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Fall 2016

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Art Deco of the Palm Beach  

Learn about the art and culture of the Art Deco Jazz Age and Streamline Modern Architecture found in Palm Beach County. Understand why preservation of local history helps us in the present and guides us for the future. This class is presented by the Art Deco Society of the Palm Beaches founding president,
author and artist, Sharon Koskoff. Instructor: Sharon Koskoff

Thursday, October 20 | 2:00 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest 

Cultural Fridays: At the Movies 

Interesting and dynamic American and International films are the highlight of the series meeting alternate Fridays. Titles and descriptions will be announced to the audience in advance of the presentation. Instructors: Roberta Martel and Eileen Budwig

Fridays, October 21, November 18, December 23 | 12:30 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Cultural Fridays: An Afternoon of Dance, Ballet and Opera

This series presented on alternating Fridays (with the movie series), presents outstanding performances by the most famous and talented players. Dance, opera, ballet and classical genres are highlighted. Instructor: Don Pasternak

Fridays, October 28, November 11, December 2, 16 | 12:30 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Randolph Dellago: The Artistic Director Speaks Theater

Randolph DelLago offers a conversational guided tour through contemporary theatre...from your local community and regional theatres, to the national tours of major Broadway shows to Broadway itself. He will talk about every aspect of theatergoing, beginning with the startling price of theater tickets today (a result of Mel Brook’s brilliant realization that a show’s producers could also act as their own scalpers)! He’ll also talk about the natural evolution of the theater-going
demographic ... from the official “Disney-fication” of Broadway in 1994 (when Broadway began to appeal to younger “family” audiences) to today, when the hottest ticket on Broadway is Hamilton, an aggressively color-blind “hip-hop” musical that most white adult Broadway theater-goers would not have considered seeing 20 years ago! In a lively give-and-take conversation, Mr. DelLago will try to illuminate the essential questions: Why do people still go to the theatre? And what do they expect to carry away from that experience? Instructor: Randolph DelLago

Monday, October 31 | 2:00 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

The American Classic Movie Club 

This new addition to our Friday movie series presents the movies that have become classics and treasured by American audiences. Alternating with our other
Friday cultural presentations, you will delight to the movies that set the standards for American film. Instructors: Roberta Martel & George Feirstein

Fridays, November 4, December 9 | 12:30 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

The Ins and Outs of Entertainment Reporting in South Florida 

Leslie Gray Streeter, Palm Beach Post feature reporter, joins us for an informative talk on what it takes to be a celebrated reporter for the local news media. She will share her memorable stories and some of the celebrities she has met and interviewed. Aside from her incredible talent in media, she was also recently one of the hopefuls on “America’s Got Talent” a national TV Show competition. In addition, she auditioned twice for “The Voice”. Your questions will be answered following the session. Instructor: Leslie Gray Streeter

Thursday, November 10 | 12:30 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Pop Singers of the 20th Century 

Come and be entertained by the most popular singers of the 20th century. Be dazzled by the “performances”, the songs and the music of your lives. DJ Charlie D entertains and takes your requests. It’s a toe-tapping, sing-a-long fun afternoon. Instructor: DJ Charlie Deitch

Monday, November 28 | 2:00 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

All that Jazz and More! 

This class includes highlights of artists Bette Midler and Sophie Tucker. Experience the divine Bette Midler doing her “thing” including Wind Beneath My
Wings (video starts at 12:30 pm sharp). Afterwards, class participants will delve into the life and loves of the outrageous Sophie Tucker. Audio and video never seen or heard before will enhance your enjoyment. Instructor: Wally Reed

Wednesdays, December 7, 14 | 12:30 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Al Hirschfeld- "The Line King" 

Al Hirschfeld enchanted generations with his lyrical linear caricatures. His art appeared in every major publication during the 20th century. His distinctive drawings graced book covers, record albums, playbills, and advertisements. We looked forward to counting his “Ninas” each Sunday in the New York Times. The antics of Vaudeville and Burlesque initially informed his work, but he soon allowed his irrepressible humor free reign. His exuberance was a gift that he willingly shared and his images still dance in our heads. Instructor: Dr. Terryl Lawrence

Monday, December 12 | 2:00 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Do You Remember These? 

Songs from your past- music you danced to or remind you of instances in your life- will be brought back in this happy and entertaining session. Bring your requests, your stories and listen to the music of our lives. Instructor: DJ Charlie Deitch

Monday, December 19 | 2:00 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Picasso: A Brush with Destruction 

Picasso is quoted as saying “Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction.” It is this creator and destroyer of worlds that is the subject of this presentation. In a sense, this program will be a revisionist biographical description of the artist & works examined against the crests & troughs of his tumultuous life. Picasso moved through life analogizing atoms of paint into psychological wavelengths few artists have envisioned before. His anthropomorphic transformations of common objects & the human form likened them to a single emotion, material or point of departure. In a sense like Oscar Wilde, Picasso took pride in a demonization of sameness. He was not concerned with beauty or its objectification nor, to a greater extent, how he related to others. This artistic and personal interface is integral to this four-part program looking at the profile & episodic career of perhaps the greatest artist of the 20th century. Instructor: Ken Green

Wednesdays, November 30, December 7, 14, 21 | 12:30 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest

Escher's Mathematical Art 

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is one of the world’s most famous graphic artists. His art is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. Escher’s art is fascinating as he played with architecture, perspective, and impossible spaces. His works include a drawing in which you see forward and backward without shifting your viewpoint and a building topped with a staircase on which one could walk forever and never reach the top or bottom. See how Escher made glorious depictions of infinity. Instructor: Geoff Kashdan

Thursday, December 15 | 2:00 pm
Free Member ● $15 Guest 






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