Huntington Arts Council
The Transition Network, Long Island Chapter, in cooperation with Hofstra University Continuing Education and the Huntington Arts Council, Cordially invites you to its annual Book and Author Tea Sunday, April 18, 2010, 2-4 p.m. at the Hofstra University Club featuring
Elinor Lipman, best-selling author of 9 novels including The Family Man, My Latest Grievance, The Pursuit of Alice Thrift and The Inn at Lake Devine. She will be interviewed by author Ellen Meister about creating novels with wit, wisdom and a beating heart.
Cynthia Baxter and Anne Canadeo: two Long Island authors engage in a lively dialogue about writing mysteries. Interviewed by Debbi Honorof, Long Island Woman book columnist and TTN-LI member.
With opening remarks by Maria Garcia Kalb, KJOY radio personality and author of 101 Ways to Torture Your Husband.
Gourmet teas and coffee, French and Italian pastries and fresh fruit. Book signing to follow tea; books available for sale. Tickets: $20 TTN members; $25 non-members.
For more information and to register online, visit the Transition Network’s website or call 516-622-4837.
Photography Exhibit Deadline April 23
Juror Neil Scholl will be selecting work for the Huntington Arts Council’s upcoming photography exhibit. A downloadable prospectus is on our website.
Children’s Workshop April 24
Environmental artist Tonito Valderrama shows kids ages 5-10 how to create a symbolic Native American talking stick in a workshop on Saturday, April 24 from 1:30-3 p.m. at the Huntington Arts Council, 213 Main St., Huntington. Space is limited, so sign up now by calling Arts-in-Education Coordinator Caitlin Apostoli at 631-271-8423 x14. Fee of $20 includes all materials.
Artists Need Not Struggle: NYFA SOS Grants Available
Strategic Opportunity Stipends from the NY Foundation for the Arts can provide funds (up to $600) to help cover costs of an upcoming opportunity. Visit www.nyfa.org/SOS for an application; deadline is May 25. The East End Arts Council is holding 3 free information sessions on how to apply for the SOS grant. To register, call 631-727-0900. One of the workshops is at the Huntington Arts Council, 213 Main St., Huntington, on Wednesday, April 28 from 1-2 p.m.
The LI Creative Arts provisional website is hosting a forum on questions developed in a meeting held by the Cultural Arts News – Action Committee last week on the subject of “Long Island Current Art News Project Objectives.” Your participation is requested at http://liart.webs.com. The Forum posts link is in the lower left corner.
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