NEW YORK METRO | TRI-STATE LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2020-12-13T11:58:47-07:00
New York Metro – Tri-State Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Sunday - January 17
The latest local New York City and Tri-State area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Artists working in the disciplines of Fiction, Folk/Traditional Arts, Interdisciplinary Work, Painting, & Video/Film who live in NY State and/or one of the Indian Nations located therein are encouraged to apply for this $7,000 unrestricted cash grant: https://t.co/nj66eD3hxZ
Take a tour of J. Pierpont Morgan's Library and listen to the audio guide: https://t.co/FXCETFgGzQ
Join us Tuesday morning for this week's Digital Bruce Beginnings: Buildings. This week's story is The Sea View Hotel - by James Stevenson, Author and Illustrator. #storytime #GreenwichCT
Retired forensics teacher @AnnieTillery123 will talk about art crime and the effects of war on art and cultural artifacts, including the work of the Monuments Men to address looting of art by the Nazis. Join us on Tuesday, January 19 at 4PM. https://t.co/u0tchcnLsJ
The South Shore Child Guidance Center has been serving Freeport & surrounding communities since 1959. We are licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health & offer a number of behavioral health services, available 7 days a week. Learn more https://t.co/hJYyUoqYU1
How expanding postpartum Medicaid benefits can help combat maternal mortality and morbidity. https://t.co/j0faXjSZ2U
Scholars warn that the president-elect faces a tough road as he tries to address police reform and racism in an increasingly divided nation.
We’re so thrilled to be a small part of the telling of this important history - coming to Broadway soon!
CBS Sunday Morning 🌞@CBSSunday
#New #CBSSunday Matinee
With visceral and nuanced staging that captures the pulsating energy when Black and Irish cultures meet, and set to a contemporary score that reimagines early American song, @ParadiseSqBway depicts a moment when hope and possibility shone bright
Check the work of @BlissfulUs, a Northern NJ Community Foundation COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund recipient. Look at their new issue of The Blissful Pursuit with their new arts section.
“Crises are a moment in time, and an effective response has a much longer tail.”
Hear from Trust President Lorie Slutsky as she addresses #COVID19, the role of community foundations in a major crisis, and the need for effective long-term planning. https://t.co/6b4lZf5jjH
#ICYMI: Join us TOMORROW for our annual celebration honoring the life and legacy of one of this nation's greatest heroes: #MLKJr..
This year we highlight how barriers were broken & continue to be broken with a woman of color to become vice president.
Join the curator of Langston Hughes Library’s Black Heritage Reference Collection to discuss Black history and culture. On Tuesday, January 19 at 4PM, she will talk about #MartinLutherKingJr's speech "The Other America." Register here: https://t.co/Taab5boads
The workshops will be using the paintings of Emily Mason. It is hoped by the end of this workshop that participants will be able to understand the idea of poetry and also be able to write their own ekphrastic poems. #poetry #Art
How the pandemic is messing with kids’ mental health: Coping through #COVID https://t.co/7JilyFLOoF