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April 24, 2017 by G Grella

PATV honored “World Art Day” with a special LIVE program on Friday, April 21, 2017 on PATV channels 20 (Optimum) and 37 (Verizon) streamed at patv.org/livestream that started at 10am and went to 2pm (EDT) in partnership with Gold Coast Arts Center, Nassau County Museum of Art and Dance Visions.

Joining the celebration at PATV studio hosted by Erica Bradley, PATV Executive Director were Regina Gil, Founder/Executive Director of Gold Coast Arts Center, (GCAC), who interviewed singer/songwriter and the winner of “Your Big Break”; Paris Ray, who performed one of her songs in the PATV studio, and Caroline Sorokoff, Associate Director of GCAC and Jude Amsel, Gallery Director, GCAC.

Shirley Romaine, Actress and Co-chairperson of the North Shore Community Arts Council interviewed Karl Emil Willers, Ph.D., Director of the Halson Exhibit at the Nassau County Museum of Art and was filmed by the PATV crew: Rebecca Farina and Marcelo Mendez.

The Silly Shakespeare Company performed and host Jess Winans interviewed artists Julian McBride and Jaranol Dragvik, just to name a few!

If you missed the LIVE program, you can still watch the video on Facebook at PATV – Long Island and on our YouTube channel: PATV Long Island.

(L to R): Jess Winans, host with Julian McBride, artist, Erica Bradley, PATV Executive Director and Jaranol Dragvik, artist.

(L to R): Jess Winans, host with Julian McBride, artist, Erica Bradley, PATV Executive Director and Jaranol Dragvik, artist.

(L to R): Paris Ray with Regina Gil

(L to R): Paris Ray with Regina Gil

(L to R): Karl Emil Willers, Ph.D., Director of Halston Exhibit at the Nassau County Museum of Art with Shirley Romaine, Actress and Co-chairperson North Shore Community Arts Council.

(L to R): Karl Emil Willers, Ph.D., Director of Halston Exhibit at the Nassau County Museum of Art with Shirley Romaine, Actress and Co-chairperson North Shore Community Arts Council.


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