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3/1 & 3/15 1:00 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Irene Sfakianos What's the newest art? Who are the most promising artists in the International Gallery Scene? On these two Sundays in March, we will visit Galleries in New York and in Israel. Both are major Art Hubs and home...

3/21 2:00 PM/CH Instructor: Rabbi Rachel Davidson In this series we will examine different types of Jewish blessings, from those said daily over food, to those said spontaneously in response to beauty. We will look at rabbinic sources to see why Jews are encouraged to say blessings, and...

3/19 & 3/26 3:15 PM/CH Hosted by: Steve Pollack  Three of the most prominent illustrators of the early 20th Century were bold female artists who lived together at their studio - the Red Rose Inn, in Villanova, PA.  Contemporaries of Howard Pyle, N C Wyeth, Norman Rockwell...

3/5 & 3/12 3:15 PM/ CH Hosted by: Steve Pollack  Since ancient times, prominent women have provided the means, venues and funds for art management, galleries and agency. The emergence of salons allowed for leadership and involvement for women in intellectual areas in Paris in the early...

3/3, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24 2:30 PM/CH Hosted by: Professor Irene Sfakianos The Renaissance, beginning in 15th Century Italy, was a cultural "rebirth" after the long medieval years.  We see artists acknowledging artistic and scientific contributions from Ancient Rome and Greece. We will follow in the tracks...

3/9/& 3/16 @ 2:00 PM/CH The Victorian Women Hosted by: Herb Kaufman 3/9 The reign of Queen Victoria had a dramatic effect on the history, culture and customs of the mid-19th century.  This program explores the daily lives of women during the mid-Victorian era of the 1860’s. ...

2/2 7:00PM Hosted by: Paul Howe This film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning play by August Wilson is set in Pittsburgh during the 1930s.  The quiet of Bernice’s household is disturbed when her brother Boy Willie arrives unexpectedly from down home in Mississippi. Soon the siblings begin...

3/4, 3/11, & 3/18 11:00 AM/CH Hosted by: Paul Howe Each month we’ll view and discuss splendid examples of the golden age of American film comedy, featuring the greatest directors, the wittiest screen writers, and the most dazzling stars and quirkiest character actors of the era. MIDNIGHT American showgirl...

2/4 & 2/18 1:00 PM/CH Hosted by: Herb Kaufman   Medical Practices of the Civil War & Victorian Era 2/4 In popular media physicians and surgeons in the Victorian Era are usually portrayed as blood soaked butchers who do nothing all day but unnecessarily amputate limbs from the poor,...

3/2/, 3/23 & 3/30 2:00 PM/CH Wherever you go in life, you carry with you a large, complex set of traits, beliefs, emotional tendencies, motivations, and values that predispose you to respond to the world in certain ways. Some of these you share with virtually all other...

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