Book Discussion “My Life” by Isadora Duncan with Dr. J. Neal
The Lawton Arts & Humanities Council has chosen to discuss the theme, “The Journey Inward: Women’s Autobiography. This theme was developed with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The program, Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma, is a discussion group that comes together for a five-part, scholar-led series. Each scholar opens the program, bringing the book to life, provoking the group’s curiosity with insights and raising questions that spark discussion. All book discussions are held at Cameron University Library every third Thursday of each month at 6pm.
“My Life” by Isadora Duncan is the fourth presentation of the five-part, scholar-led series.
“Fascinating, even sensational reading.”
– New York Times
“Isadora was a wild voluptuary, a true revolutionary. She flouted every tradition. . . . She alone and unhelped changed the direction of her entire art.”
– Agnes de Mille
Isadora Duncan is considered the “Mother of Modern Dance”, was a trailblazing dancer and instructor who emphasized freer forms of movement which were a precursor to modern dance techniques. Her autobiography “My Life” was published in 1927 the year of her death shortly has gone on to become a critically acclaimed work.
Learn more about Isadora Duncan at https://www.britannica.com/biography/Isadora-Duncan
These programs are free and open to the public. Please come and join us to learn from these exciting and interesting books and perhaps share your experience and knowledge with other people. Copies of the books may be picked up at the Arts & Humanities Division Office, 801 NW Ferris (west entrance of McMahon Memorial Auditorium), Monday-Friday at 8am – 12pm, 1 – 5pm, call 580-581-3470/581-3471. For additional information on the event, contact: Dory Thomas, 580-536-4349, email@example.com
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