Over the past five years, forty original, well-researched, multimedia presentations have been shared with libraries, museums and synagogues in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey on artists and art movements. The topics have ranged from Picasso during the war years to artists under censorship. In many cases I have become a regular lecturer at a number of these institutions including a senior residence in Manhattan.
(see photo). I am actively involved with the Edward Hopper House and delivered keynote presentations there, most recently Hopper's Hat.
I look forward to doing more talks in 2020, listed below are a sampling of some of the topics that I can cover. If you are interested in hosting a presentation, please feel free to contact me so that I can learn more about your community and establish a mutually acceptable date for a keynote in the future. Please contact
Ameriprise and First Trust
Brookdale Senior Living, Battery Park, NY
Edward Hopper House Museum, Nyack, NY
Lillian Booth Actors Home, Englewood, NJ
Montclair State University
New Canaan Library
New City Library
Sinai Free Synagogue, Mount Vernon, NY
Trager Contemporary, Charleston, SC
Valley Cottage Library
Westchester Society of Humanistic Judaism
photos: with Joan Kuhn at the Chappaqua Library. below: making a presentation on Joseph Cornell at the Edward Hopper House