Dr. Arthur R. Blumenthal, director emeritus of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, returns for a second year to teach this enlightening gallery-based and participatory course. Appropriate for novies and experts alike. Paid reservation are required by April 2nd at (727) 712-5226
Members $75, Non-members $85 (Includes lunch and materials)
Trio da Camera is clarinet, cello, and piano ensemble which will present an evening of memorable chamber music with a rich blend of Wolfgang A.Mozart, Nino Rota (composer of music for The Godfather) and internationally recognized contemporary composer Rick Sowash. The museum and Isabelle's store will be open to visitors from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
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.