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An Evening of Words, Music and Art
to benefit The Earth School

The Earth School is a small, progressive New York City Public School for Grades Pre-K through 5 with an emphasis on the Arts and Earth Sciences and a commitment to environmental awareness and diversity.JONATHAN LETHEM is a Brooklyn-born writer and 2006 MacArthur Fellow whose work includes the novels The Fortress of Solitude and Motherless Brooklyn. He will read from his forthcoming novel You Don't Love Me Yet.

LAURA CANTRELL has a unique, modern country perspective that is evident on her latest album, Humming by the Flowered Vine (Matador Records). As Elvis Costello once told WORD magazine (U.K.): "If Kitty Wells made 'Rubber Soul' it would sound like Laura Cantrell."

THE WINGDALE COMMUNITY SINGERS are David Grubbs (of Gastr Del Sol and Squirrel Bait), visual artist Nina Katchadourian, novelist Rick Moody, singer-songwriter Hannah Marcus, and fiddler Abe Streep. Their eponymous album was released in 2005 on Plain Recordings.

LES CHAUD LAPINS present French songs of the '20s-'40s. Kurt Hoffman (The Ordinaires and Band of Weeds) and Meg Reichardt (Roulette Sisters) use banjo ukuleles to conjure an alternate reality in this eccentric and charming band.

Tickets $25.

Please call Yonni Walker at 212.714.9500, or email reception@jamescohan.com

Gallery seating is limited.