A performance by violinist Paul Huang, a recent winner of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant Award. A visit to Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian for a look at an exhibition of exquisite Navajo jewelry. And Christina Ha reports on the arts and culture news from the Museum of Arts and Design.

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> FUNDING FOR 'NYC-ARTS' I MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER, JODIE AND JOHN ARNHOLD ELYSE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN, JOYCE B. COWIN, TUESDAY EVENIN HOUR, INC., IN MEMORY OF MARJORIE GRIM, THE MILTON AN SALLY AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION, AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF THIRTEEN.

> FLEXIBILITY, COORDINATION, EXCELLENCE FIRST REPUBLIC PRIVATE WEALT MANAGEMENT IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.

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> DPEECHBING AND WELCOME T 'NYC-ARTS.

I'M PAULA ZAHN AT THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY ON CENTRA PARK WEST.

WHETHER IT'S MUSIC, DANCE, OPERA, THEATRE OR FILM 'NYC-ARTS' PROVIDES OUR VIEWER WITH THE VERY BEST IN ARTS AND CULTURE IN OUR AREA.

THIS EVENING WE'D LIKE T CELEBRATE SEVERAL YOUNG ARTIST WHO HAVE GREATLY INFLUENCED TH LIVES OF NEW YORKERS AND MUSIC LOVERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

THE CEREMONY FOR THIS YEAR'S AVERY FISHER CAREER GRANT AWARDS TOOK PLACE LAST MARCH AT THE JEROME L. GREENE PERFORMANCE SPACE AT WQXR.

THESE INDIVIDUAL GRANTS OF $25,000 GIVE PROFESSIONA ASSISTANCE AND RECOGNITION T TALENTED INSTRUMENTALISTS WH HAVE GREAT POTENTIAL FOR SOL CAREERS.

BORN IN TAIWAN, PAUL HUANG HAS STUDIED AT THE JUILLIARD SCHOO SINCE THE AGE OF 14 AND IS A RECIPIENT OF THE KOVNE FELLOWSHIP AT JUILLIARD.

THREE YEARS AGO, HE MADE HIS NEW YORK AND KENNEDY CENTER RECITA DEBUTS IN THE YOUNG CONCER ARTISTS SERIES TO CRITICAL ACCLAIM.

HIS CALENDAR IS FULL OF UPCOMING PERFORMANCES WITH ORCHESTRAS AND CHAMBER MUSIC GROUPS ALL OVE THE WORLD.

I HAVE BEEN HELPED AN SUPPORTED BY SO MANY PEOPL SINCE I CAME TO THE UNITED STATES AND WITHOUT ANY OF THEM, I WOULD NOT BE HERE AND WOULDN'T B DOING WHAT I LOVE SO MUCH.

RECEIVING THIS AVERY FISHE GRANT IS REALLY A GREA RECOGNITION FOR WHAT I DO.

MANY OF MY MUSICAL IDOLS HAV WON THIS AWARD, PEOPLE LIKE GILL SHAHAM, JAMES EHNES, JOSHU BELL THEY ARE THE PEOPLE THAT I LOO UP TO.

TO BE JOINING THE AVERY FISHER FAMILY IS REALLY A TREMENDOU HONOR.

THIS IS A VERY SPECIAL VIOLIN.

THIS IS A VIOLIN MADE IN 1742.

IT WAS OWNED BY ONE OF THE GREATEST VIOLINISTS OF ALL TIME, HENRYK WIENIAWSKI.

THIS WAS HIS CONCERT VIOLIN FO MOST OF HIS LIFE I'M SO LUCKY TO HAVE THIS THANKS TO THE STRADIVARI SOCIETY IN CHICAGO FOR LOANING ME THI GREAT INSTRUMENT SAINT-SAENS VIOLIN SO NATA IS PIECE VERY DEAR TO MY HEART.

IT'S A PIECE THAT REPRESENTS M AS AN ARTIST,S A PERSON.

