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arts in Sleepert and beyond from page 13 composition - "Two Moods" by Patricia King of Roslyn - at a performance of the Long Island Composers Alliance. The performance will be held at the Hofstra University Axinn Library Cultural Center at 7:30 p.m. There is no fee to attend. Our monthly seminars continue! On Tuesday, April 25, individuals and members of non-profit organizations are invited to learn about grantwriting. The seminar, instructed by writer and nonprofit consultant Margaret Chase, will be held at the Jericho Public Library, located at 1 Merry Lane, at 11 a.m. The seminar will be followed by a networking luncheon. Admission is $10 for Affiliates of the Arts Council and $ 15 for the general public. Later this spring, we will be offering a seminar entitled "Cultural Issues Facing the Asian Community" and individual artist roundtables. On Thursday, July 20, an Arts Networking Reception and Concert featuring Bob Cantwell and the Saturday Night Stompers will be held at 6 p.m. Have you seen the plav "Love

Letters?" The Arts Council is presenting "Love Letters" by A.R. Gurney in several libraries throughout Nassau County. The play chronicles the life-long relationship between a man and a woman solely through their correspondence.' The performances feature Heddy Zirin and Marc Courtade, who are volunteering their time to perform; they are donating their fees to the Arts Council. Please support Heddy and Marc by attending their performances. There is no fee to attend. Remaining performances are sched-' uled for Wednesday, May 3, at the Freeport Memorial Library at 7:30 p.m. and Friday, May 12, at the East Meadow Public Library at 7:30 p.m. This play is produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. •The Artscene is a newspaper published by the Arts Council. It is filled with cultural news, opportunities for artists, and spotlights of featured artists and cultural organizations. A comprehensive calendar of events is located in the middle of the paper. The Artscene is published quarterly and distributed throughout Long Island. It is available

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