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2015 Mansions Millionaires Designers Showcase At Mill Neck Manor - Room 7 Mind Spring
Published: 2015-5-01
All kinds of artistic projects - April 27 - 2015 - currently involved in nbsp Mansions amp Millionaires Designers Showcase at Mill Neck Manor - Please use these hashtags when joining the conversation about the event - MansionsAndMillionaires DS2015MNM - nbsp You will find more information about this by following amp clicking the LINK - https millneck org community-events designers-showcase-2015 img border 0 src http 2 bp blogspot com -6i92RUoL9FE VUORIz6SvmI AAAAAAAAAb4 Zo1Cvsw-1xk s1600 Antique-BLK---Web jpg height 206 width 320 Hoping it will be a fun participation - I am in Room 7 - Mind Spring - Mill Neck manor Magical Miniature Garden - Yep that s right a room of miniature art - It is the story of Pinks a magical creature who dwells on the grounds of Mill Neck enjoying the beauty of her surroundings She noticed that some of her flowering friends would go missing from the gardens but she would see them through the windows of the big house Pinks wondered why they would leave the open air and go inside So one day using her magic she turned herself into a beautiful flower and jumped into a basket laying on the ground with some of her flowering friends and they were swept away Inside thought Pinks we re going inside The basket was placed in the refrigerator of Room 6 Well it sure is dark in here We need some lights my friends and suddenly like a million stars the darkness became light Pinks noticed that outside looked a little sterile so she opened the door and ventured onto the counter This looks like it could be a very cozy place she thought and with a magical burst of energy grass began to creep across the counters That s much nicer she thought She jumped over to the window and threw it open wide Elves fairies come join me Let s Party And in a flash all of Pink s garden friends came inside helping turn the counter into a garden and the walls into a selfie art gallery These moments of horticultural revelry happen in seconds of human time which is hours of fairy time and Debra Ann Kasimakis has frozen such a party for you to view Come in to Pinks Party and let your Mind Spring into this miniature fantasy Mill Neck manor magical miniature garden For more information please call Special Events Coordinator Samantha Hallman at 516-628-4239 or e-mail shallman millneck org - nbsp For tickets and events - https millneck org community-events designers-showcase-2015 For information about Mill Neck manor visit http www millneckmanorhouse org nbsp Follow Debra on twitter - http twitter com Pandadollbaby
Long Island Fringe Festival 5 Supports Non-Profits LongIsland com
Published: 2013-7-09
Long Island Fringe Festival 5 Supports Non-Profits LongIsland com

Published: 2013-5-20
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2013 Town Of Oyster Bay Rotational Art Exhibit
Published: 2013-2-27
2013 Town of Oyster Bay Rotational Art Exhibit nbsp for the month of March - Featuring Debra Ann Kasimakis - The Rotational Arts Exhibits offer area artists and crafts people an opportunity to display their work in libraries banks and businesses throughout the Town of Oyster Bay Juried Art Shows co-sponsored by CAPA in conjunction with the Suburban Art League and the Independent Art Society offer local artists a venue to display their work and to compete with other artists img border 0 height 320 src http 3 bp blogspot com -uXFeFFm m0s US5LXwq9JNI AAAAAAAAAPg 7zAXaRsqUgk s320 Thought jpg width 221
RSVP Adoption Day At Talmage Farm Agway Garden Center
Published: 2012-3-27
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2010 Long Island Fringe Festival - The Art Of Demarcation
Published: 2011-3-01
The Long Island Violin Shop
Published: 2011-2-15
The Long Island Violin Shop nbsp On Friday February 25th at 7 pm at the nbsp Long Island Violin Shop nbsp nbsp Flamenco nbsp nbsp Features the flamenco-themed poetry of Sandy McIntosh and Annabelle Moseley nbsp and the Spanish guitar of Gerry Saulter It will be the February event of our Fourth Friday Studio Series nbsp sponsored by String Poet http www stringpoet com It will be an exciting night filled with a tribute to everything Spanish flamenco nbsp nbsp We will fill the studio with sounds and images of duende to heat the chills of winter nbsp nbsp Admission is 5 nbsp nbsp Open mic poetry to follow nbsp The Long Island Violin Shop8 Elm StreetHuntington NY 11743http www liviolinshop com new html nbsp You May Like the Long Island Violin Shop on facebook nbsp http www facebook com pages The-Long-Island-Violin-Shop 256048195322 nbsp
