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"Angels of Paris: An Architectural Tour Through The History Of Paris" Author Rosemary Flannery Shares Personal Experiences, Adventures. Patricia’s Paris Expats Soirees Dinner. Sun 18 Nov. 19h
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"ANGELS OF PARIS"
(Angels of Paris: an Architectural Tour through the History of Paris
by Rosemary Flannery)
For Expats of All Origins, French and Visitors (All Ages)
Sunday 18 November 2012
19h00 - 22h30ish
Happy Hour.Rosemary's Presentation With Dinner and Dessert . More Great Socializing.
Special Guest is Rosemary Flannery
Writer. Artist. Tour Guide In Paris
"ABOUT ANGELS IN PARIS":
Angels of Paris features beautiful photos taken from dawn to dusk, in all seasons, accompanied by text explaining the story behind the creation of each angel and the location in which it is found. Readers will learn about Paris’s history, buildings, and pivotal figures (monks, pirates, Crusaders, duchesses, saints, sinners, and more) through the abundant, beautiful, and surprising depictions of angels from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. Rosemary Flannery has found angels on friezes and plaques, on fountains and facades, clocks and sundials, monuments and mansions, rooftops and doorknockers. On an enchanting shop sign above a turn-of-the-century pâtisserie, she’s found a pair of angels tossing chocolate and vanilla macarons to the entering patrons.
ABOUT ROSEMARY FLANNERY:
Rosemary Flannery has lived in France since 1989, and enjoys dual French-American nationality. She graduated with honors in French from ColumbiaUniversity in 1985 with a degree in French language and literature and studied Méthodologie de l’Architecture with Professor Claude Mignot, an authority on Parisian building facades, at the Sorbonne. While at Columbia she co-produced and hosted French Encounters, a public-access television program on French culture. produced in conjunction with the French Embassy. In 2005 she created and produced The Art Beat, a weekly cultural magazine for Paris Live Radio, an internet radio station; several of her programs have been picked up by BBC World.
Address: A COOL, exotic venue with great food in the heart of the Latin Quarter!
It's €20.00 (EXACT CHANGE) for a fun gourmet dinner at one of our favorite, upbeat restaurants in the Latin Quarter, m° Cluny La - Sorbonne. Free-flowing wine. We'll confirm the address with the reservation.
Dinner, a great topic and meeting fun, new international people.
Reserve by email. NO TEXT MESSAGES PLEASE.