Palm Beach Photographic Centre to Host BEATITUDE: The Beat Festival, November 27-29
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - eMusicWire -- (West Palm Beach, FL – November 8, 2023) Fatima NeJame, president and chief executive officer of the Palm Beach Photographic Centre (PBPC), today announced a special fun and informative three-day festival augmenting the nonprofit organization's current major exhibition: BEATITUDE: The Beat Attitude – Photographs by Joey Tranchina.

Now to accompany this stunning exhibition of over 70 images and commanding enlargements of iconic culture-bending poets, activists, and artists of the Beat Generation, the Palm Beach Photographic Centre is hosting BEATITUDE: The Beat Festival, three days of FREE presentations and concerts featuring award-winning musicians and poets from New York to San Francisco celebrating all things "Beat".

To RSVP for BEATITUDE: The Beat Festival, please visit www.workshop.org.

About BEATITUDE: The Beat Attitude:

This collection of images taken in the 1960s and '70s by little-known poet/photographer/activist Joey Tranchina were stored away for nearly 50 years before being discovered by his son in 2018 and later shared with critic and art historian Dr. Anthony Bannon and art consultant and producer Dolores Lusitana.

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BEATITUDE captures a cross-generational array of multi-cultural, race and gender diverse artists linked by a "Beat" aesthetic which founded an early social movement that championed  humanity over economy, ecology over industry, and equal rights for women and men regardless of race, social status, or sexual orientation.

BEATITUDE: The Beat Attitude, a book of Joey Tranchina's photographs, with an essay by Bannon and introduction by American Book Award winning poet Ed Sanders, is forthcoming internationally from Steidl Verlag.

"The Palm Beach Photographic Centre's 35 years of service in Florida – and the nation – is nicely summarized by BEATITUDE, for ours has definitely been a Beat Attitude, always ready for change, proceeding with a vision to participate in a spirit of excellence and achievement," says NeJame. "This show is a perfect way to begin our 35th anniversary celebration—and in conjunction with this exhibition we will be presenting a series of lectures, conversations, and special guests, who participated in the Beat revolution.

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For more information about Joey Tranchina and his work go to: www.transparent-press.com.

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Available for Interview:

+ Fatima NeJame

Palm Beach Photographic Centre

561.253.2600  /  fatima@fotofusion.org

+ Tony Bannon

BEATITUDE Author and Art Historian

585.217.7879  /  anthony.bannon6@gmail.com

+ Dolores Lusitana

Art Consultant/Project Director

310.699.8013  /  dl@situationbook.com

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561.756.4298  /  gary@pr-bs.net

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