This quarterly program, presented in April by LRMA Associate Curator & Registrar, Rebecca Sexton Larson, presents an in-depth look at this new acquisition for the permanent collection given by Mr. and Mrs. James Hagenbuckle. An informal question-and-answer session follows.
Featured books are: Philippe in Monet's Garden by Lisa Jobe Carmack, Cezanne and the Apple Boy by Laurence Anholt and Monet's Impressions: Words & Pictures by Claude Money published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Spend an afternoon celebrating Dean Mitchell: Visions with Heart and Soul. Enjoy children's activites, docent tours of the exhibition, workshops, entertainment and refreshments. One highlight of the day is an insightful dialogue at 2 p.m. between Dean Mitchell and guest curator Dr. Leslie Hammond.
Read and discuss books about modern art and enjoy light refreshments bimonthly. March's selection is Matisse the Master (Vol. 2) by Hilary Spurling. Books are available for purchase in Isabelle's Museum Store (copies limited) or by interlibrary loan at Palm Harbor Library.
The Tampa Bay Pet-A-Paloosa is a gigantic pet adopt-a-thon with over 50 area animal rescue groups coming together to adopt out over 500 animals during this event. The event is FREE admission and FREE parking by the USF Sun Dome. Music, Fun, Food, Seminars and Pet supply vendors fill the Sun Dome with over 30 breeds of dogs, cats and other exotic animals.
Recommended for children ages 4-8 and their families; all listeners welcome. Hear stories about art and participate in related art activities on the first Thursday of the month. The March program will feature excerpts from the biography Against All Odds: Artist Dean Mitchell's Story by Betty R.