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DEGAS, Wine, and Cheese

Hurry - THIS Thursday, a fascinating lecture on Edgar DEGAS (1834 -1917), an all-time favorite among art lovers.

New presentation and slide show by Michel Sarda. Michael is a master at giving amazingly interesting and informative lectures on the Renaissance Masters. There is a $5 admission which includes wine and cheese, and the lecture, of course...WELL worth it!

                                Degas — The Green Tutu, pastel 1880

Plenty of free parking! See you there!

 

 

 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Beautiful location and entertaining talk.

    June 13, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    My friend and I enjoyed this lecture about Edgar Degas, very interesting and learned a lot. Thanks Kaz for organizing this event

    June 13, 2014

  • Joanie

    LEARNED MUCH ABOUT EDGAR DEGAS. LOVED THE ARTIST STYLE AND THOUGHT THE GENTLEMAN WHO SPOKE ABOUT HIM WAS GREAT.

    June 13, 2014

  • Theresa L.

    Information packed event...laid back and interesting.

    June 13, 2014

  • Kaz

    Everyone but the +1's showed up, plus 2 came who did not RSVP - so I considered that a great success! Congratulations everyone! Talk about a CROWD! There were about 40 people, and Shemer was short-staffed due to their summer camp program, causing a little readiness blip.

    Michel showed many slides of Degas' work with commentaries about his life and work, comparing his styles with his growth periods. I found it interesting how he used asymmetrical open space, often cutting off a figure on the side edge to create the visual drama! I actually liked how he did that! And the most important thing you will remember about Degas? He HATED being called an "Impressionist"! Remember why?

    Thanks for coming out everyone! It was great to meet new people and see friends! See you at the next one...

    June 12, 2014

    • Theresa L.

      It was a very interesting, information packed event. Thanks for finding awesome experiences like this! Thoroughly enjoyed it!

      June 13, 2014

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