WoodsTalk: Live invites dynamic and engaging speakers and panelists who take us on explorations of the power and possibilities of the arts and humanities, inspire us to think critically, and provoke us to become engaged members of our communities. Join these live conversations where music, the ‘60s, and the value of arts and humanities will be discussed in ways that awaken the lessons of the past to their relevancy today.
2016 WoodsTalk: Live! Schedule
Past WoodsTalk: Live! Events
Dialogue Arts Project In Action with Jon Sands
Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 - The Museum Theater
WoodsTalk:Live on October 6, 2015 features an interactive evening with NYC's Dialogue Arts Project educator and Program Director Jon Sands, followed by a frank discussion about the power of diversity that can blossom from creative writing, performance, and self-expression. Embodying the core tenets of the Bethel Woods mission, DAP truly, “inspires, educates, and empowers” both educators and students alike to “use their words” most creatively and with authority.
Tea For Three: Lady Bird, Pat, and Betty with Actress Elaine Bromka
Sunday, November 1st, 2015 - The Event Gallery
WoodsTalk:Live on Sunday, November 01, 2015 features award-winning actress Elaine Bromka in Tea for Three: Ladybird, Pat, and Betty. This theatrical one-woman show offers a fresh, behind-the-scenes look at three of our First Ladies – Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, and Betty Ford. In this time of often polarizing politics, Tea for Three humanizes the arena, allowing audiences to stand in those women's shoes. This warm, whimsical and deeply moving story has been playing across the country for several years
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Support for Flicks and WoodsTalk: Live! is provided by the S.L. Gimbel Foundation Advised Fund at The Community Foundation.
Funding for education, outreach and museum programming for individuals and families is provided by generous individuals, foundations and agencies including: Montreign Resort Casino, American Gift Fund, John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation, Annelise Gerry and Family, Robyn Gerry, IBM, Joan Kaplan, the Monticello Motor Club, the Museum Association of New York, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Rhulen Loughlin Family -- in memory of Trevor John Loughlin, and James and Kelly Schmitt. Transportation and tuition assistance made possible in part by First Niagara Foundation, Dan and Joan Silna, and the Williams Endowed Education Fund at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
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