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International Juried Exhibition at The Center for Contemporary Art

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JUROR: Esteban del Valle EXHIBITING ARTISTS: Ry An, Syl Arena, Kevin Arnold, Christine Barney, Douglas Barrett, Melissa English Campbell, Jacqueline Chanda, Jo Cosme, James A. DePietro, Elise Dodeles, Jacqueline Buck Donadeo, Hannah Duggan, Steven Epstein, Joshua N. Fletcher, Maryam Foroozanfar, Spencer Frazer, Lindsay Godin, Jonathan Hoffman, Samantha Jensen, Silver Kim, Isabella King, Ricki Klages, Lenore Knoller, Kristen Letts Kovak, Brian Kreydatus, Faith Ku, Leigh Lambert, David LaPalombara, Weina Li, Raul Manzano, Stephanie Manzi, Deborah L. Morris, Charles Mulford, Robert Mullenix, Paul M. Murray, Joshua Newth, Jeanine Pennell, Thomas Pickarski, Angela Pilgrim, Paul Plumadore, Jeni Prescott, DeAnn L. Prosia, Carl Rattner, Nicole M. Santiago, Christine Sauerteig-Pilaar, Peg Shaw, Timothy Simmons, Barbara Wallace, Andrew Werth, Linda Whitney. ABOUT THE JUROR: Esteban del Valle is a Brooklyn, NY based interdisciplinary artist originally from Chicago, IL. He received his M.F.A. from RISD and has exhibited his work and produced murals internationally. His work has been featured in various publications, including HiFructose and Washington Post. Del Valle has been the recipient of several visual arts residencies and fellowships including the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the Fine Arts Work Center, Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program, and The Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship. In the Spring

Lunar New Year at the Commons

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Event Date(s): Sunday, January 22, 1pm – 6pm (Performance @ Center Court 1pm – 2pm; Arts & Crafts @ Community Hub 1pm – 6pm) Location: Bridgewater Commons, Center Court and Community Hub Description: Bridgewater Commons in partnership with The Center for Cultural & Creative Exchange present Lunar New Year at the Commons, featuring traditional Asian performances and a dragon dance accompanied by the music of beating of drums, cymbals, and gong instruments synchronized to dragon dance movements believed to bring good luck and fortune. Celebrating the Year of Rabbit, the traditional Chinese giving of red envelopes filled with treats and good fortune will delight lucky attendees. Families are also welcomed to partake in a Chinese arts and crafts workshop at the Community Hub on the Main Level, across from the LEGO Store. The Lunar New Year is the grandest ancient traditional festival in Asia signaling the beginning of spring and the arrival of the new year.

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The Butler Did It!

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This comedy parodies every English mystery play ever written with a decidedly American flair.  When they're not busy tripping over clues, they are tripping over each other! Laughs collide with thrills, and the climax is a real seat-grabber as the true killer is unmasked, and almost everyone turns out to be someone else!

Fabio Mittino & Bert Lams – Concert

NJ

Join us for an afternoon with Fabio & Bert as they perform the music of Thomas de Hartmann inside the Farmhouse and online via Zoom! Since its inception, the Mittino/Lams duo has passionately explored the music of G.I.Gurdjieff and Ukrainian born Thomas de Hartmann. They have released three albums: 'Long Ago' (2016) , 'Movimenti’ (2019) and 'Music of the Stars' (2020) and have played hundreds of concerts in the US and Europe. The tale of de Hartmann (1885–1956) is a fascinating one. Born into Ukrainian aristocracy, he was a student of both Arensky and Taneyev, achieving fame as a composer in Russia in the early 1900s. His concert music was later played by some of the major musicians of the day, primarily in Paris. But since his death, he has been remembered mainly for his association with the Caucasian mystic G.I.Gurdjieff, whom he met in 1916, and his output for the concert hall has fallen into obscurity. Bert Lams and Fabio Mittino are bringing his music to the intimacy of the living room, creating a moving experience for the lucky few! Concert starts at 3pm followed by a reception with light refreshments. Can't make it in person? Join us online! We'll

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