“Art, Health and Wellness: The Power of Nature"

New York Institute of Technology, 1855 Broadway

Housed within the new Nada Marie Anid, Ph.D. Art Gallery and Student Lounge on the first floor of 1855 Broadway on New York Tech's New York City campus, the work of Emilie Brzezinski is open to the public one Friday each month. The exhibit features t... more

Housed within the new Nada Marie Anid, Ph.D. Art Gallery and Student Lounge on the first floor of 1855 Broadway on New York Tech's New York City campus, the work of Emilie Brzezinski is open to the public one Friday each month. The exhibit features three original sculptures: Cherry Bench II, a formidable bench hewn from a single cherry trunk that welcomes visitors to sit and explore, and Girl and Boy, two pieces from Brzezinski’s Water Garden Collection. Featuring images of the artist in action and with many of her other works, the exhibit explores the critical connections between art and nature, healing, family, resilience, learning, and design. A film with interviews of Brzezinski and a display of the tools of her craft round out the show.
Emilie Brzezinski's "Art, Health, and Wellness: The Power of Nature" opened on November 8 at a private event featuring the artist's daughter, Mika, and Mayor Bill DeBlasio.


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“Art, Health and Wellness: The Power of Nature"

Fri, December 17
6:00PM
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Fri, January 21
6:00PM
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New York Institute of Technology, 1855 Broadway
New York, NY
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December 17, Friday 6:00PM
January 21, Friday 6:00PM
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Arts

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