The City University of New York Graduate Center announces the following public programs to be held during the month of February at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street. For further information about the Graduate Center and its public programs, visit www.gc.cuny.edu.
On Friday, January 21, 4-6 pm, the Martin E. Segal Theatre will host a book party celebrating the publication of author David Manning's novel Dead Letters. A humorous, offbeat mystery, the book is the third of Mr. Manning's works to be published over the past year; others include a dystopian satire titled A Brief History of the Recent Future and Sylvia’s Violin: The Amber Eye, a young-adult fantasy. The free, public event will include readings from each of the three books, book sales, and an informal reception.
The City University of New York Graduate Center announces the following public programs to be held during the month of October at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street. For further information about the Graduate Center and its public programs, visit www.gc.cuny.edu.
Music in Midtown – the popular free lunchtime chamber concert series at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York – will present six performances in its Winter/Spring 2009 season, beginning February 19.
A New, Free Concert Series at The Graduate Center
This fall, the CUNY Graduate Center is presenting the first public showing of Jules Feiffer’s original drawings for The Long Chalkboard and Other Stories, three stories for adults by Feiffer’s wife, Jenny Allen.
Long before the observational humor of New Yorker cartoons, Woody Allen, and Jerry Seinfeld, the popular 19th-century French artist Henry Monnier, who was also a celebrated playwright and actor, chronicled modern life with precision and irony at a time when modern life was just being invented.
Sample the upcoming season with 20 performances in 4 days at 1 location
The CUNY Graduate Center's "Great Music for a Great City" concert series (Caroline Stoessinger, Artistic Director) presents a "Salute to France," celebrating French-American Friendship with a free concert on Bastille Day eve.