THE THIRD AND FOURTH MOVEMEN ARE PLAYED WITHOUT BREAK ♪♪

THE THIRD MOVEMENT OPENS WITH THIS CHARMING LIGHT, GENTL WALTZ.

SAINT-SAENS WAS ABLE TO USE TH VERY SAME NOTES TO BUILD UP AT THE EP OF THE LAST MOVEMEN WHERE THE VIOLIN JUST CAN'T STOP PLAYING.

AND HE BUILDS UP THI STREAM-LIKE MELODY INTO HIS BI FANFARE.

TO ME, THAT IS JUST A TOTA STROKE OF GENIUS THE LAST MOVEMENT IS A VER EXCITING MOVEMENT BOTH FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE TW INSTRUMENTS ARE SO INTRICATE AND SO SEAMLESS, THAT IT ALMOS BECOMES ONE VOICE.

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THE SAINT-SAENS VIOLIN SO NATA IS ALMOST LIKE A CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO MY PIANIST, JESSICA OSBOURNE AND I HAVE BEEN COLLABORATIN NOW FOR FOUR YEARS I CANNOT THINK OF ANYONE ELS OTHER THAN HER TO BE ON TH STAGE WITH ME TONIGHT.

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I THINK I AM LIVING MY DREA RIGHT NOW, AND I JUST WISH T CONTINUE TO DO WHAT I LOVE T DO I'M JUST SO GRATEFUL FOR IT.

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> 'NYC-ARTS' ISN'T JUS AVAILABLE ON THURSDAYS IT'S ALSO ON THE WEB PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE B LOGGING ON TO NYC-ARTS.ORG WHERE YOU CAN WATCH CLIPS AN LEARN MORE ABOUT INSTITUTION AND EVENTS FEATURED ON THE SHOW.

NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TH LATEST IN ARTS AND CULTURE I OUR AREA, HERE IS CHRISTINA HA WITH THE 'NYC-ARTS' NEWS ♪♪

> GOOD EVENING I'M CHRISTIA HA WITH TONIGHT'S 'NYC-ARTS' NEWS.

WE'RE AT THE MUSEUM OF ARTS AN DESIGN IN COLUMBUS CIRCLE.

FOUNDED IN 1956, THE MUSEU CELEBRATES THE WORK OF ALL KINDS OF MAKERS, CRAFTSPEOPLE, DESIGNERS, ARTISTS, CREATING EVERYTHING FROM RARE WORKS O ART TO THE PRODUCTS THAT ARE A PART OF OUR DAILY LIVES.

I'M STANDING IN A RECREATION O THE RALPH PIR UCCI STUDIO, WHERE MASTER SCULPTOR AND LONGTIME COLLABORATOR MICHAEL EFERT CREATES THE PROTOTYPES FOR THE NEW YORK-BASED DESIGNER' MANNEQUINS WE THINK OF MANNEQUINS AS JUST THE MEANS TO DISPLAY OTHER PEOPLE'S WORK, BUT YET THERE I AN ART TO THE MAKING OF THES IFRD SCULPTURAL FORMS.

YOU CAN CATCH EFERT AT WORK WITH HIS CLAY MODELING TECHNIQUE IN THE LIVE SCULPTING EVENT SCHEDULED THROUGHOUT THE EXHIBIT, 'RALPH PUCCI:THE ART OF THE MANNEQUIN.

EXHIBITED ALONGSIDE TH WORKSHOPS ARE OVER 30 OF PUCCI'S MOST INNOVATIVE MANNEQUINS THEY CHART HOW, SINCE THE 1970s, PUCCI'S IDEAS AND DESIGNS HAVE REVOLUTIONIZED THE ENTIR MANNEQUIN INDUSTRY THE RANGE OF MANNEQUINS ON DISPLAY SHOWS THE DEVELOPMENT OF MORE ABSTRACT AND DYNAMIC WAYS OF REPRESENTING THE HUMAN FIGURE AS WELL AS A MORE DIVERSE AN INEXCLUSIVE NOTIONS OF PHYSICA BEAUTY THE SELECTION HIGHLIGHTS A NUMBER OF PUCCI'S IMPORTAN COLLABORATORS.

DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN ART AND DESIGN ARE ALSO CHALLENGED I MAD'S CURRENT EXHIBITION O PAINTINGS BY RICHARD ESTES IT'S THE FIRST SOLO PAINTING SHOW IN THE HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM, THE FIRST NEW YORK CIT MUSEUM SURVEY FOR THE ARTIST AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THE FIRST TO FOCUS ON HIS TECHNIQUE AN PROCESS.

RICHARD ESTES, PAINTING NEW YORK CITY, BRINGS TOGETHER OVER 40 OF THE ARTIST'S PAINTINGS AND WORKS ON PAPER, DATING FROM THE 1960 TO THE PRESENT IT CONCENTRATES ON THE ARTIST' LONGTIME RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CITY, ITS EVERYDAY CORNERS AND PANORAMIC STREETSCAPES ALL BASED ON PHOTOS ESTES HAS TAKE HIMSELF.

HIS HYPER-REALISTIC WORKS AR OFTEN INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM PHOTOGRAPHS.

BUT WHAT APPEARS TO BE METICULOUS REPRODUCTION IS OFTEN A MORE DRAMATIC TRANSFORMATION THE ARTIST DELETES DETAILS SHIFTS COLORS, AND ALTER PERSPECTIVES, MAKING THE FAMILIAR NEWLY STRANGE THE EXHIBIT EMPHASIZES THE ARTIST'S DEMANDING CRAFTSMANSHIP BY DISPLAYING HIS SOURCE PHOTOGRAPHS ALONG WITH HIS FINISHED OIL PAINTINGS, AND HI PRINT-MAKING TOOLS AND APPROACHES ALONGSIDE HIS WOODCUTS AND SILKSCREENS THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF MANHATTAN INVITES TOTS UNDER 5 AND THEIR PARENTS TO SHAKE RATTLE, AND ROLL DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR TH MUSEUM'S YOUNGEST VISITORS FROHLICH IS A ROCK-N-ROLL THEMED ENVIRONMENT FOR MUSIC, MOVEMEN AND IMAGINATIVE PLAY THE BORN TO BE WILD SET CAN SLIP DOWN THE ROLLING STONES INSPIRED TONGUE SLIDE OR DRIVE THE 1970 VOLKSWAGEN MAGIC BUS PINT-SIZED ROCKERS CAN TAK CENTER STAGE OR CREATE THEIR OWN MASH-UPS ON THE MUSIC MIXER.

THE MUSEUM ALSO HOSTS TH TODDLERS ROCK SUMMER CONCERT SERIES, HEADLINED BY THE HOTTEST KIDDIE MUSICIANS THE PARTY ROCKS ON AT TH CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF MANHATTAN THROUGH THE END OF THE YEAR.

THE IRISH REPERTORY THEATER'S ACCLAIMED REVIVAL OF CONOR McPHERSON'S 'THE WE'RE' COMES TO UNION SQUARE, A NIGHT OF GHOST STORIES THAT IS SURE TO BRING CHILL TO YOUR SUMMER THE NIGHT WIND HOWLS OUTSIDE A REMOTE COUNTRY PUB IN IRELAND.

THE REGULARS GATHER TO WELCOME AND IMPRESS THEIR PRETTY NEW NEIGHBOR WITH LOCAL LOWER AN TALL TALES

> THE YOUNGEST, NEFF, WA GOING HYSTERICAL, SAYING THERE WAS SOMETHING ON THE STAIRS.

NO ONE ELSE COULD SEE IT THOUGH BUT SHE COULD.

