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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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Aug 23 2014 Staten Island Community Conversation at African Refuge Center, Inc. More >
Aug 26 2014 Franklin Our World Remade: World War I Introductory Session More >
Aug 27 2014 Riverhead Lecture: "Revenue Cutter Service: Forerunner to Today's United States Coast Guard" More >
Aug 28 2014 Schoharie Traditional and Historical Songs of New York State More >
Aug 28 2014 Middleburgh Traditional and Historical Songs of New York State More >
Aug 28 2014 Hunter Manhattan in the Mountains Lecture: Drs. Jeffrey Langford & Joanne Polk: "Romantic Chamber Music" More >
Aug 30 2014 Hunter Interpreting Mozart's Piano Music on Mozart's Pianos More >
Sep 3 2014 Dix Hills Cooling Mother Earth: New York's Footprint in Nature, Then and Now More >
Sep 3 2014 Ontario Women and the World Wars More >
Sep 5 2014 New York Hidden Beneath Our Feet - Working Archaeology on Governors Island: Meet the Archaeologists. More >
Sep 6 2014 Johnstown "Alleviating 'that undissembled sorrow:' Ritual and the Two Funerals of Sir William Johnson More >
Sep 6 2014 Boonville “War of 1812 Commemoration Carry” More >
Sep 9 2014 West Seneca Frankenstein Lives! The Continuing Relevance of Mary Shelley's Novel More >
Sep 9 2014 Rochester The War of 1812: Songs and Stories from New York and Beyond More >
Sep 10 2014 New York Hidden Beneath Our Feet - Working Archaeology on Governors Island: Meet the Archaeologists. More >
Sep 11 2014 Syracuse Kevin Powers: "FROM THE INSIDE OUT: A Veteran's Perspective in Poetry and Prose" More >
Sep 13 2014 Flushing Community Conversation for Kids at Queens Historical Society More >
Sep 14 2014 Quogue Art Deco New York: From the Chrysler Building to the Grand Concourse More >
Sep 16 2014 Franklin Our World Remade: World War I First Discussion More >
Sep 17 2014 Montrose Community Conversation at Hendrick Hudson Free Library More >
Sep 17 2014 Menands Wisdom as a Lifelong Pursuit: First Discussion More >
Sep 18 2014 Syracuse Serving: Standing Down Introductory Session More >
Sep 19 2014 New York Hidden Beneath Our Feet - Working Archaeology on Governors Island: Meet the Archaeologists. More >
Sep 20 2014 New Paltz Let Loose the Dogs of War: New York in the American Civil War More >
Sep 20 2014 Hempstead Celebrating Freedom More >
Sep 21 2014 Montauk George Washington's Long Island Spy Ring 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 14 2013
Nov 14 2014
Albany Robert Orsi: The Gods of Gotham: Religion and the Making of New York, 1800-1950 More >
Mar 1 2014
Dec 31 2014
New York The New York Times Feminist Reading Group More >
Jun 19 2014
Oct 19 2014
New York City Luis Moses Gomez: Merchant Pioneer of Colonial New York More >
Jun 26 2014
Dec 21 2014
Riverhead Special Exhibit: "Defense of the Eagle: The War of 1812, Long Island, and a Coast Guard Legend" More >
Jul 8 2014
Dec 31 2014
Glens Falls Stable Views: Life in the Backstretch of the Thoroughbred Racetrack More >
Sep 5 2014
Sep 28 2014
New York Hidden Beneath Our Feet - Working Archaeology on Governors Island: Self-Guided Walking Tour More >
Sep 5 2014
Sep 28 2014
New York Hidden Beneath Our Feet - Working Archaeology on Governors Island: Exhibit More >
Sep 12 2014
Sep 14 2016
Plattsburgh Living History The Final Invasion Plattsburgh, New York More >