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FREE Year 26, No. 24


P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY

Celebrating 26 Years of Community News February 23 – March 1, 2011


FIND YOUR
COMMUNITY The Phantom of the Opera Lower Merion’s Patrick Scott
NEWS HERE! Named Discus Award Winner
Comes to Merion
A
lexandra
Scott – as a
cancer pa-
tient and founder
of Alex’s Lemon-
ade Stand – pro-
vided us with a
reminder of what
one person can
do. Her idea grew
from one lemon-
King of Prussia ade stand to a na-
Players’ “Guys tional foundation
with thousands of
and Dolls” children at stands
Page 7 around the coun-
try that raised over
$34 million for
childhood cancer
awareness and
research.
Patrick Scott,
Alex’s older broth-
er, now a junior at LMHS Junior Patrick Scott’s volunteer
Lower Merion High work has not gone unnoticed. He is this
School, also be- year’s Discus Award winner.
lieves in the idea
Martins Run that each of us can make a difference in someone else’s life.
As Alex’s brother he helped out at her lemonade stands,
“Sweethearts” spoke at walkathons and volunteers at the foundation offices.
Page 8 Merion Mercy Music Theater members prepare for “The Phantom of the Opera,” from left – At Lower Merion, he volunteers with the Friendship Club,
Erin McGarrity, of Turnersville, NJ; Nicole D’Angelo, of Bryn Mawr; Jessica Donofrio, of an after-school program for intellectually disabled students.
Philadelphia; and Amy Weiss, of Philadelphia. “As a group, we meet with them for games and activities,”
he explained. “Sometimes we all go down to Suburban

M
erion Mercy Music Theater (MMMT) is producing The Phantom of the Opera. Square. The experience led me to bring a chapter of Best
MMMT guarantees magnificent music, magical sets, exquisite costumes, Buddies to Lower Merion.”
and a riveting story. Show times are as follows: Friday, February 25, at Best Buddies is an international program founded by mem-
7:30 p.m.; Saturday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, February 27, at bers of the Kennedy-Shriver family to create opportunities
2:00 p.m.; Friday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m.; for one-to-one friendships for people with intellectual and
and Sunday, March 6, at 2:00 p.m. For tickets, call 610-664-6655, ext. 304 developmental disabilities. “Best Buddies, as a one-to-one
or visit www.merion-mercy.com. Nominated for 49 Greater Philadelphia Cappies awards friendship, is more of a personal commitment,” Scott noted.
and winner of 11, MMMT has produced quality musicals, comedies and dramas on the “I had to raise money to found a chapter, because they pro-
Merion stage since 1985. See Discus Award Winner Patrick Scott on page 10
Education News
Pages 10 & 11
One Book One Lower Merion Pilobolus Returns with Three Philly Premieres
Presents A Rope and A Prayer
T
Senior Services he wildly popular Pilobolus
Dance Theatre, the dance
Pages 8 & 16

T
he Lower Merion Library System (LMLS) announces collective that defies catego-
that another One Book program has been scheduled. rization, returns to Philadelphia
On Sunday, March 20 at 2 p.m., authors David Rohde for a program including the Phila-
and Kristen Mulvihill delphia premiere of three works—
Healthy Living will discuss their re- “Redline,” “The Transformation”
Page 9 cently published book, and “Hapless Hooligan in ‘Still Mov-
A Rope and a Prayer: A ing.’” Performances take place

