Cape Cinema @ The Screening Room
ONE DAY ONLY SPECIAL SCREENING
Thursday, July 31
Three showings: 2, 4:30 & 7 pm
WORDS AND PICTURES
The newest film from venerable director Fred Schepisi (Roxanne; The Eye of the Storm) which takes place in an upscale New England prep school is a literate romantic comedy featuring middle-aged academics engaging in conflicting ideologies and clashing personalities that eventually leads to an affair of the heart. Pen and paintbrush vie for supremacy in a grown-up love story that incorporates a sense of intellectualism, artistry and Hepburn/Tracy-inspired sparring. Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche star as Jack, the private high school's beloved English teacher, and Dina, a new art teacher whose meeting leads to a school-sanctioned showdown that will allow them to argue whether words or pictures are more important. The two film veterans create screen magic every time the camera finds their handsome faces; they bring a palpable, moving truth to the material and make it feel real and honest. (PG-13, 111 mins.)
Tickets available at door on the lower level of CCMA (no advance sales or reservations)
Seniors (62+) & Adults with Cape Cinema Card: $7
Seniors with Cape Cinema Card: $5.50
CCMA members (with current membership card): $5.50
Cash or check only
CCMoA's Annual Art Auction
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Charles Bailey-Gates, Auctioneer
Over 80 outstanding regional artists represented, featuring paintings, original prints, sculpture, glass works and more!
Special ceremony honoring artist Elizabeth Pratt with the first annual "Muse Award" for her longstanding contribution to the Cape Cod Museum of Art and the Cape Cod community of arts and artists.
5:30 - 7 pm: Reception and Silent Auction
Tickets: $50 (Click to order online)
Music by Bob Hagopian Trio ("Old Brown Shoe")
Full Evening includes Live Auction with Dinner
Tickets: $150 (Click to order online)
Catered by Mac's Seafood
Music by Kami Lyle Trio
Image: Elizabeth Pratt, "Looking Out"
Art & Alzheimer's Programs
Both Alzheimer's programs will resume in September 2014.
Art & Conversation
The Artist Within
The Sidwell Family Charitable Fund has contributed additional funding for the Art & Alzheimer’s programs.