The true story of three western Australian girls who walked 1,500 miles to find their way home. Miramax Films; Directed by Phillip Noyce. Rated PG; 94 minutes; 2002.
Biographer Eugene R. Gaddis, author of Magician of the Modern: Chick Austin and the Transformation of the Arts in America, shares insights on The Ringling’s first Executive Director – the visionary who transformed Sarasota.
Artist of the Hermitage, over the past 20 years, the award-winning Morrison has built a filmography of more than 30 projects that have been presented in theaters, museums, galleries and concert halls worldwide.
Artist Series Concert.…celebrating 100 years of the Great American Songbook and including songs by Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, Jule Stein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Stephen Sondheim, Henry Mancini, Barry Manilow, Johnny Mercer, Alan and Marilyn Bergman,and more!
The story of the fatherless boys who inspired J.M. Barrie to create Peter Pan. Miramax Films; Directed by Marc Forster. Rated PG; 106 minutes; 2004.
Artist Series Concert. Over the past few years Alexander Schimpf has risen to prominence by impressively winning a series of competitions.
The national pastime became the national scandal when the Chicago White Sox threw the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. Orion; Directed by John Sayles, Rated PG; 120 minutes; 1988.
The inspirational story of the "Sultan of Swat" – through his ups and downs on the road to fame. Warner Brothers; Directed by Roy Del Ruth, Black and White; Not Rated; 107 minutes; 1948.
An unknown batter takes a losing 1930s baseball team to the top of the league. TriStar Pictures; Directed by Barry Levinson, Rated PG; 134 minutes; 1984.
You are invited into the conservation lab to learn how our experience and interpretation of great masterworks can be altered by changes that occur over time. Presented by Stephen Gritt, Director of Conservation and Technical Research, National Gallery of Canada, Toronto.