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LONGWOOD ART GALLERY at HOSTOS. On View through February 4 - April 1, 2015 Lasting Legacies: Ellsworth Ausby, Xenobia Bailey, Honey Kassoy, and Olga Kitt. Lasting Legacies is an exhibition of works by elder artists from BCA's Creating A Living Legacy (CALL) Program, a program of the Joan Mitchell Foundation. Featuring textile art, sculpture and painting and graffiti art, the show was organized by BCA and Longwood Arts Project’s Director and Curator Juanita Lanzo. Information here...

Longwood Art Gallery, On view in The Project Room: February 4 - May 6, 2015 Dubbed: Lady K Fever, an installation by Lady K Fever (Kathleena Howie) and curated by Bronx artist and 2013 BCA BRIO winner Laura Napier, is a fresh, innovative installation - the artist’s first solo NYC exhibition. Working in the Gallery’s Project Room during the days prior to her opening, Lady K Fever will remix her own work, layering graffiti vernacular, drawings, paintings on Plexiglas and cardboard, razor wire, transparencies, found objects, and selfies with her signature abstract expressive flora and botanicals. Information here...

On March 2, 2015 The Bronx Museum of the Arts will honor Tats Cru at its Spring Gala & Auction: Celebrating Education, hailing their importance as one of the world’s preeminent graffiti arts collectives. Read more...

Lehman Art Gallery Programs: The Lehman College Art Gallery, 250 Bedford Pk. Blvd., W., offers a variety of new programs for children, teachers and families. Students will analyze, interpret and share their reactions to the gallery’s works and participate in in-class art projects. More information call (718) 960-8731 or visit .

The "Original" Hall of Fame: The Hall of Fame for Great Americans, which features 98 bronze portrait busts of noted  Americans, is open seven days a week at the Bronx Community College campus (at  University Avenue and West 181st Street). Group tours are available. For more  info, call 289-5161.

The Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture's Meeting House: (4450 Fieldston Rd., 718-548-4445):  film club,  presents  . . . Call 718-548-4445 for details.

The Point: (841 Barretto St., 718-542-0267 or 718-842-5223; discounts for Bronx Cultural Card holders):

At the Bronx Zoo: (718-367-1010):  A variety of courses and programs for children and adults. Call 718-367-1010 or 718-220-5131 for all fees.  Call 718-367-1010 for admission fees.

The Bronx Culture Trolley has become a "must do event" on the calendars of "First Wednesday" regulars from all five boroughs and beyond. Read about it here...


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