JLOC Collective
Published: 2011-2-07
JLOC Collective will be hosting nbsp workshops at nbsp Lynch School of Ballet Date nbsp nbsp Februay 6th nbsp amp 13th 2011 nbsp nbsp taught by Rachael Abrahams 12 00 PM to nbsp 1 30 PM nbsp Cost 25 per class Walk-In s Welcome For your convenience you may register at Lynch nbsp School of BalletKaren Lynch 631-470-9711 nbsp nbsp jlocss optonline ne nbsp 631-988-0415 nbsp nbsp nbsp
Full Circle At Mulcahy s Centereach
Published: 2011-2-05
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Jane Leslie Southampton Sunset Piano Solos
Published: 2011-1-31
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JLOC Collective Presents Modern DanceWorkshops
Published: 2011-1-22
JLOC Collective nbsp presentsModern DanceWorkshops JLOC Collective will be hosting nbsp workshops at nbsp Lynch School of Ballet Date Sunday January 23th amp 30th 2011 taught by Brittany Antle and nbsp Februay 6th nbsp amp 13th 2011 nbsp nbsp taught by Rachael Abrahams 12 00 PM to nbsp 1 30 PM nbsp Cost 25 per class Walk-In s Welcome For your convenience you may register at Lynch nbsp School of BalletKaren Lynch 631-470-9711
New Years Eve - 2010
Published: 2010-12-31
NEW YEAR S EVE 2010 Good New Year s wishes to ALL Stay safe - New Years Eve RIDES Free taxi rides are being offered this holiday season - nbsp to avoid the dangers of drunk driving nbsp nbsp In Nassau 516-326-9090 nbsp In Suffolk 631-265-2727 nbsp Lindy s Taxi
Coolfish At Wild Hog Bar And Grill
Published: 2010-12-06
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The Three Wise Animals
Published: 2010-12-02
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Beno t Mandelbrot Novel Mathematician Dies At 85
Published: 2010-10-17
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Trump On The Ocean
Published: 2010-10-15
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Art Under Glass Helps Open Tilles Center 30th Season
Published: 2010-9-13
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The Science Of Fringematics
Published: 2010-9-07
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2010 Long Island Fringe Festival The Science of Fringematics Three Days in September 24-25-26 Brookville New York - Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in it s 30th year of presenting the finest in world class entertainment on Long Island will again open its doors and host the Second Long Island Fringe Festival September 24 25 amp 26 2010 The Artists Group a Hicksville based arts organization has gathered together cutting edge dance music theater performance poetry and visual artistry artistry in a celebration of The Science of Fringematics Evening performances on Tilles mainstage Friday Saturday and Sunday will include dance by Dance Visions Circle of Dance Repertory Company Just Left of Center Collective and each evening will highlight C W Post Dance Faculty and Alumni The R and B sounds of The Coolfish Band the pop stylings of DoubleSpeak classic rockin Suck it Easy Band and Jessica Semins will charm the audience with music The art of the word will also be showcased as we present Poets with Passion and a dramatic reading of Sistas on Fire Check listing for each evening s line up Saturday and Sunday will present individual daytime performances featuring The Letter a bittersweet love story opening our theatrical presentations which also includes a dramatic reading of Sistas on Fire by Marcia McNair and the Post Theater Company s version of Romeo and Juliet The Long Island International Film Expo will have two screenings per day of selected films from the 2010 Expo Check listing for daily line ups There will be an Opening Reception Friday evening from 5-7pm featuring Fringe Underground a display of The Art of ZIG and the music of DJ-Pete-EG Saturday and Sunday from noon til 6pm free activities occur in the Atrium of Tilles Center and will include Hoop Dancing spoken word music amp a LIVE interactive visual art event with Alli Berman renowned world wide Puzzle Artist Individual tickets for daytime performances are 7 00 Ticket packages are available in many price levels up to the 90 All Access Pass which grants you admission to all performances of the festival Tickets at the Tilles Box Office nbsp 720 nbsp Northernn BlvdBrookville NY 11548by phone at nbsp TILLESCHARGE 516-299-3100 nbsp www tillescenter com nbsp www ticketmaster com nbsp
CONGRATULATIONS
Published: 2010-7-13
The Artists Group nbsp is Congratulating the LIAA Theresa Statz-Smith nbsp new Executive DirectorGreat things to follow
More Ways To Keep In Touch -
Published: 2010-7-13
