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Teach for America
York College Theatre presents the New York premier of TEACH FOR AMERICA, a new play by Rob Ackerman
The Business of Music - Special Guest Lecturer, Robert Celestin
The York College Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts, in association with NAFME presents, "The Business of Music" with special guest lecturer, Robert Celestin.
The Ellington Tribute
The York College Gospel Chorus celebrates the life and legacy of Duke Ellington and honors the Black American Heritage Foundation.
The Lynching Of Emmett Till
Emmett Louis Till was born in Chicago Il, on July 25, 1941. Shortly after his birth, his parents Louis and Mamie separated leaving Mamie as the sole parent. In 1955, Emmett and his cousin went to visit family in Mississippi.
The Mechanics and Magic of Art Gallery Curatorship
Dr. Margaret Vendryes & Mario Picayo present the procedures, from inception to the opening reception, of a fine arts gallery exhibition.
The Passing of Prof. Arthur Anderson
Arthur Anderson, former Professor of Fine Arts, passed away on March 11, from complications of Pneumonia after having been hospitalized because of a fall in his home.
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The Passing of Professor Emeritus Phillips Simkin
The Passing of Professor Emeritus Phillips Simkin - Professor of Sculpture, Department of Performing and Fine Arts
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The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans Deadline
The purpose of The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is to provide opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields.
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The Steve Kroon Sextet
Steve Kroon, studied Afro-Cuban percussion with Tommy López, Sr. and..
The Tempest
Shakespeare’s enduring fantasy takes us to a mysterious island where things are seldom what they seem.