RE-ENCHANTMENT: The Value of Art in Society

RE-ENCHANTMENT: The Value of Art in Society

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"RE-ENCHANTMENT: The Value of Art in Society -- A Sneak Peek into the Poetic Mind of a Unique Citizen/Artist" is a "performed lecture" featuring the four-time Pushcart Prize nominated poet, avant-garde filmmaker, adjunct professor, and artist Kevin Marshall Chopson. "RE-ENCHANTMENT" is a postmodern piece, incorporating a number of art genres (poetry, film, theatre, etc.), and is designed to provoke and compel. It addresses the current postmodern condition under which we all function. Goethe, Sartre, Camus, Derrida, Foucault, Lyotard, Baudrillard, and many other philosophers would be glad this event is taking place. This piece of performance art begins the moment you walk in the door with "A Prelude of 45s" -- an optional listening and mingling time from 6:15 to 6:59 p.m. The random selection and playing of the 45s will hint at what lies beneath what the audience is about to experience.

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Posted By: The Palace Theatre

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Date: March 30, 2019
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

The Palace Theatre
146 N Water Ave
Gallatin TN 37066

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The Palace Theatre is the oldest silent movie theater still standing in it’s original location in the state of Tennessee. Being owned and operated by Bill Roth, The Palace Theatre thrived as a community theater from 1913 until 1977. During these years The Palace was a focal point on the historic downtown square.

After Mr. Roth’s death in the early 1990s, the theater was purchased at auction and subsequently donated to Greater Gallatin, Inc. (now Historic Downtown Gallatin, Inc.) for renovation. The property is found to be the oldest silent movie theater still standing in its original location in the state of Tennessee and therefore was made a local historical landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The iconic Palace Theatre now serves as an event venue and still shows movies in the heart of Downtown Gallatin. These efforts are not possible without the generous donations received throughout the year.

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