Authors David Rohde Pilobolus Dance Theatre returns to


and Kristen Mulvihill Philadelphia for performances
Your Community will discuss their re- March 3 - 6, 2011, as part of the
Newspaper cently published book, 2010/11 Dance Celebration season
CITY SUBURBAN “A Rope and a Prayer: presented by Dance Affiliates and
A Kidnapping from Two the Annenberg Center. Photo/John
NEWS Sides” on Sunday, Kane/Pilobolus Dance Theatre
610-667-6623 March 20 at 2 p.m.
www.Scribd.com/ March 3 - 6, 2011 and are part of
Kidnapping from Two the 2010/11 Dance Celebration
CitySuburbanNews Sides. This riveting season presented by Dance Affili-
Find us on Facebook! story details Rohde’s ates and the Annenberg Center.
capture by the Tali- Due to demand for tickets, a spe-
b a n , M u l v i h i l l ’s cial 2 p.m. matinee has been add-
efforts to obtain his ed on Sunday, March 6. For tickets or for information, visit AnnenbergCenter.org or call
E-mail: release, and his in- 215-898-3900. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Annenberg Center Box Office
CitySuburbanNews@mac.com credible escape. located at 3680 Walnut Street.
Rohde is a Pulitzer Entering its 40th year, Pilobolus Dance Theatre continues to straddle the confluence of
Prize-winning reporter for The dance and human architecture. The company has created 100 choreographic works that
New York Times and this suspenseful tale will keep readers are visually stunning and challenge the limits of the human body. Grace, physical agility,
See One Book Program on page 4 and pure invention are Pilobolus’ See Philobolus Returns on page 5
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P ROGRAM WITH A NN D OUBILET A benefit concert will be held at
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presents the renowned string quar-
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Pepe” in the First Floor Galleries. cianship. Refreshments will be pro-
For information, call 215-545-4302 Anne Doubilet, a renowned explorer and photographer for four vided after the concert. Open seat-
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disappearing world—see her stunning images from vanishing 610-692-5662 for reservations. Sug-

Advertise in Meet Author


Author Jessica Bordas, a resident
of Ridley Park, PA, will be available
corals to melting icebergs. Tickets available at the door for $12
Geographical Society members, $15 non-members, and $7.50
students. For information, visit www.geographicalsociety.org or
gested donation is $20. All proceeds
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Academy of Natural Sciences, 19th Street and Ben Franklin Parkway.
South New Street, West Chester,
PA 19380.
Springfield, PA 19064. The book sign-

News to ing will be held on February 26,


from 1 to 3 p.m. For info, contact
James Branscum at 888-361-9473
Tri-State Jazz Society
Presents Jazz
in Collingswood, NJ, on March 3,
2011 will be saxophonist and flut-
ist Lynn Riley with her band, fea-
Senior Volunteer
Opportunities
Journey’s Way, a division of Inter-
Pianist Joe Holt
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“For the Family”


Tri-State Jazz Society presents Joe
Holt on Sunday, February 27, 2011
turing pianist Aaron Graves, bass-
ist Rubin Edwards, and Harry
Butch Reed on drums. One Show:
community Action, invites every-
one to Community Day, Saturday,
March 5, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., at
at 2:00 p.m. running 2 1/2 hours 7:30 - 9 p.m. Admission: $10/$5 for the Center at 403 Rector Street to

Customers! This spring, the Philadelphia Art


Alliance will open its doors, every
last Sunday of the month, for fam-
ilies looking to experience modern
until 4:30 p.m. This concert, “Stride
Piano: A Continuing Legacy of
Spontaneous Joy,” will be held at
students. No advance sales. Free
Refreshments! For info, call 856-
858-8914. Jazz Bridge, a 501C3
introduce new and ongoing volun-
teer opportunities and a new part-
nership with RSVP, the Retired Sen-
craft exhibitions together. The “For The Porch Club, 4th & Howard Sts., nonprofit that assists our local jazzior Volunteer Program. New volun-
CITY SUBURBAN NEWS – the Family” Sunday craft experience Riverton, NJ 08077. Half-price ad- and blues musicians in crisis, is teer programs include a vegetable
mission is $10 available for first- garden and cooking for home-
Your Community Paper is designed for parents and chil-
time attendees and members. Regu-
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bound elders. Ongoing projects in-
dren ages 6-10 who want to expe-
for 26 Years! rience arts and culture as a family. lar admission is $20. High school First Friday Art Show clude friendly phone calls, program
The next installment takes place and college students with IDs and The Great Frame Up, located at 302 development, leading groups and
on Sunday, February 27 at noon. children accompanied by a paying W. Lancaster Avenue, Wayne, PA, classes, technology assistance and
Admission to the event is free, but adult are free. Pay at the door; there presents its March 4 First Friday much more. To attend, call 215-487-
PAA graciously asks for a suggest- are no advance sales or reserva- Show featuring paintings, pho- 1750 by Thursday, March 4.
NEED MORE SPACE? ed donation of $10 per family. For tions. The Porch Club is 2 miles
from the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge.
tographs and drawings. The open-
Pearl Jam Tribute
Advertise Your Items for Sale in Our Classified Section! info about this event or PAA, visit ing reception is from 5 p.m. to 8
www.philartalliance.org or call 215- For information call 856-720-0232 p.m. The artwork will be shown for On Saturday, March 5 at 9 p.m.,
545-4302. or visit www.tristatejazz.org. the entire month of March. Featured The Grape Room presents noted
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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS New Seed Sanctuary


