On Thursday, September 7th, we’re bringing our new film on the arts of the Gilded Age to the Des Moines Art Center. This is the third time we’ve been invited to screen our work in Des Moines and we look forward to presenting this film and engaging with the audience.
More information about the screening can be found at this link.
Michael Maglaras, Director
Terri Templeton, Executive Producer
90 minutes / Not Rated / 2016
Film Description: The exciting and compelling story covers “America’s Renaissance,” the tremendous outpouring of artistic endeavor that occurred during the time between Abraham Lincoln’s death in 1865 and the death of Mark Twain in 1910. More than 90 high-definition examples of art are shown, including works by John Singer Sargent, Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, Alfred Stieglitz, and Augustus Saint-Gaudens, plus the recently discovered, only known film footage of Twain, taken in 1909.
View clips from the film on Vimeo at this link.