6630 Manasota Key Road
New Orleans-based artist Regina Scully will discuss the micro-universes she creates in her paintings and showcase some of her works in an exhibit entitled “Small Paintings and Works on Paper.” (This exhibit runs through December in the Palm House at the Hermitage, 6630 Manasota Key Road; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.) Italian screenwriter Roberto Bentivegna will take you behind the scenes of his film now in pre-production by Ridley Scott’s company, showing how storyboards, look books, and mood reals are used to create a film.
This is a free event but reservations are required. Click here to RSVP. This event is in the Palm House; you are welcome to enjoy the beach afterwards.
Roberto Bentivegna is a director and screenwriter whose short films have received acclaim at film festivals in the United States and around the world. His screenplays include “Shella,” written for celebrated photographer Albert Watson; “The Eel,” starring Sam Rockwell and Jon Bernthal; and “A Hard Day.” Bentivegna was awarded the Carla Kuhn fellowship, the Hollywood Foreign Press Award, the Alfred P. Sloan Screenwriting Award, and was a finalist in the Academy’s Nicholl Fellowship.
Regina Scully lives and paints in the Holy Cross neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. She was the recipient of the 2017 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant Award. Scully’s artwork is showcased in a host of private and public collections, including the Microsoft Art Collection, the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection, and the New Orleans Museum of Art. For more information, visit www.reginascully.com.