PechaKucha Night #3

 

Title:  PechaKucha Night #3

Time:  8 PM

Date: Saturday, September 9, 2017

Contact: Pat Foxx  845-258-0818 or Phyllis 845-258-4563

PechaKucha is a way to tell stories.  It’s a concise format whereby the presenter talks along with 20 images that are each projected for 20 seconds. The talk lasts 6 ½ minutes.  It started in Japan and is now in 900 cities around the world. Warwick is one of them!

The presenters for our third evening of stories are:

Richard Hull – My Father’s World: Barns and Farms in Warwick’s Past

Kate Prendergast  – Prasava Sutra Birth

Lynn Youland  – Message from Armenia

Dan Mack – Objects as Magical Decoys and Divine Allurements

Gail Buckland -A Life in Photography

Diane Arcieri – Eugene Arcieri, Woodstock Artist….Visionary

Each will share their images and stories for an evening of variety and fascinating revelations.  Refreshments will be served. Donation: $5.00

 

The Hamlet of Amity: Its History, Mystery and Legends

dr richard hullDr. Richard Hull, Official Town Historian for Warwick, NY, visited the gallery back in May and shared his knowledge of the history of the hamlet of Amity. You can now view his talk at the following links:

The Hamlet of Amity: Its History, Mystery and Legends Part 1

The Hamlet of Amity: Its History, Mystery and Legends Part 2

Dr. Richard Hull is also the host of The Historical Society’s HISTORY ALIVE! On WTBQ 93.5FM/AM1110, Monday’s at 11AM.

The Hamlet of Amity: Its History, Mystery and Legends

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Dr. Richard Hull, Official Town Historian for Warwick, NY, will share his knowledge of the history of the hamlet of Amity at the Amity Gallery.  His talk will cover the era of Native peoples to the present time. It coincides with an exhibition by his sister, Nancy Hull Kearing, on display at the gallery for the month of May.  The gallery is open weekends Noon to 4 PM and the artist’s reception will be on May 9th from 5 to 7 PM.

 

 

Dr. Richard Hull:

Professor emeritus of History New York University Official Town Historian
Host of current talk show ‘History Alive’  every Monday on WTBQ
Author of numerous books and articles about Warwick, NY including ‘People of the Valleys Revisited: Warwick 1700-2005
Warwick Citizen of the Year Award by Rotary Club 2013
Orange County  Revered Citizen of the Year, 2005
United Nations Distinguished Citizen  1964
Four-time winner of Teaching Excellence Award by NYU
A charter member of the the Board of the Orange County Land Trust