Festival Musical(s)
Festival Events Calendar
Monday Aug 1
6:00 pIt's De-Lovely
Thursday Aug 4
10:00 aBorn To Dance
4:30 pMovie Bios of Porter
7:30 pAll Of You
Friday Aug 5
10:00 aKiss Me, Kate
1:30 pJazz Transformations
2:30 pNow You Has Jazz
4:30 pAround The World w/ Porter
7:30 pCole Jazz
Saturday Aug 6
10:00 aYou're The Top! Marathon
2:30 pKiss Me, Kate
4:30 pRestoring Anything Goes
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Sunday Aug 7
2:30 pAnything Goes!
Tuesday Aug 9
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Wednesday Aug 10
10:00 aPanama Hattie
2:30 pLet's Do It!
4:30 pClassic Paris
7:30 pAnything Goes!
7:30 pPorter In Paris
Thursday Aug 11
10:00 aSilk Stockings
2:30 pI Get A Kick
4:30 pPorter As Balladeer
7:30 pClassic Porter
Friday Aug 12
10:00 aFilm: Can-Can
2:30 pYou're Sensational
4:30 pSong Styles
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Saturday Aug 13
7:30 pAll Through The Night
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Sheffer Recital Hall
Cole Gallery
Warren Court
Room B09
Shedd Ticket Office
Will Call desk
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Speaker: Jim Ralph,
Executive Director, The Shedd Institute

This year we feature 2 posters created by Parisian illustrator Roger Broders, a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, in the late 1920s. This talk will discuss the role of the Art Déco travel posters in creating the aesthetic "feel" of the 1920s and '30s with examples from Broders and others, and comment on the more general role of popular art forms–film, sheet music, posters, advertisements–in shaping how Americans saw themselves (and saw the "upper class") during the heyday of Cole Porter’s work.
Event Personnel
Jim Ralph, Speaker
Ticket/Venue Info
It's De-Lovely Ticket Prices
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GA50.00  -   -   -   -  
Sheffer Recital Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
541-434-7000
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OFAM 2005 Title Sponsor