Louisiana travelogue on Friday
Another travelogue in the Kenosha Public Museum’s 76th annual season will be shown on Friday, January 18th, at the Reuther High School Auditorium, 58th Street and Sheridan Road, in Kenosha. It’s entitled, “Hello Louisiana/Bonjour Louisiane, presented by Monty and Marsha Brown. They will be narrating the digital presentation. It starts at 7 pm, and it’s free and open to the public.
Other upcoming travelogues include:
- February 8, 2013 – The Heart of San Francisco, by Sandy Mortimer
- March 8, 2013 – Afghanistan and Pakistan, by Marlin Darrah
- March 22, 2013 – The Great Trans-American Train Ride, by Doug Jones
A travelogue is a professional 90-minute presentation shown on a big screen with one intermission. It documents interesting places around the world, describing art, music, architecture, culture, and history from a first-person perspective. Travelogues are produced in an enhanced digital format and narrated live by the filmmaker.
Travelogues open the world for people of all ages, enhancing student classroom experiences and enabling adults to relive (or plan for) vacations and business trips around the world.
For more information, call (262) 653-4140, or visit: KenoshaPublicMuseum.org.