IT BEGINS WITH A BIT OF BLARNEY AND BRAG, BUT TH NEWCOMER HAS A GHOST HER OWN THE IRISH REP TOR THEATER' PRODUCTION RUNS THROUGH AUGUST 23rd

> THE JEWISH MUSEUM TAKES AN EYE-OPENING LOOK AT THE EARL DAYS OF TELEVISION REVOLUTION OF THE EYE: MODER ART AND THE BIRTH OF AMERICA TELEVISION ARGUES THAT CUTTING EDGE MODERN ART WAS AN INFLUBS AND A MODEL FOR THE NEW MASS MEDIUM THE EXHIBITION INCLUDES FINE ART AND GRAPHIC DESIGNS, ARTIFACTS AND CLIPS, HIGHLIGHTING TH VISUAL REVOLUTION OF THE 1950s AND '60s AND THE WAYS MODERN ART WAS APPROPRIATED FOR TELEVISION.

INNOVATION AND FORM AS WELL AS CONTENT FROM PIONEERS LIKE ERNIE KOVACS, ARTISTS WHO EMBRACED TV'S MASS AUDIENCE, FROM SALVE DARR DALLI'S TURN ON 'WHAT'S M LINE' TO ANDY WARHOL'S BEENIVE AIRWAYS COMMERCIAL THE INFLUENCE OF OPART THE PSYCHODELIC OPENING CREDIT AND GROOVY SETS OF 'THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW,' AND THE MEDIUM'S FIRST FULLY INTERACTIVE PROGRAM, 'WINKY DINK AND YOU,' WHIC TAUGHT KIDS HOW TO DRAW ON THEIR TELEVISION SETS.

> EVERY SUMMER, LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS BRINGS WORLD CLAS MUSIC, DANCE, AND THEATER TO THE PLAZA OF LINCOLN CENTER, ALL FOR FREE THIS WEEKEND, LOOK FOR THE BRIDGMAN PACKER DANCE COMPANY, PARKED ON JAFFE DRIVE.

IT COMBINES LIVE DANCE AND FIL PROJECTION CONSTANTLY CHANGING SCENES AND SHIFTS IN SCALE AND PERSPECTIV CREATE AN INTENTIONAL AMBIGUIT BETWEEN THE REAL AND THE VIRTUAL.

THE 15-MINUTE DANCE WILL B REPEATED SEVERAL TIMES O SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

> AND THAT'S THE 'NYC-ARTS NEWS FROM THE MUSEUM OF ARTS AN DESIGN IN COLUMBUS CIRCLE, I CHRISTINA HA ♪♪

> SMITHSONIAN'S NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN IN LOWER MANHATTAN OVERSEES ONE O THE WORLD'S MOST EXPANSIVE COLLECTIONS OF NATIVE ARTIFACTS.

ITS HOLDINGS INCLUDE OBJECTS PHOTOGRAPHS, ARCHIVES COVERING THE ENTIRE WESTERN HEMISPHERE, FROM THE ARCTIC CIRCLE TO TIER DELL FUEGO SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICA JEWELRY IS HIGHLY RECOGNIZABLE AND A COVETED ART FORM THE MUSEUM'S GEORGE GUSTAV HEY CENTER AT BOWLING GREEN IS CURRENTLY EXHIBITING OVER 30 EXAMPLES OF THIS EXQUISITE CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY MADE BY A GROUP OF TALENTED JEWELR ARTISTS.

NOW, 'NYC-ARTS' GOES ON JOURNEY TO GALLUP, NEW MEXICO, AND NAVAJO NATION, HOME TO THE YAZZIE FAMILY.

HERE THE YAZZIES HAVE BEEN CREATING MASTERFUL JEWELRY DESIGNS FOR FOUR GENERATIONS

> JEWELRY IS A VER SIGNIFICANT PART OF NAVAJO CULTURE.

IT'S REALLY A REFLECTION AND A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE STONE IT'S A RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LAND IT'S A RELATIONSHIP WITH EVERYTHING THAT'S NAVAJO

> GETTERING WORLD IS A EXHIBITION THAT FOCUSES ON THE BRILLIANT WORK OF LEE AND RA YAZZI, TWO VERY TALENTED BROTHERS AND THEIR FAMILY, MAN OF WHOM ARE ALSO NAVAJ JEWELERS THERE ARE OVER 300 PIECES OF JEWELRY IN THE EXHIBITION.

