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Clarewood Documentary Viewing: Anything is Possible
Sunday, May 19, 2019, 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
Home of Mary Goldstein
Registration is not available online - contact the event coordinator
RSVP: Mary Goldstein
When: Sunday, May 19, 2-4 pm
Where: Home of Mary Goldstein (RSVP for address)
Open to: Members & volunteers
Accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible
William Kentridge: Anything is Possible
60 minutes (In English with English SDH subtitles)
“This is the clearest, most engaging and inspiring film about creativity that I've seen.”
- our own Charlotte Shoemaker
It is a visit with William Kentridge from South Africa who is an internationally celebrated artist. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art gave him a large exhibition ten years ago. His work includes superb draftsmanship that morphs into provocative film which he describes as drawings in the fourth dimension. They are collected and shown by museums. His theater designs for the opera houses of Europe and The Metropolitan Opera in New York engage with and enrich the music and drama in joyful and captivating ways. His subject matter includes fantasy, the exploration of perception, history and the fertility of play. This PBS video is an exploration of Kentridge's working processes and collaborations, and of the ways that these compelling productions grow out of very simple attitudes and practices.
Please be perfume-free when you come.
Email Mary to let her know you’re coming—both for directions and to ensure comfortable seating both for you and others.
Also please let Mary know if you have signed up and find yourself unable to attend so that your seat can be available for someone else.
Please feel free to bring snacks to share.