CultureHub Artalk Series Presents / Joel Zwick / A Life in the Creative Arts
September 29 / 6PM PST / CalArts - California Institute of the Arts - Main Gallery Conference Room
JOEL ZWICK / Director of Theatre, Television and Cinema / began his theatrical career at La Mama, as director of the La Mama Plexus. He directed My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time. Recent films include Fat Albert and Elvis Has Left the Building. Mr. Zwick directed the Broadway production of George Gershwin Alone at the Helen Hayes Theatre. He has directed on Broadway, Off-Broadway and Broadway touring companies. He and Hershey Felder have collaborated on Monsieur Chopin, Beethoven as I knew him and Maestro. Currently, Mr. Zwick is recognized as one of Hollywood’s most prolific director of episodic television, having the direction of five hundred and fifty episodes to his credit.
In this Artalk session, Mr. Zwick will speak about his experience working internationally in the fields of Theater, Television and Cinema as both a director and teacher.
A Life in the Creative Arts will be held at the California Institute of the Arts in collaboration with CultureHub L.A. The event will be shared with an audience at the Seoul Institute of the Arts via telepresence and LIVE-STREAMED online.
Callifornia Institute of the Arts / 24700 McBean Pkwy Valencia, CA 91355 / Main Gallery Conference Room
When & Where
Culturehub SeoulArts/La MaMa
Founded in 2009 by the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea and La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in New York City, CultureHub is an incubator for creativity focused on the intersection of art and technology. We connect artists from diverse disciplines and cultures and provide them with environments in which to collaborate, experiment and explore. We serve local and global communities by providing an open space for creative research, artistic exchange and learning.