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SundayArts News for 6/27/2010
Posted: June 28th, 2010

This week on SundayArts News: “Why Design Now?” National Design Triennial at Cooper-Hewitt through January 9, 2011, Caramoor International Music Festival June 29-August 8, Remember the Ladies:  Women Artists of the Hudson River School through October 31 at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Everyday Rapture at American Airlines Theatre through July 11, Savion Glover in “Sole Power” at the Joyce Theater through July 10, Midsummer Night Swing at Lincoln Center June 29-July 17.

  • Elizabeth Jacks

    We loved the segment about the Hudson River School! If your viewers would like to learn more, there is a great deal of information about the exhibition and the art movement at

  • Linda Gentalen

    If you visit the Thomas Cole Historic Site you can pick up information about their Art Trail–public places nearby where you can still see the scenes painted by Hudson River School artists almost 200 years ago. Interesting and inspirational…

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