Get the Facts: The NY Health Insurance Exchange
Still on the fence about getting health insurance before the March 31st deadline? Think it’s too expensive? Don’t understand how the income subsidies work? Confused about the NY Health Insurance Exchange? We’re hosting a FREE and informative seminar this month to learn more.
Insurance navigator Renata Marinaro (Director of Health Services, Eastern Region, The Actors Fund) will discuss how the health insurance exchange works and what your options are.
Read up and create and account beforehand:
Did you know that you can make a free one-on-one appointment with a navigator to help you find the right policy for you? There will be a last minute rush for appointments so we urge everyone to make an appointment in addition to attending our seminar.
Schedule Navigator Appointment
Did you know you could insure your children separately and at subsidized rates?
*** Free drinks (non-healthy and healthy varieties) thanks to PHOTOSHELTER!
Open Show NY #9
This will be our first themed screening - HOME.
Show: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Venue: The Bronx Documentary Center, 614 Courtlandt Ave, Bronx | Food and drink available for purchase. Suggested donation $10.
Our presenters for the evening:
Brenda Ann Kenneally | The Boy From Troy
Laura Glabman | The Spring After the Storm
Nancy Borowick | In Sickness and In Health
Sheila Griffin | Home/Visiting Hours
Smita Sharma | Eli’s Mom
Open Show NY #8
SHOW: Wednesday, October 2, 2013
TIME: 7:00-9:00pm (screening starts 7:15pm- get there early to get a seat!)
VENUE: The Half King, 505 W. 23rd St, NY
Ilona Szwarc – Rodeo Girls
Joseph Michael Lopez – Dear New Yorker
Johnny Milano – Dolphin Lane
M.Wesley Ham - South of Here
Open Show New York Presents“Separate, But Equal” Documentary Screening July 16th
From time to time we’ll be coordinating special events outside our normal salons with Open Show NY Presents. For our inaugural event, we’ll be screening the one hour documentary “Separate, But Equal” at Brooklyn Oenology followed by a Q+A with the filmmaker Shawn D. Wilson.
“Separate, But Equal” is an extraordinary treasure: Rediscovered photographs by Henry Clay Anderson that document a virtually ignored and neglected chapter in African-American history – the proud, dignified community of middle-class blacks that existed throughout the South at the dawn of the civil rights movement – Separate, But Equal
Where: Brooklyn Oenology 209 Wythe Avenue (@N 3rd St), Brooklyn, NY
RSVP: RSVP on FACEBOOK or at firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP Required due to limited seating
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HOST AN OPEN SHOW
Open Show is always looking for great venues that fit 50-150 people such as universities, galleries, studios, companies, non-profits, community spaces and more. Find out more about what we look for and contact us at email@example.com to become one of our venue partners.
Our One Year Anniversary Show!!
OPEN SHOW NY #7
SHOW: Wednesday, June 5, 2013; 6:30-10pm.
VENUE: Bronx Documentary Center , 614 Courtlandt Ave, Bronx
Jason Eskenazi | Double Zero
Brendon Stuart | Riding The Dog: America From The Bus
Diana Markosian | Goodbye My Chechnya
Spencer Platt | Tegucigalpa: Violence and Grief
Open Show NY and The Bronx Documentary Center are excited to co-host our upcoming show. We launched at BDC last year and it’s great to be returning there to celebrate our one year anniversary.
It’ll be an outdoor projection so come early to socialize, eat and drink before the show starts at 8pm. Suggested donation at the door of $7 to support Open Show and The BDC. Everyone is welcome to bring your own food or something to share. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
Open Show provides a forum for our local community of visual storytellers to share their projects. Each month photographers, filmmakers and multimedia producers gather at different venues around the city for an evening of presentations and lively conversations.
Open Show NY # 6
Andrew Lichtenstein – American Memory
Christopher Guess – The First Stage of Grief is Denial
David DiLillo – Carnival Autumn
Emine Ziyatdinova – The Wind Blows East
Nancy Siesel – Solitary Dancer
A big thanks to our presenters for show #5. It was a great night:
Arlene Gottfried – Bacalaitos and Fireworks
Manjari Sharma – Darshan
Rebecca Davis – Commuters
Gaia Squarci – Broken Screen
Mark Ovaska – Forever Glades