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After a long stint as lead trumpet player in the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, trumpeter/composer Sean Jones has stepped out on his own to carve out a powerful place for himself in the jazz world.http://ow.ly/WlVm305Hx0c
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American Scluptor Thomas Ball created La Petite Pensee in 1876. We added it to our permanent collection in 1981.

Thomas Ball, American (1819-1911)
La Petite Pensee, 1876
Marble, 19 in.
Gift of Mrs. Helen K. Squier, 81.14
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Join us and be part of something festive. Membership to MWPAI comes with all kinds of perks like exclusive membership events and discounts. Become a member today by calling 315-797-0000 ext. 2104, stopping in or visiting http://buff.ly/2arE3s3
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We still have room in our Art Travel trip to Great Camp Sagamore this August. Sign up by calling 315-797-0055.
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Catch Lost Boy of Sudan next Thursday, a film that chronicles the lives of three resettled Sudanese refugees as they struggle to come to terms with the horrific events of the past while adjusting to new lives in Syracuse and Pittsburgh, narrated by Nicole Kidman. Stick around to hear the emotional and inspiring story from John Dau himself and view our local refugee exhibition.

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Here's a look at some of the final prints from the 2016 Arts Festival printmaking event. Thank you to the 25 artists and and 4 sponsors, Central Paving, SCI Plywood Company, LLC, Northern Safety & Industrial, and Blick Art Materials.
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We love seeing little ones around the museum observing and interacting with the art around them. Watching their passion develop is so rewarding. Don't miss the last Art Story of the season on June 1.
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I Saw the Light comes to the MWPAI Film Series this week following the life of Hank Williams, his rise to fame, and the tragic effect it had on his life. Catch it Wednesday and Friday at 2 and 7:30 p.m.

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Art Story encourages young children to interact and engage with art. This program helps your little ones feel like they are a part of the museum and kick-starts their appreciation for art. The next event will be held on May 4th and as always, is free.
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Catch Eye in the Sky, this week's Film Series Feature. You can catch this intense military drama on Wednesday and Friday at 2 and 7:30 p.m.
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