Events for 9/11
the Mix: The New Normal
Airs on Channel 13
September 15, 22, and 29, 11:30 am and 6:00 pm
A collection of documentaries in which teens relay personal stories
about the day of the attacks.
Evening of Reflection and Hope
Sponsored by the Jewish Community Center
Manhattan Symphony Space, Broadway & 95th St.
September 10, 6:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
A commemoration of the one-year anniversary of September 11th
with written testimony and music. Free admission.
York City’s September 11th Commemoration
September 11, 8:00 a.m.–10:29 a.m. www.nyc.gov
A procession of pipe and drum corps led by the FDNY, Port Authority
of New York and New Jersey, the NYPD and the City Corrections
and Sanitation Departments, marching from each borough and arriving
at the World Trade Center site at 8 a.m. At the site there will
be two moments of silence; former Mayor Giuliani will lead a reading
of the names of those lost. The President will visit the site
late in the afternoon. At sunset, there will be an observance
at The Sphere in Battery Park. Candlelight vigils will be held
in Central Park, Van Cortland Park, Prospect Park, Flushing Meadows
Park and Snug Harbor.
of Remembrance and Voices of Inspiration
Metropolitan Museum of Art, September 11
A daylong series of free special programs: “Music of Remembrance,”
as listed below, in the Medieval Sculpture Hall; and “Voices of
Inspiration,” selected readings appropriate to the date, at 10:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m. in The Charles Engelhard Court.
a.m. -Judith Serkin, cello, and friends: works for four cellos
12:00 p.m. -Parthenia, A Consort of Viols
1:00 p.m. -Stephanie Chase, violin: Bach violin sonatas
2:00 p.m. -Paula Robison, flute
3:00 p.m. -Edward Arron, cello, and friends: Schubert Quintet
in C major.
Free with Museum admission.
Will Come Again
Lincoln Center–Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
Rose Building, 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, 10th Floor, September
An evening of song and poetry
Admission is free; tickets available at the Juilliard Box Office.
11 Observed: Yahrzeit
Museum of Jewish Heritage
18 First Place in Battery Park City
Open 10 a.m.–5:45 p.m. and free on September 11th
Exhibit on display through January 5,2003
An exhibition of the yahrzeit–the Jewish observance that marks
the anniversary of death–of September 11th.
School of Visual Arts
209 East 23rd Street
September 11–October 9
Reception is on September 11, 5 pm-8 pm
An exhibition of artwork created by SVA faculty and students.
Faculty art is displayed in the Visual Arts Museum at the above
address and student work is at Westside Gallery on 141 West 21st
Columbia University’s Teachers College
A website launched by Teachers College with resources for teachers
interested in a more global approach. It will include lesson plans,
video presentations and other materials from leaders in curriculum
development and diversity issues.
September 11, 8:40a.m. - 9:00p.m.
Barnard College has planned a daylong commemoration, including
tree planting (4:30 p.m.), an art mural which three city elementary
school children will paint in memory of the tragedy (12:45 p.m.–4:00
p.m.), a candlelight vigil (9:00 p.m.), and other memorials to
mark the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
Kids Respond to a World Crisis
Gallery in lower Manhattan
180 Maiden Lane
September 1st - the end of the year
Monday-Friday 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
The Center for Arts Education and the Alliance for Young Artists
& Writers, Inc. jointly present an exhibit of artwork by New
York City and tri-state area students, in grades K-12, expressing
their reactions to the attacks of September 11th.
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