Monthly Archives: October 2020

Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1933–42 to Open October 31

Exhibition Dates: October 31, 2020–June 13, 2021 Exhibition Location: The Met Fifth Avenue, Gallery 599 Focused display will feature textiles and archival documents related to the educational initiative  Between 1933 and 1942, The Metropolitan Museum of Art organized one of its especially noteworthy landmark educational initiatives to bring the Museum’s collection to as many New Yorkers as possible. Called the

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Salesforce Anywhere Adds Real-Time Sales and Service Data to Your CRM to Help Make Smarter, Faster Decisions

Salesforce Anywhere is a new and real-time way for sales and service reps to collaborate with your team and make faster and smarter decisions, conveniently within your CRM. We first launched the Anywhere app to help sales and service reps act fast in this new normal. Now, Salesforce Anywhere will help teams create a richer single source of truth by

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BFC’s IPF Launches Long Term Project to Celebrate British Black Fashion & Culture

The BFC’s Institute of Positive Fashion announces its second project, The Missing Thread, in partnership with the Black Oriented Legacy Development Agency. The project will celebrate British Black Fashion & Culture from 1975 to now through a series of programmed events, culminating in a major exhibition in summer 2022. The fashion industry currently lacks a resource of vital Black British contributions from a

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Women’s Suffrage and Voting Rights Now (Grades 6 – 12)

Women’s Suffrage and Voting Rights Now  Join us for an Interactive Student Workshop for Grades 6 – 12. Discover diverse leaders within the women’s suffrage movement and the tactics they used to expand voting rights. Learn about how their racial and ethnic identities and class experiences shaped their political views and strategies. Looking back 100 years to the passage of the 19th amendment, students will explore the

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SHIPWRECK – Now Available for On Demand Listening

“ Washburn has a good ear for ripped-from-the-op-ed-page outrage.” –  Alexandra Schwartz, The New Yorker   “The radio play features compelling deliveries of the figures, their attitudes, and the playwright’s descriptive, articulate, and often elevated poetic language by the excellent cast.” – Deb Miller, DC METRO Now available! SHIPWRECK is the new collaboration between playwrightAnne Washburn and Public Theater Associate Artistic Director, Saheem Ali. You can

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“Inhabiting the Landscape – Where Art Meets the Living World”: Parfums Christian Dior and Beaux-Arts de Paris create new endowed chair

Parfums Christian Dior has joined the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris to create a new course at the prestigious fine arts school. Culminating with the La Colle Noire Dior Award, this groundbreaking program aims to train artists who reinvent the relationship between art and nature. Prior to becoming a legendary couturier-perfumer, Christian Dior was a visionary gallerist with

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Showing nightly on Astor Place: SAY THEIR NAMES & THE SEED PROJECT

SAY THEIR NAMES On Display November 11 – December 5 On repeat from 6:30PM – 2:00AM ESTSAY THEIR NAMES will honor, remember, and include at least 2,000 names and accompanying sentences of Black lives murdered at the hands of the police. Curated by Garlia Cornelia Jones, this installation will cover the entire front of the landmark building and feature work by ten visual artists from

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GRAMMY Museum November 2020 Digital Schedule: Jimi Hendrix, Dave Mason, Loudon Wainwright & More

The GRAMMY Museum has announced the next round of new and never-before-released digital content for November 2020, including new COLLECTION:live programs, a Spotlight Saturdays takeover with Capitol Music Group, a Latin GRAMMYs digital exhibit and more The GRAMMY Museum has announced its programming schedule for November 2020, which includes new and never-before-released digital content and a fresh round of interviews and performances

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