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Council-Sponsored Events in New York State

Experience the humanities in action - take in an exhibition, attend a lecture series, or join a discussion group this month! The events listed here are either presented by the Council or by organizations that have been awarded Council grants or Speakers in the Humanities funding; all are open to the public. Please note that times and venues may change. Please contact the sponsoring organization to confirm event details.

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Apr 24 2014 Newark Traditional and Historical Songs of New York State More >
Apr 24 2014 New York From the Borscht Belt to Seinfeld: The Evolution of Jewish American Comedy More >
Apr 25 2014 Brooklyn Congress of Curious Peoples, Opening Party More >
Apr 26 2014 North Tonawanda 1812: New York's War, New York's Impetus More >
Apr 26 2014 Binghamton 19th Century Circus: Sex, Violence and Politics More >
Apr 26 2014 Hempstead Fugitive Art and Fugitive Testimony: Slave Narratives Then and Now More >
Apr 26 2014 Long Island City A Peek at the Underside of American Victorian History: Murder Most Foul! More >
Apr 26 2014 Randolph Gretchen Sepik performing Mary Jemison More >
Apr 26 2014 Tupper Lake Common Threads: Adirondack Quilts Tell Their Stories More >
Apr 26 2014 Granville Religion and Superstition in the Lives of Italians and Italian Americans More >
Apr 26 2014 Mount Vernon Sin and Subversion: The Rise and Fall of Book Censorship in America More >
Apr 28 2014 New York Shakespeare Without Words: The Tempest and The Dream More >
Apr 28 2014 Brooklyn Industrial Ladies, A Lecture by Evan Michelson More >
Apr 29 2014 Merrick The Ethnic Musicals: Assimilation and Integration More >
Apr 29 2014 Pelham Women's Rights: A Struggle of Class, Race and Ethnicity More >
Apr 29 2014 Cedarhurst The Golden Age of Television: What Made the 1950s So Special for American T.V. More >
Apr 29 2014 Brooklyn Acep Hale: Chicanery, Counting, and Cee-lo: Memory and Simulation in Service to Skulduggery More >
Apr 30 2014 Geneva Looking Out/Looking In: How Literature Helps Us Understand and Overcome "Otherness" Discussion 4 More >
Apr 30 2014 Commack America's Nine First Ladies From New York State More >
Apr 30 2014 Dix Hills Cooling Mother Earth: New York's Footprint in Nature, Then and Now More >
Apr 30 2014 Chazy Making Sense of the Civil War: Third Discussion More >
Apr 30 2014 Schenectady Serving More >
Apr 30 2014 Cicero Making Sense of the Civil War More >
May 1 2014 Albany American-Jewish Music & African-American Music: Shared Visions & Dreams More >
May 1 2014 Binghamton Lincoln on the Civil War More >
May 1 2014 Brooklyn Kirlian Devices, William Burroughs, and Radionic Photography - An Illustrated Series of Lectures by Shannon Taggart, James Riley More >
May 2 2014 New Rochelle Gilded Age Psyches: An Epic of Victorians Run Wild More >
May 2 2014 New Rochelle A Peek at the Underside of American Victorian History: Murder Most Foul! More >
May 2 2014 Saratoga Springs Tradition in Movement: The Dance Culture of Guatemala Exhibition Reception More >
May 2 2014 Brooklyn TravSD: From Angels to Anarchists: The Evolution of the Marx Brothers More >
May 3 2014 Staten Island Making Sense of the Civil War More >
May 3 2014 Brooklyn From Shore to Shore: Boat Builders and Boatyards of Long Island More >
May 3 2014 Westfield Neighborhoods of Brooklyn More >
May 3 2014 Seneca Falls Inspired By Our Foremothers: 19th Century Women Leaders on Gender, Reform, Racism, and Religion: Third Discussion More >
May 4 2014 Stone Ridge America's Nine First Ladies From New York State More >
May 4 2014 New York Reading into History Family Book Club Wrap Event: The Race to Save the Lord God Bird by Phillip Hoose More >
May 4 2014 Montauk Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark More >
May 4 2014 Loudonville American-Jewish Music & African-American Music: Shared Visions & Dreams More >
May 4 2014 New York Reading into History Family Book Club Wrap Event: The Race to Save the Lord God Bird by Phillip Hoose More >
May 5 2014 Bohemia Tracing Italian Immigrant History to the Italian American Present More >
May 5 2014 Utica War of 1812: Fury, Frenzy and Honor More >
May 6 2014 Brooklyn The Rodgers and Hammerstein Era: Reinventing Musical Theater More >
May 6 2014 Rochester Muslim Journeys More >
