I am going to be all over Queens this weekend!
Starting in Rockaway for the Honey Harvest to Flushing Town Hall on Saturday and then off to Woodhaven Sunday Night for a free film premiere of a JH artist...circling back to Jackson Heights for a performance Monday night at the library...details below
All that JAZZ!
IF YOU ARE IN JH though- check out the local artists at NOVO anytime -
plus they are featured in films around town!
Bill Seifert on display with his jazz inspired graphic works - tributes to the greats: Duke Ellington,
the Gershwin Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald
Frank Loesser and many more.
JH artists in - on - about FILMS !
here is a sample of CONRAD STOJAC's dynamic work below on display at NOVO this month ...very bold and beautiful too...
he is also a filmmaker and his latest independent film,
will be featured in a unique and special FREE premiere, shown in a famous and historic corner pub in Woodhaven:
SUNDAY SEPTEMER 18 at 7pm - FREE
Neirs Tavern and Cafe-
right of the J train at 75th/Eldert Lane exit.
87-48 78TH ST. WOODHAVEN, 718-296-0600
This pub has been on that corner for over 175 years!
PLUS it is the infamous location for the volatile bar scenes with DeNiro and Pesci in Goodfellas by Martin Scorcese.
Norma Greenwood- displays some ethereal and colorful works at NOVO for this month's show and just wrote to us!
"Did you see THE SMURFS?
If you saw the movie, then you saw my painting!
Right behind Julia Sweeney.
It appeared at the beginning but just in case you missed it: I am attaching a photo of the painting titled, "Blue Flowers."
What fun being in the movies! "
SUNDAY STREET FESTIVAL:
The Fifteenth Annual
International Heritage Day
82nd StreetBusiness Improvement District
WHEN:Sunday, September 18, 2011
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
WHERE:82nd Street in Jackson Heights
MONDAY JH THEATRE:
De Novo is a documentary theatrical piece, a true story, crafted from immigration court transcripts, interviews, and letters that recount the harrowing story of Edgar Chocoy. As a 14-year-old, he fled gang violence in Guatemala and traveled over 3,000 miles, through three countries, to the United States in search of his mother.
De Novo depicts the plight of “unaccompanied alien minors” held in immigration custody in the U.S. and the fight for justice and asylum.
Another FANTASTIC and POIGNANT FREE EVENT -
WHEN! Monday, September 19, 2011 at 6:30 PM
WHERE! Jackson Heights Library 35-51 81st Street
See you on the avenue,