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Bridge to Baraka

July 23, 25, & 26th Bridge to Baraka Manhattan Repertory Theatre 303 W. 42nd St., 6th Floor MRTRESERVATIONS@GMAIL.COM QC alum (Drama) Yvette Heyliger has a new play up at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre called Bridge to Baraka, which, Yvette tells me, is inspired by an elective she took during her degree, here at QC, about […]

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Kundiman @ Word For Word

Tuesday, July 22nd @ 7PM Bryant Park (between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues) New York, NY Head down to Bryant Park for a fantastic showcase of Kundiman writers. The literary lineup includes Sally Wen Mao, author of Mad Honey Symposium, which is hot (and I mean hot) off the presses from […]

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UnCommon Pages

Saturday, July 19th @ 10AM Freshkills Park 250 Wild Avenue Staten Island,NY Artist Susan Mills is working with Freshkills Park on a project to be presented at this year’s Sneak ‘Peak’ Festival on Staten Island, called UnCommon Pages. This Saturday, Susan will lead a group to harvest plants including phragmites, the invasive species on the […]

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History Detectives — TONIGHT!

Tuesday, July 15th @ 9 PM EST PBS, Channel 13 QC’s own Harold Schechter will be appearing on PBS’ History Detectives series tonight, at 9PM, discussing the infamous Texas Servant Girl Murders.  It’s sure to be gruesome and great. The Case: In 1884, a string of gruesome murders terrorized the people of Austin, Texas. Three […]

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Hawaiʻi Review

Hawai’i Review is seeking submissions for their upcoming issue. Their words: Issue 81: Muliwai seeks place-based poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, translation, visual art, and “other” submissions that commit to bodies of water. You may consider the theme of muliwai somewhat expansively but, we are especially interested in works that address the environmental impact of climate […]

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Queens Art Fund

The Queens Arts Fund (QAF) offers grants to Queens-based individual artists and non-profit organizations offering distinctive arts and cultural programming that directly serves the citizens of Queens. The Queens Arts Fund is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) with the support of Governor Cuomo and the New […]

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