Clay Art Center’s Saturday Drop-In Clay Classes for the Whole Family
Looking for something relaxing, creative and fun to do this Winter/Spring for the whole family. Take part in Clay Art Center’s Saturday Drop-In Clay Class, Saturdays from 2-4pm. One-time classes for adults, children and families interested in experimenting with clay for the first time. Professional ceramic artists guide themed
On the beach at the Old Greenwich Yacht Club on Greenwich Point is the place to be on Sundays this winter. The Club will once again open its doors to the public on just six Sundays, from 2-4 p.m. February 26 through April 2. The first open house on 2/26 feature live music by the popular local band The Crash Boat Drivers. The band (upright bass, guitar and vocals) plays classic covers.
David Datuna is coming to the Gilles Clement Gallery, this March 9th!
Exhibit of new works by Jean Duquoc, “Chant a la Terre”
Born in 1937, DUQUOC, a self-taught painter, has enjoyed a long and celebrated career. His lifework is influenced by the landscape of his beloved home in Brittany France and forever distinguished by bold and saturated canvases. His work may be found in distinguished collection, both public and private, worldwide.
Clay Art Center Spring Youth Classes 2017
Spin It! Spring 2017 Youth Classes start March 26 at the Clay Art Center in Port Chester and run for 6 weeks. Build your inner artist while creating picture perfect pottery. Work with clay to develop creative
problem solving skills and building confidence while making new friends and having fun. Time Machine
(Ages 6 – 9) Sundays 10:30 – 12PM, Tween Wheel
Ai Bo Gallery to be featured in NYC Affordable Art Fair March 29-April 2
“Primavera: Terra, Fiore, Mare – New Work by Dana Goodfellow, William McCarthy & Karen Tusinski” is an art exhibition that offers a fresh look at some of the most oft-explored subjects in the history of art.
Show Dates: March 30 – May 20, 2017
Open House Reception: March 30, 12:00pm – 6:00pm (featuring Prosecco, Biscotti & Bocelli)
Heather Gaudio Fine Art is pleased to announce “An Inverception,” a site-specific installation created by roster artist Jaq Belcher. The public is invited to witness the artist at work starting the afternoon of March 30th-April 1st. The installation will be up through April 8th.
Observe the creative process up close and experience something truly unique!
In front of a live audience, Tony Award-winning actress Joanna Gleason will guide a select group of Purchase College students from the Theatre, Dance, and Music Conservatories in an evening of song that is part master class, part improvised musical theatre.
Jonathan Kozol, one of our nation’s most persistent and prophetic advocates for children of poverty, is known for “laying bare the savage inequalities inflicted upon children for no reason but the accident of being born into poverty.”
Beautiful, melodic, and simplistic, Joshua Radin brings his 7th studio album to life in The Warehouse this March.
FEATURING: LOREN GRAY, BLAKE GRAY, NATE GARNER, NATHAN TRISKA, HARVEY, TYLER BROWN, JACK DIGIOVANNI, FOUND VEGAS AND MANY MORE!
Sultry goddess Dana Fuchs is powerful, passionate, and a blues-based shouter.
Spend the evening with award-winning poet, Spencer Reece, who will be screening the film Voices Beyond the Wall: Twelve Poems from the Murder Capital of the World. The film follows his time spent living and teaching poetry at Our Little Roses, an all girls orphanage in San Pedro Sula, a Central American city infamous for its crime and violence.
Three local, award-winning poets will share work from their most recent collections.
Hobbs London opens first US Flagship on Greenwich Ave, Greenwich – women’s fashion with a distinctly British accent.
The Orchestra Now is an innovative orchestra in residence at Bard College that is preparing a new generation of musicians to break down barriers between modern audiences and great orchestral music of the past and present.
Westport’s First Selectman, Jim Marpe, will proclaim April 2017 “American Revolution Month” in recognition of the 240th anniversary of The Danbury Raid when the British landed at Compo Beach and raided Patriot supplies in Danbury. WHS will feature an exhibit at Wheeler House, 25 Avery Place from April 1 to April 29. Opening reception: April 2 from 3 to 5 pm.
ADDITIONAL MEET & GREET ADD-ON AVAILABLE FOR $75
For the second core exhibit of the 60th anniversary year Clay Art Center presents REVISIT: The Boneyard, which will feature 40 artists who have given workshops during the 60 year history of CAC in Port Chester. After each workshop, visiting artists leave behind their demonstration pieces so future students can reference the work.
Breast Cancer Alliance will open the runway to over 20 local students who will strut their stuff in fabulous fashions from Richards on behalf of this BCA annual teen fashion event.
HBE are seven brothers from the south side of Chicago who come from an extraordinary musical family; their father is jazz legend Phil Cohran. The band freely mix the brass band tradition with generous doses of hip hop, soul and funk, creating an intoxicating and boisterous blend. A funky, fun, and family friendly musical afternoon!
Enjoy an afternoon at the scenic Hudson Valley Writers’ Center to hear critically acclaimed British poet Alice Oswald read from her new collection.
Bring your family to discover an exciting animal adventure story as we walk through the woods.
DINNER AND A SHOW! Visit Bernard’s (20 West Lane ~ Ridgefield) on the day of the show for a great Prix Fixe Menu when you present your tickets to this performance – Reservations suggested
Join us for the 15th season of Play With Your Food’s sold out lunchtime theatre series.
What is ergonomics? How can it play a role in addressing the aches and pains I feel in my bones and muscles? A strong link has been found between workplace physical exposures and work-related musculoskeletal conditions.
Join us to learn how ergonomic principles can help reduce stress and prevent workplace injuries associated with the overuse of muscles, bad posture and repeated tasks.
On Thursday, April 6, from 7 to 8pm, Robin Jaffee Frank, chief curator of the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, will talk at Westport Historical Society about the role of art in swaying public opinion in the colonies in favor of the Revolutionary War and how it also helped our ancestors forge a sense of their national identity.
Join us in welcoming one of the country’s preeminent singer-songwriters, Rosanne Cash, to The Center! Cash’s exciting show celebrates her highly-acclaimed and three time Grammy winning album, The River & the Thread, a collection of beautiful and varied songs about the American South, the place of her birth and the home of her ancestors.
The Center is proud to present an evening with humorist and regular National Public Radio contributor David Sedaris, author of bestsellers “Naked,” “Me Talk Pretty One Day,” and “Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim.” Tweaking the familiar until it warps, David Sedaris mines poignant comedy from his life. His wickedly witty observations of the ordinary-bizarre are always sure to inspire insight