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 Roberts and singer/songwriter Theresa Sareo will be discussing their lives as well as sharing their talents with the audience. Charles R. Hale will moderate the event. Special thanks to Professor Joseph McElligott for sponsoring this program.
The event will be held in the Lovinger Theatre at Lehman College. For directions to Lehman, click here.
Yuri Juarez and his Afroperuano band are proof that the music of Peru is fast occupying a prominent part of the world stage. If you haven’t heard these musicians perform you are in for a great treat. Yuri and the members of his band are internationally acclaimed and their shows are nothing short of fabulous.
Come hear Yuri and the Afroperuano group at Lehman College, May 3, 12:30pm at the Studio Theatre. There is no charge for this event, which is co-sponsored by Artists Without Walls and the City and Humanities Program at Lehman College…thanks to Professor Joseph McElligott. Charles R. Hale emcees the program.
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.
At a performance of “Rise Up Singing: Women in the Labor Movement” last Tuesday, December 3rd, Artists Without Walls awarded each of four Lehman College students $250 for their role in supporting the arts at Lehman College.
Artists Without Walls also thanks Professor Joseph McElligott of The City and Humanities Program and Deirdre O’Boy, Executive Director of CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies for their continued support of Artists Without Walls.
Pictured in the photo from left are: Vincent DiGeronimo, Dahlia Ward, Salam Hassan and Shannon O’Connor with Professor Joseph McElligott and Artists Without Walls’ cofounder, Charles R. Hale.