The Word, The Sound, And The Image At Hunter Happens Thursday

Artful Yoga Is Saturday

Monday, April 07, 2014
Christian Collier
Christian Collier

The Word, The Sound, and The Image: Meditations on "Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights Era, and Beyond" will be at Hunter Happens, Thursday, 6 p.m. at the Hunter Museum. 

Musician, DJ and spoken word poet Christian Collier and other local performers will bring the paintings in the special exhibition to new meaning and life, performing on themes that travel from the past to the present, from the paintings to the living soul. 

Artful Yoga: Celebrating Slow Art Day will be Saturday from 1:30-4:30  p.m. at Hunter Museum. 

This artful yoga session is in conjunction with national slow art day, as participants slow their pace and explore centering for body mind and soul.  

Yoga instructor Kyle House of Thrive Studio and Hot Yoga Plus will be joined by Julian King, a DJ also known as Vata, who will be spinning original music created for this event.  

Open to all levels.  Participants must bring own mat as the Hunter does not own mats.  Registration is not required.


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