“WOMEN WHO HAVE OVERCOME” at LEHMAN COLLEGE, MAY 10, 2018

On Thursday, May 10th, 12:30pm, Artists Without Walls, in conjunction with Lehman College’s City and Humanities Program, presents “Women Who Have Overcome,” a discussion with three women who, despite being presented with major obstacles at different points during their lives, have gone onto successful careers in the arts and education.  Jazz pianist/vocalist Mala Waldron, poet Connie…

ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS PRESENTS "NEW YORK CITY: A SHINING MOSAIC"

Artists Without Walls’, as part of Origin Theatre’s 1stIrish Fest is proud to present  “New York City: A Shining Mosaic,” a show that will celebrate America’s immigrants at the point of their arrival: In full view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Pier A Harbor House, which looks out on the New York Harbor, will be…

Artists Without Walls in Origin Theatre’s 1st Irish Fest at Pier A in NYC

Artists Without Walls, as part of Origin Theatre’s 1stIrish Fest, is proud to present “New York City: A Shining Mosaic,” a show that will celebrate America’s immigrants at the point of their arrival…in full view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.  Pier A Harbor House, which looks out on the New York Harbor,…

AN EXCITING and DIVERSE EVENING of ENTERTAINMENT: ARTISTS WITHOUT WALLS’ APRIL SHOWCASE at THE CELL THEATRE

“Artists Without Walls has has gotten off to a fantastic start this year. I’m so very thankful for the artistic, cultural and social benefits I have reaped from this organization. Thanks, Charles and Niamh. Thanks everyone for your support.” Mark Donnelly —– We’ve got a great evening of diverse entertainment planned for Artists Without Walls’ April…

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…