Ageless Wisdom Study Group
Learn, Understand, Practice, Develop
6 Week Course • Sundays • 11 am - 2 pm
By Rose Marie Riley with the words “Art of the Garden” in the subject line or send an SASE
to “Art of the Garden” POB 264, Merion, PA 19066. For information, con- Need to be more spiritually aware and
tact Christine Faris, Library Director at 610-446-3082 ext. 213. The connected? Interested in Qabalah, Hermeticism,
Main Line Symphony Orchestra Concert library is located at 1601 Darby Road in Havertown, PA 19083. The web- Meditation, Divination, Theosophy, Gnosticism?
The second concert of the 65th season of the Main Line Symphony site is www.haverfordlibrary.org. Questioning your purpose and place? In search
Orchestra will take place on Friday, February 25, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. at
of more in your
the Valley Forge Middle School on Walker Road and Route 252 in Wayne, American Girl Fashion Show life?
Pennsylvania. The music director and conductor is Henry Scott, bassist DONATION: $35 PER WEEK
The Saturday Club is presenting its 9th annual American Girl Fashion
in the Philadelphia Orchestra. This will be his 30th year conducting the Show weekend March 12 and 13, 2011, at The Desmond in Malvern. $200 FULL PAY Join a serious study group
Main Line Symphony Orchestra. The concertmaster is Yumi Ninomiya to change your perceptions,
Proceeds will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Includes handouts.
Scott, violinist in the Philadelphia Orchestra. Tickets may be purchased your reality, your life.
and The Saturday Club Children’s Charity Fund. For information visit Bring notebook, pen & snack.
at the door at $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and students. For info www.saturdayclub.org. Taught by
call Judith Rubinstein at 610-688-0235 or kertkadyk@verizon.net. 215-901-9270 Lyratah Barrett,
Tourney Tip-Off Breakfast Lyratah@yahoo.com Dir. of New Seed
Veterinarians Share Expertise at Sanctuary, in Phila.
The 13th annual Coaches vs. Cancer of Philadelphia “Tourney Tip-Off
PA Horse World Expo Breakfast,” will be held March 14, 2011, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., at the
On Friday, February 25, veterinarians from the University of Penn- Palestra at the University of Pennsylvania, 220 South 32nd Street, Phila-
sylvania School of Veterinary Medicine will offer a full day of presenta- delphia. The event will be hosted by Philadelphia Coaches. Proceeds
tions at the Pennsylvania Horse World Expo at the Farm Show Complex from the Tip-Off Breakfast raises funds and awareness to support the
and Expo Center in Harrisburg, PA. The lectures and discussions cover American Cancer Society’s work to save lives from cancer. For info and
a broad range of veterinary topics of interest to all horse owners. All pre- tickets visit phillycoachesvscancer.org or call 215-985-5401.
sentations will take place in Seminar Hall B. On Saturday, February 26,
11:00 a.m. to 12 noon, a presentation by Dirk Vanderwall, DVM, PhD, an Step into Saks
associate professor at New Bolton Center board-certified in theriogenol- Steppingstone Scholars, Inc. is presenting “Step into Saks” March 16,
ogy, introduces the audience to high-tech procedures available in horse 2011, at Saks Fifth Avenue, 2 Bala Plaza Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, from 6
breeding. The schedule is subject to change. The Horse World Expo runs to 8:30 p.m. The event features entertainment provided by area school
from February 24 through February 27. For information about the ensembles, food by Isabella Restaurants and The world of Jimmy Choo
Expo and for updated schedules, visit www.horseworldexpo.com. Spring 2011 Collection. A raffle will be held. Proceeds from the event will
provide Scholars with school supplies, classroom materials, backpacks
“Art of the Garden” Seeking Artists and shirts. For information call 215-508-5150, ext. 22.
The Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library are sponsoring a
new fundraiser for the library which will be held from April 9, 2011 - Party in the Park
June 21, 2011, with an opening reception taking place on Friday, April Fred’s Footsteps is presenting “Party in the Park,” March 18, 2011 at
8 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. All artists are invited to apply to a special exhi- Please Touch Museum Memorial Hall, 4231 Avenue of the Republic,
bition, “Art of the Garden,” a group show of 150 artworks highlighting a Philadelphia, from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Music will be provided by Chico’s
botanical theme. The show will serve as the second annual arts event to Vibe. The event features a fabulous evening of food, fun and dancing.
be held at the Haverford Township Free Library. “Sowing the Seeds of a Proceeds benefit The G. Fred DiBona, Jr. Memorial Foundation – Fred’s
New Library” is the cause for which artists are sought, who will be asked Footsteps that helps families through difficult times by providing direct
to donate 20% of the purchase price of their art work to the library, financial assistance to families who find themselves in a financial crisis
which has been operating for the last two years on a 33% budget cut due to the costs associated with caring for a critically ill child. For infor-
totaling more than $300,000. Application forms are available from the mation call 610-850-3290.
information desk of the library. The application deadline is March 7. For
entry guidelines, send an email to: lightnessofbeing2011@yahoo.com

