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Artists' Market Community Center hosts many events open to the public and free of charge--often with complimentary light refreshments.  We host a free reception the first Saturday of every month (March through December) with music and complimentary refreshments. 

We look forward to meeting you at any of these free events below.





A Celebration of Cinematic Art

Classic movie buffs will think they died and went to heaven. It’s A Celebration of the Cinematic Arts, featuring rare artifacts, a video presentation, and John DiLeo—author of six books on classic movies. The video, BLOOPERS, SECRETS, AND SURPRISES FROM HOLLYWOOD’S GOLDEN AGE, is a fascinating compilation of classic-movie clips—not outtakes, but actual mistakes nobody noticed until it was too late. It’s a funny, light-hearted peek at behind-the-scenes Hollywood, including clips featuring Cary Grant, Ava Gardner, Lucille Ball, Fred Astaire, Yul Brynner, Alfred Hitchcock, Cyd Charisse, and many more.

"A Celebration of Cinematic Art" is being sponsored by the Barryville Area Arts Association. Our featured guest will be John DiLeo, the author of six books about classic movies who has conducted one-on-one onstage interviews with the likes of Arlene Dahl, Jane Powell, Rex Reed, Farley Granger, Marge Champion, and many others.

The timing of this celebration coincides with the release of John’s latest book, Ten Movies at a Time, being published by Hansen Publishing Group. Through reviews of 350 representative films, John writes from the perspective that the history of movies parallels the history of America itself. 

For example, the 1940s show Hollywood in full war-effort mode, in battle and on the home front. This is followed by a post-war cinema consisting of groundbreaking realism as well as a spate of fantasy films; then the new and exciting film noir, portraits of Cold War panic, and the domestic bliss of suburbia.

The Event will also feature an exhibit of cinema related artifacts on loan from many different sources, on display now through October 15.  Plus a group exhibit of local artists including Eloy Argueso, Jane Brennan, Rebecca Esposito, Mef Gannon, DebbieGioello, Stephanie McClure, Susan Miiller, Ari Mir-Pontier, Dixie Rich, Nick Roes, Kelly Ryan, and Joan Standora.






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