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All-Souls Church Interfaith Morning Prayer Service  
Going on now, every Wednesday 7:00 am - 7:30 am 
The service includes opening sentences, confession and forgiveness of sins, Psalms, readings from Old Testament (Torah) and New Testament, reflections on the readings, the Apostle’s Creed, intentions to God, and concluding prayers.   Add to Calendar

The Stony Brook University Hospital Blood Bank Needs Donors
For appointments call 631-444-DONATE (3662) Online - donateblood.stonybrookmedicine.edu Monday—Friday 8am to 8pm Saturday— 9am to 4pm. Walk-ins welcome! On weekends, holidays and after 4pm on weekdays please call ahead as our hours may vary.

Join the SBU Census Committee
The SBU Census Committee is looking for individuals, departments and organizations from the campus community to help spread awareness and encourage participation.

Korea: A Land of Hats
September 10-December 15

This exhibition highlights the rich culture of Korean hat fashion a century ago by showcasing various hats, including those that differentiated class, occupation, age, marriage status, special occasion, and season of the year

  Fall Art Exhibit
November 6-17
The SAA provides opportunities for artists to exhibit their work in other venues, such as Agawam Park where our annual summer outdoor show is held and Southampton Town Hall where we exhibit one-person shows on a monthly basis. Our members are artists eighteen years or older who reside on the eastern end of Long Island — on the south fork from Remsenburg to Montauk and on the north fork from Calverton to Orient Point. We also welcome Supporters of the Arts who are not artists themselves.

  The Jazz Loft Presents: Brazilian Jazz: Getz, Gilberto & the Bossa Nova     
November 14, 7 pm

The Jazz Loft pays tribute to tenor saxophonist Stan Getz and Brazilian vocalist Astrid Gilberto who fueled the bossa nova explosion in the US. Vanessa Trouble,vocals, John Marshall, tenor saxophone, Steve Salerno guitar, Tom Manuel flugelhorn.Tickets: adults $25, seniors $20, students $15, children $10

Solar Impressions & International Masters/Collaborations in Printmaking
November 16-December 29

Art at the SAC! See flyer for more details.

Looking Glass Film Screening
November 18, 11-12pm & 1-2pm

Synopsis:
 After his father was murdered Benjamin Looking Glass II, a young Native American man, builds a time machine using modern science and ancient knowledge in attempt to bring his father back, but ultimately discovers his true purpose in creation. Director Ginew Benton (Ojibway) is a Native American filmmaker local to the Hamptons, NY. Growing up on the Shinneock Nation Territory, Benton graduated from Stony Brook University with Honors in Theatre and High Honors in Media Arts. He is a Ford Foundation Film Fellow for his short film script  Looking Glass. Benton has directed several short films which received critical acclaim, including  Cry for HelpMonotonyThe Hatrix, and  Crossroads.

STEM Speaker Series: "Predicting Dynamic Fracture of Fiber Composites to Enable Protection of Army Personnel and Infrastructure" with Dr. Kedar Kirane
November 19, 1-2pm

Fiber composites are attractive for engineering applications owing to their excellent mechanical properties, including their superior energy dissipation capability compared to other lightweight materials. This could be beneficial in structures that are meant for the protection of army personnel and infrastructure from impact/blast loads. Since physical testing is prohibitively costly, even impossible at times, successful designs of such structures often heavily rely on insightful modeling. In this talk, various challenges involved in developing such models will be presented. Primarily, the focus will be on the difficulties in correctly predicting the formation, propagation, and branching of cracks that form under dynamic loads in composites. Secondly, a recently developed computational multiscale model will be described, which provides an ideal framework to enable these predictions. 

