Music & mystique of downtown New York with Eric Charry & Green Street

Since the early 20th century, downtown New York has been one of the most artistically vital and creative geographic areas in America, known for its avant-garde, counter, and alternative cultural tendencies. Home or workplace of Upton Sinclair and the muckrakers, Jackson Pollack and the abstract expressionist visual artists, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and the beat poets, and Merce Cunningham and the modern dancers, Greenwich Village and neighborhoods to the east and south continue to attract a special breed of artists and activists. Musical artists were not only integral to this scene—one can argue that they defined it.

Join Eric Charry and Green Street Arts Center for this informal lecture on Sunday, March 28 from 2–4pm as part of the Sunday Salon Discussion Series, Green Street’s monthly discussion series for creative minds and curious individuals hosted by Wesleyan University Chemistry Professor David Beveridge. Each monthly salon includes plenty of opportunity for socializing as well as a reception with light refreshments. To register or get more information, please visit: www.greenstreetartscenter.org or call (860) 685-7871.

Date: Sunday, March 28
Time: 2-4PM
Place: Green Street Arts Center is located at 51 Green Street
Cost: $5 for the general public and $3 for Green Street members, seniors, and students.