Reserve Seats

Soweto Art: From the Collection of
Les and Violet Payne
April 14, 2011, 6:00 to 9:00 pm 
Hofstra University Museum
Please Join Us For A Private Viewing Of An Inspiring Collection


Part 1: 
Welcome: Beth Levinthal, Executive Director of Hofstra University Museum
Featured Presentation: The Soweto Uprising, Bearing Witness to History, Through Reportage and Art
By Les and Violet Payne. Mr. Payne is a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter at Newsday.
Art and Medicine: Art and Observation: Improving the Physicians Skills by Nancy Richner, Director of Museum Education.

Part 2: 
Dinner and Discussion:  Reservations at $65/person must be made in advance. 
Anzio Road 1970: A protest sonnet against apartheid composed by Dr. Lucien Nochomovitz.
Read by Dr. Shirley Papilsky, Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst, North Shore-LIJ Health System
Medical Care in the Face of a Disaster: NSUH Resident Dr Alain Berthold will talk about his Experience in Haiti, 2010
Traditional Healers, Lessons for Doctors in the 21st Century: Dr. Tochi Iroku, Attending Physician, Southside Hospital, and
Professor Dan Varisco, Anthropology Chair at Hofstra

Questions & Answers with Invited Speakers 
Please RSVP via e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and mail your check to the Osler Society, 11 Beverly Road, Great Neck, New York 11021.

With many thanks to Drs. Sam Packer, Tanveer Mir, Martin Edelstein, and to Jamie Talan, as well as the staff of the Hofstra University Museum for their assistance in organizing this event.

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 Chicken marsala 

 Wild salmon 


Contact Us

11 Beverly Rd
Great Neck NY 11021 
Tel: 516-487-1614