July.Monday Night Movies
Tickets, $7, Historic Asolo Theater Box Office 941.360.7399 or ringling.org
Five Films from 50 Years of Merchant Ivory
Merchant Ivory Productions was created in 1961 by producer Ismail Merchant and director James Ivory James Ivory may refer to:
July 30 Heat and Dust
A witty and reckless young wife of a 1920s British civil servant succumbs to the charms of an Indian prince. Six decades later, her niece follows in her footsteps and finds herself being seduced by the glories of India. Adapted by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala from her Booker Prize-winning novel.
Universal Pictures; Rated R: 130 minutes: 1984
M Gallery walk and talk: a global phenomenon: art deco art deco (ärt dĕkō`; är dākō`, ärt) or art moderne (är môdĕrn`, ärt) east and west
July 26, 6:00 pm
Dr. Matthew McLendon, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. Maureen Zaremba, Curator of Education.
Born in Paris in the years following World War I, this modern style was quickly assimilated into the worldwide artistic vocabulary. Tour this exhibition to learn more about the origins of Art Deco and to understand the formal qualities of this popular movement. Gallery Walk and Talks are free for Museum Members. Reservations recommended.
ViewPoint: Delirious de·lir·i·ous
Of, suffering from, or characteristic of delirium. Japan: Japanese Deco in War and Peace
July 12, 7:00 PM, The Historic Asolo Theater
Kendall Brown, Professor of Asian Art Asian art can refer to art amongst many cultures in Asia.
The Fukuoka Asian Art Museum is the only museum in the world that systematically collects and exhibits Asian modern and contemporary art. History, California State University Enrollment
at Long Beach, Exhibition Organizer
Gain insights into this elegant exhibition through this talk by exhibition curator Kendall Brown. This program will examine how Japanese artists used the international Deco style to celebrate the glittering and glamorous world of urban nightlife in Japan and to buttress the rapidly growing nationalism of the island country. Join us in the Welcome Center located in the Visitors Pavilion for a reception and book signing following the lecture.
ViewPoints are complimentary for Ringling members at the Contributor Level (Supporting) and above. $5 for all other Ringling members and $10 for the general public. $5 1 for Florida college students and college/university faculty with valid school ID. Tickets may be purchased at the Historic Asolo Theater Box Office located in the John M. McKay Visitors Pavilion between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm daily, by phone: 941.360.7399, or online at ringling.org