DreamREALITY: Haverford School Inaugural Arts Festival


‘75, and Page Wood ‘72. Free.
T he Haverford School will host DreamREALITY, its inau-
gural arts festival March 7 - 11, featuring a variety of
events to showcase student and alumni work across a
“Past and Present” Music Recital
March 7 – 7:30 p.m., in Ball Auditorium. Featuring perfor-
broad range of artistic fields. The week will recognize the mances from current students and alumni, including Geoff
artistic achievements of Haverford alumni and provide stu- McDonald ‘03, cello; Alan Stepansky ‘78, cello; and Rob Weiss
dents with first-hand information both about careers in the ‘95, Bob Clothier ‘79, Jim Buck ‘77, and other members of the Center City • Fairmount
arts and the value of the arts regardless of career choice. a cappella group, The Tonics. $10 adults; $5 students. For South Philadelphia • The Suburbs
Haverford School Alumni & Student Visual Art Show info, contact Heather Klein at 484-417-2737 or hklein@haver-
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COLEMAN BRUNCH FOR COMMISSIONER BRIAN MCGUIRE


TREE SERVICE A welcome brunch for new
Lower Merion Township
Storm Damage? Commissioner Brian McGuire
was hosted by local Demo-
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Reasonable Rates • 100% Satisfaction Township Treasurer Samuel
Adenbaum at their home in
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FREE ESTIMATES • FULLY INSURED McGuire took the oath of
office as Commissioner for
Ward 13 on January 19, 2011,
filling the seat vacated by
Board President and Ward 13
Commissioner Bruce D. Reed.
He has been appointed Co-
Vice Chair of the Board of
Commissioner’s Finance and
Open Space Committees, and
Vice Chair of the Administra-
tive and Human Resources
Committee.
A non-profit management Attending a welcome brunch for new Lower Merion Township Commissioner Brian McGuire
professional for 16 years, hosted by local Democratic Committee Regional Vice Chair Gilda Kramer and Township
Commissioner McGuire also Treasurer Samuel Adenbaum at their home in Bala Cynwyd are, from left – Gilda Kramer,
brings extensive federal and Brian McGuire, Susan Brooks, and Samuel Adenbaum.
state legislative and regula-
tory policy experience through previous positions in the United States Senate and non-profit advocacy organizations. He
has been an active member of the Neighborhood Club of Bala Cynwyd, the Lower Merion Conservancy, and the Friends
of the Cynwyd Heritage Trail.
Commissioner McGuire and his wife, Susan Brooks, have lived in Bala Cynwyd since
2007, and are the parents of Sam, who attends Cynwyd Elementary School, and Marc of
Portland, Oregon. They are members of the Mishkan Shalom congregation.
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March 2 – Education News
A t the end of this month the Community Arts Center will
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March 9 – Healthy Living, Sr. Back Page exploring the relationship between the two. Come to the
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March 16 – Education News, Camp live band performers. During each performance, featured
artists will create visual art that is inspired by and responds
March 23 – Healthy Living, Senior Services to the music. The work will be auctioned off by a silent auc-
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March 30 – Jewish Culture, Get Ready for The first Friday Night Live event is Friday, February 25,
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band, will perform a mixture of acoustic American roots,
April 6 – Education News, Sr. Back Page, blues and gospel music in the ballroom of the Community
Get Ready for Passover & Easter Arts Center. During the performance, featured artists Drew
April 13 – Healthy Living, Get Ready for Arata, owner of Earth and State in Media, and Seth Mushrush,
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cal “Guys & Dolls” February 25, 26, March 4, 5 and 11 at
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inspired by the short stories of Damon Runyon. the Shannondell Performing Arts Theater, 10000 Shannon-
Rolling the dice is the vice of choice for Nathan Detroit (Ben dell Drive in Audubon. Advance discount tickets are avail-
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S KETCH C LUB H ONORS “T HE A RT OF THE F LOWER ”

