Friday, November 9, 2012

☞ SEE: Around Harlem This Weekend

Friday, November 9th, 6:00PM-9:00PM, Echoes From Afar A Time To Keep & A Time To Let Go opening reception at Art in Flux Harlem, 1961 ACP/7th Avenue and 118th Street. A dual gallery and collaboration with Filmmaker: Ebbe Bassey; Curators: Beatrice Lebreton and Ibou Ndoye; and Production Manager: Belynda M’bay ​ Artists, Poets, Dancers and Musicians are invited to present work in response to the short film, Siri Oko Fo (Mending Fences) by Ebbe Bassey.  More details on this exhibit can be found at the Art in Flux site: LINK

Friday, November 9th, Reflections opening reception at La Maison d'Art Gallery, 259 West 132nd Street. A presentation of six photographers exploring the world of mirror imagery. Featuring Artists: Eric Henderson, Jay Farkas, Will Vaultz, Allicette Torres, David Morel and Jacques Baudrier. Live music provided by Martha Vie. Come and Toast with these Remarkable Photographers! Enjoy an Evening of Photography & Music: LINK

Saturday, November 10th, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, The Morningside Park Farmers Market at 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue. Drop by the corner of 110th and Manhattan Avenue to check out what's in season at the Morningside Park Farmers Market. These local markets only grow and improve with community support so make sure to visit each Saturday: LINK.

Saturday, November 10th, 2:00PM-3:30PM, Lecture: From Cappuccino to Jambalaya: Food and American Identity at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, 65 Jumel Terrace between 160th and 161st Street. It’s been said that one of the most enduring markers of ethnic identity is cuisine. From fast food to slow food and everything in between, we will explore how eating, cooking and even shopping for food are rich social activities. This conversation examines the ways in which food and the act of eating are important ways of defining who we are. The presentation is sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities.Advanced registration is required.  Call 212 923 8008

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