Actions | Demonstrations | Not-For-Profit Events

WBAI publishes this calendar of events that we think might be of interest to our listeners and members. As a community service, we also offer the on-the-air Community Bulletin Board to help not-for-profit organizations publicize their events to the community at large.

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July 19, Wednesday - December 31, Sunday Art from Santiago Ribeiro at Times Square NY (Independent)
09:30 AM at 4 Times Square, New York, NY 10036, USA
None: Free

Exhibit: The Art of Santiago Ribeiro displayed at Times Square

The art of Portuguese surrealist painter Santiago Ribeiro will be displayed openly at the Times Square’s Nasdaq OMX Group, in New York City. His work will be shown daily, at random, alternately, lasting several minutes in each session, until December 31, 2017.

Santiago Ribeiro is a Portuguese surrealist painter dedicated to promoting the Surrealism of the 21st century, through exhibitions held around the world.

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October 9, Monday - January 1, Monday 12-Week Black Political Eduation Course (Harlem Liberation School)
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM at 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd NY, New York 10027
Admission: $5 per session

Harlem Liberation School wants to help get Black people get on the same page and eliminate confusion over important ideas, people and social movements To do this, we're offering a 10-12 week Political Education Course for the Black community! You can also click HERE to view the requirements, general curriculum outline and course materials. If you're interested, you can also call 347-806-9384 for more information.

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October 28, Saturday - November 19, Sunday Water is Life Art Exhibit Series (Raices Cultural Center)
5:00pm at Highland Park, NJ 08904
None: Free to the public   Tickets: n/a

Join Raíces Cultural Center, more than 50 local and international artists, and a dozen community partners for our opening reception of the Water Is Life Art Exhibit Series. Meet some of the local and international eco-warriors working on the front lines to protect our waters and mother earth. 

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October 31, Tuesday - November 25, Saturday (Pleiades Gallery)
11:00 PM - 6:00 PM at Pleiades Gallery, 530 West 25th St (10-11th Ave), 4th floor
None: Free to the Public

A magical architectural cruise aboard the decks of the Manhattan, an elegant 1920’s-style yacht, inspired Ellen Bradshaw’s newest series of oil paintings “Circling Manhattan”. Cruising through the Hudson, East and Harlem Rivers and circumnavigating the island of Manhattan affordeds a breathtaking perspective of the ever-changing NYC skyline and iconic sites and structures.

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November 4, Saturday - November 19, Sunday Jack Goes Boating (The Seeing Place Theater)
8pm at Paradise Factory 64 East 4th Street
Admission: $ 15   Tickets: Click Here For Tickets

"In love you either sink or swim..." To continue our season's “The Empathy Initiative”, The Seeing Place presents Bob Glaudini’s touching and warmhearted play JACK GOES BOATING. Written by Bob Glaudini, this revival marks the 10th Anniversary of the play’s premiere, originally produced/directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman at LAByrinth Theater.

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November 6, Monday - November 19, Sunday Beatriz Albuquerque, Tea Party Game (Louffa Press)
12 Noon at Macy Gallery 525 West 120th Street, New York, NY 10027
None: Free To The Public   Tickets: None

Beatriz Albuquerque, Tea Party Game Exhibition: 6-19 Nov. 2017 Performance: Thursday, Nov. 9th (5pm - 7pm) Organization: Cross Media Group & Louffa Press

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November 27, Monday - November 29, Wednesday Give-back Gift Shop (World Vision)
11:00 am at Bryant Park
None: Free to public   Tickets: None

This holiday season, the Christian humanitarian organization World Vision is bringing charitable giving to life in New York’s Bryant Park with a first-of-its-kind interactive pop-up shop. The Give-back Gift Shop will feature life-changing gifts such as farm animals, clean-water and child sponsorship which can be given in a loved one’s name this holiday season to help a family in need in the 100 countries where World Vision works.

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December 7, Thursday - December 9, Saturday BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance Presents The World Premiere Of Rose Walk Green Ice (BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance)
8:00 PM at Danspace Project 131 East 10th St. New York, NY 10003
Admission: $22, $25   Tickets: In Advance or At The Door

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is premiering rose walk green ice at Danspace Project, located at St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery. rose walk green ice culminates a trilogy that began with HOME and Agawam. HOME draws upon ritualistic process to elucidate the search for home via encounters, communication, and understanding of oneself and others. 

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December 9, Saturday Black Lives Matter Art Show (Occupy Art)
5:00 PM at 53 Stanton Street
None: Free   Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-lives-matter-art-show-tickets-39567083211?aff

Black Lives Matter | Carla Cubit of Occupy Art Opening Reception & Performances: December 9th, 5-8pm at Dacia Gallery. A performance by Ras Moshe Burnett and open jam session and open mic and a speaker from Take the Stands and The Stop Mass Incarceration Network, followed by an Artist Talk & Discussion.  Free posters will be available from The Stop Mass Incarceration Network Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. 

 Food and refreshments will be provided FREE

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January 20, Saturday We Will Not Be Silent! (Women's March Alliance)
at New York City

Over the past year, basic rights for women, immigrants, LGBTQ+, the religious and nonreligious, people of color and even Mother Earth have struggled to survive under the weight of the current administration. America’s First Amendment has been challenged and healthcare for millions has been threatened. We must stand together to demand and defend our rights. We will not be silent! Join us and let your voice echo from the streets of New York City to the capital city. Show the world that red, white and blue are colors of tolerance.
 

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