Meet Artist Ford Smith, Catch an Open Mic & Watch a Classic Movie on the Big Screen

Are you looking for something to do this weekend or next week? has identified several events of interest.

What: LaMantia Gallery welcomes artist Ford Smith
Where: LaMantia Gallery, Northport
When: Friday September 14th, 6:00-8:00 pm and Saturday September 15th 2:00-6:00 pm
About: Meet the artist.
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What: Art League of Long Island’s Instructor’s Exhibition
Where: The Art League of Long Island, Dix Hills
When: Last day on view is September 15th
About: Works created by the Art League’s talented instructors are on display, exhibiting a wide range of works in painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry making, printmaking, photography, and mixed media. Reception and Open House on August 25 from 11am to 3pm features live demos by art instructors; event is free and open to the public.
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What: THE CAKEMAKER – SUNDAY SCHMOOZE Brunch, Film, and Discussion hosted by Fred Craden
Where: The Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington
When: Sunday, September 26th at 10 am
About: In this tender and moving debut, filmmaker Ofir Raul Graizer explores the connection formed by a gay German baker, Thomas (Tim Kalkhof), and Anat (Sarah Adler), the Israeli widow of the man whom they both loved, Oren (Roy Miller). When Oren is killed in a car accident, Thomas moves to Jerusalem and takes a job in Anat’s café. As their relationship deepens, and pressure from Oren’s religious family rises for Anat, Graizer delicately and gracefully traces the fluidity of desire and sexuality, the bonds forged by shared grief, and the challenges those can present to faith and family. As food is one way cultures can bridge such divides, so too can it be a way to mark separation.
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What: Her Majesty
Where: Haven Art Gallery, Northport
When: Last day on view is September 15th
About: A group exhibition of new paintings, drawings and sculptures that focuses on notable women of power, transcending the benevolent and philanthropic to the malevolent and murderous. A look back on women of history whose reigns had a strong impact on concurrent and contemporaneous times.
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What: The Breast and the Sea: Transforming Our Scars
Where: fotofoto gallery, Huntington
When: Through September 29th
About: The Breast and the Sea is a Long Island-based written and photographic project that captures and documents the strength and beauty of breast cancer survivors. Photographer, Miana Jun, and writer/survivor, Rebecca Pine, share stories and photographs of participants, with scars bared in the sea.
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