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Past Programs at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center

  • La Guardia Community College/CUNY Media Studies

    October 29

  • Exhibition-based visit for Kindergarten class

    October 27

     

    A special needs Kindergarten class from PS 112M visited the Sesame Street exhibition in the morning of October 27, 2014.   The children, with teachers, parents and chaperons, learned about designing and making muppets and writing songs about numbers.

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  • Passport program in Sesame Street exhibition

    October 25

    The New Yok Public Library for the Performing Arts collaborated with Lincoln Center's Visitor Services on an exhibition-based program for families.   10+ families enrolled in Lincoln Center's Passport series (for families with a child on the autism spectrum) attended an exhibition tour and art 

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  • Professional Development program for East Orange, NJ, teachers

    October 22

  • Neighborhood Playhouse theater students

    September 24

    An orientation program and tour for 37 Second year theatre students from the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre, organized by the Librarian.    First Year students come later in the semester.

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  • NYPL Trivia Concert with PROJECT Trio

    September 17

    This program takes place at (le) Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street - The Gallery at LPR.

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  • DoE/LCE Middle School Boot Camp Visual Arts Students

    August 8

    The NYC Department of Education collaborated with Lincoln Center Education and the Education staff of constituent members to develop a "boot camp" for middle school students to prepare them for the auditions and/or portfolio reviews needed to get into a magnet performing and visual arts high 

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  • DoE/LCE Middle School Boot Camp Theater Students

    August 7

    The NYC Department of Education collaborated with Lincoln Center Education and the Education staff of constituent members to develop a "boot camp" for middle school students to prepare them for the auditions and/or portfolio reviews needed to get into a magnet performing and visual arts high 

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  • DoE/LCE Middle School Boot Camp Instrumental Music Students

    August 5

    The NYC Department of Education collaborated with Lincoln Center Education and the Education staff of constituent members to develop a "boot camp" for middle school students to prepare them for the auditions and/or portfolio reviews needed to get into a magnet performing and visual arts high 

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  • DoE/LCE Middle School Boot Camp Vocal Music Students

    August 5

    The NYC Department of Education collaborated with Lincoln Center Education and the Education staff of constituent members to develop a "boot camp" for middle school students to prepare them for the auditions and/or portfolio reviews needed to get into a magnet performing and visual arts high 

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  • DoE/LCE Middle School Boot Camp Dance Students

    August 4

    The NYC Department of Education collaborated with Lincoln Center Education and the Education staff of constituent members to develop a "boot camp" for middle school students to prepare them for the auditions and/or portfolio reviews needed to get into a magnet performing and visual arts high 

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  • Arts Intensive Vocal Music program

    July 11 to July 12

    The High School Vocal Music students in the Department of Education's Arts Intensive programvisited Friday morning, July 11.  It is the first of four programs in music that will come to LP for orientation and training on enhancing repertories.   Karen Burke and Bob Kosovsky showed them 

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  • Annual visit from Musical Theater Workshop

    May 27

    Julie Boyd and Mana Allen brought their students from the Fordham University summer term Musical Theater Workshop to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts for an orientation workshop and a chance to look at manuscript lead sheets and piano-vocal scores by Broadway songwriters held 

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  • Beatles exhibition visit

    May 7

    A class of 27 Middle School students from P.S. 168 The Bronx (District 75) visited the exhibition, Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles, the last scheduled visit for the popular exhibition.

     

     

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  • 5th Grade Music classes visit Beatles exhibition

    May 5

    The 5th grade Music classes at PS 11, Chelsea, visited for a program in Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles, paired with small group tours of the circulating music material. They learned to locate songs in the Song Index, circulating scores and CDs.  

     

     

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  • Tour for REFORMA, Northeast chapter

    May 2

     

    REFORMA, an ALA-affiliate association of librarians in Spanish-language collection development and service to Spanish-primary language users, meeting at the Library for the Performing Arts, received a tour of the facility and of the Beatles 

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  • Henry Street Settlement senior companion program program

    April 30

    A group of 20 volunteers from the Senior Companion Program at the Henry Street Settlement visited The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and the Beatles exhibition.  Discussion in the collections tour focused on the Henry Street Settlement, and the importance of its components 

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  • PS200 Retired Teachers

    April 24

    A group of 12 retired teachers from PS200 (Brooklyn) visited The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts for a building tour and Beatles exhibition tour.  This event was re-scheduled from Thursday, March 13, 2014, because of weather.

     

     

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  • Performing Arts Trivia Night at (le) Poisson Rouge

    February 20

    What happens when the expert curators and archivist of the library show up at one of New York’s most renowned nightclubs for the arts, (le) Poisson Rouge? The most imaginative arts focused trivia night this city’s ever seen.

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  • Research workshop for college dance class

    February 8

    10 dance students from Franklyn and Marshall College in Pennsylvania came to LPA to learn and practice research.  They focused  on individual topics in 20th century dance and practiced both computer catalogue and card catalogue techniques.  At the request of the teacher, Jennifer Conley, they 

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