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Update: SF Museum, Chagall and other Artists, Sat. Sept. 5, 11am

From: Sue E
Sent on: Wednesday, September 2, 2009 8:22 PM
Exhibit: Chagall and the Artists of the Russian Jewish Theater, 1920's and 30's
Sat. Sept. 5, 11 am

Museum entrance: $10 Adults
Note: Additional cash fee: $3 for Sue Eddins costs of organizing (pay at the event)
Event Organizer: Sue Eddins. For more info. or questions email --CLICK ON SUE
Please DO NOT direct questions to Kathleen.

Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA (between 3rd and 4th streets)
San Francisco, CA 94103

Please join us for a visit of Chagall?s works for the theater and other artists of his time. We will be meeting in front of the Museum at 11 am. Address: 736 Mission Street (between Third and Fourth streets) San Francisco, CA 94103. I suggest taking Caltrain or Bart. Please email me if you want to meet on Caltrain. The Museum is 1 mile from the train station. We will see the exhibit and afterwards find a place to eat. Some folks may want to see some other art galleries in San Francisco before heading home. I will be listing with another meetup group. If you cancel please change your RSVP so others can go.

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CLICK ON Map with directions from Caltrain:

View extraordinary artwork for Russian Jewish theater in the 1920s and 1930s. The exhibit brings to light a period in the early years of the Soviet Union when innovative visual artists, including Marc Chagall, and others joined forces with avant-garde playwrights, actors, and theatrical producers to create a theater experience with mass appeal. Through paintings, costume and set designs, posters, and photos--experience an exhilarating but fleeting moment in the cultural history of the Soviet Union.

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