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“Henry Street Settlement held the first annual CINEMAtheque Party at movie theater Metrograph to benefit local programs.”
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“Henry Street Settlement usually hosts its annual fundraiser at the Plaza Hotel. But this year the 124-year-old organization kept it local, throwing a party and hosting s film screening at the Metrograph Theater.”
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“The Lower East Side’s Henry Street Settlement, which offers social service, arts, and health care programs to 60,000 New Yorkers each year, held a benefit event on October 18.”
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“’On a 75-degree day, you can rest assured that Canal Street will still smell like Canal Street,’ said David Garza, executive director of Henry Street Settlement, to the crowd at Metrograph on Tuesday night of the neighborhood home to the theater.”
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“Every year – at least, for the most recent chunk of its 124-year history – the Henry Street Settlement throws its annual fundraiser uptown in the tony Plaza Hotel. But seeing as the group provides socials services, art programs, and healthcare to those in need on the Lower East Side, this year, its organizers decided to keep things local, throwing its first ever downtown, cinema-themed bash on Monday night at the beloved Metrograph theater.”
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“Last night, Henry Street Settlement held its first annual CINEMAtheque Party to benefit its social service, arts, and health care programs at Lower East Side arthouse movie theater Metrograph. The event was co-chaired by Sarah Arison, Kalliope Karella, Teddy Liouliakis & Yvette Quiazon, Angela Mariani, Anna da Silveira Pinheiro, Lesley Schulhof and Terry Zucker.”
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“Artist Daniel Arsham teamed up with Henry Street Settlement (HSS) – an institution opening opportunities for those from unprivileged backgrounds via social service or arts – to take a group of high schoolers from the HSS’ Abrons Art Center Engagement Program and Expanded Horizons initiative on a tour of his Long Island City studio, sharing the know-how of his artistic practice.”
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“High school students in the Henry Street Settlement’s (HSS) Abrons Art Center Engagement Program and Expanded Horizons college prep and leadership program were treated to a private tour of Daniel Arsham’s Long Island City studio on October 12.”
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“After years of considerable success, including collabs with Pharrell and Hedi Slimane and solo shows at both New York’s Galerie Perrotin and LA’s OHWOW Gallery (now rebranded to Moran Bondaroff), artist and architect Daniel Arsham is giving back. This past Wednesday, the artist opened his enormous studio doors to eight lucky high school students involved in the non-profit social service agency Henry Street Settlement.”
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“Henry Street rolled out the blue carpet on Ludlow Street last night for more than 200 guests who attended the exclusive CINEMAtheque Party at Metrograph. The party, held to raise funds for Henry Street’s social service, arts and health care programs, celebrated the arts on the Lower East Side, including both its venue (the neighborhood’s new art-house cinema) and the highlight of the evening, a film presentation by artist Daniel Arsham.”
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