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May 11, 2004

6/13 date for D.E.A.F. Media Docent Tour - ART DECO 1910-1939 SF Legion of Honor

From: D.E.A.F. Media Inc. - May 11, 2004

D.E.A.F. Media, Inc. and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are pleased to announce...

A D.E.A.F. MEDIA Docent Tour: "ART DECO 1910-1939" with RON TRUMBLE

Glamorous, exotic, and vibrant, Art Deco is widely considered the most popular style of the 20th century. San Francisco will be one of only two American venues for Art Deco: 1910-1939, the extraordinary exhibition organized by the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Art Deco looks at the sources of inspiration and the global impact of this phenomenally popular style of the early 20th century, a style that was synonymous with glamour, sophistication, and luxury.

The tour will include voice interpretation by Patty Lessard and Ric Owen.

WHEN: Sunday, June 13, 9 a.m.*

(* The early hour allows us in before the museum is officially open to the public. This helps us to see the exhibit better--with less crowds.)



$15.00 at the door without RSVP

** A voluntary $5. donation to the Legion of Honor is suggested, however.

 Space is limited.

TTY     (510)  841 0165
Voice   (510)  841 0163

RON TRUMBLE is the owner and principal artist of Trumblewood in Berkeley, where his work has included the Deco style. He holds a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is Vice-president of the D.E.A.F. Media Board of Directors and Coordinator/Principal Artist for our Deaf Artists Workshops at the Oakland Museum.

D.E.A.F. MEDIA DOCENTS is a project of D.E.A.F. Media, Inc.--providing Deaf museum guides and lecturers for arts and cultural institutions in the S.F. Bay Area.

We hope you will join us there!

Susan D. Rutherford, Ph.D.
Executive Director

DEAF Media, Inc., 2600 Tenth Street, Berkeley, CA  94710
What is D.E.A.F. Media?
Now in our 30th year, D.E.A.F. Media, Inc. was established in 1974 as a Deaf arts and education non-profit corporation dedicated to the advocacy and development of cultural,  educational and professional opportunities for the Deaf community.  And, through the arts, D.E.A.F. Media promotes the awareness and acceptance of Deaf people by the general public. These goals are accomplished with a commitment to excellence through Deaf centered cultural events, school projects, television, and community partnerships with Bay Area cultural institutions. D.E.A.F. Media also provides information and referral, consultancy and technical assistance in the field of deafness,particularly with regard to the arts and communication.