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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Witkover, Richard Myanmar-Land of Golden Pagodas Media- Photography,
Other
Multi-media travel presentation of this emerging tourist destination. Includes history and current events
$101- $200
Bram, Lance Photo and Visual Journaling for Teens Media- Photography,
Media- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts
You will create your own Visual journal by expressing your own creativity with use of photos, drawings, memorabilia. Participants will bring in their own photos or a USB. Can use the internet to print out photos and words, or photocopy photos from magazines/books.
Up to $100
Crocker, Keith The History of Sci-fi in Cinema: 1940 -58 History,
Media- Film,
Media- Other
This is a fantastic study of the history of science fiction cinema from the early days of silent cinema to the most recent examples of big budget effects laden fantasy films. We'll screen some digest Castle Films to exemplify Sci-Fi cinema at it's best; Man Made Monster (1940), Dr. Cyclops (1940), One Million BC (1940), as well as It Came from Outer Space (1953), Tarantula (1955), The Creature Walks Among Us (1956), and The Incredible Shrinking Man (1958). This is my second most requested show and comes with the whole two hour nostalgia memorabilia presentation and history lesson.
$101- $200
Bram, Lance Play Therapy games for your family Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Parenting,
Media- Other
In this program, a School Psychologist will teach various play therapy games which are easy to learn and fun to play for any age. Parents will be able to teach their children how to better manage their emotions and behaviors through play! Improves communication as well. Parents should bring their children (ages 7-13). Older children are welcome also.
Up to $100
Crocker, Keith THE FANTASTIC ANIMATION FESTIVAL - Cartoons from the Cinema to the early days of Television Media- Film,
Performing Arts- Clowning,
Visual Arts- Cartooning
Folks, this a first as far as my presentations go. Here is another delightful program that you can bring the whole family to. Watch as I recount the history of animation and cartoons from the earliest days of the cinema to it's glory days on National TV syndication which in turn resulted in made for TV cartoons. The highlight of this program includes a 16mm film presentation of classic animation made for the movie houses and cartoons made for TV. Come and see your favorites, from Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd to Huckleberry Hound and The Pink Panther, this is a program that will not disappoint the young and old alike. Book early, this program will move like a hot cake.
$101- $200
Hunt, Kathryn Wardrobe Workshop Life Skills- Other,
Media- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Ladies, it's time to organize your wardrobe! Learn how incorporate new pieces and update items you already own. Covers current trends in color, fabric and silhouettes and how that translates to an individual wardrobe. Participants receive a workbook and list of resources.
$101- $200
Crocker, Keith From Gothic Short Story To Cinematic Reality History,
Media- Film,
Media- Other
Here is a killer program for both the enthusiastic reader and the avid cinema goer! Using two examples of classic, Gothic horror literature, Ambrose Bierce’s “An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge”, and Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart”, we explore the power of both mediums, the written word and the cinematic image, and the difficulties encountered in transferring the written word to the big screen! I will be utilizing two Academy Award winning short subjects, Robert Enrico’s 1961 adaption of Owl Creek Bridge, and Jules Dassin’s 1941 adoption of Tell Tale Heart, in showing the translation from pen to projection. This is a 16mm film presentation that includes a movie memorabilia show and a question and answer session. Runs 90 minutes and would make a perfect pre-Halloween show for adults and young adults alike!
$101- $200
Hunt, Kathryn Senior Job Style Workshop Life Skills- Finance,
Life Skills- Other,
Media- Other
This program is designed for older adults with concerns regarding their career search in todays hi-style, tech-savvy world. Attendees will be learn about the online job search process and how to use technology to develop their wardrobe, resume and online persona as career tools.
$101- $200
Crocker, Keith The Golden Age of Hollywood 1939 History,
Media- Film,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
The Golden Age of Hollywood 1939 : In 1939 motion pictures hit a new hight unprecedented in both film production and attendance. Do to technological advances in film making and an ever increasing appetite for film attendance by mass audiences, box office records were broken and films made with such a strong emphasis on style and story telling. Join us as we take a sample of film trailers from award winning pictures such as Young Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Son of Frankenstein, The Roaring Twenties and many more. Plus we'll see a short film of the 1939 Academy Awards ceremony as we celebrate the people who made and starred in the films that are still considered classics to this very day. Find out why 1939 was so pivotal in the history of entertainment!
$101- $200
Crocker, Keith Edgar Allan Poe - From Literature to the Silver Screen! Literature- Authors,
Media- Film,
Performing Arts- Theater
Edgar Allan Poe - From Literature to the Silver Screen!: The literary genius who gave us the mystery, horror and sci-fi genres is under our microscope for this presentation. Poe's achievements in literature are well documented. But not many know about how long Poe has been influencing cinema. In this program we will watch some short films based on Poe's work, and we'll also see clips from feature films as well. We'll talk about the actors and directors who made a career off of bringing Poe's stories to life, Vincent Price, Roger Corman and so many more. So get ready for thrills and chills as we dig deep into the legend of Edgar Allan Poe and the cinematic macabre he so cleverly influenced.
$101- $200
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