Welcome to the Princeton Club of Washington - Enjoy the Phillips+Concert--Mother's Day--5/11 at 1 pm

 
  Vuillard painting featured in "Degas to ..." exhibition  

Enjoy the Phillips+Concert--Mother's Day--5/11 at 1 pm

HURRY: Treat someone special (you?) to a docent-led tour of 2 major exhibits -- then browse on your own & hear a concert trio. ONLY 2 TICKETS REMAIN. Make it a date for 5/11 -- see details ...


ALUMS: IF YOU'RE PLANNING a Mother's Day outing,
or a fun Sunday afternoon in May,
how about your own "pictures
at an exhibition" session at the Phillips Collection (21st & Q)?

NOTE: 2 DOCENT-LED TOUR TICKETS REMAIN,
so please respond ASAP and register below.


PARTICIPANTS enjoy all this on 5/11, starting at 1pm:

A - Tour of the main Phillips exhibit -- "Degas to Diebenkorn"
B - Tour of 2nd show,
"Great American Epic/Jacob Lawrence"
C - Time to browse after 2 pm, visit galleries on your own
D - Option to attend the free concert that afternoon at 4 pm.
Featured Music: Raphael Trio - violin, cello, piano


DETAILS on the TWO EXHIBITIONS YOU WILL SEE --

1 - "Degas to Diebenkorn" ...

For a (U-Tube) quick view of the Degas to Diebenkorn exhibit, click --
http://www.youtube.com/v/jUZuK5iKF1U

2 - Jacob Lawrence's "Migration Series"

Told through vivid patterns and colors, this masterpiece of narrative
painting is the first ever produced on the great 20th-century exodus
of African Americans from the rural South
to the urban North. 
Lawrence (1917-2000), nurtured by the artistic community of the
Harlem Art Workshops, was but 23 when he completed the 60-panel
Migration Series.  In this contemporary epic, he chronicled the quest
of a people in search of greater economic and social justice. The full
series, rarely seen in its entirety, will be on view. 

"I WOULD HOPE THAT...IT REPRESENTS A FABRIC OF OUR
PEOPLE, OF OUR HISTORY, AND WHEN I SAY OUR HISTORY
I MEAN AMERICAN HISTORY
." -- Jacob Lawrence, 1992

NOTES ON the PHILLIPS COLLECTION - www.phillipscollection.org

MUSEUM ADDRESS: Phillips Collection
1600 21st St NW
Washington, DC 20009
Metro: Dupont Circle
Parking: On street
(202) 387-2152

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