Ariel Silver explores the context of Twain’s EVE’S DIARY
The lecture will take place this Wednesday, June 22 at 7:00pm at The Park Church
The oldest volunteer theater company in California brings David Birney’s adaptation of Mark Twain’s Eden diaries to your screen of choice.
Last year American artist Charles Ray created a stir with his commissioned figurative sculpture Huck and Jim. Originally meant to be permanently installed along New York City’s High Line in the public plaza outside the new Whitney Museum, art critic Jerry Saltz informs us that Ray’s proposal was declined because the work would “offend non-museumgoing visitors.” Saltz goes on to explain that Huck and Jim is “a 21st-century sculptural masterpiece…. a classically traditional Western figurative […]