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I just saw an amazing exhibit at the Vincent Astor Gallery in The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (by Lincoln Center). Entitled, "500 Years of Italian Dance: Treasures from the Cia Fornaroli Collection" it is a true treasure. Curated by Lynn Garafola, it contains sketches, lithographs, posters, personal memorabilia, et cetera, all of which is painstakingly labelled. There is such a wealth of knowledge that the exhibition offers and it so wonderfully put together, I would recommend it to absolutely everyone! I am not sure for how much longer it is open, but there is also a terrific website with even more resources. (www.nypl.org/italiandance)

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What an amazing resource for those of you in NYC! Unfotunately, January 20 is the last day.
Fortunately, the last day was not yesterday!

While nothing is the same as seeing these things in person, we're so lucky to live in the Digital Age, when we can experience such exhibitions virtually, regardless of distance.

So much internet, so little time!

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Thanks for the heads up, balletchic101. I hope others can go.

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