Sound Waves and Brain Waves – Communicating Through Music

Monday, December 14 at 7:30pm

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In this series we explore the intersections between jazz music and science, from how we experience sound and rhythm, to musical memories and the creative process. Join multiple Grammy nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow Miguel Zenón for an intimate online performance combined with conversation with scientists from Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute, where Zenón is currently jazz artist-in-residence.

​Miguel Zenón​ represents a select group of musicians who have masterfully balanced and blended the often contradictory poles of innovation and tradition. Widely considered as one of the most groundbreaking and influential saxophonists of his generation,he has also developed a unique voice as a composer and as a conceptualist, concentrating his efforts on perfecting a fine mix between Latin American Folkloric Music and Jazz.

Daniel Kimmel, M.D., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University where he studies the neural basis of abstraction and generalization in humans with Daphna Shohamy and Daniel Salzman. He completed his undergraduate degree at Oberlin College and Conservatory, where he double-majored in Biology and Neurobiology, while studying jazz guitar and flute. After two years as a computer developer in San Francisco, he continued his training in the M.D./Ph.D. program at Stanford University with Bill Newsome, where he recorded from single neurons in awake behaving monkeys to understand how prefrontal cortex represents and routes information about economic value to make decisions. He also was a founding member of the Stanford Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble. Dr. Kimmel completed his clinical residency in Psychiatry at Columbia, where he continued his research, developing new statistical tools for examining high-dimensional neural data with John Cunningham. He is now developing similar methods for multi-voxel fMRI of the human brain. Outside of research, Dr. Kimmel supervises residents in psychiatry and maintains a private practice in New York.

Healing and Community: Connecting with Your Inner Strengths

Healing and Community: Connecting with Your Inner Strengths / PART TWO with Linda Turner, Creative Arts Psychotherapist LCAT, ATR-BC

SPACE is LIMITED
ZOOM RSVP REQUIRED Register in advance for this meeting:
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Please join this 1 hour virtual workshop where guided imagery will be used as access to connecting with your strengths and gifts during this time when so many of us are experiencing exhaustion and overwhelm. As part of this workshop we will do a brief art/breath meditation, create art based on our journey, journal and share together.

*Please note that this is a workshop, not therapy. Within these parameters, participants will choose their level of participation, which includes sharing or not sharing their artwork.

Facilitator:
Linda Turner is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT) / Psychotherapist, seeing individuals in her private practice on Union Square in NYC, as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor / Career Counselor at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Over the course of her 20+ year therapy career she’s worked with a diverse range of individuals and groups around lifes many challenges from relationship struggles to low self esteem, anxiety to trauma, and has led workshops on varied topics in many settings, from universities to Not for Profits. She is also a Mixed Media Artist and Painter, and had a prior career as a Textile/Home Products Designer. For Linda, creativity is the thread that runs through all she does, as does her passion for creating meaningful spaces where others can experience themselves in new and powerful ways.

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Healing and Community: Therapeutic Self-Care Workshop

The Self-Community Care Art Workshop will offer participants ways to identify and practice stress relief through art-making and discussion.

PART ONE with Elizabeth DelliCarpini, Art Therapist MAAT, ATR-BC, LCAT, ATCS

When: Friday Nov 13, 2020 04:30 PM

SPACE is LIMITED and RSVP is REQUIRED
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The Self-Community Care Art Workshop will offer participants ways to identify and practice stress relief through art-making. The objectives are to (1) identify normal reactions to the current ongoing collective traumas, (2) practice self-care within community, and (3) explore the interrelation between self and community care. The workshop will include an initial presentation, art experiential, group discussion, and resources. All that is necessary is a piece of paper, colored drawing materials, and a plate, bowl, or other round item that has a 7”-10” diameter and is smaller than the paper.

*Please note that this is a workshop, not therapy. Within these parameters, participants will choose their level of participation, which includes sharing or not sharing their artwork.

PART TWO will follow in December. You can join one or both workshops.

Facilitator:
Elizabeth DelliCarpini is a fully credentialed art therapist in New York State who has extensive experience working with young people who are system involved. Her practice centers around actively engaging different communities, building trust, and shifting social power dynamics. She has published her work in Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association and presented at numerous organizations such as the Legal Aid Society of New York and The Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment. DelliCarpini is adjunct faculty and internship coordinator for the graduate art therapy program at School of Visual Arts. She received a Master of Arts in Art Therapy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has additional training in Restorative Justice.