WE HAVE BRACELETS AND SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACES.

THERE ARE RINGS AND BELT BUCKLES.

THE JEWELRY ITSELF OF COURSE I VERY BEAUTIFUL AND PEOPL APPRECIATE IT, BUT THEY DON' REALLY UNDERSTAND THE STOR BEHIND THE WORK.

SO WHAT WE'VE TRIED TO DO IS PROVIDE SOME CULTURAL CONTEXTS AS WELL AS THE HISTORICA CONTEXT SO THAT VIEWERS CA REALLY APPRECIATE WHAT GOES INTO EACH PIECE AND REALLY SEE TH WORK DIFFERENTLY THE YAZZIES COME FROM A VERY LARGE FAMILY THEIR PARENTS USED JEWELRY AS MEANS TO SUPPORT THEMSELVES WHEN THE CHILDREN WERE YOUNG.

ELSIE WORKED AT HOME MAKIN JEWELRY.

CHEE YAZZIE, THE FATHER, WOULD TAKE THE WORK INTO TOWN, INT GALLUP, AND GO TO THE TRADIN POST HISTORICALLY, NAVAJO PEOPLE HAVE ONLY BEEN MAKING SQUULRY FOR ABOUT MAYBE A LITTLE BIT OVE 100 YEARS.

IT WAS INTRODUCED IN THE LAT 19th CENTURY AND EVENTUALL BECAME A REALLY IMPORTANT TRAD ITEM THERE ARE ALSO A LOT O PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE EXHIBITION, BOTH OF GALLUP AS IT WAS IN TH PAST AND GALLUP AS IT IS TODAY DIFFERENT SCENES FROM TH RESERVATION THAT REALLY GIVE YOU A FEEL FOR THE LANDSCAPE OF NE MEXICO AND WHERE THEY WERE RAISED LEE YAZZIE IS THE OLDEST SON I THE FAMILY THAT IS A JEWELER HE IS VERY WEDDED TO THE TRADITIONAL FORMS.

HE HAS REALLY TAKEN THES PATTERNS AND DESIGNS TO AN EXTREME.

HIS WORK IS VERY STRONG IN TERMS OF LIGHT AND SHADOW.

HE IS REALLY A MASTER WITH I COMES TO WORKING WITH SILVER I PARTICULAR HE IS A HUGE FAN OF TURQUOISE, SO YOU SEE THAT APPEARING QUIT FREQUENTLY IN HIS WORK THE BLUE CORN BRACELET I INSPIRED BY A COB OF CORN THAT HE SAW WHEN HE WAS HARVESTIN WITH HIS MOTHER.

IT'S REALLY A GREAT EXAMPLE OF LEE YAZZIE'S INNOVATION IN THE FIELD, TO BE ABLE TO LOOK AT ORDINARY THINGS AROUND HIM AND SEE DESIGN POSSIBILITIES RAY WAS VERY, VERY FOCUSED O BECOMING A FINE JEWELER AND AN ARTIST FROM A VERY EARLY AGE THIS WAS SOMETHING THAT HE WANTED BADLY, AND HE PURSUED VERY AGGRESSIVELY, AND HIS WOR IS INCREDIBLE.

IT'S ALMOST ARCHITECTURAL IN ITS FORM HE ALSO INCORPORATES GOLD INTO HIS WORK, AND VERY FINE INLA WORK HE ALSO IS VERY FOND OF USIN MANY COLORS IN HIS WORK, S THERE'S DEFINITELY A VER DIFFERENT AESTHETIC BETWEEN TH TWO BROTHERS RAY IS REALLY PROUD OF THE BLESSINGS BRACELET BECAUSE H WAS REALLY CHALLENGING HIMSELF TO SEE HOW MANY PIECES HE COUL GET INTO THAT SINGLE WORK SO IT'S REALLY A SPECTACULA EXPLOSION OF COLOR AND FORM.

