Art Magazine Artists Group

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The Beverly Hills Art Show is this Weekend!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

ATOA Fall 2010 Panel Series ~ Through Dec.16

ATOA Fall 2010 Panel Series ~  Through Dec.16
Thursdays - 6:30 Reception, 7:00 Discussion - Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, 547 W. 27th St., #301
Admission: $7 Adults, $3 Seniors/Students with ID

THIS THURSAY -- October 14, 2010
Jay Milder: A Life Story -- Video Screening & Dialog
Featuring:  Jay Milder, artist & Ray Grist, filmmaker
Jay Milder is one of the original 7 founders of the Rhino Horn group along with Benny Andrews, Peter Pasantino, Bill Barrell.  This video traces his journey from the midwest to Hans Hofmann student, Ed Clark mentee, and international artist, and includes Bob Thompson, Mimi Gross, Red Grooms, and Mark DiSuvero.
Organizer: Ray Grist

October 21, 2010
Three Dimensions: Hand or Digital?  Sculptors Consider the Alternatives
Moderator:  Doug Sheer, chairman of ATOA
Panelists:  Donna Dodson, wood carver · Ayami Aoyama, stone carver · and other sculptors (stay tuned)
Organizers: Lynne Mayocole & Doug Sheer

October 28, 2010
Raising the Dead
Featuring:  Dr. Chic Schissel, lecturer on the medical system, science, quackery & music · Flash Light, artist · John Rafferty, author, editor & president of the Secular Humanist Society of NY · Dr. Barnaby Ruhe, artist & NYU Gallatin Faculty
Organizer:  Flash Light

November 11, 2010
Art & Wall Street: The Mei-Moses Art Index - Art as Assets
Featuring: Ron Morosan, artist, & Robert A. Schwartz, PhD, Economics & Finance, Baruch College
A discussion on how thid index will allow nonprofits to issue bonds and other financial instruments to allow supporters to "invest" in arts organizations.
Organizer:  Ron Morosan.

November 18, 2010
From Performance to Painter's Tape:
Abstract Art & Materiality
Moderator: Kat Griefen, curator
Panelists: Bibi Calderaro · Creighton Michael · Ray Oglesby · Rebecca Smith
Organizer: Kat Griefen

December 9, 2010
Performance, Re-Performance & All That
Host: Vernita N'Cognita, performance & visual artist
Featuring 10-20 Artists in Performance (stay tuned for playbill)
Organizer: Vernita N'Cognita

December 16, 2010
Hans Hofmann in Film
Moderator: Patricia Stark Feinstein, independent curator
Panelists: Irving Sandler, art historian · Thorpe Feidt, artist, teacher · plus additional panelists to be announced
Featuring an excerpt from Sam Feinstein's film
on Hans Hofmann.
Organizer: Patricia Stark Feinstein

David Salle to Speak at AFA ArtTalks

American Federation of Arts
ArtTalks   No. 28

 David Salle to Speak at AFA ArtTalks

Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 p.m., at Christie's

The American Federation of Arts (AFA) is pleased to announce that artist David Salle is the second speaker in the 2010/11 ArtTalks series, to be held at Christie's on Tuesday, November 16, at 6:30 p.m. Following Salle's lecture, audience members are invited to participate in a question-and-answer session and a wine reception.

One of the most important painters to emerge at the end of the 1970s, David Salle helped define the postmodern sensibility by combining figuration with an extremely varied pictorial language. His work has been exhibited in more than 100 museums and galleries worldwide, including the Whitney Biennial, Documenta, the Venice Biennale, Carnegie International, the Paris Biennale, and most recently, The Pictures Generation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As a painter whose work comes out of a tradition of installation and performance, Salle is a longtime collaborator with Karole Armitage, designing sets and costumes for more than twenty of her ballets and operas. Their collaborations have been staged at such venues as the Metropolitan Opera, the Joyce Theater, Paris Opera, Opera Comique, Opera Deutsche, Oper Berlin, and La Fenice.

Salle is represented in the collections of most modern art institutions, and solo exhibitions of his work have taken place at the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles; Castello di Rivioli; the Tel Aviv Museum; the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; the Guggenheim Bilbao; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover; and the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien.

Salle has contributed his writings on art to such publications as Artforum, Art in America, Flash Art, and Modern Painters, as well as to numerous exhibition catalogues and anthologies. He received a Guggenheim fellowship for theater design in 1986 and in 1995 directed the feature film Search & Destroy starring Griffin Dunne and Christopher Walken.

