Events for January
Loneliness permeates Adam Ekberg’s whimsical photographs that document the climax of orchestrated events. While the camera freezes them into still lifes, a sense of continuity—like the arc of a story—happens as one realizes that Ekberg (American, b. 1975) invented, manifested, documented, and concluded these events. The objects take on lives of their own, even though we know that such agency is impossible.
“Expressions of love and fantasy in music.” Music of Robert Schumann and Joaquín Turina. Host Hannah Harnest will give a bit of background on each of the pieces played.
Make real daguerreotypes with your own 35mm camera—without expensive processing equipment or dangerous chemicals!
Performance by the locally based Five Points Performance Company. The company spans a wide variety of age groups who enjoy the privilege of sharing their talented gifts with audiences . They will be performing a variety of Broadway show tunes.
Hollywood Pairings William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy comes to life in the first sound adaptation of any of his plays. In sixteenth century Padua, Baptista (Edwin Maxwell) has two daughters: Bianca (Dorothy Jordan) and Katherine (Mary Pickford). Bianca is in love with Hortensio (Geoffrey Wardwell), but Baptista will not allow the two to get married until Katherine is betrothed.