Sunday, October 30, 2016
MOJA Arts Festival Community Celebration
Sunday, October 30 from
Hampton Park, 30 Mary Murray Boulevard
Join Mayor Tecklenburg and your Charleston friends and neighbors at Hampton Park this Sunday for an amazing afternoon featuring an incredible line up of musical talent, mouthwatering food concessionaires, a pop-up art exhibition and an artisan village. Due to Hurricane Matthew, the MOJA Finale originally planned for October 9 could not proceed; this event offers musicians who were unable to perform as scheduled during MOJA the chance to share their artistry.
Rounding out the bill, Charlton P. Singleton and Friends featuring Quiana Parler bring the funk hard on the heels of their packed-out Charleston Music Hall Prince tribute, Pop Life. The band is ready to deliver with a knock-out set covering the likes of Prince, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Dazz Band, Chaka Khan, EWF, and The Time!
On th, Troy University will open the Fred Nall Hollis Gallery at the International Art Center. This is a culmination retrospective of my work from the mid 1960's to today. Most of these works have been or will be donated to Troy University as part of the Nall Legacy. Please join us for this joyful event inaugurating the Janice Hawkins Cultural Arts Park.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
The Crown Prince and The Crown Princess of Norway will be in attendance when Norway`s official entry for the Academy Awards "The King`s Choice" is being screened at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Toronto, November 8.
Norwegian director Erik Poppe’s critically acclaimed movie has broken Norwegian box office records; this will be its first North American screening and the first time the film has been shown outside of Norway.
During their official visit to Toronto in Canada between November 7-10, The Crown Prince and The Crown Princess of Norway will attend the screening of Norwegian director Erik Poppe’s local blockbuster and Official Oscar entry The King’s Choice (Kongens nei) for Canadian and American industry and press.
The Crown Prince`s grandfather and great grandfather
“Norwegian filmmakers have strong relations to Canada and to the Toronto International Film Festival as a pivotal film and industry event, and of course it makes the presentation here in Toronto special that the film is about The Crown Prince's great-grandfather and grandfather,” added executive director Communications, Strategic Insight and International Relations Stine Helgeland, of the Norwegian Film Institute.
Set during German invasion of Norway
Starring Danish actor Jesper Christensen as King Haakon VII and Norwegian actor Anders Baasmo Christiansen as The Crown Prince and scripted by Jan Trygve Røyneland and Harald Rosenløw Eeg, the film is set during the German invasion of Norway in 1940. On these few days in April, King Haakon VII was faced with the Germans’ ultimative demand for capitulation, a passive government and a Crown Prince ready for action – when “the real events turned a brave man into the people’s King.” He refused.
No 1 on Norwegian cinema charts
Released on September 23rd, The King’s Choice has sold more than 600.000 domestic tickets and couting (for Nordisk Film Distribusjon) and is No 1 on this year’s Norwegian box office charts; followed by Me Before You (406.740) and Ice Age 5 (378.654). Norway has a population of 5 million inhabitants.
Celebrating first screening outside Norway
“Of course we are looking forward to present The King’s Choice with The Crown Prince and The Crown Princess in Canada – we will also be celebrating that this is the first time the film will be shown outside Norway,” said Norwegian producer Stein B Kvae, who produced the film with Finn Gjerdrum for Paradox.
Screening at TIFF Bell Lightbox
The presentation of the film will take place on November 8 at TIFF Bell Lightbox, the headquarter of Toronto International Film Festival.
Norwegian Film Institute.
Head of International Relations, Feature Films;
Tel: +47 908 59 638
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Carlos Cruz-Diez, Physichromie no 1863, 2013, mixed media, 39.37 x 39.37 inches; 100 x 100 centimeter
Art Toronto 2016
October 28 - 31, 2016
Louis Stern Fine Arts is pleased to announce our participation in Art Toronto 2016! We will be featuring the works of Louise Belcourt, Karl Benjamin, Carlos Cruz-Diez, James Little, Helen Lundeberg, Doug Ohlson, Elizabeth Patterson, Richard Wilson, and Norman Zammitt.
Currently in the gallery....
Recent Paintings and Drawings
October 6 - December 3, 2016
Thursday, October 20, 2016
The Onassis Festival NY 2016—Antigone Now/ on view at the Onassis Cultural Center New York. The gallery works can be seen until December 15,
All Welcome please join us Saturday the 22nd. "Catching the Light", all day Plum Fair Festivities 11-4, Opening reception 4-6
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Thursday, November 3rd, 6 - 8 p.m. Carter Burden Gallery Carter Burden Gallery presents three new exhibitions: Crime and Passion in the east gallery featuring Marilyn Church,
Thursday, November 3rd, 6 - 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Save the Date: Michael Knigin , The Museum of Guild Hall "The Holocaust and Anne Frank" Oct. 23 opening reception: 3-5 , I will look for all of you there !!!
Friday, October 14, 2016
Thursday, October 6, 2016