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May 20, 2010
Friends Event: Studio Tour with Jacob Collins
The New Criterion is pleased to invite you to the home and studio of the artist Jacob Collins:
Thursday, May 20th
This reception is the latest in a series counting down to the The New Criterion Benefit Art Auction (October 26, 2010).
Space is limited, please contact Callie Siskel at [email protected] for details.
April 28, 2010
OPEN EVENT: NAC 4th Annual Young Poets Evening
The Literary Committee of the National Arts Club invites you to The 4th Annual Young Poets Evening, with Joshua Mehigan, Rowan Ricardo Phillips & David Yezzi
Wednesday, April 28, 2010, 8 pm
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South
Admission is free
April 23, 2010
OPEN EVENT: 'Realist Revolution' Panel Discussion
Join Managing Editor James Panero, artists Jacob Collins and Alexey Steele, and author Vern Swanson for a discussion on "Realist revolution and critical relevance: Is Main Stream Media Missing an Important Cultural Trend?" The panel will be moderated by Jeremy Lipking.
Portrait Society of America Conference
Friday April 23rd, 2010 at 4:00pm
Hyatt Regency Reston, VA
The event is part of the "PSOA Art of the Portrait" conference (April 22 – 25, 2010) and will be free of charge and open to the public. Reservations required. Contact Christine Egnoski at info [at] portraitsociety.org or call 877-772-4321 (Caption image: Santiago and Sheilaby Jacob Collins )
Managing Editor James Panero will join the artists Jacob Collins and Alexey Steele and the author Vern Swanson for a discussion on "Realist revolution and critical relevance: Is Main Stream Media Missing an Important Cultural Trend?" The panel will be moderated by Jeremy Lipking.
February 22, 2010
OPEN EVENT: Bar Night at The Sly Fox
Join the folks at The New Criterion from 6-8 PM at The Sly Fox:
140 Second Avenue, New York
(between St. Marks Pl. & 9th Street)
January 07, 2010
FRIENDS EVENT: Panel Discussion & Reception
The New Criterion & The Goldring Arts Journalism Program S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University Invite you to:
Elucidations & Corrections:
Arts Criticism at “The New Criterion”
with Laura Jacobs, Roger Kimball,
Jay Nordlinger, James Panero & David Yezzi
Space is limited--please contact Callie Siskel at siskel[at]newcriterion.com for details.
December 17, 2009
Friends Event: New Criterion Holiday Party
Friends and contributors holiday celebration. Hosted by the Editors of The New Criterion
RSVP to siskel [at] newcriterion.com
December 02, 2009
Friends Event: The Swallow Anthology Reading
Please join us for an evening of poetry, celebrating the publication of The Swallow Anthology of New American Poets edited by New Criterion Executive Editor David Yezzi, with readings by Ben Downing, Ernest Hilbert, Adam Kirsch, Rachel Wetzsteon, and David Yezzi.
Please RSVP to siskel [at] newcriterion.com for details.
November 24, 2009
OPEN EVENT: Laura Jacobs reading
The Literary Committee of The National Arts Club invites you to join renowned author and New Criterion dance critic Laura Jacobs for a reading from her novel "The Bird Catcher" (St. Martin's Press), a follow up to her wildly successful "Women About Town." A long-time resident of New York's "Block Beautiful," Jacobs will also discuss the birds of Gramercy Park and her official studies there for the Linnaean Society. Hosted by Managing Editor James Panero.
15 Gramercy Park South
November 09, 2009
YOUNG FRIENDS: Tour of an important contemporary art collection
Two important collectors of contemporary art will open their Tribeca loft to the Young Friends of The New Criterion for a special evening with a unique tour of their private collection. The tour will start promptly at 6pm, followed by a cocktail reception and further conversation.
Please contact Callie Siskel at [email protected] if you would like to attend and for further details. We hope you can join us for this unique opportunity.
November 05, 2009
Open Event: Talk by James Panero
"The Lessons of William F. Buckley, Jr.": A talk by Managing Editor, James Panero.
501 East High Street