 

The Jazz Loft Presents: Stony Brook University DMA Jazz Recitals
November 19, 7 pm
Doctor of Music Arts candidates, Darrell Smith drums and Eli Yamin piano perform their jazz recitals.Tickets: $10 adults, $5 seniors and students,SBU faculty/staff free with ID

The Jazz Loft Presents:Jazz Loft Trio, Jam and the Art of Jazz  
November 20, 7 pm
The Jazz Loft Trio performs at 7 PM followed by a jazz jam at 8 PM. While the music plays artists from the Atelier will sketch a live clothed model. Kevin McEvoy from the Atelier will instruct. Tickets: arrive at 7 PM $10, arrive at 8 PM $5

The Jazz Loft Presents: The Bad Little Big Band                      
November 21, 7 pm
Pianist Rich Iacona leads his 12 piece big band in performing the music of the Great American Song Book and original compositions by band members. Vocalist Madeline Kole accompanies. Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors, $15 students, $10 children

The Jazz Loft Presents: Michelle Brangwen Dance Ensemble with Tim Hagens Quartet  
November 22, 8 pm
The Michelle Brangwen Dance Ensemble is a contemporary dance company that features new choreography, live original music and the integration of musicians in the imagery so that the dancers and musicians break the boundaries of traditional ensemble interaction. Tim Hagens is a highly individualistic jazz trumpeter known for his advanced chromatic lines and progressive big band work. Tickets: Adults $40, Seniors $35, Students $30, Children $25, Children under 5 free.

The Jazz Loft Presents: Michelle Brangwen Dance Ensemble with Tim Hagens Quartet        
November 23, 7 pm
The Michelle Brangwen Dance Ensemble is a contemporary dance company that features new choreography, live original music and the integration of musicians in the imagery so that the dancers and musicians break the boundaries of traditional ensemble interaction. Tim Hagens is a highly individualistic jazz trumpeter known for his advanced chromatic lines and progressive big band work. Tickets: Adults $40, Seniors $35, Students $30, Children $25, Children under 5 free.  

The Jazz Loft Presents: Stony Brook University Jazz DMA Recitals
November 26, 7 pm
Maya Stoyanova, vocals and Keenan Zach, bass, perform their Doctor Music of Music recitals. Tickets: adults $10, seniors and students $ 5, SBU faculty/staff free with ID

The Jazz Loft Presents:  Jazz Loft Trio and Jam Session
November 27, 7 pm
The Jazz Loft Trio performs at  7 PM followed by a jam at 8 PM Tickets: Arrive at 7 PM $10, Arrive at 8 PM $5

Jazz Loft Trio and Jam Session            
December 4, 7pm
The Jazz Loft Trio performs at 7 PM followed by an 
open jam at 8 PM.  Tickets: Arrive at 7 PM $10, Arrive at 8 PM $5

The 17 piece Jazz Loft Big Band
December 6

The 17 piece Jazz Loft Big Band performs a jazz Nutcracker Suite with narration by trumpeter and Jazz Loft founder Tom Manuel. Vocalist Danny Bacher will perform other holiday music with the band. Tickets: $30 adults, $25 seniors,$20 students,  $15 children, children under 5 free

Ward Melville Heritage Organization presents: Here Comes the Puppet
December 8, 11 am-6 pm
The procession of puppets, led by Tom Manuel (President and Founder of The Jazz Loft) and a New Orleans Brass Band, will begin at 2:15 pm at the Stony Brook Fire Department in the Harbor Crescent section of the Village.  Additional festivities throughout the day include community school bands, a petting zoo, holiday train display, live music with WALK Radio, holiday carolers, Wiggs Opticians Holiday Windows and, of course, Santa, who arrives with great fanfare aboard a Stony Brook Fire Department truck at 2 pm to the front of the Post Office to hear children’s wishes until 5 pm.  He returns in dramatic style at 5:30 pm atop the Stony Brook Fire Department’s 3,000 light float for the annual tree lighting.

The Jazz Loft Presents: Blowage Big Band     
December 9, 7pm
Blowage, the Stony Brook University Jazz Big Band, 
will perform under the direction of trombonist  Ray Anderson.  Tickets: $10 adults,$5 seniors and students,  SBU faculty and staff free with ID