Art & Story Hour

Featured books are: What Is This? by Antje Damm, The Wonderful Towers of Watts by Patricia Zelver and Metal Man by Aaron Reynolds.

Summer Film Series

Documentaries about curating, connoisseurship, & collecting

Movie: Who Gets to Call it Art? 2006; 78 minutes

Opera Video: The Three Tenors - Carreras, Domingo and Pavarotti

The outstanding 1990 concert filmed in Caracalla, Rome, with Zubin Mehta conducting.

Willie The Operatic Whale, Nelson Eddy
This animated short story tells the tragic tale of an opera singing whale.

Gallery Talk on Volf Roitman by Shelly Goodman

Shelly Goodman, author and wife of Volf Roitman, pays homage to her late husband by reading excerpts from her upcoming book, Volf Roitman: The Wizard of MADI.

Dance Video: La Fille Mal Gardee by Ferdinand Herold

A fast moving celebration of the triumph of young love over the misguided plotting of others, this delightful ballet was restaged in the 1960 by Choreographer Fredrick Ashton for the Royal Ballet.

Harrison Symphony Orchestra PRESENTS CONCERT IN FRANCE - PREVIEW JUNE 18

The Harrison Symphony Orchestra (HSO), under the direction of Harrison Faculty Conductors Rob Lambert and Matthew Davis, has received a prestigious invitation to Festival des Anches (Festival of Reeds) in La Croix Valmer, France.

Art & Story Hour

Recommended for children ages 4-8 and their families; all listeners welcome. Hear stories about art and participate in related art activities on the first Thursday of the month.

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