Art Deco Weekend Program Guide - 2016 - Page 22

LECTURES ART DECO WEEKEND ® 2016 LECTURE SERIES Entry in to the Museum and Lecture is $5 (free for students, teachers and Miami Beach residents) FRIDAY, JANUARY 15 7PM Documentary: “Miami Beach 100” A new documentary which chronicles The Billion Dollar Sandbar’s first 100 years, told by those who lived through the booms and busts. Alfred Spellman, one of the producers, will introduce the documentary. The documentary is produced by rakontur, a Miami Beach-based media studio founded by Billy Corben and Alfred Spellman in 2000. Rakontur produced the Cocaine Cowboys documentary series, The U, The U Part 2 and Broke for ESPN’s critically acclaimed 30 for 30 series and the feature documentaries Dawg Fight, Limelight, Square Grouper and Raw Deal: A Question of Consent. The documentray was funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Alfred Spellman was born in Miami Beach, Florida, USA. He is a producer, director and co-founder of rakontur a Miami based production company known for Cocaine Cowboys (2006), Cocaine Cowboys Spellman 2 (2008) and Raw Deal: A Question of Consent (2001). SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 2:30PM Art Talk: The Art of Architecture Take a guided tour of the Art of Architecture photo exhibit in the Art Deco Museum with the artists as they discuss their work and inspiration. The featured photographers for this art exhibit are Arthur Marcus, Albert Barg, Jeff Weisberg, Brandon Quarters and Vander Bhirtwish. For speaker bios and photos, see pages 36 and 37. 20 ART DECO WEEKEND 7PM Panel Discussion: Art and Architecture: Where the Two Intersect Join us as we discuss the intersection of art and architecture and the collaboration between artist and architect. Moderator: Cheryl Jacobs, Executive Vice President, AIA Miami & the Miami Center for Architecture & Design Panelists: Janda Wetherington, Director, Pan American Art Projects; Gustavo Spokoiny, Design Development and Construction Administration Director, 13th Floor Investments; Carolina Sardi, Artist; Alan Shulman, Architect, Shulman & Associates Cheryl H. Jacobs, Executive Vice President American Institute of Architects – AIA Miami Center for Architecture & Design, Inc. (MCAD). Cheryl Jacobs guides both organizations, in the development and Jacobs implementation of programming that promotes archit X