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T he Philadelphia Sketch Club presents its sixth annual “The Art of the
Flower” juried exhibit from March 4 - 19, as a complement to the na-
tionally renowned Philadelphia Flower Show of the Pennsylvania Horti-
cultural Society. The show will feature more than 100 two- and three-
dimensional works in various media, all on the theme of flowers. More
than 300 artists are expected to compete for inclusion.
Bucks County watercolorist Gail Bracegirdle will serve as juror for this
year’s show. Bracegirdle is a signature member of the Philadelphia Water-
color Society and is a faculty member of ARTWORKS in Trenton NJ, and

“Black-Eyed Susan,” watercolor on paper, by Gail Bracegirdle. She is the


juror for this year’s Art of the Flower exhibition at the Philadelphia Sketch
Club.

the Abington Art Center in Jenkintown PA. “Every painting is a journey


and challenge,” says Bracegirdle. “I love experimenting with various tex-
tures and styles of watercolor papers and pigments. I’m always search-
ing for the perfect combination of surface and paint. If I can think of yet
another way to make art with watercolors, I’ll try it.”
An Artists’ Reception for “The Art of the Flower” will be held at the
Philadelphia Sketch Club on Sunday, March 6, from 2 to 4 p.m. The pub-
lic is welcome.
The Philadelphia Sketch Club, located at 235 South Camac Street in
Philadelphia, is the oldest artists’ club in the United States. Gallery hours
are Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 1 to 5
p.m.
For information, visit www.sketchclub.org or call 215-545-9298.

PA Symphonic Winds Perform Free Concert at Cabrini College


the Arthur Sullivan ballet “Pineapple Poll;” and selections
T he Pennsylvania Symphonic Winds (PSW) will perform
a free concert featuring symphony selections, ballet
suites and show tunes at Cabrini College on Sunday, March
from the Lord of the Rings: Symphony 1.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium
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a 2% increase was found to be fairly significant. Both groups
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Sisterhood of Or Shalom Villanova University Art Gallery Presents 50 Year


