Events

Alice in Wonderland Movie Madness

Zoom

7:30 PM Eastern/4:30 PM Pacific
Zoom Screening

Marvel at the monstrosity that is the 1931 film adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

A Virtual Sculpture Garden

Zoom

2:00 PM Eastern/11:00 AM Pacific
Zoom Webinar

Take in the works of two very different Carrollian master sculptors at our virtual sculpture garden.

The Great Debate: Wonderland vs. Looking-Glass

Zoom

2:00 PM Eastern/11:00 AM Pacific
Zoom login information: Posted 1-2 days before event.

Please join us for a delightful discourse you won't hear anywhere else! Specially-selected Carrollian academics and literary luminaries will take sides and amicably argue once and for all which is the more scholastically significant, culturally compelling, engrossingly eloquent, all-around better book: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland or Through the Looking-Glass???

A Collector’s Path: The Course and Content of Collecting Today

Time: 3:00 PM Eastern; 12:00 PM Pacific
Location: Zoom info to be provided 1-2 days before event.

Join Collections Advisor, Spencer W. Stuart as he discusses case studies from his professional practice as well as the past to chart the life cycle of collections and the collectors who build them.

Parlour Performances

Time: 3:00 PM Eastern; 12:00 PM Pacific
Location: Zoom info to be provided 1-2 days before event.

Step into our virtual Victorian parlour for a mirthful mischmasch of Carrollian entertainment. Delight in drama and poetry and partake in pleasant parlour games as Alice-inspired melodies fill the air and close-up magic astounds!  Performers include Daniel Rover Singer, Debby Vivari, and Christopher Morgan.

Movie Matinee & Conversation: Sincerely Yours: A Film About Lewis Carroll. Produced by Andy Malcolm and George Pastic.

Time: 3:00 PM Eastern, 12:00 PM Pacific
Zoom Login: Information will be provided 1-2 days before the event

It's a Carrollian movie night you won't see anywhere else! Andy Malcolm presents his exceptional 2003 short film Sincerely Yours. He'll discuss this labor of love and the painstaking process of recreating Lewis Carroll's world. Dayna Nuhn, Andy's friend and longtime LCSNA member, will lead the interview.

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