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  • Membership Discounts | American Folk Art Museum
    Amsterdam Avenue 646 998 3002 www magpienewyork com 10 off all purchases Dining Boulud Sud 20 West 64th Street 212 595 1313 www danielnyc com bouludsud 10 discount on food and beverage at lunch requires minimum purchase of a main course and applies whether dining a la carte or prix fixe discount may not be combined with other promotions and does not apply to sales tax or gratuity La Boite en Bois 75 West 68th Street 212 874 2705 www laboitenyc com 10 discount on lunch limit one membership discount per party Radiance Tea House Books 158 West 55th Street 212 217 0442 www radiancetea com 10 discount on dine in food and beverage limit one membership discount per party Stone Rose Lounge 10 Columbus Circle Time Warner Center 4th floor 212 823 9770 www gerberbars com 10 discount on alcoholic beverages limit one membership discount per party Whiskey Park 100 Central Park South 212 307 9222 www gerberbars com 10 discount on alcoholic beverages limit one membership discount per party wichcraft 61 West 62nd Street at Broadway and all other New York City locations www wichcraftnyc com 10 discount on purchases Visitors Location Hours Tours Exhibitions Calendar About Us

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/support/membership-discounts/ (2016-02-14)
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  • Tips for Families | American Folk Art Museum
    an imaginary story based on your theme Asking Questions See what you discover together by looking carefully at the artworks and asking your child many questions throughout your museum experience Ask your little one s what they first notice about a work of art and subsequent questions such as what details are in the picture what colors has this artist used what is the mood of this painting Encourage even deeper personal connections with questions such as Find a work of art that features a figure you would like to befriend What do you see that draws you to this figure or Find a work of art that tells a secret What does it tell you Gallery Activities Extend your conversations by using other activity prompts to encourage your child to look deeper into an artwork For a work of art that depicts a place imagine what it might be like there What could you hear smell or feel in that place Would you want to live there Draw a picture of yourself in that place what do you depict yourself doing For an artwork that tells a story imagine what might be happening in the moments directly following the moment that the artist captures Draw how you envision this story to unfold in the moments that ensue Sketch an artwork that includes a strong central character what might s he be thinking or feeling Include a thought bubble over your interpretation of the figure and fill it with the character s internal dialogue Discuss together what alternate titles you would each assign the artwork you are discussing Compare to the artist s chosen title What qualities does this artwork possess that supports the title you are drawn to Does the artists given title change your opinion about the artwork

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/visit/tips-for-families/ (2016-02-14)
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  • Upcoming | American Folk Art Museum
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    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/programs/upcoming?category=36 (2016-02-14)
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  • Upcoming | American Folk Art Museum
    Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery and Benevolence Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Free Performances 19 Feb 2016 Free Music Fridays Anana Kaye Shawan and the Wonton and Jessi Robertson Shawan and the Wonton photo by Stephen Cavrich 5 30 pm 7 30 pm Free Performances 24 Feb 2016 Jazz Wednesdays Join jazz trio Bill Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery and Benevolence Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Free Performances 26 Feb 2016 Free Music Fridays Sean Lee Moha Ngom and Niall Connolly Niall Connolly photo by Art Heffron 5 30 pm 7 30 pm Free Performances 02 Mar 2016 Jazz Wednesdays Join jazz trio Bill Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery and Benevolence Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Free Performances 04 Mar 2016 Free Music Fridays Jalopy Theatre presents Eva Salina and Peter Stan 5 30 pm 7 30 pm Free Performances 09 Mar 2016 Jazz Wednesdays Join jazz trio Bill Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery and Benevolence Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Free Performances 11 Mar 2016 Free Music Fridays Kami Maltz Sara Ontaneda and Amy Soucy Kami Maltz photo by Zohar Ralt 5 30 pm 7 30 pm Free Performances 16 Mar 2016 Jazz Wednesdays Join jazz trio Bill Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery and Benevolence Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Free Performances 18 Mar 2016 Free Music Fridays Sharon Goldman Thea Hopkins and Jessy Tomsko Jessy Tomsko photo by Chris Grace 5 30 pm 7 30 pm Free Performances 23 Mar 2016 Jazz Wednesdays Join jazz trio Bill Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery and Benevolence Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Free Performances 25 Mar 2016 Free Music Fridays Vincent Cross Heather Eatman and Rebecca Jordan Rebecca Jordan photo by Falcon Griffin 5 30 pm 7 30 pm Free Performances 30 Mar 2016 Jazz Wednesdays Join jazz trio Bill Wurtzel Jay Leonhart and Sharon Fisher for music celebrating the ideals of fellowship labor charity passage and wisdom themes in Mystery