The Artists Group nbsp The Long Island Fringe Festival nbsp Hope you will continue to connect- You can find us and SHARE us with your friends - - Like us on facebook - nbsp http www facebook com pages Experience-Long-Island 92711466044
Connecting The Creative People Of Long Island
Published: 2010-7-07
We want you to know that nbsp The Artists Group has another blog that tries to connect the creative community of Long Island nbsp Not only for the creatives themselves but for the public at large nbsp nbsp http bobbygcando blogspot comMany events could be more successful if others know they are happening In the effort to help the public be more aware we are trying and I say trying because it is a daunting task to have the information out there for all to see by posting events artists musicians poets and other creatives web sites to the CANDO blog We are asking any Long Island based imagineer to help by sending us your info event listing or any stuff that you might need an audience for We all need an audience that s why we do what we do We love being creative We like to share Artistic people are some of the most generous and loving of all human kind We hope you will join the movement and blend our voices together to make our Island the best it can be We love this Island we hope you love it too We look forward to new information to add to CANDO nbsp Hope to see you at the fundraiser for Long Island Artworks in August at Metropolitan Bistro 39 Roslyn Avenue in Sea Cliff one of the many Gallery openings concerts or poetry readings that make this land our home and especially at the 2010 Long Island Fringe Festival held at C W Post Campus - Long Island University - Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in September
Why Support Local Artists
Published: 2010-6-05
Why Support Local Artists By Daniela Mays - eHow Contributing Writer - img alt ds 1bf32122-bb50-42f2-8a91-4dc2f95489fb src http cdn-sitelife ehow co uk ver1 0 Content images store 15 12 df8f05e4-1a76-403b-ac60-abcd7440e072 Small jpg Artists not only enrich your community with the beauty of their work they also help to educate children encourage tourism and keep local economies growing and thriving But the arts can t survive without support Wherever you live there are many ways you can help keep the arts alive jQuery intro thumbnail each function i e jQuery e find img one error function jQuery e remove Economic Impact Your support of local artists helps your local economy According to Americans for the Arts a non-profit arts advocacy group the arts and culture industry generates 166 2 billion in economic activity each year Non-profit arts organizations not only provide full-time and part-time employment for artists they employ administrative support staff and marketing and fundraising professionals They also contribute billions to local and state tax revenues and generate economic activity through the real estate goods and services needed to produce their creative products Audiences at arts events help support the local economy by patronizing nearby restaurants and paying for parking and childcare Art and Tourism Your support of local artists can help stimulate tourism and attract tourist dollars Tourists not only purchase works of art and local crafts they also spend money on hotels and restaurants purchase souvenirs and make use of local businesses like hair salons and laundromats A thriving arts scene can also be a big selling point for retirees people looking for a vacation home and even large corporations seeking business property Arts and Education Your support of local artists provides unique educational opportunities for children in your community When artists work with local schools they not only foster children s innate creativity they help promote literacy and teach valuable problem-solving skills Involvement in the arts can inspire kids to stay in school instill a positive work ethic build self-esteem promote collaboration and foster an appreciation for cultural differences Giving Back By helping to support the arts where you live you ll give your community all the economic and social benefits of a vibrant arts scene You can help support local artists by attending arts events and purchasing artwork at local galleries Arts groups usually receive a large portion of their income from government and corporate grants and from individual donors Attend an arts fundraiser and bring your friends Money you contribute to a non-profit arts groups is usually tax-deductible Other Ways to Help Even if you can t afford a monetary contribution you can still support local artists by volunteering for a local arts organization Because budgets are usually tight arts organizations depend on volunteers to keep their doors open Volunteers can help with fundraising marketing and events Another way to help is by talking to your friends and neighbors and writing to elected officials to encourage their continued support for the arts jQuery article ol image each function i e var this jQuery this this find img error function jQuery this remove this remove
