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Mar 01 2013

Upcoming Items/Events at the Staten Island Museum : March 10 – 16 + ongoing

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Upcoming Items/Events at the Staten Island Museum
March 10 – 16 + ongoing

 

Staten Island Museum - FleshFlesh Into Light: Book Signing Video Event

Sunday, March 10
2:00pm
Staten Island Museum
75 Stuyvesant Place

Free with Museum admission

Robert Haller, Director of the Anthology Film Archives, presents his new book chronicling pioneer choreographer/film maker Amy Greenfield’s forty films. Her expressive cinematic body language reveals poetic representations of the female body and surreal motion.

 

Ecology Walk: Wolfe’s Pond Park (FREE)Staten Island Museum - Ecology Walk

Sunday, March 10
9:00am – 11:00am

Wolfe’s Pond Park

Explore the pond basin and beach for early spring migrants and late winter waterfowl. Meet at the corner of Holten Avenue and Purdy Place.

 

Staten Island Museum - Bird WalkMid-Week Bird Walk: Clove Lakes Park (FREE)

Wednesday, March 13
10:00am – 12:00pm
Clove Lakes Park

A walk through the park should yield late wintering songbirds, raptors, waterfowl, and with a little luck, a few early spring migrants. Meet on the Martling Avenue bridge.

 

Jr. Science Club: Tracking Weather!Staten Island Museum - Jr Science Club

Saturday, March 16
10:00am – 12:00pm
Staten Island Museum

75 Stuyvesant Place

$8/$5 for Museum Members

For children 8 – 13, parents may observe. Learn to observe and predict short range weather changes and build a simple weather instrument!

 

Staten Island Museum - Tanker AshoreNew Online Exhibition

We are here: Superstorm Sandy and her Aftermath on Staten Island

This online gallery has been created to commemorate the historic event of Superstorm Sandy and and the aftermath on Staten Island, as seen through the eyes and camera lenses of those whose communities were ravaged by the water and winds on the night of October 27, 2012. Thirty-seven images from thirteen artists are presented here to illustrate the onslaught of the storm and the resulting losses.

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