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Feiffer appearance, exhibit; Felipe Galindo's "Manhatitlan Codex" at Rutgers; Virginia Snedecker's work at Rutgers; Roz Chast's honorary degree; New Posted Note: Home At Last: Thurber & Nugent's Male Animal

From Westchester.com,  April 24, 2009,  "Katonah Museum of Art Family Day", this piece on Jules Feiffer's upcoming appearance, Sunday, May 3rd,  to present his latest book, Which Puppy?, a collaborative effort with his daughter, Kate Feiffer.  The Museum also has a Feiffer  exhibit, Picture Books,  on display (through June 28): www.westchester.com/Westchester_News/Entertainment/Katonah_Museum_Of_Art_Family_Day_2009042411345.html  

More information: www.katonahmuseum.org/ 

From The Artful Blogger, April 23, 2009, "The Urban Realist" this piece on Virginia Snedecker, and the exhibit "A Parallel Presence: National Association of Women Artists, 1889 - 2009" now at Rutger's Zimmerli Art Museum through April 26, 2009:  www.packetinsider.com/blog/art/

From The Daily Targum, April 12, 2009, "Drawings, films link Mexican, U.S. Culture", this piece on Felipe Galindo's "Manhatitlan Codex",  now on display at Rutger's Center for Latino Arts and Culture. ( Exhibit open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. through 5 p.m., until May 1, 2009):  www.dailytargum.com/university/drawings-films-link-mexican-u-s-culture-1.1696611

From the Dartmouth News, April 23, 2009, "Native American author Louise Erdrich '76 to give Dartmouth's 2009 Commencement address, Sunday, June 14" this announcement that Roz Chast will be among those awarded an honorary doctorate that day:  www.dartmouth.edu/~news/releases/2009/04/23.html

And finally,  a new Posted Note: michaelmaslin.com/index.php




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