|LECTURE BY WILLIAM WOODWARD: The Nature of Style|| 16|
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
$25 per person (includes light reception)
LECTURE BY WILLIAM WOODWARD: The Nature of Style
William Woodward taught for more than 35 years in the Department of Fine Arts and Art History at George Washington University. This exhibition of works by 35 of his former students honors his influence on a generation of painters.
Lecture to be followed by a light reception.
Proceeds support the preservation of the historic James Monroe House, dating from 1802.
Parking available at 2001 Pennsylvania Ave. NW (entrance of the garage is on 21st Street)
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|CINEMA LUNCH: "Quirky Cinema"|| 18|
OPEN TO MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY
"Quirky Cinema" — The Films of Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach & the Coen Brothers
$20 per person (screening & lunch)
Please join the Arts Club Cinematography Committee for Dr. Laurence Jarvik’s Cinema Lunch talk on quirky filmmakers who make movies about their personal obsessions. We’ll discuss Isle of Dogs (2018), The Meyerowitz Stories (2017), and Hail, Caesar! (2016) to explore individuality within the Hollywood studio system.
Currently teaching "Understanding Movies" for UMUC, Dr. Jarvik is an author, filmmaker and a graduate of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film & Television. He is a member of the Arts Club of Washington.
Lecture from 12 noon-12:30 pm, followed by a Two-Course lunch. $20 per person. This event is open to members and guests.
Reservations required. RSVP online, via email or at (202) 331-7182, ext. 3.