ANOTHER ARTIST IN THE FAMILY THAT WE FOCUS ON HERE IN THE EXHIBITION IS MARY MARIE YAZZIE.

SHE IS THE ELDEST DAUGHTER I THE FAMILY AND REALLY IS THE FAMILY MATRIARCH AT THIS POINT SHE HERSELF STRINGS BEADS AN CREATES HER OWN MATERIAL SEVERAL OF THE WOMEN IN TH FAMILY ARE KNOWN FOR THEIR FIN WORK MAKING NAVAJO SILVER BEADS, WHICH IS A VERY LABOR INTENSIV PROCESS, BUT CREATES SOM INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL RESULTS WELL, WORKING ON THIS EXHIBITION WAS REALLY A PRIVILEGE I AM NAVAJO MYSELF, AND OF COURSE JEWELRY HAS BEEN PART O OUR LIVES SINCE I CAN REMEMBER SO FOR ME, THIS EXHIBITION WAS REALLY A GREAT OPPORTUNITY T LEARN MYSELF ABOUT WHA CONTEMPORARY NAVAJO ARTISTS AR DOING WITH IT TODAY AND TO SEE IT AS A CONTEMPORARY ART FORM, NOT JUST AS SOMETHING HISTORICAL BUT SOMETHING THAT'S REALL MOVING US INTO THE FUTURE.

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> HELLO, I'M RAFAEL PI ROMAN WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER, WHERE ALL YEAR ROUND NEW YORKERS AND GUESTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD VISIT THIS CULTURAL MECCA FO ITS THEATERS OVER FLOWING WITH THE BEST IN MUSIC, DANCE, OPERA, DRAMA, AND FILM.

THIS WEEK AT LINCOLN CENTER, THE MOSTLY MOZART FESTIVAL THE SUMMER'S EDITION OF TH FESTIVAL WILL TAKE PLACE A MULTIPLE VENUES ON THE LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS BETWEEN AL 25 AN AUGUST 22.

AMONG THE HIGHLIGHTS, THE MOSTLY MOZART FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA WILL PERFORM NINE CONCERTS UNDER TH BATAAN OF MUSIC DIRECTOR LOUIS LANGREE.

22 ARTISTS WILL MAKE THEIR DEBUT AT THIS FESTIVAL AND GEORGE BENJAMIN'S OPER 'WRITTEN ON SKIN' WILL MAKE IT AMERICAN DEBUT FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, PLEASE VISIT MOSTLYMOZART.ORG FOR EVEN MORE INFORMATION ABOU EVENTS HERE AT LINCOLN CENTER, VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT LINCOLNCENTER.ORG.

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WE HOPE YOU'VE ENJOYED OU PROGRAM THIS EVENING I'M PAULA ZAHN AT THE NEW YORK HISTORICA SOCIETY.

GOOD NIGHT AND SEE YOU NEX TIME

> NEXT WEEK ON 'NYC-ARTS,' A LOOK BEHIND THE SCENES OF TH FAMED SCHOOL OF AMERICAN BALLET.

GET YOUR SPACING.

FROM THE FILM 'BEFORE THE CURTAIN RISES'

THE SCHOOL OF AMERICAN BALLET WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1934 WITH THE PURPOSE OF TRAINING AMERICAN DANCERS IN THE CLASSICAL ART FORM OF BALLET

> AND A VISIT TO THE LONGHOUSE RESERVE IN EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK

CULTURE OUTDOORS IS AT IT BEST BECAUSE OF THE INTENS SHADE AND SHADOW THAT DEFINE SCULPTURE.

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> FUNDING FOR 'NYC-ARTS' I MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER, JODIE AND JOHN ARNHOLD ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN, JOYCE B. COWIN, TUESDAY EVENIN HOUR, INC., IN MEMORY OF MARJORIE GRIMM, THE MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION, AND THE ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF THIRTEEN.

'NYC-ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

FLEXIBILITY, COORDINATION, EXCELLENCE FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.