Tuesday
Evening
Hour

Worldwide Adventures by Local Artists

Slide-Show Lecture Series:

Spring 2014

Open to the Public; $2 Donation, begins 6:00 p.m.
Location: Private Rooms 2 & 3 in the West Wing
49 Fulton Street/Block South Street Seaport

Phone: (212) 964-3936

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Mission
Tuesday Evening Hour is an artists non-profit slide-show program whose mission is to expose the works of the artists to the public. Each Tuesday a working artist showcases their work by preparing and presenting a slide-show of their work, digital or Kodak. Average attendance is 35-45 persons weeekly. Just drop in. If you would like to give us a show, please call the Director at (212) 964-3936.

Board Members

board members

Marjorie Grimm, Director
Laverne Muzelak, Assistant Director & Photographer
Jim Hyland, Board Member & Aerial Engineer

About Us
From the Directors Desk
We love slide shows. Whether Kodak or Digital. They're all wonderful. And we want to see them all. Once you become addicted to slide shows, you're hooked forever.

What's special about slide shows? First, the speaker is talking directly to you. Most speakers don't mind being interrupted with questions. They keep right on going. Second, the slides show us places we've never seen. We stare at them. We listen to the speakers's description of the adventure that happened. We're in another world!

A few years ago, we mentioned that we had five digital shows out of 31 Kodak slides. Now, we are practically all digital, with five Kodak slides out of 31! See you there soon!

Come join us.
As ever, Marjorie Grimm, Director.
(212) 964-3936

Spring 2014 Schedule
January 7
REFLECTIONS - WORLD WIDE: Digital
Carlos Esguerras, Computer Analyst, Landscape Photographer

January 14
MYANMAR (Formerly Burma): Digital
Helga Smith, Travel Enthusiast, Member of Servas & CouchSurfing

January 21
MACHU PICCHU, 1450, Inca, Peru: Digital
Joseph Breed IV, Photographer, Gardener, Executive Director St. Margaret’s

January 28
GREENLAND and ARCTIC CANADA: Digital
Lawrence Stelter, Architect for the City of New York

February 4
EAST and WEST MOUNTAINS: Digital
Charles Dexter III, Mountain Climber, Hiker, Sierra Club Photo Committee Chair

February 11
CAPPADOCIA and ISTANBUL – Turkey: Digital
Janet Morgan, Painter and Cultural Traveler

February 18
CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK – Revisited: Digital
Harvey Kopel, Video Editor, NBC, Exhibits with Sierra Club Photo Committee

February 25
ICELAND (all over) and GREENLAND (tiny bit): Digital
Bob Zolnerzak, Nuclear Physicist, IBM Systems Analyst, Indexer, Traveler

March 4
RUSSIA: Moscow, St. Petersburg and Places Between: Digital
Solomon Mendelsohn, Computer Systems Manager, ret, Cultural Traveler

March 11
TASMANIA – Island South of Australia: Digital
Laurie Campbell, Educator, Traveled 192 Nations from total of 193 in the World

March 18
ALASKA REVISITED – Kenai Peninsula, Fairbanks, Anchorage: Digital
Gary Kazin, Railroad Enthusiast, Engineer, Photographer

March 25
RIO DE JANEIRO – Beautiful Seaport City of Brazil: Digital
Rita Zimmerman, Cultural Photographer

April 1
PARIS IN THE SPRINGTIME: Digital
Dorothy Arkell, Urban Historian and Photographer, yearly visitor to Paris

April 8
JAPAN, OLD and NEW: Digital
Susan Sigrist, Photographer of Dance, Theater and Travel

April 15
CULTURES OF COLORADO and NEW MEXICO: Digital
Linda Calvet, Photographer, Award-Winning Calendar, Sierra Club Photo committee

April 22
WILD LANDS and WILD LIFE: Digital
Swaha Devi, Photographer, Writer, Worked with Wild Birds of Prey

April 29
SPRING BLOSSOMS into SUMMER: Digital
Louise Luger, Published Photographer, Workshop Instructor, NYSCA Grant

May 6
SPECIAL SURPRISE: LAND of the UNIVERSE: Digital
Joanne Valdes, Specialist Educator

May 13
NEW YORK’s 2nd WORLD's FAIR – 1964-65: Slides
Allan Roberts, Administrator, Sumitomo Corp of America, Rail Fan, Historian

May 20
UNUSUAL TREE FORMATIONS and UNUSUAL ARCHITECTURE: Digital
Wendy Davis, Fine Artist specializing in Urban and Nature Environments

May 27
FUND RAISING DINNER PARTY: Reservations Required before May 25: 212-964-3936
Southern Africa, Chuck & Helen Pine Chair, Park West Camera Club, Tour Leaders

Off for Vacation until September 9, 2014
INFO: (212) 964-3936