“New Age” was invented in late 19th and early 20th century France. And the art created during that period often expressed spiritual values and provided an alternative to everyday experience. This more subjective art is called “Symbolism” and during this lecture a number of symbolist artists such as Paul Gauguin, Gustav Moreau and Maurice Denis will be discussed. An optional 45-minute curator tour will immediately follow the lecture.
Reservation required; free.
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Join Curator Marianne Lorenz for a tour of the exhibition, lasting approximately 45 minutes.
Tickets required; $5 per person plus exhibition admission.
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Enjoy a complimentary Absinthe cocktail, an Absinthe “drip” and charcuterie selections. Participants will also receive two tickets to the Foothills Art Center exhibition, Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne: Paris 1880-1910.
Presented by Golden Moon Distillery and Foothills Art Center. Proceeds support Foothills Art Center exhibition & education programs. Questions? Contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.279.3922, ext. 26.