Premiere of Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare @ 1451 Renaissance Place, Milwaukee [11 October]

Premiere of Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare


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11
October
16:30 - 21:00

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1451 Renaissance Place
1451 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Jewish Museum Milwaukee invites you to an evening of glamor and intrigue at the Premiere of Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare. The premiere features the animated original movie, Prying Eyes: A Prelude to the Hollywood Blacklist, and a keynote presentation, Blacklisted in a Keystroke, by one of the most eminent journalists on First Amendment Rights, a founder of USA TODAY, and President and COO of the Freedom Forum Institute, Gene Policinski with introduction by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editor George Stanley. Themed hors d’ oeuvres, complimentary wine, beer and “Salt of the Earth” margaritas round out the evening.

Blacklisted in a Keystroke: Fear led Americans to temporarily suspend, limit or abuse our core freedoms protected by the First Amendment – religion, speech, press, assembly and petition – from the passage of the Sedition Act of 1798, which jailed editors for criticizing the government, to the Blacklist era of the 1950s. But now we have the means to create a ‘Blacklist in a Keystroke,’ thanks to the Web, social media and that ubiquitous 21st Century badge of connectivity: the smartphone. Join Gene Policinski for an exploration of the historic challenges to civil liberties and new issues related to technology.

Self-Guided Exhibit Exploration
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
1360 N. Prospect Avenue
4:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

Cocktail Reception
1451 Renaissance Place
1451 N. Prospect Avenue
5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Museum Members $125 | Non-members $150
*Park for FREE at either Jewish Museum Milwaukee or Renaissance Place

Gene Policinski is a veteran multimedia journalist, who writes, lectures and is interviewed regularly on First Amendment issues. Policinski, a founding editor of USA Today, oversees all programs of the Freedom Forum Institute and also is a longtime proponent of diversity in journalism as an essential characteristic of a free press. He speaks and writes regularly on news gathering and reporting, newsroom diversity and on journalism ethics.

Policinski co-writes the weekly, nationally distributed column, “Inside the First Amendment.” He is host of the online news program “Journalism/Works,” produced by the Newseum and was host of several radio programs airing since the mid-1990s, including news and sports talk programs on “USA TodaySky Radio” and “Newseum Radio,” which aired on NPR worldwide from 1998 to 2002. He is a contributor to the recent American Bar Association book, “Whistleblowers, Leaks and the First Amendment,” providing a section on First Amendment issues and a free press.

Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare is a multi-sensory exhibit that explores the intersection of politics, art, economics, and the social dynamics that impacted the American First Amendment rights of speech, religion, and assembly during Hollywood’s Red Scare. Through personal narratives of those who were blacklisted, members of House Un-American Activities Committee or HUAC, and film executives, Blacklist examines the shifting definition of what it meant and means to be a patriotic American.

Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare is originally curated by Jewish Museum Milwaukee and will be on display from October 12, 2018 to February 10, 2019.

Executive Producers:
Caran & Joel Quadracci
The Windhover Foundation

Producers:
An Anonymous Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Brico Fund
Marianne & Sheldon B. Lubar

Directors:
Argosy Foundation
Baye Foundation
Linda & Eli Frank
Herb Kohl Philanthropies
Gene & Ruth Posner Foundation
Wisconsin Humanities Council -Funded in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council, with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the State of Wisconsin

Cinematographers:
Brewers Community Foundation, Inc.
Ettinger Family Foundation
The Marcus Corporation Foundation
The Louise & Jerry Stein Family Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Joseph & Vera Zilber Family Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Film Editors:
Cream City Foundation
Amy & Frederick Croen
Dolores and Nathan Holman Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Nancy Pinter & R. Max Samson
Jody & Jeffrey Steren Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Fans:
Anonymous Individual
Amy & Jonathan Ansfield
Barbara & Stephen Becker
Jane & Stephen Chernof
Robin & Bernard Cohen
Lori Craig
Penny & James Deshur
Samuel Dickman
Rebecca & Noah Domnitz
Carol Fishman
Dr. Neena & Richard Florsheim
Inez & Eugene Gilbert
Sarah Godlewski & Max Duckworth
Beverly & Marty Greenberg
Pam Kriger Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Dannette & Avrum Lank Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Alex Lasry
Tee Gee & Alan Levy
Daniel L. Kohl Family Charitable Trust
Renice Konik & Jim Kramlinger
Marjorie & Jonathan Margolies
Marilyn & Harry Pelz
Plotkin Family Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Patricia & Allen Rieselbach PAR Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Adam Shapiro
Patricia Sherman-Cisler & Gregory Cisler
Steve Solochek Memorial Lecture Fund
Marley & Gary Stein Family Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Judy Winnik

In Kind:
Blackbox Visual
Buzz Monkeys: A Communications Firm
Erin Orth Staging
Express Promotions
Ginger Lazovik, Shorewest Realtors
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

Media Sponsors:
Shepherd Express
Wisconsin Public Radio

Community Partners:
Milwaukee Film
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee LBGT Film/Video Festival
Milwaukee Repertory Theater
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee-Peck School of the Arts

Exhibit Committee:
Lori Craig, co-chair
Linda Frank, co-chair
Fred Croen
Noah Domnitz
Renice Konik
Alex Lasry
Tee Gee Levy
Marilyn Pelz
Caran Quadracci
Max Samson
Ellen Friebert Schupper

Special Thanks:
Black Box Visual
Blue Water Studio
Milwaukee Jewish Federation
Techteriors
University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
Emily Barker
Eli Cohen
Michael Fishbach
Dr. Elizabeth Matelski
Morgan O’Hara
Katelynn Sinclair
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