The ArtTalk will be held on Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 p.m., at Christie's, located at 20 Rockefeller Plaza, which is on 49th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Following Salle's lecture, audience members are invited to participate in a question-and-answer session and a wine reception hosted by Christie's.

In-kind support for ArtTalks is provided by Christie's.

Admission is $15; $10 for AFA members and students with valid identification. Seating is limited and reservations are required. To purchase tickets online, click here or please call 212.988.7700 ext. 210.

Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the AFA is a nonprofit institution that organizes art exhibitions for presentation in museums around the world, publishes exhibition catalogues, and develops educational materials and programs. For more information, visit

Cultural Pitts Field News

Friday+: Jean Genet’s The Maids with an All-Male Cast

The Maids - the way that Genet always wanted it performed - with an all male cast! Jean Genet's play The Maids is based on the Papin sisters who murdered their employer and daughter in 1933. Featuring legendary local actors Ken Deloreto & Daniel Osman.

Friday, October 15th – Sunday, October 31st | Fri & Sat 7:30pm, Sun 3pm | NEW Stage Performing Arts Center | 55 North Street | 418-0999 | $20




A day of art, poetry, performance and music.

The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts (PTPA) and the Patchogue Arts Council (PAC) present The 3rd Patchogue Arts Festival at the Patchogue Theatre and throughout Patchogue Village on Sunday October 24th. Billed as "a day of art, poetry, performance and music", this Free event brings Long Island based visual artists, poets, performers and singer-songwriters together in this south shore village that has become a hotbed for the arts in Suffolk County.

Starting at Noon, there will be an artist reception for the artists whose work is part of the second PAC Walking Arts Tour (WAT). Approximately 40 Long Island based artists have been invited to display their talents in a number of locations such as storefronts, restaurants, and open spaces in a show that runs through November 3rd. Maps of the Walking Arts Tour will be available at the reception and visitors will be encouraged to head out onto the sidewalks of Main Street and South Ocean Avenue to view the various works from 2:30 until 4:30.

At 5:00 a free performance by ImprovTheater- Playback Long Island will be featured in the PTPA lobby. Playback is a theater form that uses music, dance and improvisational theater to bring the stories and experiences of the audience to life.

At 5:30 a free concert in the lobby will feature alternating sets of Live readings of original poetry by Long Island based poets and music by Long Island Singer-Songwriters.

The music portion will be featuring duets by Jessie Haynes and Katie Pearlman, Dave March and Friend, Rick Eberle and Tara Eberle, Rorie Kelly and Jay Scott, Dan Welch and Josette Davids, Jennett Russell and Bob Wallen and acoustic Fathom by John & John.

The poets will be reading original poetry and poems that inspired them by someone else. There will be readings by Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan (current Suffolk County Poet Laureate), George Wallace (former Suffolk County Poet Laureate), Fr. Robert Phelps (East Patchogue Parish), Sarah Gutowski, Dominick Quartuccio, Erin White and co-host Michelle Whittaker.

SUNDAY OCT 24 -2010
The Annual Patchogue
see below for details...
Gianni Monteleone

An exhibition of fine art from a realist oil painter with a masters touch!

C2 Gallery
DATE: Oct 24 . 2010
TIME: 12pm to 5pm
LOCATION: 22 W Main St / Patchogue

Neal Adams at Animazing Gallery in SoHo on October 21st

NEW YORK, NY - Comic Book legend Neal Adams will be making an appearance at Animazing Gallery in SoHo on October 21st from 6-9PM. Adams will be signing and presenting original comic book pages from his new DC series Batman Odyssey. Animazing Gallery is located at the corner of Broome and Greene in SoHo, at 54 Greene St. RSVP to the event via, or by calling 212-226-7374. Gallery hours are Monday - Saturday, 10AM - 7PM, and Sunday from 11AM- 6PM. The exhibition is up through November. Admission is free and open to the public.
Adams will be giving a signed copy of his new book, Batman Odyssey as a gift with art purchase. An exclusive MARVEL poster will also be available
Click here to view the collection
Click here for more information
Click here to RSVP to the Event(s)
Press Only: Click here to request the link for hi-res downloads of select pieces from the show.

"He revived Batman, saved the X-Men, challenged the system and changed comics forever." - Wizard Magazine
"Describe him in one word? Genius." - Joe Quesada, Editor in Chief, Marvel Comics

"He's a pivotal figure in the world of comics. He has positively altered the state, the ethical structure of the industry, and always for the better." - Harlan Ellison

"Adams transformed Batman into the sleek, brooding Dark Knight depicted onscreen for the past two decades." - Brian Lowry, Variety

"Who is the greatest living comic book artist? As I've said before, my vote is for Neal Adams"- Geoff Boucher, LA Times

Neal's had legendary 'runs' on Batman, X-Men, Green Lantern-Green Arrow and Deadman. Adams rescued Batman from his campy TV show, and transformed him into his present "Avenger of the Night." When people say 'modern Batman,' they mean Neal Adams' Batman. His run directly led to the realistic incarnation seen in Batman Returns, and the Dark Knight movies.