Synagogue Special Weekend Retrospective of Paul S. Wilson’s Work says, adding:
P aul S. Wilson remembers a con-
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ago in a car with Alexey Brodovich,
“It’s amazing to look at what we
were doing then compared to what’s
legendary visual image designer being done today. Back then, pho-
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century face of American magazines. now they can be as big as billboards.
Brodovich said that “each photog- With the technology we had then,
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Wilson was a student helping in there are some 150 million films on
Brodovich’s New York Designer’s U Tube.”
Workshop and on the threshold of Wilson earned a master’s degree
his own cutting-edge visual design in communication from the Annen-
career. berg School at the University of
How Wilson has applied that mes- Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s in
sage of innovation as graphic design- economics from Penn’s Wharton
From left – Julie L. Miller Sisterhood President; Rabbi er, commercial and fine art photog- School of Finance and Commerce.
Jacob Rosner; Paula Blaustein, chair of Saturday Services – rapher, filmmaker and Digital Age He also studied psychology at
go over the Sabbath service in preparation for the communicator may be seen in his Temple University and computer
Sisterhood weekend March 5 and 6. upcoming exhibit at the Villanova graphics at Bucks County Commu-
University Art Gallery. “These Eyes: nity College.
He worked as a communications
T he Sisterhood of Congregation Or Shalom in Berwyn is 50 years,” which opens Friday, Febru-
planning a very exciting and ambitious weekend March ary 25, presents samples of the Phila-
5 and 6. The Sisterhood will be conducting services for the delphia artist’s work in print, from
research analyst for a major Phila-
delphia pharmaceutical company;
Sabbath of March 5. They will be preparing all the prayers his advertising layouts to his current “Aspen Valley, NM,” Archival Inkjet Print, 20" implemented and managed a man-
and readings, following services there will be a luncheon. digitally enhanced art. As a student x 32", photographed by Paul S. Wilson. ufacturing operation for a printed
Sunday, March 6, the Sisterhood will host an unusual fund- of visual artists unafraid of using circuit board manufacturing com-
raiser. There will be a “Party of Gold.” The members and their machines to push arts boundaries, he made the computer pany in Puerto Rico; designed and launched a Cherry Hill,
friends will be bringing their unused and unwanted gold. It a graphic design tool at a time when having computers en- NJ, music/disco club.
will be cashed in for top prices. The Sisterhood and the hance art was not fashionable. In 1967 he opened Paul Wilson Studio in Philadelphia and
Hebrew School will benefit and get a percentage of the gold A free public reception to meet the artist and see the re- New York, specializing in still life and video production.
purchased. Congregation Or Shalom is a conservative syn- sults of his man/machine collaboration will take place on His work for major corporations and publications captured
agogue with a modern approach to Judaism. Or Shalom is lo- Friday, March 11, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the gallery, located in more than 30 Art Directors Club awards. In the mid-’80s,
cated at 835 Darby Paoli Road, (route 252) in Berwyn. For the Connelly Center on the Villanova campus. Refreshments he established a successor company, Electro/Grafiks, Inc.,
info call 610-644-9086 or visit www.orshalom.com. will be served. The exhibit continues to April 7. which designed imaging systems for various computer
The retrospective includes images of some of his famous manufacturers’ platforms and assisted artists, advertisers