May 6 2014 Callicoon Serving More >
May 7 2014 Farmingdale 19th Century Circus: Sex, Violence and Politics More >
May 7 2014 Tuckahoe Muslim Journeys: Third Discussion More >
May 7 2014 Pultneyville The War of 1812: Songs and Stories from New York and Beyond More >
May 8 2014 New York On the Waterfront and the Hollywood Blacklist More >
May 9 2014 New York The Immigrant Saga: A Memoir of the Lower East Side & Early Jewish American Writers More >
May 10 2014 Millerton 19th Century Circus: Sex, Violence and Politics More >
May 10 2014 Hudson We Listen to Learn: A Community Conversation and Exhibition about Learning and Education More >
May 10 2014 Elmira Community Conversation for Kids at Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum More >
May 11 2014 Barneveld The Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) Influence on Women's Rights More >
May 12 2014 Manhasset "Where Have You Gone Joe Dimaggio," Jackie Robinson, and Hank Greenberg: Ethnic Heroes in Baseball's Melting Pot More >
May 12 2014 New Rochelle Objects and Memory More >
May 12 2014 Commack The Police and the Constitution More >
May 12 2014 Hopewell Junction From Garden to Table More >
May 13 2014 Brightwaters Swept by Ocean Breezes: A History of Coney Island More >
May 13 2014 Long Beach The Ethnic Musicals: Assimilation and Integration More >
May 13 2014 New York SARATOGA: QUEEN OF THE COUNTRY More >
May 14 2014 Lake George Common Threads: Adirondack Quilts Tell Their Stories More >
May 14 2014 Woodstock Working More >
May 14 2014 Huntington Station Lincoln on the Civil War More >
May 15 2014 Stillwater Dutch Influence on the American Kitchen and Life More >
May 15 2014 Albany Celebrating the Manteo Sicilian Marionette Tradition in New York More >
May 15 2014 Florida Growing & Aging More >
May 15 2014 Hudson Objects and Memory More >
May 15 2014 New Hyde Park Traveling the New York City African American Experience 1623-1830 More >
May 16 2014 Orchard Park The American Arts and Crafts Movement in New York State More >
May 16 2014 Clarence The American Arts and Crafts Movement in New York State More >
May 16 2014 Greenport Kings of Capital and Knights of Labor: A History of Work and Industry in New York More >
May 17 2014 Staten Island Making Sense of the Civil War More >
May 17 2014 Tappan Growing & Aging More >
May 17 2014 Bronx Bronx Literary Festival More >
May 17 2014 Seneca Falls Inspired By Our Foremothers: 19th Century Women Leaders on Gender, Reform, Racism, and Religion: Fourth Discussion More >
May 18 2014 Seneca Falls North Star Shining: New York State's Freedom Trail -- An Illustrated Journey Along the Underground Railroad More >
May 18 2014 Kinderhook From Garden to Table More >
May 19 2014 Weedsport Traditional and Historical Songs of New York State More >
May 19 2014 Holbrook Where Comedy Went to School More >
May 20 2014 New Rochelle Listening Matters: Take an Audio Journey Through Time More >
May 20 2014 West Nyack Swept by Ocean Breezes: A History of Coney Island More >
May 20 2014 Rochester Muslim Journeys More >
May 20 2014 Great Neck Designer Children More >
May 21 2014 Leroy Defiant Monkey performing All Together Now More >
May 21 2014 Roslyn Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark More >
May 22 2014 East Islip The Legacy of New Deal Art on Long Island More >
May 22 2014 Saranac Lake Frankenstein Lives! The Continuing Relevance of Mary Shelley's Novel More >

 

Exhibitions and Ongoing Events

Feb 9 2013
Dec 31 2014
Mt. Vernon St. Paul's Church and the Civil War More >
May 25 2013
Oct 25 2015
Lake Placid Developing our History, Finding our Family: The Stedman and Moses Collection of Historic Photographs More >
Nov 10 2013
Apr 30 2014
Amherst Erie Canal Exhibit Update More >
Nov 14 2013
Nov 14 2014
Albany Robert Orsi: The Gods of Gotham: Religion and the Making of New York, 1800-1950 More >
Feb 24 2014
Aug 11 2014
Suffern Philosophy Looks At Religion More >
Mar 1 2014
Dec 31 2014
New York The New York Times Feminist Reading Group More >
Apr 18 2014
Jul 12 2014
Brooklyn From Shore to Shore: Boat Builders and Boatyards of Long Island More >
Apr 25 2014
May 4 2014
Brooklyn Congress of Curious Peoples More >
May 3 2014
May 4 2014
Brooklyn A Congress FOR Curious People More >
May 4 2014
Jun 29 2014
Staten Island Growing and Aging in America More >
May 10 2014
May 11 2014
Edwards Now at the Uncertain Hour More >