He godfathered a generation of new talent, brought down the comics code by introducing "relevant comics" and gave America its first black comic book superhero.
While fighting for creator's rights, he convinced publishers to return original art to its creators, improved standards of comic book production, forced publishers to pay royalties...and crusaded against work-made-for-hire in the copyright law. In addition, Neal has launched a successful production company - Continuity Studios - which produced the popular Nasonex Bee Campaign and introduced us to the concept of Motion Comics. He designed the popular Terminator, T2 4-D ride, and the Spider-man Rides at Universal Studios.

While setting-up his own characters with various Hollywood Studios and Producers, Neal is currently writing and drawing Batman Odyssey, for DC, a 12 issue series, and writing and drawing a 5 issue series of Wolverine for Marvel.
ABOUT ANIMAZING GALLERY | Since 1984, Animazing Gallery has showcased a unique collection of original and limited edition works, including animation, great American illustration art & fine art that indulges the senses and emotions with color, playfulness and beauty.
An Exhibition of Elliott Landy's Sixties Music Photographs
at the The Montreal Jazz Festival's Galerie Lounge TD
October 14 to December 24, 2010
Artist talk and book signing, October 14, 4-7 PM
Prints may be purchased from the Gallery
There will be over 65 prints on display, some of which have never been shown before.
See the attached announcement
Also, on display for the first time will be Looped, a video projection of Impressionist Renderings made with Woodstock Festival and Jimi Hendrix images. Elliott created these with an application he designed and they are spectacular—colorized superimpositions, randomly generated which will blow your mind or, at least, expand it a bit.

SALE ENDING - one more week only.
I have a selection of Fine Art Prints, both Silver Gelatin and Pigment Ink type, currently on sale for reduced prices via my website/eshop. This reduced price sale will end October 19th.

You can still order signed copies of my book, Woodstock Vision, the Spirit of a Generation, signed for $35.

Phillips de Pury / Contemporary Art Evening Sale 10/13

LIVE ONLINE click here

Contemporary Art Evening Sale 13 October 7pm
Contemporary Art Day Sale 14 October 2pm

Please view our Contemporary Art catalogues online
and read more about the sale on our website

Enquiries +44 20 7318 4063 / +1 212 940 1260
Catalogues +44 20 7318 4039 / +1 212 940 1240

Phillips de Pury & Company
Howick Place London SW1P 1BB

DAVID HOCKNEY Autumn Pool (Paper Pool 29), 1978
Estimate £700,000-1,000,000


101 EXHIBIT Presents
Marcus Antonius Jansen

3055 North Miami Avenue | Corner of NW 36th Street
November 30. - December 5. 2010

SCOPE Miami Art Show, November 1 - December 5, 2010 returns to its 2008 location in the Midtown Miami district and cements its future with 80,000 square foot concrete slab.
101 Exhibit Miami - Reception video

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Vimeo Festival Awards Pics/ Steve Zaluski/ This is an Awesome event/

We had a great interview with Jeremy Boxer, who's vision and direction organized this great first festival.
The one and only Bruce Sterling: we caught a great impromptu & generous  interview in the garders. Thanks Bruces for sharing you time and thoughts with FAM
Jamie, Marco Castro and artists
Our Crew: Jon, Caitlin, Joan, The Purchase SUNY  New Media Seniors & Jamie out side Vimeo Awards Festival Headquarters, 555,18th. St. NYC

Hiff Opening Day/ Roc Party and red carpet Pics/ Steve Zaluski

Director, Marilyn Agrelo/    EH- ROC Award Winner  "An Invisible Sign", @ the Roc party/ With cast  

Macia Gay Harden

Daria. Michele and Jamie
Young "Invisible Sign Cast"
Hamptonian Vlad & Jamie
Steve Z and Roc reps
Paul Giamaitti/ Red carpet star of "Barney's Version"

Friday, October 8, 2010

Monday, October 4, 2010

Blessing of the Animals in Honor of St. Francis of Assisi, patron St. of Ecology

St.  Francis " My brother, birds, you should praise your creator"... . Franco Zeffirelli made the film "Brother Sun,  Sister Moon", telling the poetic story of St. Francis. Donovan wrote the music. Below local pets being blessed. I took my three dogs.

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