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Opening Reception for March-April exhibit ‘For We Were Strangers,’ at Hebrew Tabernacle

Artists’ opening reception for  Gold Wing Gallery’s March-April exhibit ‘For We Were Strangers,’ with artwork based on living within the guidelines of welcoming the stranger who settles among us.  Special closing event, Friday, April 27th – 7:30 pm, honoring the artists with dance by local choreographer/dancer, and Sabbath service with sermon devoted to the theme.  212-568-8304. Curated by Regina Gradess

Family Reception for “BIBLIOBANDIDO: Story Eater” at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum

Join us for a special Family Reception inaugurating our new exhibition  BIBLIOBANDIDO: STORY EATER, a project initiated by Marisa Morán Jahn (Studio REV-) with Residents of El Pital, Honduras, in the Salon.  Renowned social practice artist Marisa Morán Jahn presents a participatory, multimedia installation that unfolds the story world of Bibliobandido, a story-eating bandit that terrifies little kids into offering him stories they’ve written.  The exhibition was developed in collaboration with architect Darío Nuñez-Ameni of Atelier DNA (formerly of Acconci Studio), guest curated by Amy Rosenblum Martín and organized by Museum Director and Chief Curator, Lauren Kelley.  Snacks and refreshment will be served. Free with Museum Admission.