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Wealth and Poverty
Literature and Film
The Seminar Series for Adults is back! This year, we will be having our discussions via everyone’s new favorite, Zoom. The seminars are free but limited to 20 people, so register soon.
We will be watching films and reading great short stories that look at aspects of wealth and poverty and the impact that each has on individual lives.
This year’s virtual seminars are free for everyone but limited to 20 participants! Please register for the individual seminars of your choice or sign up for the entire series.
The seminars run from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Zoom links will be sent prior to each seminar.
May 20 - Movie
Local Hero directed by Bill Forsyth. The group will discuss the movie. We ask that participants view the movie in advance of the session. It can be found on Amazon Video.
October 15 - Movie
Trading Places directed by John Landis. The group will watch the movie together and discuss.
Six Degrees of Separation directed by Fred Schepisi. The group will watch the movie together and discuss.
About the Seminar Series for Adults
The Key School Seminar Series for Adults is modeled after seminar classes taught at Key. The series seeks to engage adults from the surrounding community in spirited intellectual conversations about great novels, poems, films, and more.
Bob McCarthy and Brian Boyd, humanities teachers in Key's Upper School, will lead the discussions.
Join us for enjoyable evening discussions, debating great works with other curious and thoughtful people.