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Thursdays with NoMAA – Danny Bonilla

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.
Full schedule to be announced – www.nomaanyc.org

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August 27 – muralist Danny Bonilla
Instagram @artmandan
www.artmandan.com

Art has been a driving force in Daniel’s life since the age of 4. Always knowing that he wanted to pursue a career in the arts, he attended various art programs throughout his early and high school education. He carried this passion with him into college and ultimately graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with B.F.A in Computer Animation and an A.A.S. in Illustration. Since graduating, Daniel has primarily worked in film production and the hand-painted advertisement industry while simultaneously sticking to his dream of becoming an artistic entrepreneur; or as he would say, a “creative engineer”. He is excited to continue on this path of sharing his artistic vision and talent with others.

Archived episodes available on YouTube and Facebook.

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Thursdays with NoMAA – Stefan Paolini

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.
Full schedule to be announced – www.nomaanyc.org

Join 7:30pm Thursdays on Zoom:
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or watch on Facebook Live

https://www.stefanpaolini.com/

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Thursdays with NoMAA – Lee Burgos

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.

Join on Zoom at the same link each week:
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Latina singer-songwriter, Lee Burgos, is a prominent figure in the NYC Indie scene. Her eclectic pop sound has taken her around the world and landed her a billboard in Times Square. In 2019 she was crowned Best Solo Pop Artist by the prestigious Premios Primavera and was hailed as an artist to watch by music critics around the world. She is currently working on a series of projects including an upcoming EP along, a short film, and various virtual events.
www.leeburgos.com/


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Thursdays with NoMAA – Emi Antonio

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.

Emi Antonio
https://www.facebook.com/Emiantoniomusic/

Emi Antonio is a Latin Artist based in NYC, kickstarted his musical career performing in Washington Heights since 2012. His debut single “Amiga” has catapulted him in having local recognition in which he received the “El Diario” Award in 2014 from the prestigious New York Latin Newspaper. His song has been well received in the charts on HTV the music channel which was viewed in more than 28 countries. He also participated in the Spanish Version TV show “The Voice” “La Voz”. You can find Emi Antonio performing all over New York, he is currently working on his next single titled “Pensando En Ti”.

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Thursdays with NoMAA – Annette A Aguilar

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.

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Annette A Aguilar Instagram
“An Inventive percussionist “ The New York Times
“A Rumbera at heart” Chuvy Varela Latin Beat
“Annette A Aguilar and their Afro-Cuban brought the audience to their feet”
The Washington Post, Washington DC
“Annette A Aguilar is a great band leader” Travis Rogers, Jazz Times
“On Stage or in the classroom Aguilar’s career allows her to live a life immersed
in the music she loves the best” Chamber Music America

This week is part of the Women In Latin Jazz Festival and received support from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

Archived episodes available on YouTube and Facebook.

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Thursdays with NoMAA – Dance Theatre of Harlem

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.

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Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institution of unparalleled global acclaim whose mission is to:

• Present a ballet Company of African American and other racially diverse artists who perform the most demanding repertory at the highest level of quality;
• Maintain a world-class school that trains young people in classical ballet and the allied arts and;
• Provide arts education, community outreach programs, and positive role models for all.

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Thursdays with NoMAA – Rachel Sydlowski

Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm through November 19th. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.

Join 7:30pm Thursdays on Zoom:
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Archived episodes available on YouTube and Facebook.

Instagram @rachelsyd
Website rachelsydlowski.com

Based in New York City, Rachel Sydlowski is a visual artist and educator.Recent exhibitions include Spring/Break, Chashama Space to Connect: Fordham Windows Project, Wave Hill Sunroom Project Space, The Bronx Museum, New York Public Library, Bronx River Art Center and Lehman College Art Gallery. Curatorial projects include Intersecting Editionsat The Castle Gallery,History of the Presentat OSilas Gallery and Infinite Archive, NYPL at the 115th Street Harry Belafonte Library. She is currently serving as department chair of Art at Eastchester High School.

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