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Broad Strokes, A New Pen and Brush Exhibit
The 122-year-old arts organization debuts new 15-artist group show aimed to incite deeper considerations and reconsiderations of modern art history. Pen and Brush is pleased to present Broad Strokes, the second group art exhibition in their new state-of-the-art facility located in New York’s Flatiron District. Taking the name from the sometimes pejorative word for a tough woman, “Broad” also refers to the wide range of work and perspectives represented. Broad Strokes is on view at Pen and Brush, 29 East 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010, from April 1st through June 5th, 2016. There is an opening reception on Friday, April 1st from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and light refreshments and wine is served. The event is open to the public, but you are encouraged to RSVP by emailing email@example.com. A group show totaling 63 works by 15 different artists, Broad Strokes offers an earnest contemplation of modern art's rich history beyond the exclusionary lens of the accepted canon. As a result, Broad Strokes aims to incite and encourage deeper considerations and reconsiderations of the role modern art plays for contemporary women artists. Among the featured artists is Josephine Barreiro, whose colorful and energetic paintings reflect her upbringing in Newark, New Jersey’s Ironbound neighborhood as the daughter of Spanish immigrants. Barreiro is inspired by her love of graffiti art and the iconic work of Spanish painters from Diego Velazquez to Pablo Picasso. Not only is Barreiro's work in the show, she is live painting during the Broad Strokes opening on April 1st. All Pen and Brush events are open to the public. Please visit the events page for a full calendar of reading, events, discussions and more. Learn more at: penandbrush.org.
200 Hour RYT Training at ANYA
ANYA’s 200 Hour RYT Training explores ancient yogic teachings through a multifaceted lens to reveal both the timeless wisdom and the modern appeal of yoga. Their blending of Eastern and Western philosophies, cutting edge fitness & meditation techniques and focus on physical alignment, in combination with their unique cueing system, makes ANYA teachers stand out as masters of the art of teaching yoga. In 200 Hour ANYA Teacher Certification, you will: -Complete 200 Yoga Alliance Certification -Focus on 40 ANYA Shapes/Asana (postures) and explore how to weave together a fluid movement sequence for a 75-minute group class -Explore Yoga Philosophy and Ethics -Study Anatomy and Physiology, Pranayama (breathing techniques), Kriyas (yogic cleansing practices), Toning/Mantra, Meditation -Master Yoga Teaching Methodology and our Six-Level Cueing System that teaches, step-by-step, how to progress each shape to fit the specific needs of your students -Learn to use breath, verbal prompts and tactile feedback to sharpen your instincts and intuition and cultivate your authentic teaching voice Spring 2016 Training Every Monday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. March 14th – June 27th Weekends, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. March 19th & 20th April 16th & 17th May 21st & 22nd June 11th & 12th Tuition: $2,800 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Sign up by February 1st for a $200 tuition discount! Payment plans available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website here: http://www.studioanya.com/teacher/200-2/ to learn more!
DB2 and Mainframes Course at Touro College Graduate School of Technology
DB2 and Mainframes Course Now Available at Touro College Graduate School of Technology
Become job ready in 4 months!
Employers are waiting to hire DB2 administrators. Learn fundamental skills required to administer a DB2 database in a z/OS environment. Using lectures and hands-on exercises, the course covers TSO/E and ISPF, data sets, creation of DB2 objects, SQL, DB2 commands, Utility support, Recovery, Performance monitoring, JCL and SDSF.
3 graduate credits for eligible students.
The class will meet on Tuesday nights, 6:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m., at 27 West 23rd Street.
Prerequisite: basic database concepts and SQL
Class duration: January 26 – May 10
Course cost: $2,070
For more information or to register, contact:
Blogologues at the PIT
Blogologues is the brainchild of creators Allison Goldberg and Jen Jamula. It is the internet performed, word-for-word, onstage. They find the most fascinating things they can on the deep, dark interwebz and then perform it for y'all. (Not literally. The actual dark web is for trafficking organs and they would like to keep those where they are). They act out community forums, Missed Connections, Yelp reviews, OkCupid profiles, fan fiction, tweets, comment sections and more. Show starts at 8:00 p.m. Come early for a drink. Bar in the theater. See ya there!
Speaker Series with the Commanding Officer of the 13th Precinct
Join us at General Assembly for a presentation from Deputy Inspector Brendan Timoney (Commanding Officer of the NYC Police Department's 13th Precinct) as part of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership’s Speaker Series. He will discuss safety and security in the Flatiron District, with residents and business representatives in the area. RSVP here. Date: Friday, May 6th, 2016 Time: 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Location: General Assembly, 10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor About Commanding Officer of the NYC Police Department's 13th Precinct, Deputy Inspector Brendan Timoney Deputy Inspector Timoney joined the NYPD in 1998, starting in patrol at the 52nd Precinct in the Bronx. He has since worked in other Bronx precincts, at the Midtown North Precinct as a Sergeant, and in a unit that addresses quality-of-life issues. In 2011, he advanced to the title of Captain and was transferred to the 9th Precinct, where he served as Executive Officer. In 2013, Timoney became Commanding Officer of the 1st Precinct and subsequently transferred to the 13th Precinct as its Commanding Officer in March 2015. He was promoted to Deputy Inspector on August 31st, 2015. Timoney hails from a loyal lineage of NYPD officers; notably, his uncle is former First Deputy Commissioner John Timoney.
Elves Building Event at LEGO
Visit to the Flatiron District LEGO Store on Saturday, May 7th for an exclusive building event for fans of LEGO Elves! Take part in an exclusive build and you'll get to take your creation home. You'll also receive an Elves poster. This special event has limited space, so sign up early! See a Brick Specialist to register.
Madison Square and Jane Jacobs' Vision of Diversity
Madison Square is located at the heart of the bustling Flatiron neighborhood, which boasts an ideal mix of commercial and residential buildings, a museum, a courthouse, a hotel and renowned businesses, restaurants and shops. Enriching the area even further are its individual landmarks and two directly adjacent historic districts. While Madison Square is a neighborhood park of just over 6 acres, it contains elements touted by Jane Jacobs found in an ideal park. The park of today together in concert with the surrounding neighborhood provides an excellent example of a successful city center. These characteristics will become quite evident as we make our way around and through the area. This walk is sponsored by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership. SW corner of Madison Square Park in front of the Seward statue Saturday, May 7th, 2016, 1:00 p.m., 2 Hours For more information, click here.