A screening of the film, Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory took place at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in NYC, on May 16th. It was an evening which included the documentary, as well as the music of Chopin, Faure Leibermann, performed by pianist David Shimoni. The evening concluded with a conversation moderated by BPAC Director, Ted Altschuler, with David, Rosalyn and Paul Lewis. It was lovely night and we were honored to be a part of it.
Rosalyn Engelman in conversation with David Shimoni.
David Shimoni rehearsing his performance during a test screening of the film.
March 14, 2017 — Screening of our film, Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory at Baruch Performing Arts Center, NYC.
An evening with visual artist, Rosalyn Engelman, an exploration of her life and creative process through film, music, and conversation. The 70-minute program includes the documentary film Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory, the artist in conversation with BPAC director Ted Altschuler and film's Director, Paul Lewis, and a music program featuring Nocturnes by Chopin, Faure and Lowell Liebermann performed by pianist David Shimoni. At the end, a toast to the triptych Nocturnes, which Rosalyn Engelman generously donated to BPAC.
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Subterracon Screened Engelman Documentary at Rochester University's Memorial Art Galley - October 11, 2015
Director and producer, Paul Lewis introduced The Color of Memory, his documentary about artist Rosalyn Engelman at Rochester University's Memorial Art Gallery. Rosalyn's work is in MAG's permanent collection. A Q&A with the artist, the filmmaker, Paul Lewis, and MAG director, Jonathan Binstock followed the screening.
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Our short documentary film on the NYC-based artist, Rosalyn Engelman, set for release June 2015, was screened at a private event to mark a new retrospective show on the artist's work. It was sponsored by the global investment-management and research firm, AllianceBernstein. The exclusive, one-day event featured a post-screening Q&A with Director, Paul Lewis, Cinematographer Robert Gregson and the artist, Rosalyn Engelman.
The film is an intimate look at an extraordinary, award-winning artist who overcame Guillian-Barre Syndrome to continue her commitment to art and painting.
Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory explores the artist's work and vision over the course of two weekends a year apart, featuring an in-depth interview with Rosalyn, a verite look at the artist at work, and a celebration and unveiling of her commissioned painting for Frank Lloyd Wright's Blandes House owned by John and Marsha Shyer.
Subterracon is deeply grateful to AB for the opportunity to have shared this work publicly for the first time and for the warm and generous feedback from the audience.