"In a New Light" Programs
Sunday, May 18"In a New Light: The Harry Ransom Center" Introduction to the HRC, its history, its collections, and programs presented by Oliver Franklin, curator of public programs. 2pm.
Friday, May 30"Fridays in Photography: The First Team: D.O. Hill & Robert Adamson" Examination of two pioneers of 19th-century photography, David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, presented by David Coleman, associate curator of photography. 3:15pm.
Tuesday-Wednesday, June 10-11"In a New Light at the Paramount: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" Screenings of the films Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Mike Nichols' landmark film version of the Edward Albee drama, featuring Oscar-winning performances by Elizabeth Taylor and Sandy Dennis, and Butterfield 8, Daniel Mann's soapy saga of a high-class prostitute, desperately looking to get out of the biz and find the right man, featuring Liz Taylor's first Oscar-winning performance. Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress, introduced by Steve Wilson, associate curator of film.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf: Tuesday, 7:15pm; Wednesday, 9:25pm;
Butterfield 8: Tuesday, 9:45pm; Wednesday, 7:15pm.