BRONX CULTURE FEBRUARY ATTRACTIONS

Attraction

BRONX CULTURE TROLLEY VENUES
5:00-9:00pm
Meet at Longwood Art Gallery
at Hostos Community College
450 Grand Concourse at 149th Street

Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos

Exhibitions: Toys & Games with a Twist
and Stations of the Lost
Interactive Games in the Gallery

BronxArtworks Artisans Collective

Imaginative bronxArtworks creationsin all price
ranges are available for browsing and buying.

Bronx Museum of the Arts

Exhibitions: Guided Tour of Urban Archives: Our Town Pictures of the Bronx by Emilio Sanchez and Lobby-For-The-Time-Being

BRAC on the Block @ BronxArtSpace

Exhibition: Shifting Communities: The Work Office (TWO);
Publicworks Office (PwO); Work Progress Collective (WPC)

Bruckner Gallery at the Bruckner Bar & Grill

Exhibition: Botanic HD

CURRENTLY AT THE LONGWOOD ART GALLERY AT HOSTOS

Toys pixToys & Games with a Twist
Toys & Games with a Twist is a multi-media exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculpture, video, and board and video games

For this exhibition, the Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos is in partnership with Curate NYC as its Bronx exhibition site. Adult Content.

View and Play in our Interactive Game Room!
An additional component to Toys & Games with a Twist is an online interactive game room where you can play a half dozen games. Enjoy!

Stations of the Lost, inspired by the biblical Stations of the Cross, is a mixed-media installation by Sean Paul Gallegos that explores the growing disconnect from traditional religious iconography and belief systems in modern culture.

Note: Exhibition dates for Toys and Stations have been extended through March 7th.

EBONY ECUMENICAL ENSEMBLE
BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION
AT HOSTOS COMMUNTY COLLEGE

Black History Hostos pixThe Ebony Ecumenical Ensemble and Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture present Release Your Song, a Black History Month Celebration for the entire family with a rousing evening of gospel music, spirituals and anthems.

When: Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 7:00 pm.

Where: Hostos Community College
450 Grand Concourse at 149 Street.

Admission: $50, $35, $20.
Ask about Group Sales.
Click here to purchase tickets online.

Information & Tickets: 718-518-4455.

BCA's 2012
ART HANDLER TRAINING PROGRAM

Art Handler pix2012 Art Handler Training Program
online applications now available!

The AHTP application is available now and open to all individuals looking to pursue a career in the art handling / fine arts industry. This is an extremely competitive process. Apply now!

Deadline for application:
Friday, February 17, 2012.

FREE PUPPET MAKING WORKSHOP
Saturday, February 18, 12:30-3:00pm
Huntington Free Library
9 Westchester Square
(next to Apple Savings Bank)
718-829-7770

Puppet Making with Lucrecia Novoa
Have a fun-filled afternoon with puppet maker Lucrecia Novoa who will help you create a small puppet that you will be proud to display.

FREE WRITING WORKSHOP
Barnes-Noble pix
Bronx Writers Center
Writing Workshops at Barnes & Noble
Friday, February 24, 6-8pm

Bronxwriters of all ages, register for "How to Write a Screenplay" this is one of a series of free hands-on workshop for writers of all levels and ages. Admission is free and all are welcome.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION
Owen Dolen Recreation Center
Friday / February 24 / 6:00-8:00pm

BCA, the Association of the Merchants & Business Professionals of Westchester Square, City of New York Parks & Recreation, and Council Member James Vacca invite you to the 2012 Black History Month Celebration at the Owen Dolen Recreation Center. Admission is free and all are welcome.

George FaisonSpecial Guest: Dr. George W. Faison, Tony Award winner for the Broadway Musical The WIZ

The evening will include:

A video of Dr. Faison’s choreographic work,
A motivational talk by Dr. Faison,
A performance by Faison’s youth group, R.E.S.P.E.C.T., and the young dancers
from Milteri Tucker’s after-school dance class at Owen Dolen.

The evening features dancer/choreographer Milteri Tucker, Bronx Council on the Arts Artist Teacher, and Owen Dolen's after-school and the teen program performing an adaptation of "The Wiz."