Melinda Camber Porter: A Memorial Celebration
Art and Family
It is our pleasure to invite you to
The New York City Memorial Celebration for
Melinda Camber Porter (1953-2008).
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Reception 1 pm to 7 pm
Clark Studio Theater and
Samuels Teaching Studio
Lincoln Center Institute thLincoln Center at 165 W 65 Str.
[stairs or escalators www.lcinstitute.org]
Melinda at Lincoln Center
sitting by the Henry Moore’s (1995)
Please join us for a reception from 1 to 7
pm at the Samuels Teaching Studio to meet
Melinda’s family and friends, and to view her
visual art, writings, and photographs. In the
adjacent Clark Studio Theater there will be a
series of film screenings, music, and readings
from 1- 4:30 pm, and personal remembrances
from 4:45 – 5:45 pm. The detailed schedule is in
preparation and will be emailed to you in March,
and also postings on www.CamberPorter.org.
The Assumption (Melinda ? 1992 oil 48”x48”)
___________________________________________________________________________________ Please RSVP by email to Joe Flicek at email@example.com. We very much look forward to your attendance and participation.
Our sincere thanks,
Joe, Robert and James Flicek
firstname.lastname@example.org Joe’s Cell: 347-782-1653
One West 67th Street, New York, NY 10023
Melinda Camber Porter Memorial Celebration
Sunday, April 18, 2010 Reception 1pm to 7pm
Lincoln Center Program
Samuels Studio: Reception Hours 1pm to 7pm
Clark Theater Program Schedule:
2pm to 3pm: Screening of Melinda’s Films
3:30pm to 5pm: Music and Poetry Readings
5:30pm: Closing Remarks
Exhibition of Melinda’s Art of oils, watercolors and drawings: There will be approximately 25 paintings in the Samuels Studio and 10 paintings in the Clark Theater
as a retrospective of Melinda’s art.
Melinda’s Literary Works in the Samuels Studio:
Badlands, a novel set in Wounded Knee, South Dakota.
Boat Child, a comedy set in California.
The Art of Love, a book of Melinda’s art and poetry.
Though Parisian Eyes, interviews of Parisian cultural figures.
William Blake Illuminates the Art of Melinda Camber Porter by Robin Hamlyn.
Screening of Melinda’s films [2pm to 3pm]:
The Art of Love: film on Melinda’s art and writing the influenced by the French.
Sacred Journey: film of Melinda’s cultural exchange with Native Americans.
Luminous Journey: film on Melinda’s creative inspiration from Sag Harbor, NY.
Vision on Film Shorts: film by Melinda on Michael Apted.
Music and Poetry from Melinda’s friends and collaborators [3:30pm -5pm]:
Carman Moore: composer of The Art of Love and Night Angel music for Melinda.
Liz Swados: composer of Journey to Benares music for Melinda.
Hubert and Brian Francis: Mi’Maq Indian musicans/producers.
Marjory Wentworth: Poet Laureate of South Carolina.
Scott and Megan Chasky: poets from Sag Harbor.
Emily Toy: poet and writer from Sag Harbor.
Sabu Ochiai-Okinawa sanshin, Nobuko Miyazaki-Bamboo flute, Hideko-dancer.
Closing Remarks [5:30pm]:
Peter Trippi, Editor of fine Art Connoisseur Magazine on Melinda’s art.
Heather Soderlind: Friend from Lady Margaret Hall Oxford University.
Joe Flicek remarks on Melinda.
This will be an opportunity to enjoy Melinda’s art, family, friends, films, ideas, and literature. There will be beverages and light refreshments served in the Samuels Studio.
[Reservations email@example.com Joe’s Cell: 347-782-1653]