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/programs/upcoming?category=26 (2016-02-14)
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  • Folk Art Pioneers Series: Lindsay Pollock on Edith Halpert 9/21 | American Folk Art Museum
    art galleries in Greenwich Village the Downtown Gallery Image Artist unidentified Horse Toy probably Cumberland County Pennsylvania c 1860 1890 paint on poplar 11 3 4 x 12 3 8 x 3 1 2 American Folk Art Museum New York gift of Ralph Esmerian 2013 1 29 Ex coll Edith Halpert Photo Photo 2000 John Bigelow Taylor Click here to visit the museum s Vimeo page for an extensive selection

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/programs/folk-art-pioneers-series-lindsay-pollock-on-edith-halpert/?ID=9516 (2016-02-14)
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  • Lonnie Holley 5/20/15 | American Folk Art Museum
    Deputy Editor at The FADER will interview Holley about his visual and musical art A book launch for the publication When The Curtain Never Comes Down Performance Art and the Alter Ego will precede the interview and performance Artist Lonnie Holley exhibition curator Valérie Rousseau and other contributors to the publication will be present to sign copies post performance Doors will open at 6 30 pm To pre order the book click here Since 1979 Lonnie Holley has devoted his life to the practice of improvisational creativity His art has manifested in drawing painting sculpture photography performance and sound Holley s music and lyrics are improvised on the spot and morph and evolve with every event concert and recording In 2012 Holley released his first album Just Before Music on the label Dust to Digital In early 2014 Holley recorded with Richard Swift acclaimed musician and producer at the studio National Freedom in Cottage Grove Oregon Image Lonnie Holley Portland Oregon Photo Matt Arnett 2013 Click here to visit the museum s Vimeo page for an extensive selection of lectures dialogues and talks Gallery Visitors Location Hours Tours Exhibitions Calendar About Us Families Community Access Shop Researchers Library Archives Explore

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/programs/8598/?ID=8598 (2016-02-14)
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  • A Shared Legacy half-day symposium 1/22/15 | American Folk Art Museum
    Cooperstown Graduate Program a master s degree program in museum studies sponsored by SUNY Oneonta and the New York State Historical Association Falk is the author of the books Barns of New York and Architecture and Artifacts of the Pennsylvania Germans She additionally serves as co editor of Buildings Landscapes the journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum Falk did her undergraduate work at Penn State earned a master s degree in the Winterthur Program and completed a PhD in American Civilization at the University of Delaware A former curator at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum Richard Miller has contributed to books on American art and culture including Folk Art s Many Faces American Naive Paintings The Encyclopedia of American Folk Art The Encyclopedia of New England Expressions of Eloquence and Innocence Selections from the Jane Katcher Collection of Americana Vols I and II and his articles have appeared in The Magazine Antiques and American Furniture The guest curator of A Shared Legacy Folk Art in America he wrote contributions to the exhibition catalog and he continues researching and writing a monograph on the portrait painter Sheldon Peck Lisa Minardi is an assistant curator at the Winterthur Museum and a PhD candidate in the History of American Civilization Program at the University of Delaware A nationally renowned expert on Pennsylvania German art and culture she helped organize the landmark exhibition Paint Pattern People Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania 1725 1850 at Winterthur in 2011 and co authored the accompanying book of the same name She is also the author of Pastors Patriots The Muhlenberg Family of Pennsylvania and the forthcoming book Drawn With Spirit Pennsylvania German Fraktur From the Joan and Victor Johnson Collection Ralph Sessions is Director Special Projects at DC Moore Gallery New York Previously he was Chief

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/programs/a-shared-legacy-half-day-symposium/?ID=7109 (2016-02-14)
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  • Private Life of Folk Art Lecture 1/15/15 | American Folk Art Museum
    lives of these individuals and their era O Connell discussed how cultural attitudes toward food and dress love and marriage and work and death played important roles in their artistic expressions Dr Libby O Connell is Chief Historian and Senior Vice President of HISTORY A E Networks Image STILL LIFE WITH WATERMELON Daniel McDowell 1809 1880 Mount Vernon Ohio 1860 1880 oil on canvas 17 x 24 1 2 Photo

    Original URL path: http://folkartmuseum.org/programs/private-life-of-folk-art-lecture-11515/?ID=7808 (2016-02-14)
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