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Re: Installation: THE TIME BEING - double feature this weekend
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2pm today.

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If you're interested in learning about the Dutch period - 1609 to about 1670 - don't miss this film.

The Dutch influence continued on in full effect long past the English political take-over of the area, and actually continues till today.

Discussion following the film.

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Two ART+HISTORY offerings this weekend:

Saturday, October 24, 2pm
See the documentary
Uncovering America's Forgotten Colony: The New Netherland Project
about the 30-year effort to translate documents from the New Netherland period, when the Dutch governed what is now the New Jersey/New York area. Learn about the work of Dr. Charles T. Gehring at the archives in Albany. Discussion to follow.
@ The Five Corners branch of the Jersey City Public Library, northwest corner of Newark Ave. and Summit Ave.

Sunday, October 25, 12noon-4pm
Your last chance to see
THE TIME BEING
an installation about the convergence of time and place that asks the question, What is history?
By artists Trish Szymanski and Loura van der Meule
@ 78 Sussex Street, between Greene and Washington, near the downtown Jersey City waterfront
Catalog and framed tile prints for sale.
Visit Loura van der Meule's studio.

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