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REMINDER: The Hollywood Heritage Museum has a capacity of 110 persons. Once the capacity is reached, we will not be able to seat anyone else. Please arrive early so you won't be disappointed.
AT THE HOLLYWOOD HERITAGE MUSEUM -
The Museum Committee of Hollywood Heritage
will hold its October Meeting Saturday, October 4th at 10:00 am
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer
at the museum, please consider attending, or contacting Richard Adkins at
818 762-6608 or at this email address
The volunteers of The Museum Committee of Hollywood Heritage supervises tours, programs, and exhibitions. If you are interested in these activities, attending the meeting is an excellent way to learn what the organization is about and to become part of the Hollywood Heritage Team.
Sons of the Desert Hollywood Party Tent
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
Films from the Hal Roach Studios - Classic Films - on the BIG SCREEN
Thursday, October 2nd at the
Hollywood Heritage Museum
Door Open at 6:30 PM Program starts at 7:15 PM
Please join Hollywood Heritage and the American Cinematheque as the Lasky-DeMille Centennial continues with the 80th anniversary of the premiere of Cecil B.DeMille's
CLEOPATRA starring Claudette Colbert.
Sunday, October 5th at 7:00 pm
Guests will be admitted at 5:00 pm to see a solo exhibit of ancient Egyptian inspired "pin up" art by Ashley Brooke Cooper - Following the film is a party in the courtyard with photo ops, Egyptian-themed activities and drinks sponsored by Golden Road Brewery. Dress like an Egyptian and you might win a prize!
Special ticket prices General $13.00 - Students/Seniors $11.00, American Cinematheque & Hollywood Heritage Members - $9.00 Tickets can be purchased online beginning Wednesday, September 17th or in-person at the box office. Be sure to bring your Hollywood Heritage membership card to receive the discounted price at the door.
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Wednesday, October 8th at 7:30 pm
Hosted by screenwriter and blogger John Cox (wildabouthoudini.com) John will deliver a presentation about Hourdini's amazine life and career with a special emphasis on Harry and the cinema.
There will be a display of photos and artifacts and willl include a screening of "Terror Island" and the existing 5 minutes of "The Grim Game."
Also apearing is Jim Steinmeyer, Game author and illusionist who will be signing two of his Houdini-related books, 'Hiding the Elephant" and "The Last Greatest Magician in the World".
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"L.A. Stories: 100 Years of Press Photography from the Watson Family Photographic Archive, Santa Monica, California
August 11, 2014 - September 20, 2014
FATHOM presents it's inaugural exhibition, a breathtaking timeline of Los Angeles photography through the lens of one family -- four generations, ten men each telling the story of their city from the perspective of their own life and times.
The Watson Family moved to Los Angeles in 1900 and began taking photographs of their new home town, first as a hobby and then as a multi-generation profession that continues today. That family, also early pioneers in the development of the film industry both behind and in front of the camera, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1999.
"L.A. stories is a century of photographs, from an exceptional family - a historic anomaly, a family with a heritage of storytelling though pictures," said Frank Coiro, FATHOM founder. "There have been multiple Watson museum retrospectives, but this is the first time the public will have a chance to purchase these historic photographs."
Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday 11am to 6pm, Saturday 12pm to 5pm, Sunday and Monday by appointment. The exhibition will be on display through September 20th.
FATHOM GALLERY 2525 Michigan Ave. Building D4, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Just off the 10 freeway, Cloverfield exit. (424) 322.4622