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First Thursday @Wadsworth Atheneum (+ the Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival)

  • Wadsworth Atheneum

    600 Main St, Hartford, CT (map)

    41.794332 -72.664378

  • We have not been to first Thursday at the Wadsworth Atheneum in a while.  Ocotober looks fun, the theme is MAD MEN. The cocktails, musics and snacks start at 5pm, Plus the Manhatten Short Film Festival start at 8pm.

    We’re taking it back to the 60s, Mad Men style during this month’s First Thursday After Hours! Enjoy extended exhibition hours, 60s tunes by Side B, cash bars, food, art activities, a film and more!

    CURRENT showing : Media Rewind 1963
    June 4 – December, 2013.  Social and political upheaval dominated the headlines in 1963. Controversy around civil rights, the space program and capital punishment commanded the news. Graphic images of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the murder of his accused killer Lee Harvey Oswald are indelibly printed in collective memory. Fifty years later, we look back at the powerful images of individuals and events from that tumultuous year. The iconic pictures that filled newspapers, magazines and television screens became source material for Pop artists, and later other artists, who borrowed and manipulated images from popular culture in their works of art.

    8 pm film: Manhattan Short Film Festival ($)

    The shorts are always interesting and varied..and it is fun to be part of the voting..

    http://youtu.be/Ljj2eWiSzj8

    The 16th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival. This year, the Festival received a record breaking 628 short film entries from 48 countries, and selected 10 finalists, whose films will screen across 6 continents from September 27 to October 6. Audiences at each screening venue will be handed a voting card upon entry and asked to vote for the one film they think should win. Votes will be sent to Manhattan Short HQ and the winner will be announced on Sunday, October 6 at 10 pm (EST), via Manhattan Short’s website.

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  • caprice t.

    Get your tickets now: www.socialchangetheatre.ticketleap.com!

    Ignited by an electric collision of beatboxing, breaking and lyrical flow, How to Break sneaks into a hospital room with a fake ID, a potty mouth, and a bad case of heartsick. A pediatric hematologist, a folk singer, and a nurse with a beatboxing problem try not to screw up two hospitalized teenagers – a b-boy with sickle cell and a fiercely independent dancer with leukemia – learning to live while their bodies are breaking.

    How to Break plays at the ACES ECA Arts Hall, 55 Audubon St, October 3-6. Tickets: www. socialchangetheatre.ticketleap.com.

    September 28, 2013

  • Gabriele

    For folks coming late.. Meet us at the lobby of the MOVIE theater downstairs at 7:30 if you dont see us walking around..

    September 5, 2013

  • Neva

    I will probably late as i work until 5 and im driving from cromwell.

    August 31, 2013

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