Beginning on June 10, the TESOL International Certification Headquarters (with the last viewing on July 8) in Midtown Manhattan will be holding a multimedia festival-like exhibit of short foreign and domestic cultured films with a delectable assortment of landscape and internationally flavored paintings and photography.
TESOL stands for the teaching of English to speakers of other languages. Their New York Center on West 44th Street offers students of all cultures the skills necessary to teach English in their own or chosen foreign countries. The TESOL office space makes for the perfect venue for this multicultural exhibit, as guests will go from one classroom to the next, viewing the art, eating international finger foods, and watching an eclectic assortment of award-winning films. The exhibit richly reflects the multicultural flavor of New York City. It is significantly placed in the heart of New York City (across the street from the historic Algonquin Hotel), a city which is known to be the center Earth core of multiculturalism. Anyone who appreciates this aspect of New York culture and lifestyle, will appreciate this exhibit. This exhibit promises the "best of the best" in delicious ethnic variety, making way for that rare and true artistic experience. People will compare their experience to discovering the hidden cultural gems of New York City for the very first time within the most unexpected places. It will be an underground oasis this summer in the high-paced rat race of corporate Midtown, acting as a well-spring reminder of what makes New York City one of the best and most loved cities in the world. For more information on the exhibit, please visit: http://wix.com/tesolinternational/filmandartexhibit.