UPCOMING ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS’ MEMBERS’ EVENTS

Upcoming Artists Without Walls’ Members’ Events: Serena Jost at the Owl Music Parlor, 497 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn, Sunday, January 7, 8pm. $10 suggested donation.  Shu Nakamura at the Sidewalk Cafe, 94 Avenue A, NYC, Tuesday, January 9, 8pm. No cover charge.  John Moran and Artists Without Walls present a staged reading of “Ancient History” at…

Mitch Traphagen’s Photos from Artists Without Walls’ August Showcase at The Cell

Mitch Traphagen’s photos from Artists Without Walls’ August Showcase at The Cell Theatre, August 23, 2016.        

Join Artists Without Walls at its August Showcase at The Cell Theatre in NYC

Join Artists Without Walls’ for its August Showcase at The Cell Theatre, Tuesday, Aug 23rd. We’ve got an outstanding lineup planned for the event:   Argentine-born friends and collaborators, Eliana González and Martin Fuks will be joining musical forces on the evening of Artists Without Walls’ August Showcase at the Cell Theatre.  Eliana is an internationally-acclaimed…

DENI BONET in NEW YORK CITY

Artists Without Walls Presents: BRIGHT SHINY OBJECTS – A Listening Party and Preview of the brand new album by Deni Bonet, Thursday, June 23rd, 7pm at The Cell Theatre, 338 West 23rd Street, NYC.    Renowned singer/songwriter & violinist, Deni Bonet recently completed her new studio album, BRIGHT SHINY OBJECTS. People have been asking for…

MUSICAL ARTISTS SHINE AT LEHMAN COLLEGE: CHARLES R. HALE’S "MUSICAL HISTORY of the LOWER EAST SIDE

This past Thursday, Lehman College: The City and Humanities Program and the CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies sponsored a performance of Charles R. Hale’s “Musical History of the Lower East Side,” celebrating the music of a neighborhood from which many of our nation’s ethnic groups can trace their origins.    In the 1840s, almost half of…

MITCH TRAPHAGEN’S PHOTOS from the "MUSICAL HISTORY of the LOWER EAST SIDE" at LEHMAN COLLEGE

Mitch Traphagen’s photos from Charles R. Hale’s “Musical History of the Lower East Side,” at Lehman College. The event was sponsored by “Lehman College: The City and Humanities Program and the CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies.                            

LEHMAN COLLEGE'S "CITY and HUMANITIES PROGRAM" PRESENTS: CHARLES R. HALE'S "THE MUSICAL HISTORY of THE LOWER EAST SIDE"

A number of Artists Without Walls’ members  will be performing in Charles R. Hale’s show, “The Musical History of the Lower East,” at Lehman College as part of the “City and Humanities Program,” on April 7th, 12:30pm.  Click here for directions to Lehman College’s Studio Theatre.    Here’s what actress/director Aedin Moloney said about the show: “Blown…

LEHMAN COLLEGE'S "CITY and HUMANITIES PROGRAM" PRESENTS: CHARLES R. HALE'S "THE MUSICAL HISTORY of THE LOWER EAST SIDE"

A number of Artists Without Walls’ members  will be performing in Charles R. Hale’s show, “The Musical History of the Lower East,” at Lehman College as part of the “City and Humanities Program,” on April 7th, 12:30pm.  Click here for directions to Lehman College’s Studio Theatre.    Here’s what actress/director Aedin Moloney said about the show: “Blown…