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This two part program will feature and discuss, first, the expatriate writers and artists who lived in Paris during the ’20s: their creative output, loves, tragedies and rivalries. Beyond its physical beauty, they were drawn to the French capital by the reputed vitality of its artistic and intellectual scene, by the high respect accorded the artist by Parisians of all classes, and by the accompanying level of freedom allowed the individual in his or her search for identity and artistic expression. In the second program, we’ll analyze and appraise Woody Allen’s Academy Award nominated film Midnight in Paris.

$50 includes both lectures.

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From Morning to Midnight in Paris
Lecturer: Lee Wolf
The Picower Foundation Arts Education Center

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