PCA’s Senior Wellness Event clients (among others Jim Croce,


Grover Washington, Jr., and Barnabas
Collins); interpretive images of
and corporate communicators in
solving their visual graphics prob-
lems.
Set for March 7 canyons, clouds, trees, rocks, fog,
coastlines, and still lifes; St. Peter’s
“Growing Healthy with the Flower Show” – Celebrating Square at sunrise; and his ad layouts
Over the years, he has helped
colleges, universities, government
agencies, medical organizations and
Health, Wellness and Paris in Springtime for Wanamaker’s, Hot Foot shoes, businesses install, upgrade and
enhance electronic capabilities of
P hiladelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is offering sen-
iors a double dose of health and flowers with a special
and other commercial clients.
Wilson’s interpretive images of an
event in conjunction with the 2011 Philadelphia Internation- aspen valley near Santa Fe remind
their film, video, animation, imag-
ing and graphic design systems.
al Flower Show. him of a Louis Comfort Tiffany stain- As chair of the Moore College of
PCA’s “Growing Healthy with the Flower Show,” set for glass window, so he offers them in Art’s department of photography
Monday, March 7, from 1:30 to 4 p.m., will feature health tribute to the master glass work art- in the mid-1980s, Wilson focused
screenings, fitness activities and gardening tips, light re- ist. In another photo grouping, he on elevating photography’s status
freshments, vendor exhibits, and a special guest appear- probes the deep recesses of a yellow in the college curriculum, while
ance by Philadelphia Eagles Safety Quintin Mikell. The begonia. “I revel in the shapes and building awareness of photography’s
event will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1100 Arch colors to be found in the micro world importance in career fields such as
Street across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention of a begonia,” he says. graphic design and commercial
Center, where the Flower Show is held. Seniors 60 and over One leading-edge digital accomplish- advertising.
can attend the PCA senior wellness event for just $10 (a ment the exhibit cannot accommo- At Villanova, which he joined in
$35 value), and pick up a free one-time pass to the Flower date is the Internet virtual tour of 2002, he served as digital media
Show. The pass is good for any day from March 7 through The Vatican that Wilson carried out coordinator for the College of Arts
13 and must be picked up at the PCA senior wellness event. under the auspices of Villanova just and Science’s Communications
There is a limit of one Flower Show pass per attendee. prior to his retirement last year from Department, taught digital imaging
“Gardening is such a wonderful activity, combining exer- the university. In brilliant color and production, and beginning and ad-
cise with fresh air and growing things. It has both physical intricate detail, the Web tour offers vanced film and video production.
and mental health benefits, and we want to help seniors armchair visitors 360-degree, zoom- He supervised installation of live
find ways to get engaged,” says Joan Zaremba, PCA direc- in, zoom-out views of the Sistine production control room and audio
tor of marketing and corporate relations, of this year’s PCA Chapel, St. Paul’s Outside the Walls, facilities, and designed and super-
wellness event. “Philadelphia now has all of these commu- St. John Lateran and St. Peter’s vised digital editing workstations.
nity gardens and some of the senior centers have gardens Cathedral. “Patti LaBelle,” Archival Inkjet Print, 15" x While his exhibit may be a retro-
too. There are a lot of opportunities even if people don’t “It’s a humbling thought that mil- 22", photographed by Paul S. Wilson. spective, Wilson balances looking
have a yard.” lions of people around the world back with looking forward. Now
Participants will have plenty of opportunities for exercise who will never have the opportunity to travel there, may that he’s ‘retired’, he considers restarting set-aside plans
when they walk all or part of the Flower’s Show’s 10 acres experience the remarkable art and architectural marvels to do a film of the Navajo people. He marvels at the democ-
of exhibit space. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society event of The Vatican from home,” says Wilson. ratizing impact that the digital revolution is having on com-
– the world’s largest indoor flower show – opens Sunday, Looking back, Wilson considers it his good fortune to have munications, a global system driven by a worldwide mar-
March 6 and runs through Sunday, March 13 at the Pennsyl- been an aspiring artist in the early 1960s. With his paint- ket place that is constantly demanding the next best thing
vania Convention Center on 1200 Arch Street . The theme this ings of the Campbell Soup can, Coca-Cola bottle, and other as soon as possible. While his exhibit may be an art histo-
year is “Springtime in Paris” and includes six Paris-themed mass consumer products, Andy Warhol was giving birth to ry lesson of the recent past, he understands that the past
floral displays, along with French culinary presentations; the pop art movement. Never before, had the American is a place young people don’t dwell on for very long.
live cancan dancing; French cabaret song performances and art scene been so popular or electrified. “While I could bemoan a lack of interest on the part of
more. As always, Philadelphia’s International Flower Show “America was changing. Everything seemed possible in students in not wanting to know from whence we came, as
will showcase displays of hundreds of national and interna- the early ‘60s. I was doing still photography and felt, if I a teacher I try to keep from being critical of them for not
tional gardeners and horticulturalists. There will be free can do still work, I can do film. And I did.” wanting to know what I know.”
gardening presentations held throughout the week and scores In addition to Alexey Brodovich, Wilson also tutored under The Villanova University Art Gallery is open weekdays
of educational displays highlighting the latest gardening trends. noted Philadelphia lithographer Eugene Feldman. “As oth- from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For weekend and extended hours,
The marketplace will feature more than 150 vendors selling ers used a paint or paintbrush, Gene used a four-color Harris and other information, telephone the Art Gallery at 610-519-
plants, garden furniture, floral-inspired artwork, food and offset printing press to create his own prints and books, as 4612. Selected works from the Wilson exhibit may be pre-
garden-related crafts. well as to print materials for the Museum of Modern Art, viewed at www.artgallery.villanova.edu.
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