Join VCNY for one of our first workshops: Calligraphy at Japan Society! No prior experience (or skill) is needed, and all levels are welcome. Materials will be provided for you.
Amy Kwei '17 invites you to join her at MOCA, Chinatown, NY on September 17, where she will be holding a talk on the cultural background of her book "A Concubine for the Family and Under the Red Moon."
Please note that this is not a VCNY event, but we are always happy to help spread the word on what our alumni are up to in NYC. Feel free to message us with any upcoming opportunities!
There are only a few spots left for our upcoming discussion with author and special guest Karin Tanabe '02! Register NOW for this fantastic event before it's too late!!
We’re heading back to Los Feliz tonight for our sixth Lower East Side summer night filled with margaritas and guacamole. Join us as we toast to the summer season, and to the alma mater that connects us all!
We are thrilled to be joined by author and special guest Karin Tanabe'02 as she leads a conversation about her new novel, “The Diplomat's Daughter.” Space is extremely limited, so register now!
October 5, 2017, 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Japan Society, 333 E 47th St, New York, NY
Join us for a hands-on workshop at Japan Society and learn the basics of shodō, the art of Japanese calligraphy, from Master Biho. No prior experience with Japanese or Chinese characters is needed, and all levels are welcome. All materials will be provided on site.
Tsuyoshi Takemori (Master Biho) has over 30 years of teaching experience in Japanese Calligraphy and has served as the Director of Calligraphy for the Kampo Cultural Center in the US. Recently, he has worked at the Japan Calligraphy Center International. He holds a bachelor's degree in Literature from Ryukyu University in Okinawa, Japan.
Tickets are $20.00. Space is extremely limited, so register now!
Interested in joining the VCNY Programming Committee to plan innovative events for alumnae/i in the tri-state area? Let Marie Dugo ’11 and Stephanie Goldberg ’14 know at email@example.com! Feel free to contact the Club with any questions about our events or ways to get involved.
October 6, 2017, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Flea Theater, 20 Thomas St, New York, NY
The Vassar Club of New York is pleased to announce a special preview at the new Flea Theater, with our host, Flea Producing Director Carol Ostrow ’77! Based on true events, actor and playwright NSangou Njikam leads us on a lyrical ride to discover what it really takes to freestyle in Syncing Ink. Directed by Artistic Director Niegel Smith, Syncing Ink will open The Sam, the Flea’s new space. We hope you can join us for a fantastic night!
Join us for complimentary pre-show drinks at 6:00 PM and a post-show talkback with the cast directly following the performance. Show run time is approximately two hours. All the tickets will be available day of the performance. Upon arrival at the theater, please state your name and “Vassar Club of New York.”
Tickets are $40. Space is limited, so register now!
Interested in joining the VCNY Programming team to help plan fantastic events? Talk to Marie Dugo ‘11 or Stephanie Goldberg ‘14 (firstname.lastname@example.org)! Feel free to also reach out with any questions about this event.