Häxan, a possible inspiration to William Mortensen, is a 1922 silent horror film that imagines the occult world of witches from the Middle Ages through the 20th century. Filled with nightmarish scenes of pagan practices and satanic worship, this film will surely put you in the mood for Halloween. Complimentary popcorn & candy available for a complete theatre experience.
Opening remarks will be presented by guest curator, Larry Lytle, who will speak on the relationship between the film and William Mortensen.
Advance tickets recommended.
Museum members: $7
Bring literature to life during a participatory story time that will have you making and moving!
Jean Stern Presents: Artists as Conservationists: …
In this illustrated lecture, Mr. Stern discusses the various aspects that make California one of the most ecologically diverse places on earth.
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