BREAKING NEWS - The Great Tradition Of Fringe Comes To Long Island NY
Published: 2010-6-04
2010 Long Island Fringe Festival nbsp Presented by The Artists Group hosted by Tilles Center for the Performing ArtsThe Science of Fringematics Brookville New York - Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in its 30th year of presenting the finest in world class entertainment on Long Island will again open its doors and host the Second Long Island Fringe Festival September 24 25 amp 26 2010 The Artists Group a Hicksville based arts organization has gathered together cutting edge dance music theater performance poetry and visual artistry in a celebration of The Science of Fringematics Evening performances on Tilles mainstage Friday Saturday and Sunday will include dance by Dance Visions Circle of Dance Repertory Company Just Left of Center Collective and each evening will highlight C W Post Dance Faculty and Alumni The R and B sounds of The Coolfish Band the pop styling of DoubleSpeak classic rockin Suck it Easy Band and Jessica Semins will charm the audience with music The art of the word will also be showcased as we present Poets with Passion and a dramatic reading of Sistas on Fire Check listing for each evening s line up Saturday and Sunday will present individual daytime performances featuring The Letter a bittersweet love story opening our theatrical presentations which also includes a dramatic reading of Sistas on Fire by Marcia McNair and the Post Theater Company s version of Romeo and Juliet The Long Island International Film Expo will have two screenings per day of selected films from the 2010 Expo Check listing for daily line ups There will be an Opening Reception Friday evening from 5-7pm featuring Fringe Underground a display of The Art of ZIG and the music of DJ-Pete-EG Saturday and Sunday from noon til 6pm free activities occur in the Atrium of Tilles Center and will include Hoop Dancing spoken word music amp a LIVE interactive visual art event with Alli Berman renowned world wide Puzzle Artist Individual tickets for daytime performances are 7 00 Ticket packages are available in many price levels up to the 90 All Access Pass which grants you admission to all performances of the festival Tickets go on sale June 4 2010 at the Tilles Box Office by phone at TILLESCHARGE 516-299-3100 and online at www tillescenter com and www ticketmaster com nbsp The goal of holding a Long Island N Y Fringe FestivalThe importance of a FRINGE FESTIVAL as opposed to just any festival Fringe has a 60 year history WORLD WIDE Sure we have all been involved in festivals before The idea of a FRINGE is much different There is lore involved that conveys a unity of spirit accomplishment in the face of adversity amp pride of place Hoping all the folks here on Long Island get it because to have an opportunity like this come along amp ignore it would be a mistake We believe this will is one of the most important things to come along in a VERY long time If we ALL join together we can make HISTORY Don t let this pass you by

Published: 2010-2-16
LONG ISLAND FRINGE FESTIVAL 2010
Published: 2010-2-03
nbsp Not sure if any of you out there are aware of this but there is only two months TWO MONTHS left to apply for the second Long Island Fringe Festival The applications have been coming in since the calendar turned over and it looks like this year will be better than the first Once more Tilles Center will be the host site for this collection of poets artists musicians dancers thespians and any one else who has something creative to offer During 2009 s Experience Long Island festival we gathered together performers of every discipline and created an event that was an entertainment extravaganza and a community of entertainers unlike anything the island had ever seen 2010 is already shaping up with another stellar lineup of performers anticipated The ticketing for this years festival has been simplified and in keeping with the economic conditions we all face ticket prices have been reduced As an example a full weekend pass will be available for 90 We hope anyone who has been thinking about performing at Fringe 2010 will hurry up and get that application in now because there are only 2 TWO monthe left to apply for your spot in history