October 9, 2004
10/14 Program change-- D.E.A.F. Media/Oakland Museum Senior Tea and Tour
From: D.E.A.F. Media, Inc - Oct 9, 2004
Due to logistical considerations,Â the topic of the October 14th Senior Tea and Tour with Igor Kolombatovic has been changed.Â Igor will be touring the Art Gallery.Â Â (not the "What's Going On? California in the Vietnam Era," as originally announced.)
Full announcement follows:
D.E.A.F. Media, Inc. and the Oakland Museum of California
A Senior Tea and Tour
Join Docent, Igor Kolombatovic on a tour for seniors of the Oakland Museum's Art Gallery.Â Igor, a long-time Oakland Museum docent, will highlight his favorite paintings in the museum's permanent collection.Â A rare opportunity to see these works from a Deaf artist's perspective.
October 14, 2004
2 - 4 p.m.
Place:Â The Oakland Museum of CA
1000 Oak Street at 10th
(1 Block East of the Lake Merrit Bart Station)
Admission:Â Free with RSVP ($13. adult/ $9. senior without RSVP)
Number is limited, pre-registration is requiredÂ
Â RSVP to:Â Â Â Â Â Â firstname.lastname@example.org
(510) 841-0165 TTY
(510) 841-0163 Voice
*Â Voice Interpreter will be providedÂ *
More Info:Â http://www.museumca.org/exhibit/exhi_whats_going_on.html
IGOR KOLOMBATOVIC, an accomplished artist, first studied painting in his native Yugoslavia at the National Art Academy in Belgrade. He later studied at the Fine Arts Institute in Rome, Italy, and, after he moved to the United States, at the San Francisco Art Institute. Igor is a Docent at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and the Oakland Museum of California. A Bay Area resident for 35 years, he is a longtime member of D.E.A.F. Media's Board of Directors.
D.E.A.F. Media, Inc., 2600 Tenth Street, Berkeley, CAÂ 94710
What is D.E.A.F. Media?
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.