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Young Artists @ 440: Make Trading Cards and Trade Them!
4.40 pm, Sunday June 14

This is a hands-on workshop for children ages 4-12 with supervision of an adult. Do you like trading cards? Many people trade cards: baseball cards, game cards, artists cards (that's us.) Susan Greenstein's work will be on exhibit and her hand-made trading cards will also be in the show. Loads of inspiration! Join Susan and Vicki for this workshop. And trade a card or two with us.

Book Launch Celebration with Karen Gibbons
Saturday, June 20th, 5:00-7:00pm

440 Gallery is happy to host our own artist, Karen Gibbons, celebrating the launch of her first book, Integration Art Therapy and Yoga Therapy; Yoga, Art and the Use of Intention. A recent review describes the book as, A work of art! Gibbons provides an in-depth perspective to combining art therapy and yoga therapy with a pure, grounded understanding that only practice and wisdom can create. Her sensitive and highly-developed approach guides us in a gentle and clear manner that is inspiring. Namaste! -Eileen P McGann, ATR-BC, LCAT Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts and New York University.

Come celebrate with us and talk with Karen about her inspirations. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Coinciding the launch, her art work will be on display in the Project Space exhibit, Chronicles, through July 5th.

Musical Performance: Michel Gentile
Sunday, June 21st 4:40 pm

Join us of an evening of beautiful jazz and classical music with flutist and composer Michel Gentile. Gentile is an active member of the New York jazz scene. He received his Master of Music degree with distinction from the New England Conservatory of Music. Michel has appeared on record with Ray Charles, Anthony Braxton, Dave Kikoski, Bobby Previte among many others.

He has been teaching for over 30 years including Queens College, New England Conservatory, Wesley College and Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. He takes special pride in his work in the public schools and with preschoolers with special needs at the Helen Keller School for the Visually Impaired. Visit to learn more.

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