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12Oct
OPENING NIGHT AT MONTALVO ARTS CENTER
4:45 PM - 11:59 PM Montalvo Arts Center
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Date: October 12, 2018 to October 12, 2018
Where: Montalvo Arts Center, 15400 Montalvo Road, Saratoga, California, United States, 95070
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Event Type: Arts & Theater
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4.45pm - 6.45pm: OPENING RECEPTION, MONTALVO ARTS CENTER Meet and greet our Irish writers and artists, enjoy a classical music recital, poetry readings, book signings, art, and hosted food & wine at Montalvo's historic villa. SPECIAL PANEL EXHIBIT & BOOK SIGNING WITH FINTAN O'TOOLE "The world has never needed George Bernard Shaw more ..."Judging Shaw looks at the legacy of George Bernard Shaw, the first person to win both a Nobel Prize and an Academy Award. Shaw left a vast legacy of theatrical, fictional, polemical, critical and philosophical writing bridging the Victorian era and the contemporary culture of celebrity. "GBS was one of history's great high-wire acts, and it was performed solo and without a safety net," writes Fintan O'Toole in this entertaining, insightful new work. Read Fintan O'Toole's Irish Times article on Shaw here 7pm - 10pm: OPENING EVENT, CARRIAGE HOUSE THEATER, MONTALVO ARTS CENTER An evening of words and music, with Paul Muldoon, Fintan O'Toole and Síobhra Quinlan at the historic Carriage House Theater. Specials guests include Robert Tracy, Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley, Dean Rader, USF Professor, and Tess Taylor, poet.   PAUL MULDOON Hailed by Seamus Heaney as "unusually gifted" and "one of the era's true originals, Paul Muldoon is a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet from Northern Ireland who has written twelve major poetry collections since 1973, as well as published several smaller works spanning different genres. Paul served as Poetry Editor at The New Yorker for a decade, until 2017. Paul has been described as "the most significant English-language poet born since the Second World War," (The Times Literary Supplement). Paul was awarded The Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry for the year 2017. He resides in New York, and is currently working as Professor in the Humanities at Princeton University. Paul Muldoon's featured book, Selected Poems 1968-2014, offers forty-six years of work drawn from twelve individual coll
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