Cultural Conversations our many efforts to engage the community in all things artistic with a goal to inspire greater participation in and a passion for the arts in our community. Through our Cultural Conversations, we intend to provide interesting and evocative dialogue designed around P.L.A.C.E. (people, land, arts, culture and engagement). Cultural Conversations includes the occasional series, Inspired By... in it's repertoire.
Shakespeare's Villains - What Makes Them So Much Fun? | Feb 2nd
Why are villains so much fun? How did Shakespeare create such compelling villains? What were his inspirations, and where do we see these villains in today's world? Presented by Dennis O’Donovan, ACT Studio Theatre.
The Art & Science of Photography | March 2nd
Hosted by artist and photographer, Maria Miele, a panel of photographs will discuss photography from their point of view. Maria Miele is a former board member of the Arts Council of Martin County and an arts teacher at The Pine School.
Why Public Art? | April 6th
A lively discussion will explore the topic of public art and why it makes a difference in our communities from a variety of panelists including artists, government representatives and more.
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Cultural Conversations - What Makes a Building Historic, Rather than just Old?
During Historic Preservation Month (May), a panel of local experts will discuss traits of buildings that make them historic led by Niki Norton, AIA.
Sponsored by PNC Bank.
Please register to receive access code for Cultural Conversations presentation.