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Artemisia Gentileschi "A Woman Like That" Regional Film Premiere College/Arts Community Night

Thursday, April 14, 2011
06:00 PM–09:00 PM

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Artemisia Gentileschi

6 p.m.     
Drinks and light refreshments

6:30 p.m.     
Elvis! hypertalk by Gary Vikan, Director, the Walters Art Museum
Who knew that Elvis, Michael Jackson and countless Christian saints actually share so much in common?! Their venerated remains draw pilgrims to Graceland, Neverland Ranch and countless places across the globe, so join us tonight and celebrate all things immaterial in their honor at the Walters.

7 p.m.     
Regional premiere screening of the film, a woman like that
Don’t miss the region’s premiere screening of award-winning filmmaker Ellen Weissbrod’s 2010 film, a woman like that.
This dazzling bio about Artemisia Gentileschi, the talented 17th century artist whose only limitation seemed tied to how women were perceived, is brilliantly juxtaposed to the filmmaker's own revelations during an obsessive journey to find the true meaning of "carpe diem".

The film’s filmmaker and producer will briefly introduce the film, followed by a short question/answer discussion with the audience.


Price: FREE to all college students, staff and faculty with a valid I.D. and artists with current membership in any area arts organization (partial list below). Also with free admission to the ticketed special exhibition Treasures of Heaven; pre-registration is recommended.

Location: Centre Street Entrance of the museum.

College/University/Organization list includes:

American Visionary Art
American University
Baltimore City Community College
Baltimore Clayworks, Inc.
Baltimore Cultural Alliance
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Baltimore Theatre Alliance
Baltimore Theatre Project
Baltimore Women's Film Festival
Black Cherry Puppet Theater
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
Community College of Baltimore County
The College of Notre Dame
The Contemporary Museum
The Creative Alliance
Everyman Theatre
Franklin & Marshal College
Georgetown Univeristy
Goucher College
Homewood Museum, Johns Hopkins University
Hood College
Howard University
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Johns Hopkins University
Loyola University
Maryland Film Festival
Maryland Institute College of Art
Maryland Art Place
Morgan State University
Nana Projects Studio
Peabody Institute
Pennsylvania State University
Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture
School 33 Art Center
Shepherd College
Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc.
Strand Theater Company
Sculptors Inc.
Temple University
Towson University
Tyler School of Art
University of Baltimore
University of Maryland Baltimore County
University of Maryland College Park
University of the Arts
Washington College
Wilson College

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