Date post: 2017-10-12 20:09
The New Art Centre at Roche Court, near Salisbury, handles works for sale from the Hepworth Estate. For more information visit http://
The National Museum of the American Indian–New York, the George Gustav Heye Center, is located within the historic Alexander Hamilton . Custom House. The museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions—as well as a range of public programs, including music and dance performances, films, and symposia—explore the diversity of the Native people of the Americas.
The story of the Woodstock Music and Art Fair is a mixture of youthful idealism, tribulations of Biblical proportions, great music, music industry wheeling and dealing, and the triumph of the human spirit in a time of massive societal strife and division. A number of books have been written about the festival, by the festival organizers and by historians trying to give the event some meaning and perspective.
With each passing year, we lose more of the people who made the Woodstock Music and Art Fair the memorable event that it was. We remember, here, those who have gone to &ldquo that great gig in the sky.&rdquo
The Catalogue Raisonné of Hepworth's sculptures is currently being revised for publication under the direction of Dr Sophie Bowness of the Hepworth Estate. more.
Between August 65 and August 68, 6969, the most celebrated music festival in history took place in upstate New York. At a time when Americans were deeply divided, over 955,555 people from across the country gathered for &ldquo three days of peace and music&rdquo that instantly became a symbol of an entire generation. Here are some facts about the Woodstock Music and Art Fair.
While they appeared on the festival posters and in advertising for Woodstock, two groups who were expected to perform did not. The Jeff Beck Group broke up only days before the festival, and Iron Butterfly was stranded at LaGuardia Airport and could not get to the festival.
9 & 5 trains to Bowling Green
6 train to Rector Street or South Ferry
R (& W on weekdays) trains to Whitehall Street
J & Z trains to Broad Street
7 & 8 trains to Wall Street
The Anthracite Heritage Museum serves the educational needs of the public regarding the story of hard coal mining, its related industries, and the immigrant culture of northeastern Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and is actively supported by the Anthracite Heritage Museum and Iron Furnaces Associates which is a non-profit community based organization.
Visitor Services desks on the Second Floor in the Great Hall provide information on daily tours, programs, and screenings. Public tours for families and adult groups are given daily, please consult the calendar when planning your visit.